FEjobs, part of Eteach UK, is the UK’s leading online education recruitment service for the further education sector. Combining extensive experience in education with exceptional technological expertise, it’s where colleges attract the best employees and where lecturers and support staff look for great jobs.
FEjobs works with over 50% of FE colleges in the UK. With over 100,000 registered members, 830,000 page impressions per month and 450,000 job searches on the site each month, FEjobs.com is a cost-effective solution to the recruitment challenges facing the FE sector. Founded by Paul Howells, a former teacher with 20 years of experience in education recruitment, FEjobs has become a market leader and an established brand which has been used by colleges and candidates since 2005.
The concept behind FEjobs is simple: for the cost of a couple of advertisements in traditional print media colleges can advertise unlimited vacancies on FEjobs.com through an annual Premium Licence. FEjobs puts colleges in control of their recruitment and is guaranteed to cut the cost of recruitment for permanent and temporary staff.
FEjobs offers colleges their own College Profile, to help them look better online to attract the best candidates. Its College and Regional Talent Pools have been developed to simplify recruitment and further drive down costs for colleges. Recruiters can set up a Talent Pool, a database of potential employees that attracts staff who want to work in that region or college. When there’s a vacancy colleges can access the list of candidates who have already expressed an interest in working in their area or directly for them. With a pool of candidates readily available and looking for work, this concept saves colleges further time and money.
FEjobs.com makes it easy for college staff to develop their career, by providing free, easy access to great jobs. All they have to do is enter their CV and they then have access to a live database of vacancies. The application process is straightforward, backed up by easy-to-use online tools and advice.
Lecturer numbers on FEjobs.com have been steadily growing and are currently up 67% from 2010. The main attraction is the number and range of vacancies, reinforced by the creation of a further education community through regular newsletters, blogs, and postings on Facebook and Twitter.
FEjobs is committed to the highest standards of best practice in recruitment.
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