Add Your Job
Our Jobs Board attracts over 40,000 unique visitors a month, all looking to make their next career move. The Jobs Board is promoted:
- To 12,500 job seekers that have signed up for Wired Sussex email job alerts
- In Latest7 magazine, the biggest city magazine in Europe - 100,000 readers every week
When you post with Wired Sussex, your vacancy will be advertised:
- Up to 8 weeks
- On The Wired Sussex Newsletter with nearly 6,000 recipients
- On The Wired Sussex RSS Feed to subscribers and to a number of partnering websites
- On the Wired Sussex Homepage
- Through Twitter by multiple accounts
- Via job alerts where job seekers are sent relevant jobs as soon as they go live
- On onedigital.org, a site for the UK’s key digital hotspots
- We'll also be happy to give recruitment advice and support while your job is being advertised
- You'll get access to our CV database
- A list of all of the vacancies you post with us will be saved to your account as a unique record
If you want more info about any of the features on this page please phone 01273 692888 or email contact Laura – Member Services Support
We keep our prices low so that all members can afford to benefit from our Jobs Board.
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Job vacancies submitted to the Wired Sussex website must be:
- for vacancies that are based in Sussex
- submissions must be for one position only
- NOT posted by third parties or agents
All submissions are subject to editorial control.
To place your job, start here
Is your company listed in the directory of members?
If so enter the first few letters your company name. If your company name doesn't come up, it may be that your membership has expired;
if you think that might be the case do please call us on 01273 692888
Feedback from our Job Posters
" We have had a huge response and need no more applicants. Great value advertising! The number and quality of applicants was astonishing."
Tim Neill, Tim Neill Associates Ltd
" Specialised industry, local-area recruitment sites like WiredSussex are the future of internet-based recruitment. I don't think large sites like Monster.com or Workthing.com can do quite the job you do."
Richard Giner, Study Group
" We had far more applications through this site than any others and recruited through the advert."
Rich Philip, Guevara