Recruitment with Impact

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Jobs will be advertised online by Human Resources automatically on the University jobs page and at jobs.ac.uk. However you may have subject specific places you know are popular to advertise in your area.

Remember to build sufficient time in to your recruitment and selection action planning to accommodate this, including editing action for all adverts.

 

Tips on using social media

Social media has become extremely important in recruitment.

You can use social media to promote your department to potential candidates. We recommend that you use Facebook and Twitter to post a variety of information to your followers to promote the University as an employer and Sheffield as a city. This could include:

• Information on any jobs which are live in your department.

• Retweet any jobs posted on the @shefunijobs twitter account that are linked to your department.

• Links to positive exposure in the media involving your department.

• Interesting research findings from your department.

• Images, videos and audio clips promoting your Department and/or Sheffield.

 Tell candidates about Sheffield

People might not know much about Sheffield, but once they're here we know they'll love it.

Download a pocket guide to our friendly, hilly city and share some facts with candidates when you meet them to help sell them the city.

Download the pocket guide

10 facts about Sheffield

 Email signatures

Have you thought of letting people know about vacancies you have through your email signatures.

Let the people you're talking to know you're recruiting.

Email signature suggestions

Our Sheffield Story

Our Sheffield Story is a fourteen-slide presentation designed to give audiences a snapshot of who we are and what we stand for, from information on our history and teaching to notable alumni and recent news headlines.

The purpose of these slides is to give you confidence that the messaging you are using in your presentations is current and consistent.

Download Our Sheffield Story