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Register a vacancy with us for FREE!

We now offer free job postings on our website. All you need to do is tell us about the role and your company and we’ll get your vacancy added within 24 hours. We’ll send any responses directly to the email address you supply.

Please note this service is not currently available to recruitment agencies.

SPEAK WITH OUR TEAM: +44 (0) 117 922 7000


To advertise a job for free, simply complete the form below:


When advertising a job for free please note our posting policy:



This service is only available to direct employers; we cannot accept adverts from recruitment agencies.


Each job posting must advertise only one vacancy and specific position. Generic postings advertising multiple vacancies or employment services are not allowed.

All job postings must be for a sector in which People Source operates (Technology, IT, Digital TV, FMCG, Air Traffic Management, Management Consultancy, Oil and Gas and senior management are our current sectors)

Please complete all required fields.

We ask ALL advertisers to keep their job postings within the guidelines set out by the Commission for Racial Equality and Equal Opportunity Commission's Code of Practice. See below for more details.

We will not accept postings which require candidates to send money or stamped addressed envelopes to gain further details of the positions.

We do not accept “commission only” jobs, "multi-level marketing (MLM)" jobs or “work from home” jobs.

We do not accept postings that advertise pyramid selling.

We do not accept postings that contain links to other websites that offer the user job posting facilities.

We reserve the right to reject advertss where our posting policies and/or our terms and conditions have been breached.

In particular please note:

The Race Relations Act 1976 makes it unlawful for a person to publish or cause to be published an advertisement which indicates an intention to discriminate against others on the grounds of their race, colour, nationality or ethnic or national origin. The Commission for Racial Equality has the power to take legal action against an advertiser or publisher of an unlawful advertisement. Where you are uncertain, the CRE are keen to assist and can be contacted at
It is also unlawful, when advertising job vacancies, to indicate an intention to discriminate on grounds of sex, sexual orientation, marriage or age.