From £400.00 +VAT /post.
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Founded in 1999, GrocerJobs is a recruitment platform and job posting site that specializes in advertising jobs in the retail, sales, and food and drink sectors of the U.K. Owned by the brand William Reed, the platform is powered by The Grocer and aims to help companies find the very best candidates for their full-time or part-time positions.
GrocerJobs boasts an average of 20,000 monthly page views and around 16,000 unique job seekers per month.
- The U.K.-based job board allows employers to post jobs in the sales, retail, and fast-moving consumer goods industries.
- Employers have access to a plethora of experienced candidates across the U.K.
- Several job posting packages are available, as well as bulk posting options.
- Employers can add a range of upgrades to their job post, including a magazine listing and branding options.
- Bulk job postings packages can be used over a period of three months.
- The site allows employers to create a recruiter profile to improve brand awareness.
- Employers have access to targeted hiring on the essential, priority, and brand job posting packages.
- Job ads are shared on GrocerJobs' social media channels.
- There is no free job posting option.
- Only the more costly packages have targeted hiring services.
- GrocerJobs does not offer access to a CV database.
- The website makes no mention of candidate matching.
We were unable to find any online reviews of GrocerJobs.
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Top Job (Upgrade)
Listing in Magazine (Upgrade)
Branded Job (Upgrade)
Featured Recruiter (Upgrade)
Featured Job (Upgrade)
2 Branded Job Listings
3 Branded Job Listings
4 Branded Job Listings
15 Branded Job Listings
20 Branded Job Listings
Employers can use a discount code provided on GrocerJob's website to get 10% off their purchase.
Bulk job posting packages are discounted and can be used over a period of three months.
Companies interested in tailored recruitment options can contact GrocerJobs for more information.
How to Post a Job on GrocerJobs:
Seven easy steps for posting a job on GrocerJobs.
Posting a job on GrocerJobs.
Click "CREATE AN ACCOUNT."
You'll find this button in the top right-hand corner of the home page.
Enter your account details.
Add information such as your company name, email address, country, and company website. When you're done, click "SAVE AND CONTINUE" to create an account.
Click on "Advertise A Job."
Once you're logged in to the employers' portal, click on "Advertise A Job" in the menu.
Select your job posting plan.
Scroll through the different job posting plans available and click on "ADVERTISE NOW" beneath the applicable package name.
Complete the online job ad form.
You'll be asked to complete your job ad in six simple steps. To start, add your vacancy's job title and location. Then, click "NEXT."
Add your job description and summary. Then, click "NEXT."
Add the salary range, location description, and company logo. Then, click "NEXT."
Add job categories, such as the business sector, hours, and contract type. Then, click "NEXT."
Add your preferred notification settings and date of publishing. Then, click "NEXT."
Select any upgrades you'd like to add to your job post. Then, click "SAVE AND CONTINUE." Your job ad will then be saved.
Ensure that your order is correct, and apply a discount code if you have one. When you're ready, click "CHECKOUT."
Click "PAY ONLINE."
Once your payment is processed, your job post will go live.
You also have the option to cancel your order.
GrocerJobs vs. Foodmanjobs:
While GrocerJobs and Foodmanjobs both fall under the William Reed brand, Foodmanjobs specializes in food manufacturing industry jobs, compared to GrocerJobs, which serves the retail and fast-moving consumer goods sector. Foodmanjobs, however, is the more affordable option, starting from £300.00 +VAT for a basic job ad.
GrocerJobs vs. Indeed:
While Indeed is a general job board with a global reach, GrocerJobs is U.K.-centric and caters only to the retail, sales, and fast-moving consumer goods sectors. Indeed offers recruitment features that GrocerJobs lacks, such as applicant tracking and candidate messaging. GrocerJobs, however, helps food industry employers hire job seekers faster.
GrocerJobs vs. SalesRoles:
SalesRoles offers employers more recruitment features for less. Their basic job posting with resume searches and applicant management tools is £70.00 +VAT, while GrocerJobs charges £550.00 +VAT for their basic home page featured listing. While GrocerJobs is U.K.-centric, SalesRoles posts jobs from the U.K., U.S., and Australia.