From £625.00 +VAT /post.
Free to post apprenticeships.
Social media promotion
CV database access
RICS Recruit's parent organization, RICS, provides users with comprehensive industry-related educational resources and networking events. Thanks to the job board's variety of targeted email, featured listing, and social media advertising services, employers benefit from unparalleled access to a niche pool of land surveying and property talent.
While RICS Recruit allows companies to post apprenticeships for free, its paid packages are costlier than some of its competitors, such as Property Jobs. The platform also lacks access to a CV database and job distribution services.
- The job board offers several job posting packages to suit different recruitment needs.
- Employers can post apprenticeships for free.
- The RICS Member plan includes a Featured Recruiter placement on the site and a targeted email alert to relevant job seekers.
- Listings can be highlighted to stand out in job search results and refreshed every seven days for maximum exposure.
- The Spotlight plan shares job posts on the site's social media pages and is ideal for finding specialist surveying talent.
- Employers can add their company logo to listings for increased brand awareness.
- The job posting process is quick and easy.
- The platform offers a mobile app for on-the-go recruitment.
- There are banner advertising options and bulk job posting packages available.
- RICS Recruit does not offer a free job posting plan apart from free apprenticeship listings.
- The platform lacks access to a CV database.
- The job board does not offer applicant tracking or candidate matching tools.
- Vacancies aren't distributed to other job boards.
While we were unable to find any online reviews of RICS Recruit, its mobile app has a 4.7-star rating based on more than 20 reviews on the App Store.
RICS Member Package
How to Post a Job on RICS Recruit:
Five easy steps for posting a job on RICS Recruit.
Posting a job on RICS Recruit.
Visit the RICS Recruit website.
From the home page, click on the blue "Post a job" button on the right-hand side of the page.
Register as an employer.
Click on "Create an account" toward the top-right corner and complete the online registration form. Then, click on "Save and continue" to proceed.
Select a job posting plan.
In the top menu bar, click on "Advertise a job" and peruse the available job posting packages. Select your preferred one and click on "Advertise now" under the applicable heading.
Create your listing.
You'll be asked to create your job post in a few easy steps. To start, add the job title and location to the online form, and click on "Next."
Add the job description and summary and click on "Next."
Enter the job details, including the salary and company logo. Then, click on "Next."
Select the applicable categories and click on "Next."
Choose your preferred application method and click on "Next."
Tick the boxes of any upgrades you'd like to purchase or leave them blank. Then, click on "Save and Continue."
Finalize your order.
Review your order summary to ensure you've selected the correct job posting plan. Click on "Checkout," select "Pay online," and add your credit card details to the online form. Then, click on "Pay online" to complete your purchase.
Once your payment has been processed, your vacancy will go live on the site.
RICS Recruit vs. Property Jobs:
While RICS Recruit advertises land surveying and property roles, Property Jobs primarily caters to the real estate market. Of the two, Property Jobs is the more feature-rich choice, with CV searches and applicant tracking tools. Property Jobs is also more affordable, charging £249.00 +VAT per post, compared to RICS Recruit's £625.00 +VAT per post.
RICS Recruit vs. EngineeringJobs.net:
Both RICS Recruit and EngineeringJobs.net advertise land surveying positions, but the latter gives employers a more targeted approach to hiring engineering and technical talent. While RICS Recruit charges £625.00 +VAT per listing, EngineeringJobs.net's pricing starts at US$199.00 for a single post. Both sites offer social media promotion.
RICS Recruit vs. Reed.co.uk:
Reed.co.uk is a popular U.K. job board that advertises general jobs. In comparison, RICS Recruit has a smaller reach but gives employers access to a niche pool of land surveyors and property talent. While Reed.co.uk charges £150.00 +VAT for a premium listing, RICS Recruit charges £625.00 +VAT per post, making the former the more affordable choice.