What information should you include in your job ad?

1.) Job title – keep it nice & simple

  • The job title is the most important part of your job ad. It’s the first thing a potential candidate will see.
  • Avoid using jargon, acronyms, abbreviations and unusual job titles.
  • Be precise. Use a clear job title and don’t mix multiple roles.

2.) Job description

  • Promote your perks e.g. pension, healthcare in the description to make your job stand out.
  • Any qualifications and/or authorisations required by law or any or by any relevant professional body.
  • Always proofread your ad.
  • Include your job / application reference number

3.) Salary  details

  • Add the £ sign to numbers – the space is free format so for example “pay is dependent upon experience”.

4.) Candidate applications

  • Candidates can apply in 3 ways, either online if you provide a website, phone or email.
  • Be clear how and what you want when candidates apply.

If you wish to amend anything after submission please contact us on 01823 286688 or email – info@tonefm.co.uk


You will not submit for inclusion in any job posting anything to appear on the website material which is illegal, defamatory, offensive, fraudulent, violent, discriminatory, obscene or sexually explicit or which may adversely affect Tone FM.

Online payment services will be carried out by PayPal – Payments are subject to PayPals terms and conditions.

Tone FM reserves the right to change the fees and these Terms from time to time.

You – the client agrees to use the website and the services in ‘good faith’ i.e. to post authentic, impartial and unique jobs of reasonable quality, which provide both adequate and accurate job details.

It is the client’s responsibility to protect their computers against any viruses and malware.

The client is responsible for the content of the vacancy and will indemnify Tone FM against any claim, loss, liability, expense or damage in connection therewith.

All dealings between the client and any applicant in connection with the applicant’s response to the job posting are the responsibility of the client. Tone FM accepts no liability whatsoever therewith. The client will indemnify Tone FM against any Losses in connection therewith.

The client will comply with all applicable laws, including without limitation: current data protection legislation and the Equality Act 2010. By submitting a vacancy to our website, the client thereby confirms that the content of the vacancy complies with the Code of Practice on Employment provided by the Equality and Human Rights Commission, which is currently available HERE. The client shall indemnify Tone FM against any losses in connection therewith.

Tone FM reserves the right in its sole and absolute discretion to remove any vacancy at any time without reason.

You may not advertise, pyramid, network marketing or get-rich-quick schemes or advertise websites, services, businesses, business opportunities and/or contact details or ask for application or registration fees.

Promotion of jobs in Tone News will generally be non specific and will be more geared to promoting the new web page. If you would like a specific listing in our paper as well please get in touch. The paper has a distribution of 15,000 copies and 45,000* potential readers each month and is now available as a download. It’s A4 in size and colour. You can see a copy at www.tonenews.co.uk.

Your vacancy may get mentioned on air during different times of the day by the presenters and during the jobs show which is recorded on a Monday and repeated on a Weds & Fri between 6 and 7pm.

Shares on our social media maybe a specific link to your vacancy or maybe be the jobs landing page subject to number of submissions received. Ths is reviewed on a regular basis.

Other info for job hunters;

SAFERjobs is a non-profit, joint industry and law enforcement organisation designed to support job seekers, agency staff, and contractors with any suspected fraud, malpractice, breach of legislation, or poor experience they may encounter.

SAFERjobs is supported by the DWP, BEIS, Metropolitan Police, and other government and industry organisations.





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