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Free job adverts on the Cooling Post

38970166_s-copyThe air conditioning and refrigeration industry’s most popular source of news and information has introduced a dedicated recruitment section.

From this month, all companies involved in the air conditioning and refrigeration industry looking to fill those vital positions will have immediate access to the Cooling Post’s rapidly increasing audience.

For the job seeker we hope it will become the place to visit for no-nonsense, real vacancies.

And the new jobs section is not restricted to the UK or Europe – it will be open to wherever air conditioning and refrigeration career opportunities exist in the world.

Best of all, it’s entirely FREE!

The only proviso to advertisers is that the vacancy must be real and must be specifically related to the air conditioning, refrigeration or heat pump industry.

All adverts will feature on the website for a period of one month. At the end of that period the advert will be automatically deleted but the advertiser can re-post the advert if they so wish. Alternatively, the advertiser will have access to terminate the advert before the month has elapsed.

The jobs section can be accessed from the main menu www.coolingpost.com


To submit a job advert:

Access “Post a Job” via the drop-down menu.

Fill in your email address and the job details, review the advert and submit.

Your advert will then be moderated by the Cooling Post team and, providing it conforms to our guidelines, will then be posted. This should be relatively swift but please allow up to 24 hours.

In the meantime a password will be sent to your specified email address. This can be used to access the site and edit or delete your advert once posted, or post new adverts.

For the job seeker, the site will allow you to search by country, region or keyword. Confidentiality is assured; any applications are sent direct to the advertiser – your details and information will not be accessible to staff at the Cooling Post or any third party.

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