Find your perfect role during the YEP's jobs day - and post job ads for free!

We're offering businesses the chance to have their job advert for FREE
We're offering businesses the chance to have their job advert for FREE
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At this time of year many employers are looking to take on extra staff for the busy run-up to Christmas. The Yorkshire Evening Post is holding a special recruitment takeover day next week to help readers be the first to know about festive job vacancies for in our great city.

To make sure no-one misses out, we're offering businesses the chance to have their job advert for FREE on our Jobs Today website for 24 hours from 9am on Thursday, October 26. This is limited to the first 50 companies to get in touch.

Throughout that day, will also have a host of advice pieces online for those trying to find a new position, from interview and CV tips to facts and figures about the Leeds job market.

And we'll be making sure to highlight a selection of the vacancies that come in to the 300,000 people who follow us on Facebook and on Twitter. Look out for #YEPjobs.

Are you looking for extra bar staff, shop workers or need extra delivery drivers? Whether you are a huge supermarket chain or a small, family-run business, as long as your job is in Leeds and is part of a seasonal recruitment drive you could have a FREE listing for 24-hours and we'll help you find the perfect person.

To let us know about a role you want advertised on October 26, simply telephone 0207 147 1533 or email, and quote YEP Free Job.

And do ask about our SmartList service that helps employers reach even more people and gives access to millions of CVs.

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