Before submitting an advert please read the above T&C’s which include the rates for advertising and duration.
If you cut and paste your text into our form, please also CHECK YOUR ADVERT RIGHT DOWN TO THE LAST WORD before hitting “Submit”. Our form only accepts 300 words. If your advert is longer than this, it will be cut automatically and you will lose words 301 onwards. These may include vital information such as how to apply so CHECK right to the end of your advert as changes after posting incur a charge.
Once submitted you will received an email to say we have received your request to post your advert.
Please allow 48 hours for your advert to ‘ go live’. This may be longer during busy office periods as we are a small team.
To get the most from your advert . . .
Once your advert has gone live on the VetNI facebook page, share it on your own workplace and personal social media and ask your staff to do the same. It seems obvious but many advertisers don’t do this.
Image is everything!
If, at the time of advertising, you also e-mail us an engaging photo, we may share it on VetNI’s new Instagram page. Send a great image to email@example.com with “Job Ad Image” in the subject line and we may use this to promote your practice or your people. Image is everything and a great image will get many shares and can catch the eye of a potential new employee.
The subject matter is very important. It needs to reflect your practice’s culture, the joy’s of working in Northern Ireland or some of your team enjoying their work. Here are a few ideas of the type of image that will be of interest to the wider veterinary community:
- A team photo: having lunch together, doing a fun activity or a few staff having a catch up over a cuppa.
- A team member with one of their own pets in work with them.
- One of your vets out on the road – out to a call with stunning scenery to view enroute.
- A dashcam type image heading up a lane to a picturesque farm, yard, or stables.
- One of your teams’ favourite places to unwind nearby, after work.
- The seasonal farmland near your practice with livestock or crops in the fields.
- A nearby ‘place of interest’ synonymous with NI, with a team member in it, e.g: The Mournes, Sperrin’s or North coast walks; local beaches and monuments; National Trust or forest parks; Belfast sights, Titanic Museum or H&W Cranes.
If you submit a picture, we assume that we have the photographer’s permission to share it and we will credit either the named photographer or your practice.
Remember – you must also have the permission of any third party included in the picture to post or share on social media, be it a puppy owner or a practice manager!