Guardian Jobs

Looking for a new staff member? Recruit direct from Guardian Jobs.

Why use Guardian Jobs?

Guardian Jobs offers a unique opportunity to target relevant, quality candidates with transferable skills and cross-sector experience.

  • 166,000 monthly unique users of The Guardian Housing Network
  • 14,000 members of The Guardian Housing Network

Geo-targeting is a key part of Guardian Jobs packages, meaning you can target job seekers in any geographic location.

“We were really impressed by the quality of applications from Guardian Jobs across all of our roles and will continue to use the Guardian and their NHF special offers for future vacancies.”
 - Glyn Drew, Recruitment Officer at Phoenix Community Housing

Packages include online and print adverts and access to the Guardian’s Jobmatch service.

For more information please email Steven Norris or call on 0203 353 2085.

Get on Board – The Board Member Recruitment Service

Reach high-quality board, chair and committee level candidates within and outside the housing sector with our fantastic Get on Board’ packages and save up to 60%.

Precisely match your vacancy to a database of 220,000 active jobseekers including over 2,500 senior executives.

Please visit the Guardian Jobs website or email Steven Norris or call 0203 353 2085 for more information.

"We have used Guardian Jobs for our recruitment twice in the last year… both times our successful candidate resulted from the Guardi­an advertisement. We are extremely pleased with the results and the advertisement produced some excellent candidates."
Deborah Duerden, Severn Vale Housing Society

Looking for a board member role in housing?

Let the right job find you by registering with Guardian Jobs today. Opt in to job match to allow housing associations to contact you with vacancies that match your profile, career goals and background.

How to find board member roles:

  • Go to jobs.theguardian.com
  • Register for ‘jobs by email’
  • Enter contact information
  • Enter ‘board member’ and ‘trustee’ in the ‘keywords’ section