These terms and
conditions apply to candidates using the UKJobs.net website. UKJobs.net is a division of Splut Ltd, company registration
Please read these
terms and conditions. You must accept them before
registering as a candidate on the UKJobs.net website.
In registering with
the website to apply for a job you agree to:
To be responsible for the passwords used to access the
UKJobs.net website and be responsible for any subsequent
misuse if the passwords have been disclosed to a third
to provide an accurate CV and personal details that are
not misleading or likely to mislead; that the CV
accurately reflects your education, training history and
that UKJobs.net may remove any information on a CV that
they consider to be inaccurate
to keep confidential any information provided by a
not to seek to obtain details of any employer when you
have no intention or prospects of successfully obtaining
the position with that employer
to only apply for jobs for which you have the
appropriate qualifications and skills and have the
qualifications that might be required by law
not to use the website to build a database of potential
employers or exploit the website for commercial reasons
that details you submit in your application via the
website can be seen by any visitor to the website
give consent for UKJobs.net processing personal data
give consent to UKJobs.net contacting you via your
that it is impossible for UKJobs.net to independently
verify the authenticity of every CV or job advertisement
and shall not be liable for the consequences of any
inaccuracies or misrepresentations
that you satisfy the necessary immigration requirements
of the country in which the job lies
to provide an application that is not illegal, immoral,
obscene or offensive, and complies with the legal and
moral obligations of UKJobs.net and its clients.
UKJobs.net only duty is to provide a website.
UKJobs.net will make efforts to keep the website running
at all times but does not accept any liability for any
interruptions in service or unavailability of the
website, any inconvenience caused or possible
Use of the UKJobs.net website by jobseekers is free of
After introductions have been made via the UKJobs.net
website between a jobseeker and employer it is your
decision how to progress your application
UKJobs.net is not an employment agency and does not act
on behalf of any particular employment agency or client
UKJobs.net accepts job advertisements in good faith and
shall not be liable for any inaccuracies or
misrepresentations that might occur
UKJobs.net shall not be liable for any failure to
perform any obligation caused by any event beyond its
UKJobs.net cannot guarantee the number advertisements
for vacancies distributed to jobseekers by email
UKJobs.net cannot guarantee the minimum number of times
that a CV will be viewed or distributed each day
UKJobs.net may suspend or remove any CV or information
UKJobs.net may report illegal or improper use of CVís or
services by jobseekers to clients
UKJobs.net has the right to refuse, remove, decline to
distribute or require to be amended any application that
does not conform to the above conditions
What is the Privacy Number Service and how does it work?
The PNS is a service to keep your personal details, in this case the Job Seekers' phone number, hidden from users of the website. This is done so that no one can use the information held on our system for purposes other than contacting you concerning your CV. We replace your phone numbers with our own 070 number, which when a user calls, redirects them to the phone numbers you entered while registering your CV.
How much does using the service cost ?
The Privacy Number Service is free to all our Job Seekers.
At UKJobs.net we provide our services to Job Seekers free of charge, in order to continue to do so we make a small amount of revenue from the 070 service that we now offer. This has also been universally welcomed for the privacy that it now offers our Job Seekers. Recruiters calling a PNS Number from a standard BT home or business phone are charged at the rate of 37 pence per minute (ppm) peak, 25ppm evening and 12.5ppm at the weekend, when dialed from a BT land line. Calls are billed per second when supported by your fixed line network operator.
The cost of calling a PNS Number from mobile phone networks will vary depending on the mobile operator the call is being made through. If in doubt, callers are encouraged to confirm with their mobile operator the charge for calling a PNS Number (PNS Numbers are those with the prefix 070). Mobile operators are obliged to make their call charges readily available to their customers. Per second billing only applies on calls to a PNS Number where your mobile network operator supports this.
What other advantages does the service offer?
When a 070 number is called the service will hunt up to 2 different numbers to connect the recruiter to the Job Seeker. If the item is no longer available a recorded message will tell you immediately to save your time and effort.
I donít want a PNS number on my contact details, can it be removed?
No, at UKJobs.net we allow you to use the service free of charge, in order to continue to do so we need to make a small amount of revenue from the PNS service, we do this via the 070 numbers. The PNS service has been universally welcomed by our Job Seekers for the benefits that it offers.
Call Referral Service
At UKJobs.net we provide our services to Job Seekers free of charge, in order to continue to do so we make a small amount of revenue from the 0871 service that we now offer.
UKJobs operate a directory call referral service on this site.
This means that when you dial any of the 0871 numbers listed on our site your call will then be transferred to the number of the business or individual you wish to speak to.
Your call will be transferred with immediately with the absolute minimum of delay and will cost just 10 pence per minute or billed in seconds if supported by your network provider.
Should you experience any difficulty or have any query regarding our call referral service please call 01327 844099 or email email@example.com. Calls to this number are charged at your standard network rate.
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which often includes an anonymous unique identifier that
is sent to your browser from our website and is stored
on your computerís hard drive. Each website can send
its own cookie to your browser if your browserís
preferences allow it, but (to protect your privacy) your
browser only permits a web site to access the cookies it
has already sent to you, not the cookies sent to you by
remind us who you are and to access
your member information (stored on our computers) in
order to deliver a better and more personalised
record searches you have made whilst
visiting our site;
collect anonymous data for direct
marketing and promotional purposes;
collect IP (Internet Protocol)
addresses. Your IP address is the address your web
browser or email application gives to the computer
whose web page or email you are trying to access
over the internet.
IP addresses may be used by the
system administration of our website and to gather
broad demographic information. This enables us to
send you the most appropriate information based on
geographic area or information derived from your IP
address. We can also estimate the amount of users
visiting UKJobs.net from various locations.
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accept/decline cookies by altering the settings in your
browser to prevent automatic acceptance of cookies.
If you decline/disable cookies, you may not be able to
use all the interactive features of the website or the
website may not be available to you.
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