Advertising Training Vacancies - Become a CA
Become A CA - the latest CA training vacancies with ICAS authorised employers throughout the UK
To support the recruitment of CA trainees, ICAS offers a free recruitment platform to promote CA trainee vacancies to prospective students.
Whilst we provide a free service for vacancy postings, we also offer you the opportunity to increase your profile and communicate your employer brand to graduates visiting the site.
Last year, Become A CA attracted over 127,000 visitors to the site with an average of over 10,000 visitors per month. Our new website will land in September 2018 so watch this space!
Fill out the CA training vacancy form below and return to Andrew Murphy via email. Please include your company logo as JPEG, 300 dpi.
CA training vacancy form
Why advertise with us?
|Manage your account:||Become a CA allows you to process and manage applications with ease.|
|Focus your efforts:||With Become a CA you can save both time and money and showcase your vacancies to a range of university students looking to become Chartered Accountants.|
|Contribute to the community:||We invite you to share your expertise via our blog and your industry knowledge with a very active audience on LinkedIn and Twitter.|
When researching career options, the first channel used by prospective CA students is the main ICAS website. Understanding the CA career journey and the types of employers we work with helps visitors understand the breadth of CA training opportunities available.
Featured employers receive 30% more job views than those with a standard posting. On average featured employers receive 65% more applications.
As our partner you can benefit from the following opportunities:
- Enhanced employer profile
- Highlighted as featured employer
- Print and Online Advertising
- Social Media Marketing
- Event sponsorship
- Bespoke campaigns
Our premium partnership packages are available from £1,250 + VAT.
Request partnership proposal
If you have any questions, please contact us at Andrew Murphy or phone Andrew on 0131 347 0295.