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All approved vacancies may now be advertised externally from the outset, at the discretion of the relevant senior manager.
Priority consideration should still be given to any potential redeployees at any stage during the recruitment process.The local press consists of 'The Loughborough Echo', 'The Leicester Mercury' and 'The Nottingham Evening Post'.Advertisements can be placed in the national press and/or appropriate professional journals for more senior positions where a national or international field would be more likely to yield a suitable candidate.The advertisement should include: An advertisement which will produce the most suitable applicants and which is also cost-effective is obviously desirable.This may mean local advertising for some posts where jobs are likely to be of interest to local residents.Where external media adverts are used, managers should be mindful of the high costs and therefore keep text to a bare minimum with sign posting to the University website where fuller job details can be provided.
Jobs should also be advertised through Human Resources over the Internet on "uk" which is a widely read and successful site - it is free to the University.
The Echo left its Swan Street office many years ago and is currently based in Royal Way in the town.
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Documents submitted to the authority say the concept "requires players to work together to solve hidden puzzles to escape a locked themed room before the timer runs out." Up to a dozen players would participate at any one time.
The company adds: "The experience is one of team building for corporate clients and fun and excitement for social and family clients." Council officers are considering the scheme.
Plans have been drawn up to turn a distinctive former newspaper office in to a venue for a "real-life room escape game." The disused Loughborough Echo office in the town's Swan Street is being eyed up by Hour Escape Ltd.