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What is Vacancy Central?

Vacancy Central is a online CV database which is a completely FREE OF CHARGE service to all candidates by completing our short registration form, which makes your details instantly available to thousands of recruiters across the UK.

For Logging in problems . .

Click on this link to request a new password;

Click on this link to request a new activation email;

Always remember to type your password in a case sensitive way (no caps lock ect.)

Never Cut / Copy and Paste your login details as this will not work.

What is a Job By Email?

A Job By Email means you can set up an alert which informs you of any jobs available under your specific criteria. You are given 10 alerts to set up, for example, London, Civil Engineering.

To change / stop your JBE please login and follow directions listed;

Changing my Email Address or CV . .

If you need to change any of your details please login to the site;

I want to Unsubscribe . .

If you want to unsubscribe or change / stop your Jobs By Email, login here;

Problems with the registration process

Make sure every field is filled in.

If you are having trouble uploading your CV it might be too big or have a virus or be corrupt. Make sure it is in a word document format!

If you are still experiencing difficulties click here to contact us

The Site isn't displaying properly

Click here to check your compatibility with our site compatibility checker

Need to attach another CV?

Go to 'Add a new profile' and fill out form then attach CV at end.

Want to know what happen next after you have applied for a job?

After you have applied for a job you should receive an email telling you that the vacancy has been successfully applied for. If the Advertiser likes your application they will contact you to move the application forward.


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How to turn cookies on / off

Please note that we do not advise the blocking of all cookies as some websites require these to be at least accepted, so suggest (where available) the 'Prompt' option.

Microsoft Internet Explorer v5
1) Click on the 'Tools' menu.
2) Select 'Internet Options'.
3) Click on the 'Security' tab. and choose the 'Custom Level' button.
4) Find the 'Cookies' option and enable / disable both types, 'stored...' (Permanent cookies) and 'per session...' (Temporary cookies).

Microsoft Internet Explorer v6
1) Click on the 'Tools' menu.
2) Select 'Internet Options'.
3) Click on the 'Privacy' tab and choose the 'Advanced options' button .
4) Check the 'Override automatic cookie handling' tick-box.
5) Enable / Disable the 'First party' cookies by choosing the 'Accept' or 'Prompt' option.
6) Enable / Disable the 'Third party' cookies by choosing the 'Accept' or 'Prompt' option.

Netscape Navigator v4 and above:
To change cookies using Netscape v4 and above:
1) Click on 'Edit' on the menu bar and select 'Preferences...',
2) Choose the 'Advanced' category,
3) Choose the cookie option that meets your requirements and click OK to confirm

Firefox / Mozilla
To change cookies using Mozilla / Firefox :
1) Click on 'Tools' in the menu bar,
2) Select 'Options'
3) Scroll down to the 'Cookie' settings and check / un-check 'Allow site to set cookies'

Reporting a Job

If you see a job you feel shouldn't be on the site, let us know and we will deal with the issue immediately

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