What's the difference?
CJS Weekly is the original Countryside Jobs Service containing ALL the job adverts plus the unique CJS Digest, all the volounteers, news in full, monthly training calendar, work days plus so much more. Delivered by email on Friday or by post on Monday See samples here.
Daily email is fast, delivered week days evenings and has basic details of the jobs posted online that day and the news headlines, with links to see more, occasionally we include other snippets of interesting information. See sample here.
Whichever you choose: We promise not to bombard you with spam, junk or any other sort of unwanted mail. Neither will we sell, exchange or give your details to anyone. We are registered with the Information Commissioners Office (our registration number is: Z9570707).
* Daily email additional information: You will need to verify your address by clicking the link in your confirmation email which should arrive about 5-10 minutes after you click subscribe, if you don't receive an email please check your junk / spam box. The daily email circular is managed and sent by MadMimi on our behalf.
When you get a job and don't need the updates anymore simply click the 'unsubscribe' link in the email update, fill in the form and that's it - you won't hear from us again.
Other ways to keep in touch with CJS:
Our jobs feed
RSS from CJS. Add the job information to your favourite reader, import into flipboard, share with feedly, dashboard with netvibes
Don't forget that for nice newsy news you can read our blog.
Information for Facebook users.
We'll be delighted to have you like us on Facebook, but to make sure you see all of our news, job adverts and information you'll need to interact with the page on a regular basis. This is because Facebook have tinkered with the algorithm*, they are now looking at your interests and interactions with pages to decide which posts they will show you on your timeline. So to make sure you see all the details of all the job adverts with CJS you need to like, share, comment on our posts. This way Facebook knows you actively 'Like' our page and post and will keep showing our posts on your timeline.
Why are they doing this? The official reasoning is so that you only see things you're genuinely interested in; which sounds a good idea, but surely if you weren't interested you wouldn't have 'liked' in the first place? However the geeky blogs are suggesting that it is an attempt to make people with pages (not personal profiles) pay to advertise their page or to Boost their posts.
If you find that you're missing some/many/all of our posts please start interacting; alternatively if you don't already you can follow us on twitter (@CountrysideJobs) or sign up for our daily email bulletin.
*the behind the scenes techy bit that decides what and how to display things on the network.