• It is best to use just one or two of the search filters, rather than using them all at once.
  • The drop-down industry list is dynamic and will only show the industries in which a vacancy is currently listed.


  • Searching by country overrides any search by location; these fields will be hidden when a country is selected. De-selecting the country will show the location fields again.
  • The location information is matched against Google Maps data. In some cases, the information may not be found by Google Maps and the search will fail. Try to enter a unique location, e.g. a nearby town or city that is more likely to be unique.
  • The drop-down country list is dynamic and will only show the countries in which a vacancy is currently listed.


  • The keywords box can be used to look for specific words and phrases in the job listings. The keyword search is not case-sensitive.
  • Try not to be too specific when using Keywords as you may filter out jobs that do not exactly match the information you entered. For example, searching for the plural of a word when the word might only exist in the singular, or including multiple words and requiring them all to be found.
  • The simplest way to use the keyword search is to list multiple words/phrases separated by commas. e.g. test engineer, automotive, python. Vacancies that include any of these words will be displayed.
  • If you want to search for results including all the words and phrases you have listed, you need to use ‘AND’ between them. e.g. test engineer AND automotive AND python.
  • You can mix the use of commas with ‘AND’ in the same search, but this could become too complex. e.g. test engineer AND automotive, python. This will return listings that contain both ‘test engineer’ and ‘automotive’, as well as listings that include the word ‘python’.