Terms And Conditions

Before submitting your vacancy to us please take few moments to consult our vacancy policy so you can see what we are happy to advertise and read our full Terms & Conditions so that you can submit your vacancy. Please note that these Terms and Conditions relate to UK employment law only. If you are submitting vacancies outside the UK, you should check that you comply with employment law relevant to that country.

B1: Recruiters seeking to have jobs advertised in the vacancies online area have to enter into an agreement with the University of Nottingham relating to job advertising. In relation to each and every such agreement, this website operates so as to amount to an “invitation to tender” only. Communication to the University of Nottingham of the details of any job you wish to have advertised in the vacancies online area operates so as to amount to an offer by you to the University to enter into a contract with you on these Terms and Conditions for Recruiters. The University will consider any offer made by Recruiters, including considering the details of the job advertisement communicated with a view to having the job vacancy information advertised in the vacancies online area, subject to an agreement that the advertisement may be exactly in the form submitted by the Recruiter or in a modified form after any change made by the University of Nottingham which the University considers necessary or desirable. If the offer is accepted by the University of Nottingham, and if any of the job vacancy information is published by it pursuant to that acceptance, then the Recruiter agrees to be bound by these Terms and Conditions for Recruiters. Each time a job advertisement is communicated to the University of Nottingham to be advertised in the vacancies online area, it is by way of an offer to enter a new agreement on the Terms and Conditions for Recruiters set out on this webpage at the time of the communication.

Terms and Conditions for Recruiters

Legally binding

B2: These terms and conditions are those for all agreements between the University of Nottingham and those Recruiters communicating job vacancy information to the University of Nottingham, which job vacancy information the Recruiter wishes to have advertised in the vacancies online area of the University of Nottingham website. By communicating job vacancy information to the University of Nottingham for publication in the vacancies online area of the University of Nottingham website, you communicate your offer to be bound by the terms and conditions set out on this webpage at the time you communicated the job vacancy. Each time you communicate a job vacancy in such a manner, you communicate you offer to enter a new agreement on the terms and conditions set out on this webpage.

Your obligations: warranty

B3: Each time a job vacancy you have communicated to the University of Nottingham for publication on any of its jobsites is accepted by the University for publication, the agreement formed includes a warranty by you that:

B3.1: the advertisement is legal, decent, honest and truthful and that, at the time of the acceptance, it complies with any and all the requirements of applicable laws and with any and all relevant codes of practice; and, in particular, that

B3.2: the advertisement is not defamatory and that it does not infringe any copyright or any moral right of anyone else.

Your obligations: indemnification of the University of Nottingham

B4: Each time a job vacancy you have communicated to the University of Nottingham for publication on any of its jobsites is accepted by the University for publication, the agreement formed includes a provision whereby you agree to indemnify the University of Nottingham for all costs, claims, damages or other charges arising directly or indirectly as a result of the publication of the advertisement.

Your obligations: technical

B5: It is for recruiters to satisfy themselves that their computer equipment (includes any relevant hardware and software) is suitable to communicate with this the University of Nottingham website. It is the exclusive responsibility of the recruiter to ensure compatibility of the recruiter’s computer system with that of the University of Nottingham.

B6: Recruiters are not to disrupt, or to attempt to disrupt, the operations of the University of Nottingham website or its computers.

B7: No automated program such as a web crawler or spider is to be used to access any the University of Nottingham website or any of its computers.

B8: No Recruiter is to include in any website any “link” to any webpage of any vacancies online area of any the University of Nottingham website, other than a link to the webpage setting out terms and conditions at the entry to the area, or to any home page of any the University of Nottingham website.

Your obligations: protected access

B9: Access to vacancies online areas on this website are protected by usernames and passwords. If you have a username and password to access any the University of Nottingham vacancies online area, you must not share your username(s) or password(s) with any other person. You are solely responsible for keeping confidential any username and password allocated to you by the University of Nottingham. You must notify recruiterservices@nottingham.ac.uk promptly upon learning of any unauthorised use of your username(s) or password(s) or upon learning of any other breach of security of this website you do not know to have been previously notified to the University of Nottingham.

You bear the risks of accessing this website

B10: The University of Nottingham exerts itself to attempt to ensure that its websites are not contaminated with viruses or other malicious software, but recruiters bear the risk that material they download from this website may include such code. No warranty is given that no such code may be downloaded from the University of Nottingham websites.

Disclaimer of liability or limitation of liability

B11: Any liability for death or personal injury resulting from negligence of the University of Nottingham, or fraud, is not excluded by anything in these terms and conditions.

B12: Subject to the clause B10 above, the University of Nottingham will not be liable to you for any loss or damaged to you resulting from any unavailability of any service of the vacancies online area, or for any problem caused by any software or other error.

B13: Subject to the clause B10 above, the University of Nottingham will not be liable to you for any loss or damage to you resulting from your publication of any job vacancy information, or resulting from any use of the vacancies online area or caused to you by your reliance upon any information disclosed in the vacancies online area and any such liability is excluded to the fullest extent possible permitted by the law.

B14: Subject to the clauses B10-B12 above inclusive, the University of Nottingham will not be liable to you for any indirect or consequential loss, damage, costs or expense; for any loss or profit; for any loss of business; or for any loss of or corruption of any data.

The University of Nottingham is not subject to the Employment Agencies Act 1973 (as amended)

B15: The University of Nottingham refers to Section 13(7)(h)(i) of the Employment Agencies Act 1973 (as amended)

“This Act does not apply to- (h) services provided by an appointments board or service controlled by- (i) one or more universities;”.

Headings

B16: Headings in these Terms and Conditions are for convenience only.

Jurisdiction

B17: This agreement and the use of the vacancies online area are to be governed in accordance with the laws of England and any dispute between any user and the University of Nottingham relating directly or indirectly to this job service shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.

Whole agreement

B18: These terms and conditions are the entire agreement between any Recruiter and the University of Nottingham relating to the vacancies online area and its use. It is acknowledged by you that you do not enter into this agreement in reliance upon any representation or warranty. If a Court decides that any part of these terms and conditions cannot be enforced, then that part will be severed out of the agreement, but the other terms and conditions will continue to apply. The provisions of the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 shall not apply to this agreement.