University of California Merced: Working with JobElephant
What we do
University of California Merced is partnering with JobElephant to simplify and expedite your recruitment advertising by placing your ads in any publication in the world. Jobelephant advertises with 20,000+ media sources. Online and in print. Anywhere you want to place an ad.
Additional publications: How it works
Placing ads in publications is easy with these simple steps:
1) Send us an email with the written ad or link to the job page https://www.ucmerced.edu/careers along with the list of publications you want to advertise in. If you don’t know where to advertise, then just let us know and we can make recommendations. Learn more about our recommendation engine Horton here.
2) We will reply the same day with a prepared ad proof along with our quote sheet with prices, run times and any additional information on this order. We never price any publication above the price you currently receive.
3) Upon your emailed approval, we will submit all the ads to the publication vendors within hours for processing.
4) We email an invoice to you unless you specify someone else to receive. Every person will automatically receive a login and passwords to access our cPortal to retrieve tear sheets online (proof of publication).
JobElephant’s customer portal (adcontrol.jobelephant.com) allows clients to directly access tearsheets (copies of placed ads), invoices and billing history, as well as submit jobs for quote requests, approve paid advertising and pay for ads once an invoice is received. All stages of the recruitment advertising process can be implemented, monitored, and confirmed through the customer portal. Our cPortal completes the circle of customer service at JobElephant, allowing clients the ability to access their orders 24/7.
Online and Print samples
Take advantage of the expert JobElephant design team to make your recruitment ads look great. All design services from JobElephant are free of charge. Below are just a few of the ads we’ve designed for University of California Merced.