Employment - Job Posting Form

This is a Fee-Based service provided by WayNet.

WayNet encourages local businesses and organizations to become members and post their own employment pages. We will link directly to our Sponsor, Business, and Not-for-Profit members' employment pages with no additional fee.

However, we recognize that not all businesses wish to create and maintain a web site. For those organizations, we offer a fee-based service to publicize your local job openings on the Internet.

You may fill out the following form, email the director, or send via U.S. Mail to WayNet, 50 North Fifth Street, Richmond, IN 47374.

FEES & Restrictions:

  • Payment must be received prior to posting of position.
  • Position should be based in (or commutable from) the Richmond/Wayne County, Indiana area.
  • Organization must adhere to our Terms of Service Policy.

  • If the position is filled prior to the end of the desired posting period, we will remove the position if notified, but will not provide a refund.

  • 500 word descriptions encouraged, but up to 2000 words are allowed. Must be provided in digital format (form, email, disk).
  • One (1) logo, up to 200 x 200 pixels, may be included. Must be provided in digital format by the organization.

FEE PER POSITION:
$ 60 for 1 week
$ 96 for 2 weeks
$144 for 3 weeks
$160 for 4 weeks

  • All postings must contain the following information:

  • 0/2000
  • I understand that my advertisement will not appear until I have submitted payment for the appropriate amount to:

    WayNet
    50 North Fifth Street
    Richmond, IN  47374 

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