User Guide

Weaave Jobs

WEAAVE Job Board


On our job page, search out staff for projects or post and exchange information about media work. It's a free service and you decide whether the project is paid or unpaid. It's that straight forward. Jobs posted are the responsibility of the posting member, weaave is not involved in the job posting arrangements of its members.


WEAAVE Tips for posting jobs

  • Please keep all postings short and job specific;
  • Specify work location;
  • Temp or permanent position, staff or freelance;
  • Salary paid or on a contributionary basis with no pay. If the work is to be unpaid and just basic help with a project, then please ensure that this is made clear;
  • Give as much relevant information as you think they will need;
  • Use the messenger board for all communications;


WEAAVE tips for responding to jobs

  • If responding to a post be clear with your queries before accepting any work;
  • Try and respond to jobs/pitches that you are personally suited to;
  • Use the messenger board for all clarification;
  • Please refrain from any abusive language and inappropriate messaging;
  • Do not agree to complete any work unless both parties have agreed on terms;


More about our Job Board


Posting jobs is free with WEAAVE and we allow our members to make their own decisions and arrangements.
Communications via the WEAAVE messenger boards regarding jobs are made directly between members. Whilst we urge our community to post appropriate and bona-fide job placements, WEAAVE cannot be held responsible for any problems that may arise form verbal agreements or written working contracts between members. We do expect our WEAAVE community to agree on jobs and adhere to arrangements placed. Please read our important WEAAVE Terms and Conditions before posting or responding to any job or pitch. WEAAVE particularly cannot take responsibility for any jobs posted or responded to by persons below the age of 18 years. Weaave is not a job agency and members must make their own checks before entering into any working arrangement or contract.
Please refer to our WEAAVE membership agreement 15.2 for further information regarding the correct use of our Job/message board. Please note that UK employers may not solicit work experience from candidates who are not in full-time education.