Finding a job share pair
Finding a job share partner
We have a growing community of candidates, like you, looking for a job share partner. We'll help you find your perfect job share pair.
Depending on circumstance, you may want to look:
- When you are about to look for a role.
- When you are in post. Perhaps you want to reduce your hours/ your job share pair is moving on/ you're ready for promotion, but the increased hours are holding you back.
You may find you already know your perfect pair – they might be a colleague or friend of a friend.
If you are in post, your employer may already have a list of people who are interested in job-sharing, or want to reduce their hours.
If not, we have a growing community of candidates - across a range of industries, locations and seniorities - with whom you could match online, or at one of our speed networking events.
We know that the best job share pairs have a spread of skills and experience greater than any one person could bring. And we know there is a huge army of brilliantly talented people who are looking for their job share partner. Here’s how to find your perfect pair:
You create a short profile covering your industry, location and salary.
You identify potential matches on our job share matching wall (or via your network - see 'Who', above) and we introduce you.
If the chemistry feels right, you both complete our unique online matching questionnaire, covering about your work approach & experience. We'll create a joint CV setting out how your skills sit alongside one-another, drawing on your combined online job share profiles. You'll use this when you apply for roles.
You apply for roles.
At Further&More, we do our best to connect people whose interests and skills are aligned. This is not, however, a guarantee that our pairings will always be a perfect fit. Please be aware that Further&More accepts no liability for job-share matches that do not meet candidates' expectations. And in addition, we urge you to take sensible precautions when sharing personal information and/ or meeting someone new.