Richard Green, Director, Sydney

Richard has twenty years experience working for the NGO sector. Before establishing NGO Recruitment in 2004 Richard was a fundraising professional for international not for profit organisations (Greenpeace and UNICEF Australia), domestic charities (The Bobby Goldsmith Foundation and The Inspire Foundation) and the Australian Direct Marketing Association. Since 2004 Richard and a small team have successfully recruited 800 executives for over 200 not for profit organisations around Australia.

 

Annie Barker, Senior Consultant, Sydney

Annie is a recruitment specialist with over 10 years experience recruiting for organisations committed to social justice. Annie works with a broad range of non-government, not-for-profit and charitable organisations including community legal, community housing, humanitarian settlement services, disability organisations, child protection agencies and primary health networks. Positions recruited include senior executives, fundraising, marketing, operations, finance & administration and service delivery teams including lawyers, social workers and cultural engagement advisors. With expertise also in volume project recruitment including service delivery teams for specific funding contracts, Annie is uniquely qualified to recruit large national teams often to short deadlines.

 

Ruth Connelly, Senior Consultant, Temporary & Contract Staff, National

Ruth is a leading recruitment consultant in the Australian not-for-profit and NGO sectors with 20 years in the recruitment industry. Ruth a CPA qualified accountant herself started her career recruiting accountants for government departments but expanding to infrastructure, engineering, manufacturing, property and financial services, recruiting a broad range of business focused roles including analysts, tax, treasury and payroll managers. Ruth now recruits a broad range of executive, operational and service delivery permanent, contract and temporary roles for Australia’s leading not-for profits.

 

Damian Penston, Senior Consultant Asia Pacific, Sydney    

Damian has a decade of experience in recruitment for the Asia-Pacific region. Most recently, he worked for a major international development agency, and was previously the managing partner of a Japanese recruitment firm. He is the chairman of an economic inclusion not-for-profit and an advisory board member of a child welfare not-for-profit and a cloud computing social enterprise. Prior to becoming a recruiter, Damian was a software and telecoms engineer, and managing director of a software development firm with offices in Europe and Asia. His involvement with civil society accelerated in 2011, when he spent 6 months as a full-time volunteer after the disasters in northern Japan, managing projects and establishing triadic relationships domestically and internationally. He also writes a human rights blog which is focused mainly on human trafficking.

 

Emma Adams, Senior Consultant, Melbourne    

Emma has over 9 years recruitment experience. After completing a Bachelors Degree in Law in 2006 Emma moved into recruitment and has specialised in Education, Welfare to Work and more recently the NGO sector where she has built an excellent reputation for her work fundraising, marketing and communications. Emma understands the unique nature of NGOs and works strategically with clients and candidates to ensure the right match. She is professional, consultative and has an absolute passion for the sector, having studied herself with the Fundraising Institute of Australia.

 

Winnie Chau, Consultant, Sydney

Winnie has over five years experience recruiting for the not-for-profit and health sector mainly recruiting registered nurses, assistant nurses and carers for aged care facilities, hospitals, in-home care and private clients nationally. Currently Winnie works on a broad range of roles for NGO Recruitment clients in the disability, health and community housing sectors recruiting both contract and permanent positions including administration officers and managers, assistant accountants, housing independence and client service officers and tenancy support coordinators.

 

Louise Furlong, Senior Consultant, Brisbane  

Louise has over 15 years’ experience in recruitment across all levels of management with a particular focus on executive and leadership roles, fundraising, business development, client/account management and project management. Louise has extensive experience recruiting for a broad range of not-for-profit and charitable organisations including disability services, child protection agencies, community housing, primary health networks and within the community legal sector across leadership, legal and human services positions. Louise commenced recruiting in the NGO sector in 2009 and heads up NGO Recruitment’s Queensland operation whilst also recruiting across NSW and other states.

 

Emma Naglieri, Senior Consultant, Melbourne

Emma has held senior talent acquisition and human resource advisor roles for over ten years for leading brands such as Medibank, ME Bank, PriceWaterhouse Coopers and Hays Recruitment. At Hays Emma lead the policy and strategy recruitment desk specialising in recruiting technical, senior level positions specifically within the not-for-profit sector and state government. Emma has recruited global and domestic talent with a focus on human resources, legal, finance, communication, marketing and project management from entry level to senior executive.  Emma is a trusted advisor and works with the utmost integrity, transparency and professionalism. Emma has an ongoing commitment to the NFP sector having volunteered for many years including “Fitted for Work”, a small NFP committed to preparing women who are experiencing adversity  back into the workforce.

 

Ciara Cunningham, Marketing Coordinator, Sydney

Ciara is the Marketing Coordinator for NGO Recruitment. Ciara has over six years experience from the education, media and recruitment sectors, across the UK, Ireland and Australia. Ciara promotes the NGO Recruitment brand and works with the consultants to promote their current opportunities.

 

Kathleen Turnbull, Office Manager, Sydney

Kathleen is NGO Recruitment’s Office Manager and is ultimately responsible for all aspects of administration including; payroll services for all permanent and temporary staff, business process auditing to ensure best practice, procedures and standards are being adhered to, supporting the Directors and various Consultants and supervision of an administration staff member. Kathleen has 5 years of office support experience and provides great value to the organisation by applying her organisational skills and experience to every aspect of her role.

 

Charisse Salinas, Administration Assistant, Sydney

Charisse provides administrative supporting to the consultants; processing candidate applicants, taking phone calls, posting job advertisements and sending out career opportunity e-mails. She assists the Office Manager in maintaining the database and all other general office administration tasks.