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Season’s Greetings! A message from Richard Green, Director

The NGO Recruitment team would like to take this opportunity to thank our clients and candidates for your support during the pressure cooker year 2020. After the initial shock wave in March and April with a seemingly blanket hiring freeze, the Australian NFP sector had to rapidly respond to an escalating demand for their services…. Read more »

Posted on December 08, 2020. News.

Interview series, part 10: Miriam Valero, Philanthropy & Partnerships Manager, Public Education Foundation

The Public Education Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to providing life changing scholarships to young people in public education, as well as their teachers and principals. They support students with particular educational needs or talents reach their full potential and improve overall educational outcomes. We talk to Miriam Valero, Philanthropy and Partnerships Manager who… Read more »

How to nail a job interview when you’re out of practice

Job interviews are nearly always daunting, but if it’s been years (maybe even decades) between interviews, the thought of facing up to a potential employer might be overwhelming. Luckily, there’s plenty you can do to take the pressure off. Lois Freeke talks to Pro Bono Australia and gives her top five tips on how to… Read more »

Interview series, part 9: Susan Duffy, Corporate Relationships Manager, Bobby Goldsmith Foundation

The Bobby Goldsmith Foundation (BGF) is Australia’s longest running HIV charity, it works to change social attitudes around HIV, to reduce fear, discrimination and stigma and promote acceptance and understanding, working also at a systemic level to influence policy and service development. Susan Duffy joined the team as Corporate Relationships Manager in April this year,… Read more »

Pandemic road trip: Victoria Monahan’s five-day drive to start her new job

When Victoria Monahan recently accepted the Jimaylya Topsy Harry Centre Service Manager position, she was ready for a challenge. Jimaylya Topsy Harry Centre is a unique service, located in Mt Isa, which provides transitional accommodation for adults, both Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and non-Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, who are homeless or in… Read more »

Onboarding in the E-World

With most of us working from home NGO Recruitment has created a best practice guide for how to successfully on board your new hires.  We give our tips for how to get well prepared before the start date and how to build a strong relationship with your new recruit.   Get well prepared before the start date Get offer letters… Read more »

NGO Recruitment – Market Update

The good news is our sector is demonstrating signs of great resilience during this time of great uncertainty. NGO Recruitment is experiencing a strong ongoing demand for permanent, contract and temporary staff, as well as a solid supply of candidates at all levels. The willingness to continue to hire a broad range of staff is… Read more »

New fundraising talent pipeline for the international education advancement sector

We are excited to announce the launch of our new fundraising talent pipeline for the international education advancement sector. Flexible, cost-effective and designed to complement existing internal recruitment processes, the new fundraising talent pipeline has been developed in response to an overwhelming demand from Australian and New Zealand universities in particular, for talented fundraising professionals…. Read more »

Visiting the fire devastated NSW south coast: Why climate advocacy groups also need our support

Returning to the hamlet of Bendalong on the NSW south coast last weekend, only one month after fire ripped through the region, was devastating. The 13km deathly quiet drive through the Conjola National Park from the Princes Highway was like driving through a climate change Armageddon. Virtually everything is gone. The charred landscape is spiked… Read more »