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New GM for NGO Recruitment Victoria

James Stewart joins the NGO Recruitment team from Ethical Jobs We’d like to extend a warm welcome to James Stewart, our new Victorian general manager based in Melbourne, who joins us from Ethical Jobs with an impressive depth of combined recruitment and not-for-profit sector experience. “James is already extremely well-respected within the sector and we’re… Read more »

Celebrating 15 years in business

As we proudly celebrate our 15-year anniversary, NGO Recruitment founder Richard Green reminisces on the early days and reveals how he built a respected brand within the not-for-profit sector. What originally inspired you to carve out a career in the not-for-profit sector? When I was in my twenties, I spent a year in Europe and… Read more »

NGO Recruitment Fundraising Salary Snapshot 2018/2019

Demand for fundraising skills soars Over the last 12-24 months, the demand for fundraising skills within Australia’s not-for-profit (NFP) sector has soared leading to a current shortage of talented fundraising professionals across all fundraising specialties. Largely driven by NFPs experiencing uncertainty around government funding, demand is also being driven by NFPs looking to diversify revenue… Read more »

Chief Executive Officer appointed to lead the Queensland AIDS Council

The Queensland AIDS Council is delighted to announce the appointment of Rebecca Reynolds as the Chief Executive Officer of QuAC. The board, with the assistance of NGO Recruitment, conducted an exhaustive nationwide search to find the best possible person for this position. This process included three rounds of interviews and consultation with community leaders across… Read more »

NGO Recruitment welcomes Natalie Brooker to the Melbourne team

Natalie is our dedicated temporary staff and contract consultant, recruiting staff across Victoria, Tasmania and South Australia. Natalie will be looking after a range of positions spanning across locum CEOs, direct marketing, raisers edge specialists, administration, finance, marketing and communications and fundraising. Natalie is devoted to providing a smooth client and candidate experience and places a… Read more »

Posted on November 21, 2018. News.

NGO Recruitment welcomes new Recruitment Resourcer

NGO Recruitment would like to extend a warm welcome to Amelia Da Mota to our Sydney team. As NGO Recruitment’s recruitment resourcer, Amelia assists all of our consultants with candidate searching, attraction, sourcing and screening. Amelia spends a lot of her time researching and identifying very specific hard to find candidates via LinkedIn and the… Read more »

Australian Institute of Architects starts search for new CEO

The Australian Institute of Architects is a long-established and well-respected peak professional body. With a mission to improve the built environment by promoting high-quality, responsible and sustainable design, the Institute represents over 11,000 diverse national and international members from students of architecture and small practices, to large corporates and architects working in the public service…. Read more »

Interview Series, part 6: Tony Warner, CEO, The Humour Foundation

The Humour Foundation is a charity dedicated to promoting and delivering the health benefits of humour. It incorporates clown doctors, elder clowns, laughter boss and laughter works and it spreads fun and laughter to people in need across Australia, improving the quality of life for people in hospitals, health and aged care facilities. Tony Warner… Read more »

Boorndawan Willam Aboriginal Healing Service (BWAHS) searches for new executive manager

For almost 13 years, Boorndawan Willam Aboriginal Healing Service (BWAHS) in Melbourne’s Eastern Metropolitan Region has been providing invaluable support services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander individuals and families impacted by traumatic family violence. The specialist organisation offers a range of dedicated services from early intervention programs and intensive case management to integrated family… Read more »