Working for a charity or NGO can be fascinating and rewarding, but is increasingly competitive to break into, and entry-level opportunities are few and far between.
It’s also true that this specialist employment market has its own ways of advertising humanitarian roles. Many of the best sources of vacancies are advertised on international platforms and, if you are unfamiliar with them, tracking these websites down and evaluating what they offer can be a daunting task. Do those that charge jobseeker fees really add value? Which specialise in the sectors that really interest you? Where can you publicise your own resume or curriculum vitae? How up-to-date are the opportunities they advertise? Should you apply through these intermediaries or always directly to the employer?
These are all relevant questions so, after long experience as a global talent manager for the leading international child focused humanitarian development agency I wrote “Humanitarian & Mission Driven Opportunities” to provide the answers you need right now!
Obtain answers to these questions and many more here: http://bit.ly/3nIeb1v