How We Help NonProfit Job Candidates Reach Their Goals
Please use the links below to find helpful information, tips and resources for job candidates.
- Career Resources
- Career Planning
- Submit Profile
- Submit Resume
NonProfit Job Candidates and Job Seekers
To help achieve our mission and fully engage in our core values, we at The NonProfit Recruiter work with both NonProfit candidates and job seekers in their quest to grow their career. This includes, but is not limited to, considering and exploring of new employment opportunities.
With that in mind, we invite you to use the links below to find helpful information, tips and resources for NonProfit job candidates:
Before you make your next career move, it is a good idea to conduct some career planning. Map out your career and personal goals and make sure that the two complement each other, rather than conflict. The good news is that working with The NonProfit Recruiter can help you reach your goals more quickly.
Click here for career resources for NonProfit job candidates.
The counteroffer can be a tricky situation for professionals in the NonProfit profession. However, it does not have to be that way. Once you learn the ins and outs of the counteroffer, you will be better prepared to navigate this situation the next time you face it in your career.
Click here for more information about the counteroffer.
The interview is a crucial step in securing an offer of employment from a NonProfit organization. As a result, you want to ensure that you nail the interview every time. The NonProfit Recruiter has a list of questions you should ask during your interview, as well as a list of do’s and don’ts.
Click here to see The NonProfit Recruiter’s tips for the interview.
Not being willing to relocate for an employment opportunity is a career-limiting move. That being said, you should not just “jump in with both feet.” Instead, you must consider a number of factors before deciding whether or not relocating is the right move for you. The NonProfit Recruiter has a list of tips and resources that can help you determine your priorities.
Click here for more information about relocation for NonProfit job candidates.
Just like the interview is your “doorway” to receiving an offer of employment, your resume is the “launching pad” for your career. This is because your resume helps you to land the interview in the first place. The NonProfit Recruiter has compiled a list of tips for crafting your resume the right way.
Click here to see The NonProfit Recruiter’s tips for constructing your resume.
Working with a Recruiter
Working with The NonProfit recruiter is a strategic and intelligent move for NonProfit job candidates and job seekers. The NonProfit Recruiter has 15 tips for helping you succeed when working with a recruiter to help grow your career.
Click here to see The NonProfit Recruiter’s 15 tips for working with a recruiter.
If you want to enjoy more success in your career, then you must plan to enjoy that success. This is why The NonProfit Recruiter has devoted a section of our website to career planning for NonProfit job candidates. After all, you cannot get where you are going until you know how you’re going to get there!
Click here for more information about The NonProfit Recruiter’s career planning resources.
We invite you to create and submit a profile for The NonProfit Recruiter. When you do so, the information that you provide will help us match you with employers seeking talent. We ask that you fill out your profile as completely as possible, so that we can help you find the job that best suits you and your career goals.
Click here to submit your profile to The NonProfit Recruiter.
As mentioned above, your resume is the “launching pad” for your career, since it’s the key to landing an interview—whether it is a phone screen, a face-to-face interview, an in-person interview, or all three. That is why we invite and encourage you to submit your resume to The NonProfit Recruiter for consideration.
Click here to submit your resume to The NonProfit Recruiter.