Recruitment website specialising in the voluntary sector in Wales launches this week
|recruit3 - Charity Jobs & Recruitment in Wales|
The website itself is an example of our latest fully responsive jobsboard. It is attractive to the user and easy to navigate. It has all the features it may need to carry on the good work.
Here is an excerpt from the press release we issued on their behalf:
recruit3 is a brand new jobsboard solely dedicated to finding the best talent available for charities in Wales. It features a wide range of employment opportunities working for a choice of Welsh charities, including: management and executive positions, fundraising, administration, IT, finance and many more. It has been developed in association with the WCVA and The Big Issue Cymru. It aims to promote the vital work that charities do and help them compete with the public and private sectors in terms of recruitment of highly skilled professionals looking for their next challenge.
You may ask yourself why you would want to work for a charity. There are several reasons why working in the third sector is the sort of career move that you always dreamed of. To begin with, wouldn’t you like to work as part of a team with shared ideology that’s all pulling in the same direction? Many of us have experienced a corporate career that can be, to put it mildly, competitive; perhaps cutthroat might be a better word! You may have noticed everybody climbing over each other to advance and claim bonuses? In the not-for-profit sector there is a different mind-set. They aren’t competing with each other because the struggle is external rather than internal.
Instead of stifling ambition and having your ideas ignored or stolen by superiors and claimed as their own, charities encourage input, fresh ideas and ambition. You will get the chance to test your existing skills to the limit and then expand them further. You might learn new skills to add to your toolbox along the way.
As some charities operate across international borders you may get opportunities to travel to far off places that aren’t available to others. Wouldn’t you love to visit other countries and meet people who need your help? You might be surprised to learn that charities across Wales employ over 46,000 people in a wide variety of roles, offering very competitive salaries and flexible working patterns. With that in mind, ask yourself this: why aren’t I looking for my next job in the not-for-profit sector?
You wouldn’t just be making a difference in Wales, you’d be helping to change the world!
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