What do you look for in a charity recruiter?
Where can things be improved? And - be honest now - does our bum look big in this?
Okay, not the last one (sadly we already know) but two of these questions are central to our survey with Third Sector Jobs, where you can share your views on charity recruitment with the chance to win a £150 Amazon voucher!
What are we asking?
As a charity professional you’ll already appreciate the importance of listening to the people who use your services: it’s vital to get a true understanding of their needs, how well you’re currently meeting them, and how you could evolve to benefit them further.
That’s exactly what we’re keen to know too, so we've once again partnered with Third Sector Jobs for a short survey on recruitment in the charity sector.
► If you haven’t worked with us before, don’t worry – you can still complete the survey and enter by sharing your thoughts and experiences of charity recruitment; what works for you and what doesn’t? What could recruiters do better and what are the key things you look for? And even if not from direct experience, if you have any perceptions of Harris Hill (though we appreciate that's not compulsory), we’d love to hear about them.
► Meanwhile if you also have feedback from working with us - to recruit or to look for a job (or both) we're very keen to hear about it too; what's worked well, where improvement's needed, and what you’d most like to see from us in the future.
How to participate
Since last year’s survey we’ve been hard at work on changes both front of house (like this very site) and behind the scenes to continuously improve what we do, but only you can tell us if we’re going in the right direction, and what really matters to you when it comes to recruitment.
So please do, and with a bit of luck you could soon have some spending to do too!
The survey closes onThursday 28th Februaryand we’ll draw the prize winner as soon as possible thereafter - you’ll find all the terms and conditions on the survey page.
Find out more from Third Sector or just click below to get started:
To complete the survey should take no more than 5 minutes and you can choose to express your views based on experience of job hunting within the sector, recruiting, or both. If you'd like to answer from both perspectives, select 'I have hiring responsibility' to answer firstly as an employer, and the questions relating to job-seeking will follow afterwards. However you only need to answer from one perspective to be entered for the prize draw.
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