Ethical Jobs Blog
Career advice, tips and behind-the-scenes interviews to help you find yourself an ethical job.
People find amazing jobs on EthicalJobs.com.au every day. This month we speak to Kat Lucas-Healey, who found her job as a Senior Policy Officer in the Victoria Government on EthicalJobs.com.au.
In this guest post – an excerpt from the new book Lead Like a Woman by positive psychology expert Michelle McQuaid and strategist/researcher Megan Dalla-Camina – we ask: what is your purpose? Why are you here? Why do you get up and do what you do every day?
Can you believe we're already at the end of 2016?! If you want to get a head start on your job search over the break, we've assembled a list of our 10 most popular blog posts of 2016.
Have you ever wondered what hiring managers are looking for when recruiting for Australia's most sought-after NFPs? This month we speak to Susan Kay from SNAICC, the national non-government peak body representing the interests of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families.
Have you ever had a recruiter reach out to pitch you a great new job opportunity? There's no denying it can be flattering, and it can be hard to see being poached as anything but positive – but there's three reasons it's not all it's cracked up to be.
It's December! And with the end of the year coming fast, it’s probably time to take stock of the past 12 months – and the year to come – when it comes to your career.
Have you ever wondered exactly what hiring managers are looking for when recruiting for Australia's most sought-after NFPs? This month we spoke to the Burnet Institute's Human Resources Advisor Anita Cranwell to find out.
Imagine you've spotted an ad for your dream ethical job. It sounds like the perfect role for you, and your heart is thumping with excitement as you read through the description. That is, until you reach the selection criteria and realise you only meet five of the eight requirements. What do you do?
People find amazing jobs on EthicalJobs.com.au every day. Today’s story is from Katherine Copsey, who found her former role as an Electorate Officer at the Office of Greg Barber – the parliamentary leader of the Australian Greens in Victoria – on EthicalJobs.com.au.
Taking care of yourself is important no matter what you do for a living. But when it comes to those working in 'caring professions' – like social work, youth work, disability support, psychology, mental health or counselling, for example – it’s all the more important.