Resources for ethical job-seekers and employers

Looking for an ethical job or trying to fill an ethical job vacancy with your community organisation or social enterprise? These resources should give you a helping hand in the search.

 

Looking for an ethical job?

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A free, useful resource for Social Workers to help you articulate your values and needs and proactively create the career you want. This four-phase process includes reflecting on why you are a Social Worker, gaining insight into your particular strengths, identifying where in social work your purpose best fits, and identifying what you need to stay nourished throughout your career.

 

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Resources for recruiting and managing staff

Have you ever advertised a job but been disappointed with the response? Download EthicalJobs.com.au's seven-step guide to writing a job ad that's simply irresistable to ethical job-seekers.

A site created by EthicalJobs.com.au for HR professionals, volunteer managers and other not-for-profit executives or board members interested in how to recruit, train and retain the best staff for their organisation.

A short guide to tracking "source-of-hire" data for not-for-profit organisations. It could save your organisation thousands of dollars.

With literally hundreds of different job-search sites in Australia, it’s easy to be confused about different claims that some sites can make. If you’re comparing us with other sites, this guide will help!

Fact sheets and other information from Justice Connect to help your organisation in the recruitment process.

A set of free resources from the Northern Territory Council of Social Service (NTCOSS) with information sheets including job advertising, interviewing, recruitment and retention.

This guide developed by RMIT University provides strategies for disability service providers to draw on when recruiting and sustaining a workforce of disability support workers.

 

Resources for recruiting and managing volunteers

Volunteering Australia has developed this great resource that can help you find and retain volunteers.

A great series of case studies from Volunteering Qld.

Check out this interesting article by Debbie Haski-Leventhal that looks at using positioning and perceptual mapping tools to improve targeted volunteer recruitment campaigns.