If you need to find a new job in the nonprofit arena, and need to do so quickly, there are a few ways you can find good nonprofit jobs in just a few days. Jobs that you can often arrange interviews for quickly, and jobs you may just be given within only a week or two of hearing about them.
Start with nonprofit job boards -- The most important thing to do when looking for nonprofit jobs is to start with job boards.
These boards list nonprofit jobs all over the country. Some even list international nonprofit jobs, if that is something you may be interested in pursuing.
Not only do they list them, however, they are updated throughout the day with new listings and you can apply for these jobs via the job board. That means, within just a few minutes of finding a job listing, you could have your resume and your photograph in front of the recruiter who is hiring.
Recruiters -- Also known as headhunters, recruiters are a superb resource when it comes to looking for nonprofit jobs.
A good recruiter will have contacts at a slew of nonprofits, and will often know about job vacancy days or sometimes weeks before they are actually advertised.
Sign up with several recruiters, and you could find yourself getting interviews for some of the best nonprofit jobs you have ever seen.
Talk to everyone -- Finally, be sure to mention that you are job hunting to everyone you meet, whether they are friends, co-workers or ever just acquaintances you meet now and again.
You never know which person you know has heard of the perfect job for you, or which person has contacts with several nonprofits in your area and may be able to help.
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