Where are they hiding? Finding and Attracting NFP Staff

Webinar Overview

This will review a range of sourcing options for hiring NFP/Charity focused professionals. This will include:

  • Job boards: From specialist to generalist; a review of which job boards deliver. This will include the key tactics you need to deploy to optimise your adverts
  • CV Databases: What ones to use and how to use them whilst saving time. How to make an engaging cold approach with new candidates
  • LinkedIn: Review of the transactional sourcing model (used for one-off projects) and how to build a medium-long term strategy to help provide for an ongoing need
  • Social Media: How other NFPs are using Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to source applicants, what works and what doesn’t
  • Non-traditional approaches to recruitment: Review of some of the more left-field examples on how to source applicants
  • Application process: Now you have found them how do you encourage them to apply? A discussion on NFP application forms and ideas on how they can be streamlined

Your Trainer

Adrian McDonagh

EasyWeb Group

Adrian McDonagh founded EasyWeb Group in 2005. He oversees the training and technology teams at EasyWeb. His formal job title is “Chief Ideas Officer” which probably says more about his personality than what his job entails. The best explanation we could get from him was “Part-time trainer, part-time product manager, part-time business owner, full time online recruitment ninja” – make of that what you will.

Click here to view Adrian’s LinkedIn Profile

Who should attend?

This webinar is for HR Professionals and In-house recruiters at UK based non-profit organisations. Unfortunately we cannot accommodate attendees from other business areas. We regret that our events are not open to recruitment consultants.

If you wish to attend but are not an HR professional or In-house Recruiter, please contact us at info@easywebtraining.com to find out if you are eligible to attend.

To view our webinar Terms and Conditions please click here.

Upcoming Dates & Times

Wednesday 25th September 2019
10:30am – 11:30am GMT