By now you have heard about our new job board, NonProfit Talent Match. What you might not know is what makes it different from our previous site. While there are a number of significant additions, the biggest one is the Real-Time Job Matching system.
Step 1: What Job Are You Seeking?
NonProfit Talent Match’s Real-Time Job Matching displays only the jobs that are most relevant to your skillset. This means that you don’t have to worry about sifting through job postings that have no relevance to your career goals. The first step to making this a reality is describing what type of job you want, and the location you want to search. Talent Match will pull a list of suggested job titles for you to choose from. You can also enter a custom title.
Step 2: Fill In Your Qualifications
Next you will need to select all of the qualifications that apply to you to further target your search. Select as many skills as possible, as this will increase the amount of jobs that will appear for you. On this same page you can also upload your resume for employers to view (this increases by 80% your chance of being viewed by employers).
Step 3: Select Your Experience Level
The final step you need to complete before you start viewing jobs is the simplest one: Select your experience level. Choose from either Non-Managerial, Manager, or Senior Manager and Talent Match will send you on your way to finding the best nonprofit jobs for you. Jobs will be sorted by how closely they match your qualifications and location preferences. Jobs with a full green circle next to them are determined to be the best match for you. If you are not satisfied with the amount of great matches for you, simply add more qualifications and complete the rest of your profile by adding your resume, employment history, and education. Remember, more detail = better matches!
So why are you waiting? Complete your profile today and get continue on the path to your nonprofit career!
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