If you are interested in excelling in your charity career or working in the not-for-profit sector, join CharityConnect members and our expert panel on Wednesday 28th February 2018, at 1-2pm GMT for a LIVE Q&A on charity careers.
** To take part, simply comment your questions or thoughts below, and our panellists will reply to you during the hour. **
Do you work in the charity sector and want to develop in your career? Are you looking to move from the corporate world to the charity sector? Or are you looking to land your first charity job? This Q&A is for you!
Ask all your charity career questions and learn how to develop, succeed and get the most out of your charity career with direct answers from our expert panel.
The Panel:
Bruna De Palo is a professional Life Coach specialising in career changes and transitions to the not-for-profit sector. Working at CharityJob, the UK’s no. 1 job site for the not-for-profit sector, Bruna is currently leading an educational programme to help people find the right career for them.
Simon Beresford is the Head of Marketing and Fundraising at the relief and development charity All We Can. Simon has a background in corporate partnerships and fundraising, is a trustee for the national children’s charity Spurgeons, and is Co-Chair of the public fundraising group Bond.
Jamie Fraser has ten years experience in the charity sector, working in recruitment, fundraising and training fundraising teams for organisations including Amnesty International, St John’s Ambulance & World Animal Protection. Jamie is currently Senior Account Manager at CharityJob specialising in bespoke recruitment advertising for charities.
Sue Sowerby has twenty-five years' experience in recruiting for charities. Working as Search Consultant and Client Relationship Director for World Vision UK, Plan International UK, British Heart FoundationFreedom From Torture and many other charities has given Sue an expansive knowledge of the skills needed to work in the sector.
** If you can’t make the live hour, you’re welcome to comment any questions you’d like answered below. **
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