We understand that not-for-profits require good people, who view the world through a different lens. Advance Careers specialises in sourcing the most dedicated and passionate people of the industry, who are committed to making a change. We place talented and dedicated people in a wide range of roles including board members, executives, fundraising, marketing and operations experts.
We couple our commercial know-how with our knowledge of the challenges facing not-for-profit organisations to give you a competitive advantage in a growing market. We apply a holistic approach to not-for-profit recruitment that truly identifies the motivation and commitment of each candidate. We are a full-service agency and provide end-to-end people solutions including:
We are as invested as you in creating tailored recruitment solutions that fit the needs and special culture of your organisation. We utilise all avenues including our networks, relevant industry bodies and social media to track down top talents.
The unique nature of the not-for-profit sector requires consultants, who thoroughly understands the financial and policy demands that affect your organisation. We stay on top of emerging trends within your industry.
We understand that the dynamic nature of the not-for-profit sector can lead to the need to cut costs. This can be hard for both employers and employees alike. We are here to assist with facilitating the transition for your valued employees and provide them with professional guidance and advice on life outside your organisation.
Our highly experienced legal practitioners provide legal services and advice in relation to employment and industrial relations law, employment contracts, occupational health and safety, professional misconduct and more.
“I highly recommend Advance Careers because their recruitment style is a two-way street. They know how important it is to find candidates who are talented and genuinely want to commit. They went above and beyond in searching for candidates that would really make a difference.”