Not-for-profit career opportunities with Forum3.

DanT, August 20, 2009

Forum3, the UK’s largest not-for-profit career fair, is once again to be the scene for some of the most important recruitment debate of the year. The world’s best known charities and thousands of job seekers from both public and private sectors are to assemble at London’s Business Design Centre in Islington between September 10 -11.

At a time of economic uncertainty, people are increasingly looking for career opportunities in the not-for-profit sector, which is becoming ever more dynamic, diverse and financially rewarding. Charities such as The Big Issue, Save The Children, Cancer Research UK, Met Police, RSPCA and The Salvation Army are all on site to identify new talent and debate the latest developments in the sector.

“As the economic uncertainty continues, the not-for-profit sector continues to be a safer and more rewarding option for many. Not only is it highly motivating but salaries are also getting closer to those in the private sector. We expect this year to see a wide range of people from both private and pubic sector looking for new career opportunities,” said Deborah Hockham, director at forum3.

As a committed member of the Public Sector recruitment family Jobsgopublic will be attending Forum3, exhibiting on stand 142. 'I dont think many job boards are having trouble attracting potential canidates and visitors in the current climate, but we are committed to ensuring our candidate base is quality driven. Forum3 provides good exposure to candidates who are serious about a public sector career, those are the candidates we want visiting and applying on www.jobsgopublic.com', commented Dan Taylor-Edwards, Marketing Manager of Jobsgopublic.   

For the latest in Charity & Voluntary vacancies from Jobsgopublic please click here.

For more information on Forum3 and how you can attend click here.   

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