Aidjobs.org collects and summarises the latest job vacancies in the aid, development and nonprofit sectors. Jobs listed range from full-time employment to volunteering positions, internships and consultancies.
Careerjet serves as a database for job listings across a variety of job boards and recruitment sites in over 90 countries. Through Careerjet, job seekers can select their relevant criteria, and the Careerjet network will scan many international job-seeking sites accordingly. Additionally, Careerjet has its own job index, into which jobs are added daily. Through the database, users will be redirected to the original website from which Careerjet registered the job posting. Careerjet.co.za, a sub-site of Careerjet, focuses exclusively on job openings available in South Africa. The Careerjet network scans the many job-seeking sites based in South Africa daily and provides links to these positions. Careerjet relies equally on well known and discreet job seeking websites.
Eurojobs.com was one of the first job-seeking websites established in Europe, with the site officially launched in 1995. The site was designed to facilitate pan-European recruitment, and to render the European recruitment process simple and transparent for European job seekers. With a massive site re-vamp in 2006, Eurojobs.com continues to be one of the leading job websites in Europe. Eurojobs.com accommodates all European users with multi-lingual instructions and site features, as well as straightforward site interaction.
Idealist.org facilitates socially and environmentally responsible career choices through a website with a largely non-profit focused audience. Idealist began exclusively as a website for non-profits, equipped with resources and guides for users about the non-profit sector. Through enhanced funding and global awareness about Idealist, the site has consistently expanded, and it now includes government organizations and for-profit sectors. With a diverse and knowledgeable team of staff and board of directors, Idealist.org has blossomed as one of the leading job-seeking sites for non-profit and ethically driven job seekers.
As the world’s largest professional network, Linkedin.com boasts more than 135 million members across 200 countries and territories. Linkedin.com connects job seekers and employers through comprehensive professional networks. Linkedin profiles not only serve as individual representations, but they also connect individuals professionally and personally. Linkedin.com is available in 14 languages, and Linkedin offices can be found in 17 countries worldwide. The management team consists of top former executives from companies such as Yahoo!, Google, and Microsoft, and the quality and utility of the site is consistently enhanced and broadened.
The World Association of Non-Governmental Organizations (WANGO) is the leading global association of NGOs - uniting NGOs worldwide in the cause of advancing peace and global well being. WANGO has a dedicated job page on its website (www.wango.org) that incorporates all ngojobsonline.com job listings.
Founded in 1999, the African Conservation Foundation (ACF) is an Africa-wide network for conservation information and opportunities throughout the continent. Specifically, ACF aims to reconcile the human need for natural resources in Africa and the importance of conserving Africa’s biodiversity. The objectives of ACF are as follows: to link conservation programmes and initiatives across Africa; to provide assistance to grassroots conservation efforts in Africa; to support community based conservation projects; to provide educational information to the general public; and to develop ACF conservation projects. ACF is managed by a board of dedicated environmentalists and conservationists with decades of international experience in conservation. Indeed, the work of ACF has been so appreciated that, in 2002, the Dalai Lama publicly expressed his fondness for ACF.
The Society for Conservation Biology is an organization committed to the science around biological diversity. The organization aims to enhance scientific research on biological diversity and to help the scientific and conservation communities better manage and conserve the world’s ecosystems. The Conbio.org website offers up-to-date information on the latest scientific publications, conservation-related meetings and activities, and resources available to those individuals interested in conservation biology. These resources include: lists of academic and educational programmes in conservation biology, conservation tips, frequently asked questions about biodiversity, a bulletin board with international biodiversity highlights, and a job board with relevant conservation and scientific positions. The job board is freely viewable to all Conbio.org visitors.
ReliefWeb.int is administered by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, and it serves as an information exchange system for global humanitarian crises. With over 168,500 users subscribed to ReliefWeb’s notifications, and over 10 million visits to the site, ReliefWeb has an established readership and user-base. ReliefWeb scans a wide variety of international websites daily and consolidates the most up-to-date information on humanitarian issues. As an added feature on the site, ReliefWeb lists a number of humanitarian-focused jobs that are in accordance with the priorities and ethics of the site. Each job posting is reviewed by a ReliefWeb committee, and, if selected, will be listed on the ReliefWeb job board within 3 business days.