Harris Hill has teamed up with Third Sector Jobs to offer charity employers and professionals the chance to win £150 Amazon voucher by completing this short recruiter perceptions survey.
Harris Hill is keen to hear what’s important to you in a charity specialist, how you feel about the service you receive from recruiters, and what could be improved to better support your recruitment or job search process.
If you’re an employer in the charity sector, this is your chance to share your experiences of recruiting, responding to questions including:
- What factors might you consider when choosing a recruitment consultancy?
- How would you rate Harris Hill’s understanding of the sector and your resourcing challenges?
- How well do you think Harris Hill provides you with well-matched candidates for your roles?
Meanwhile, if you’re a charity professional of any kind with experience of job-seeking in the sector, it’s an opportunity to share your thoughts on questions such as:
- What could recruitment consultancies do to better support you in your career?
- What are the two most important factors you look for in a charity recruiter?
- How well do you feel Harris Hill understands your needs and finds you the right kind of roles?
Faye Marshall, Harris Hill’s director of permanent recruitment and deputy CEO, comments:
"At a time when charities are competing for talent and jobseekers want to make the very best choices, it’s vital that we, as a charity recruitment specialist, have an up-to-the-minute understanding of their challenges and requirements, to make sure we’re genuinely meeting their needs and adapting as they change.
That’s why we’ve decided to partner with Third Sector Jobs to ask charity professionals and employers for their views on recruiters throughout the sector, how we’re doing ourselves, and where we can improve in order to better support them in the future."
To say a huge thank you for completing the survey, we will enter you into a prize draw for a chance to win £150 Amazon voucher. Your feedback will be confidential and responses will be anonymised for Harris Hill. The survey should take no longer than 5 minutes. Entries close on 9 March 2018.