Jobs of the week: October 28, 2016

As I search for my next job and interview with a variety of HR professionals from different industries, I secretly wish that they all took at least a couple of anthropology classes while they were getting the degrees that prepared them for this position. I expect companies to choose their HR staff wisely as a means to guarantee talent acquisition at the highest level, for any project they might have.

Speaking of which, this week I have a Corporate Recruiter position with ROI Revolution in Raleigh NC, that requires 1 year of recruiting experience and a bachelor’s degree. You’ll get all the training you need to quickly learn about the different positions within the company, as well as their hiring process. Once you’re up to speed, you’ll work alongside other corporate recruiters to meet the staffing needs of the organization. For more details on how to apply, click here.

If you do not want to move to the City of Oaks anytime soon, how about a job in Sydney, Australia with the Fred Hollows Foundation as Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor? As part of the Knowledge and Innovation Division, this role provides technical advice to the country teams on the development of monitoring and evaluation (M&E) plans and systems that build evidence of what is working and support learning and program improvement. You will work to build the capacity of program teams to commission and use evaluations. You will also contribute to the development, roll-out and use of an agency-wide Program Results Framework, and systems to support the effective collection and dissemination of M&E data and findings across our programs.For more details on how to apply, click here.

Good luck, fellow job seekers, and until next week!

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