EthicalJobs.com.au is a job-search site for people who want to work for a better world.
We bridge the gap between the thousands of not-for-profit organisations that strive to make our world a better place, and our community of passionate, values-driven job-seekers. As a for-profit, social enterprise and one of Australia’s top job-search sites for the not-for-profit sector and beyond, we support the work of more than 4,000 organisations around the country, and have a passionate community of around 200,000 unique users visiting the site each month.
Jobboard Finder’s opinion
Summary: Created by Michael Cebon in 2009, Ethical Jobs was the type of job board he wanted for himself. A job board making a difference one job at a time. Since it didn’t already exist, he created it. There is a very detailed “About Us” page, including photos. On social media, there are 3 733 followers on Twitter and 46 620 on Facebook.
Design: The homepage has a search engine box on the left-hand side and featured jobs next to it. The rest of the page is full of job categories. Once in the job listing, the search engine and filters (keyword, location, work type, classification, sector, employer, publication date, expiry date) remain in the same place, and the job offers appear in a grid (including logos and company names but no publication date). Logos also remain at the top of open job offers. Otherwise, the layout is standard.
The job board objective: If it’s important to work in an ethical job, then you’ll relate to what Ethical Jobs is trying to do.
Recruiter observations: The prices are online.
Jobseeker observations: Jobseekers don’t need an account to apply to jobs. The application process is explained for each job.
The job offers: There are currently 1 357 jobs online. Most are in Social Work and Management
Reactivity: The team answers very quickly.
Special features: The job alerts; the photos and bio of the team members; the news (nothing new since last year); the blog.
Verdict: Despite a slightly outdated font, the site works quite well. We recommend checking out what they have to offer.
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