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Sorry for the disappointing news but recruiters work for companies, not candidates. Think about it. Who is paying them? They don’t have time to do the market research and networking for each individual candidate to “get a job.” It doesn’t matter that you are a lovely person with a marketable skill-set; if you don’t fit the exact requirements for their current openings, recruiters may not be very responsive.

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If the New Year (or recent election) has got you thinking about overhauling your career – whether it’s a sideways move to a different sector, a push for a higher-level position at a new company, or a complete professional U-turn – you’ll be needing a strategy.

As I regularly tell my clients and the audiences at my speaking events, dream jobs don’t just land in your lap. It’s all very well sitting at your desk daydreaming about a new start in a perfect role, but if you want to actually make it happen, press pause on the wishful thinking and start planning to make those wishes come true.

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How many times have you started writing a CV or resume before you did a search for your dream job?

More than once? Every time? Neither response would surprise me. As a career coach with many years’ experience inside the HR department, I’ve seen the hallmarks of this approach arrive on my desk all too often. Which is why I’m going to give it to you straight and say: “Not so fast!”

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Global Innovation Fund has a great opportunity for a Senior Investment Partner (Public Sector) to be based in London or Washington D.C. The Senior Partner will have experience of: Managing, creating, and reforming complex partnership relationships and networks in the private and public sector in pursuit of social impact.

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Are you considering going back to school but feeling uncertain about whether an advanced degree is worth the investment? This is important to consider. Master’s degrees are expensive, intense and time consuming, and not – I repeat, NOT – guaranteed to get you a job. Not only that, but practical, tangible work experience is worth its weight in gold in the sustainability space.

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BSR has a new opportunity for a Manager, Collective Action Lead, MACN based in Copenhagen, Denmark. BSR’s Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) is a global business network working towards the vision of a maritime industry free of corruption that enables fair trade to the benefit of society at large. MACN and its members promote good corporate practice in the maritime industry for tackling bribes, facilitation payments, and other forms of corruption.

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In my work as a sustainability career coach I have found myself helping many former bankers repair and repurpose their professional lives. The 2008 financial crash forced us to reassess our lives, our careers and our values. Together, we have found that it is possible to make money while also making a positive difference in the world – you just have to know where to look.

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The Rainforest Alliance has a wonderful opportunity for a Project Manager, the Alliance of Sustainable Palm Oil in Indonesia. The Alliance for Sustainable Palm Oil, or Aliansi Sawit Lestari Indonesia (ASLI) is a project including Winrock International, Rainforest Alliance, Daemeter Consulting, Serikat Petani Kelapa Sawit and Association for Sustainable Palm Oil or Perkumpulan Sawit Lestari (PSL).

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