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CharityJob launches competition to help young job seekers find work in the charity sector

26th February 2014
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Charityjob.co.uk, the UK’s top website for jobs in the charity sector, is launching The Dream Candidate Competition on 3rd March - the start of National Careers Week.

It’s tough finding work, but the competition aims to help you find a job with a charity - the winner’s details will be distributed to CharityJob’s database of 20,000 charity employers.

So - could you be The Dream Candidate?

All you have to do is upload your video-CV or poster-CV on CharityJob’s talent academy Facebook page  and to invite your friends to ‘like’ your entry.

The video with the highest number of ‘likes’ will be named “The Dream Candidate” and your details will be distributed to CharityJob’s employer database.

Steve Wexler, Director of CharityJob, says “We hope as many people enter this competition as possible. The winner’s CV details will be distributed to our entire database of charities. There are a million unemployed young people, aged 18 to 24, in Britain. We want to help them find employment in the charity sector. We will announce where the winner lands a job at a later date.”

National Careers Week runs from 3rd to 7th March – find out more information here.

The CharityJob competition runs until May. To upload your video-cv or poster-cv, visit http://www.dreamcandidate.me

Join the conversation on twitter with the hashtag #dreamcandidate




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