Our founder Sam McKee, talks with Simon Birch from Ethical Consumer about the rise in demand for ethical employers, competition for conservation jobs and more. Read the article released in Ethical Consumers July/August 21 edition.
Sam McKee (Ethical Jobseeker) and David White (Environment Job) speak to Simon Birch from Ethical Consumer about the rise in demand for purposeful jobs, how environmental jobs have become more main stream and how you can use your skills for good. Read the full article here.
In a world where the challenges facing our planet can seem overwhelming, it's easy to feel that individual efforts might not make a significant impact. However, here's a thought that can spark a positive change in both your professional life and the broader community: Every skill we possess can be a powerful tool for positive transformation.
What are the UN sustainable development goals and why are they important for you and your career?
A short video explaining the UN Sustainable Development Goals. They are a great starting point for candidates looking for a career or job with purpose. Make sure you also check out some of the individual Goal articles in this careers advice section and read employer interviews with organisations that have these goals at the heart of their business.
We sit down with Ethical Consumer’s Ruth Strange, to talk about the organisation, their mission and values, including how the UN Sustainable Development Goals relate to their work and how they plan to grow in the years ahead. Ruth gives us a bit more insight into company culture at Ethical Consumer, as well as sharing useful resources for those looking to dive more into the industry and issues Ethical Consumer tackles.
As part of our ‘Work for UN Sustainable Goals’ series here at Ethical Jobseeker, we caught up with Rambert’s Head of HR and EDI, Tigho Feldman, to talk about the organisation, what they do, and why the UN Sustainable Development Goal 10 Reduced Inequalities is so important to Rambert.
Through our conversation we learn a bit more about the qualities Rambert look for in candidates, along with advice for future career changers and entry-level jobseekers.