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Monday, 6th February 2012 at 11:58 am
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The ‘Best Practice Recruitment and Selection Guide’ – a tool kit for the community sector - is a free resource from the Victorian Government Department of Planning and Community Development, aimed at assisting the community sector in the recruitment and selection of candidates.

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Not sure how to go about hiring the best staff for your Not for Profit?
Monday, 6th February 2012 at 11:58 am

The ‘Best Practice Recruitment and Selection Guide’ – a tool kit for the community sector – is a free resource from the Victorian Government Department of Planning and Community Development, aimed at assisting the community sector in the recruitment and selection of candidates.

The tool kit, first published in 2010, includes sections on planning, selection, job analysis, interviewing and making a selection decision.

It complements the Government’s Community Sector Workforce Capability Framework as part of the Strengthening Community Organisations Action Plan by the Office of Community Sector, aimed at assisting organisations to align their workforce with the environment in which they operate.

The Framework is intended to help identify the skills that organisations within the sector need to undertake their work and can be used in the development of job descriptions, identification of training requirements and to ensure that organisations have the right range of skills and knowledge now, and in the future, to meet their organisational aims.

With a series of information sheets to complement each chapter, the guid, ‘Best practice recruitment and selection – a tool kit for the community sector’ is a one-stop-shop to finding the right candidate, the right way!

The ‘Best practice recruitment and selection – a tool kit for the community sector’ guide can be downloaded here (PDF).
 

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