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80,000 Hours is Recruiting!

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If you’re here, you probably have some idea of what 80,000 Hours is about. We’re trying to build the world’s best career advice organisation that helps you make a difference. That’s a big project, and we’re growing fast.

If you’d like to help us out, now’s your chance. 80,000 Hours, and our sister organisations, are recruiting. The first stage of the recruitment process is specially designed to be really quick- you’ll fill in a little bit of basic information and then answer one question in 200 words or less. Everyone we’ve tested the question on thought it was pretty fun - although it does take a bit of serious thinking.

We’re looking for a Head of Career Research and Advice as well as a Head of Fundraising and External Relations. To find out more, click here.

Giving What We Can is looking for a Head of Communications. Effective Animal Activism is looking for an Executive Director. The Life You Can Save is looking for a Director of Outreach. For more information on these other roles click here.

If you have any questions, email recruitment@centreforeffectivealtruism.org

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