We welcome every posting that's in some way related to environment, sustainability or nature, or otherwise seems like a good fit. Our mission is to support good work for a greener world.
No posting is rejected due to honest inability to pay. We understand that not everyone has budget available. If you had to pay, would that prevent you from posting? If the answer is yes, just choose 'Can't pay' on the posting page, and we'll take it from there.
Penny wise, pound foolish? But if you're hesitating because you're not sure it's worth it, please think again. When hiring someone who you'll be paying thousands in wages or salary, does it make sense to pinch pennies to find the best person? When you choose our suggested rate, our team goes to work for you. Paid postings tend to get stronger results, the results we're famous for... guaranteed.
So whether or not you can pay, please go ahead and post.
Why an honour system?
Most importantly, GoodWork attracts the best and brightest people, eager to help the environment. By posting with GoodWork, you'll save time and do better than all the emailing, tweeting and facebooking you could imagine. It's a win-win — for you, applicants and the environmental movement.
GoodWork is run by and for people who care about the environment. For years we ran GoodWork entirely for free. We helped countless groups, organizations, businesses, schools. It was completely altruistic. But then... we ran out of money and very nearly had to shut down. We learned that no matter how much we care and want to help, it's impossible to be truly effective on best intentions alone. So, in support of the many great projects that are underfunded, cash-strapped, volunteer run, we decided on a sliding scale system.
GoodWork may look simple, but behind the scenes we're tirelessly at work. Finding new employers. Seeking out great candidates. Helping with postings. Maintaining the site. Managing the details that bring it all together. We're very much here for the cause — but we need to pay the bills like anyone else. Hence, an honour system.
Supporting the environment since 2001.