What is the role of the NFP in the selection process?

By Observership
Posted on 03 Jul 2020

On signing up as a Participating Board:

  • the organisation will be asked to provide preferences for the profile, skills and experience they look for in an Observer. If a Board either does not specify or does not have any preferences, organisations will be offered the most suitable candidate.
  • NFPs receive 2-4 candidate CVs to review and rank.
  • NFPs interview at least 2 of the proposed candidates, with interviews organised by The Observership Program.
  • NFPs provide post-interview feedback to The Observership Program which informs the final matching.
  • NFPs are invited to attend the Program launch to meet The Observership Program community.
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