Charity leaders offered discounted advertisement for charity jobs

New and existing members of the Charity Times Leadership Network are being offered discounted rates on advertisements through Charity Times Jobs.

The new perk will see members, both current and new, gain a 15% discount on all Charity Times Jobs advertising rates.

All vacancies are advertised on the Charity Times e-mail newsletter, which reaches over 24,000+ subscribers and on the Charity Times website. All listings include branding and full details of the new role.

This is latest in the series of benefits for members of the Charity Times Leadership Network, who form a community of hundreds of leaders from across the charity sector.

What is the Charity Times Leadership Network?

The Charity Times Leadership Network is a membership service, created by the publishers of Charity Times, which has been designed to help provide charity leaders with the tools and guidance required to be a stronger and more influential leader.

What does membership include?

Premium membership to the network includes the following:

- A print edition of Charity Times magazine bi-monthly, delivered to an address of your choice
- Discounts on all Charity Times events in 2021
- A daily e-mail from the editor, containing key headlines and exclusive, in-depth content on issues affecting charity leadership
- Exclusive invitations to Charity Times events
- Access to regular surveys and reports
- Access to in-depth case studies, exclusive interviews and leadership diaries
- Access to the full archive of Charity Times digital magazines
- Early access to all Charity Times content, plus the opportunity to write regularly for the Charity Times website and magazine.

Click here to find out more details.

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