As a candidate for a rural development job, you’re likely to get a good amount of flak from the local population.
You might not be asked about your experience with development projects, or the amount of money you’ve raised for your community.
But the truth is that it can all be quite beneficial to your community, as you’ll be able to connect with the locals, learn more about them and help them improve their communities.
We’ve got you covered.
What do I need to know to get the job?
A rural development recruiter will need to: Have a relevant job-related experience in the local area.