HOW IT WORKS
STEP 1: CREATE YOUR PROFILE
Take 4 minutes to tell us more about you. By sharing things like impact areas of interest, skills, and location, we can help you discover jobs that you might want to apply to. Your information stays private until you apply to a role, and it’s totally free.
STEP 2: YOUR DASHBOARD
Log into your Dashboard to manage your profile, access member-only resources, and view current open jobs. Visit our Career Hub for career workbooks, social impact networking events, and advice from thought leaders across the web.
STEP 3: RECEIVE EMAIL ALERTS FOR JOBS
When we think you might want to apply to a job with one of our clients, we email you and invite you to apply. We’re on-boarding new clients often, and we’re selective about our matches, so don’t worry if you don’t get matched right away.
ReWork is designed for passive-job seekers, so if you’re actively looking for a role, check out the active job board list in our Career Hub.
STEP 4: APPLY TO JOBS
When you receive a job match, you can read more about the job on our custom job site, and apply directly. Once you apply to a role, you will be contacted by a ReWork Search Director, and passed along to the next round if you’re a great fit!
OUR PHILOSOPHY ON MEANINGFUL WORK
After interviewing thousands of job-seekers and companies, and studying the research of top experts in the field of work, purpose, and psychology, we believe there are four universal attributes of fulfilling work: legacy, mastery, freedom, and alignment. We use this framework in our matching and interview process to ensure that you’ll be placed in a job that’s truly right for you.
A higher purpose, a mission, a cause. This means knowing that in some way — large or small — the world will be a better place after you’ve done your work.
This refers to the art of getting better and better at skills and talents that you enjoy using, to the extent that they become intertwined with your identity. Picture a Jedi, or a Samurai, or a master blacksmith.
The ability to choose who you work with, what projects you work on, where and when you work each day, and getting paid enough to responsibly support the lifestyle that you want.
Shared values between individuals and organizations. Being in alignment with your employer means that you share beliefs when it comes to culture, mission, and purpose.