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Save the Children Overview

Fairfield, CT
1001 to 5000 employees
Nonprofit Organization
$500 million to $1 billion (USD) per year
UNICEF, Oxfam, International Rescue Committee
Save the Children can offer you the chance to have a career alongside focused, inspiring people and play an important part in ensuring we keep our promises to children. Our work is both ambitious and challenging, delivering real results for vulnerable children and their ... Read more

Mission: In 2015, as we celebrated great progress for children, Save the Children strengthened its resolve to reach millions who are still denied the health care, education and protection every child deserves.

We reached an estimated 185 million children in ... Read more

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Save the Children President & CEO Carolyn Miles
Carolyn Miles
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    I have been working at Save the Children full-time (More than a year)


    Great company to work for and very dedicated people


    Offices are less than desireable.

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    Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Fairfield, CT
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    I applied online. The process took 5 weeks. I interviewed at Save the Children (Fairfield, CT) in February 2017.


    Throughout the whole process i had to consistently follow up with them to see what was going on, there were lags. They would email me, and then it would be silent until i followed up and then they would take action. Initially, The recruiter called me for a brief phone call to screen which felt like the interview itself. Then I went in person to meet the people that i'd be working alongside. They didn't know i was coming in person, which i've seen on glass door that it seemed to be very disorganized. a majority of this whole process was an emphasis on what the job would entail without anyone actually knowing what the structure of it would be like. I had a blasé attitude knowing i could handle it. but ultimately was not given the offer. The hiring managers were very kind though and recommended staying in touch.

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