The 2019 National Recruitment Federation Fellowship Event will take place on Thursday 12th September in The Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin.
The event, sponsored by Bullhorn, is an annual gathering of all those who have received ERF Fellowship.
On the night ERF President, Frank Farrelly, will also announce the recipient of the Honorary ERF Fellowship Award. The award is given in recognition of the individual’s outstanding contribution to the recruitment profession.
Keep an eye on our website for details of the winner, and photos from the event.
For more information about ERF Fellowship please see below.
What is National Recruitment Federation (ERF) Fellowship?
Fellowship of the ERF is awarded to a member of an agency in a senior role and who has been in the recruitment profession for 10 years, or more, who is currently employed by an ERF member.
ERF Fellowship gives the individual clear recognition of their service, dedication and commitment to the recruitment profession throughout their career. It also highlights, to peers and employers, their recruitment knowledge, skills and expertise.
How Can I Become an ERF Fellow?
Individual members of the ERF can apply for fellowship. They must be in a senior role and in recruitment for at least 10 years. All applications are reviewed annually by the ERF Fellowship Committee, and once the specific set of criteria are met, and references have been checked and verified, a certificate, with the ERF Fellowship seal, is awarded to the individual.
For a full list of ERF Fellows click here.
What is the Honorary ERF Fellowship Award?
Each year the ERF Fellowship Committee awards an Honorary ERF Fellowship to an individual in recognition of their outstanding contribution to the recruitment profession.
To date a total of 8 Honorary ERF Fellowship Awards have been awarded. Recipients include: