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Ashby Jenkins Recruitment is a sector-leading recruitment agency supporting charity and not-for-profit organisations to find the best talent. We specialise in fundraising, innovation, digital, data, supporter care, prospect research and marketing roles.

Our team is made up of ex-charity sector professionals and experienced recruiters using their expert and collaborative approach to find you the best Innovation Manager, Major Donor Fundraiser, Individual Giving Officer, Data Analyst, Supporter Care Manager, Project Lead and Membership Manager in the sector. We work across the whole of the UK, have a wealth of sector knowledge and are the leaders in our field.

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Corporate

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Trusts and Foundations

Trusts and Foundations

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Direct Marketing and Legacy

Direct Marketing and Legacy

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Community

Community

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Innovation

Innovation

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Digital Fundraising

Digital Fundraising

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Database & Analysis

Database & Analysis

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Supporter Care

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Prospect Research & Insight

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Office Support or Office Operations

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Project Support & Management

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Our pledge for diversity

As an organisation recruiting on behalf of the charitable sector we are wholly committed to equal opportunities for all of the people we come into contact with.

When recruiting for fundraising roles we assess candidates based on their competencies and client requirements, irrespective of gender, age, ethnic or national origin, marital status, religion, sexual orientation or disability.

We have pledged to do the following to increase equal opportunities:

  1. We will challenge unnecessary requirements on your JDs that will prevent sections of society from applying for roles
  1. We will only be submitting anonymised CVs in the future, removing anything highlighting protected characteristics
  2. We will ask you what your organisation and the role needs, and submit people who we know are capable of doing the job based on their skills and experience
  3. We commit to annual events on inclusion in the sector to ensure best practice is shared

This is our pledge and I ask our charity clients, candidates and fellow recruitment agencies supporting the charity sector to join us and do the same and help improve equal opportunities across the sector.

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Our webinar series

Throughout the COVID-19 outbreak we have been trying to support the sector as much as we can which resulted in us launching our successful webinar series. In each webinar we tackle a topic that is impacting the sector, providing fundraisers and leaders with insight and tips on how to adapt their programmes. To catch up with the previous webinars you can see the video recordings below:

Read our blog for tips on how to enhance your job search or find the right candidate for you.

Interview Process – Best Practice

When inviting a candidate to interview, you must remember that they are also interviewing you. You are responsible for selling your organisation, the team and the role. We are noticing

2021 Sector Survey Results – Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

As many of you are aware, ED&I is incredibly important to us at Ashby Jenkins Recruitment. In 2020, we updated our policies, trained our consultants, established the Small Charity ED&I

Five common mistakes you could be making when recruiting

As January 2022 started, we were all expecting (and hoping for) a huge increase in the number of candidates applying for jobs, leaving behind the candidate-short market of 2021. But

We See You. We Hear You.

Last year, we launched the sector’s very first Equality, Diversity and Inclusion survey and released a report to share our findings with you. It was very exciting and humbling to