Polly Symondson Recruitment | PSR - Specialist Regional Charity Recruitment
Polly Symondson Recruitment, PSR, Specialist Regional Recruitment for the Charity Sector, Cheltenham, UK
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Whether you are a fundraising candidate or a charity employer, Polly Symondson Recruitment Limited is a specialist consultancy that will save you time and trouble when it comes to recruitment in the charity sector.

PSR’s expertise is in working with regionally based charities searching out and seeking the very best fundraising talent. We use our years of experience working in fundraising to match the needs of our clients and our candidates to ensure we go further than just filling a fundraising position.

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My heart is bursting! Just spoke to a brilliant community fundraiser. She is a relationship builder, a motivator and project manager who smashes her targets and her sole aim is to make the world better. This is what our sector is about #fundraisingtwitter #proudfundraiser

Last day to apply for this brilliant role with @ChildrensAirAmb. Community Fundraising Executive, homebased, covering Oxfordshire, up to £26k + £5k car allowance, genuine flexibility. Awesome team to be part of. DM me for details. http://ow.ly/9wxX50FcroA #fundraisingjobs

This title is missing two important words on the end - “for survivors”.

Whilst this is the right decision, it’s another statement that doesn’t centre the women involved or take responsibility.

Apologising for “mistakes that happened during my time” is a classic non-apology. https://twitter.com/thirdsector/status/1405482359068282883

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CIoF chair to step down early after a 'very difficult year'

https://www.thirdsector.co.uk/ciof-chair-step-down-early-very-difficult-year/fundraising/article/1719580

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