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not for profit

"The team at Fletcher Jones were a pleasure to work with due to their professionalism and their ability to steer us through this process to a very successful conclusion."

Guy Cartwright, Bursar
Edinburgh Academy

The Not-for-Profit sector encompasses organisations that have a primary purpose that differs from generating financial gain for directors, members or shareholders; this may be to provide a public service or for societal benefit.

There is a wide range of interesting and challenging opportunities for individuals in their executive career who are genuinely passionate about making a difference to the world they live in, and for experienced/retired executives seeking to add value through a board appointment. Fletcher Jones has worked with a variety of different not for profit organisations, including charities, public bodies, independent schools, and trusts.

Richard Fletcher
Managing Director

Monica Langa
Director

Rachel Walling
Researcher

Leah Ronaldson
Director

Emma Walker
Researcher

"With over £1.1bn of assets to look after it is essential that we attract Trustees of the very highest calibre. The Fletcher Jones Team were a delight to work with. Well organised and completely professional..."
Ian Blackford, Chair, Golden Charter Trust Read in full

"Fletcher Jones took time to understand both our cultural context and operational requirements and delivered an excellent range of candidates that exceeded expectations"
Matthew Carpenter, Head of Finance/Company Secretary, The Salvation Army

"Fletcher Jones worked with the Edinburgh Academy to recruit a Commercial Director to head up our trading activity. The team at Fletcher Jones were a pleasure to work with due to their professionalism and their ability to steer us through this process to a very successful conclusion..." 
Guy Cartwright, Bursar, Edinburgh Academy Read in full

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