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CharityJob Relaunches Recruiter Customer Experience


CharityJob relaunched its website today – – with an improved customer experience for charity recruiters.

The new site enables recruiters to gain a better understanding of who they are, what they have to offer and why they’re the best option for anyone recruiting in the charity sector.

CharityJob have also proudly unveiled their refreshed brand – rolling out across all channels – which includes new messaging, a new logo and visual identity.

The CharityJob recruiter website, social media channels, email communications and offline branding have all been refreshed as part of a review of the brand’s positioning and messaging.

The new CharityJob brand and visual identity were created by IE Brand, while the website enhancements were delivered by their in-house team. CharityJob has a development roadmap in place for the platform and plans to relaunch the candidate side of the website in 2018.

Ollie Leggett, Managing Director and Brand Consultant at IE Brand, commented:

“It’s been great to work alongside a company so clearly committed to the sector and to making a difference. It was important to bring CharityJob’s founding values to the fore, and remind recruiters and candidates that they are way more than just a job board. CharityJob is a team of passionate specialists with deep sector expertise, who enable charities to thrive in an ever more challenging climate, and who help candidates to make the most of their talents.”

Raya Wexler, Co-Founder of CharityJob said:

“Over the last 17.5 years, CharityJob has helped over 20,000 charities and not-for-profits to find their best people, and save millions of pounds in recruitment fees. This latest investment in the recruiter side of the website will take us forward and make it even easier for employers to manage vacancies and find their ideal candidates.”

“Our new brand, created by IE Brand, is an expression of how proud we are to be the sector’s best champion and of our ongoing support – including giving 10% of our profits back to charity as well as offering free advertising for voluntary roles.”