Third Sector Jobs champions small charities with new rates

Charities with incomes of less than £500,000 a year will now pay from only £150 to advertise a job

Small charities can now advertise jobs on Third Sector’s recruitment website from as little as £150.

Under a new pricing structure launched this week, charities with incomes of less than £500,000 a year will pay from £150 to advertise a role.

Charities with incomes of between £500,000 and £1m can post a job for £360, saving £100 on the standard rate. Charities with incomes of more than £1m a year will pay from £460 for a job ad.

Third Sector Jobs has made the change after feedback showed that charities wanted a pricing structure tailored to the size of the organisation.

Vicky Quinn, head of UK recruitment for Third Sector, said: "We understand the pressures charities are facing around their recruitment, especially small charities whose budgets are more restricted than ever. But at the same time, we believe recruitment is key to success, which is why we are partnering with charities and launching exclusive rates to ensure they can continue investing in their crucial recruitment drive to meet their short and long-term talent needs."

Charlie Dearden of the Independent Parental Special Educational Needs Advice, said: "As a small charity, finding someone with the capacity to take on the responsibility for big recruitment drives can be very challenging, especially for top-level posts.

"Partnering with Third Sector Jobs has hugely boosted our ability to recruit effectively on a small budget. As a charity-specific job board it has enabled us to access much more competitive prices than on a generic national jobsite and we are delighted with the new special rates that have been launched - it shows they feel our pain."

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