The Right Ethos
Contact: Jonathan Dearth
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About The Right Ethos
The Right Ethos is dedicated to external affairs recruitment in the non-profit sector. Our personal service ensures that we are able to match the right candidates with the right opportunities. We make recruiting easier and more efficient, providing the highest quality and best suited candidates.
Roles we specialise in include:
Communications | Public Affairs | Campaigns | Policy | Parliamentary | Digital & Social Media | PR, Press & Media | Programme Management
The Right Ethos was founded by Jonathan Dearth, our Director, who worked in the campaigning sector for 13 years, for organisations including Amnesty International, Shelter, Liberty and the World Development Movement. Jonathan’s expertise allowed him to identify the key facets of recruiting and apply them to his knowledge of campaigning and communications.
The Right Ethos was set up to recognise that people who work for campaigning organisations are motivated by justice and long term change. This motivation is what we regard as having the right ethos for working for our clients.
“The ability to effectively generate change requires a particular kind of person. A person motivated by justice, committed, persistent and resilient when under pressure. A person who doesn’t give up and believes in the causes they are campaigning for. A person with The Right Ethos.”
We see ourselves as an extension of the non-profit sector. We identify our client’s objectives and we are motivated by the challenge of providing the best person for their roles.
Our team offers a personal and flexible service working closely with our clients, and guiding our candidates throughout the recruitment process. With over 30 years’ combined experience in the charity external affairs sector, our team has the expertise and passion to make your recruitment story a successful one.
The Right Ethos
6 jobs with The Right Ethos
Collective Voice is the national alliance of drug and alcohol treatment charities. We believe that anyone in England with a substance use problem s...
The organisation: An international NGO The role: To create policy positions along with the collaboration of programme colleagues and senior colleag...
The organisation: A health charity The role: To create opportunities for members to take part in the organisation’s governance and work. To promote...
The role: To help affect the policy of central and local government To support senior team member and offer advice to the senior staff of the organ...
The organisation: A social welfare campaign The role: To work in a successful team to provide additional energy to maximise the media impact To sel...
The organisation A young person’s campaign The role: To be the first port of call for press enquiries To create and develop relationship with journ...