Stuart Bell – Founder, CEO
” Robertson Bell was founded in 2007 out of my aspiration to provide an alternative type of recruitment service. Honesty, integrity and professionalism did not abound in our industry and unfortunately that can still be true today. Robertson Bell is different. We offer a straight forward, genuinely consultative recruitment service to those seeking employment and organisations looking to recruit talented people. In addition, we are proud and passionate people who work tirelessly on behalf of our clients. We recruit Finance, Fundraising, HR, ICT and Procurement specialists, typically at mid-senior level, with the charitable and wider not for profit sector. You can trust us and rely on us to deliver. That is our promise.”
“To be the most respected employer and recruiter of choice, providing the leading recruitment service to the not for profit and public sector in each of our chosen markets.“
Work for us
We focus on finding the right people to deliver a professional, personalised and consultative service to clients and candidates. Since the launch of the Robertson Bell Academy programme in 2015 we have benefited from accelerated growth and relocated to larger premises in central London and the Midlands.
We are always looking for bright, highly motivated individuals that share our core values to join our professional team. All our consultants receive the best Director lead training and sales support the market has to offer with a clear route for progression to management and above.
Our people are extremely important to us. They are the heart of our business and we invest heavily to ensure hard work and results are recognised and rewarded with uncapped bonuses, quarterly and annual incentives and away days.
A career with benefits!
- Bespoke, market leading training, combining Director lead inhouse training and development with external sales courses
- Clear routes for progression to management level and above
- Specialist management training and development
- Achievable targets with uncapped earnings
- Individual and team performance bonus scheme
- Quarterly team experience days
- Annual day out at Royal Ascot
- Annual stay away Christmas party
- Millionaires Rolex Club
- A fun, supportive working environment is central to our success
- Manager benefit package
- Share option scheme
We have ambitious growth plans! So, if you think you have what it takes to excel as a recruitment consultant we would love to hear from you. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a copy of your CV.
We are committed to managing our business in such a way that it has a positive impact on society. We carry out a number of activities to contribute to the community including;
- Offering periodic free training and coaching workshops to candidates and clients on both self and career development.
- Volunteering at a palliative care hospice.
- Voluntary work for a local school.
- Optimising the use of energy to ensure the efficient use of materials.
- Making an annual donation to charity and matching the donation raised by the winner of The Robertson Bell Charity Challenge.
We are very proud of the fact that many of our employees get involved with charities by either raising money or volunteering and with so many charities to choose from and not wanting to be biased, we set up the Robertson Bell Charity Challenge.
The scheme encourages individuals to raise money or volunteer for causes that they feel passionate about and at the end of the year Robertson Bell has committed to matching the highest amount of money raised by an individual for their chosen cause.
Jacqui Invited Us to Wear our Hattiest Hats!
We proved we were all as mad as hatters and ate copious amounts of cake to support Brain Tumour Research, the only national charity in the UK that is dedicated to raising funds for continuous and sustainable scientific research into brain tumours and raised £135.50.
Issy Boxed her way to £575 for Cancer Research UK
Issy (right) put her boxing gloves on to train and contend in the Northampton Ultimate White Collar Boxing event raising a whopping £575 for Cancer Research UK!
Angela Raised £225 for Children in Need
We had a very cosy day in the office dressed in our pyjamas or as a superhero and ate LOTS of cake to raise money for Children in Need, a charity that dedicates its time to disadvantaged children and young people in the UK.
Noreen Hosted Christmas Jumper Day
Noreen raised £108 by charging the Robertson Bell team to wear their most wonderful festive jumpers to raise money for Save the Children, a great cause, who’s vision is a world is where every child survives, learns, and is protected.
Tom competed in the Birmingham half for Macmillan!
Stepping up to the plate, for his chance to compete in this years company charity challenge Tom, competed in the Great Birmingham Run, the second biggest half marathon (13.1 miles) in the UK! Running in honour of Macmillan Cancer Support he raised an impressive £600!
Macmillan Coffee Morning 2017
The team put their best whisks forward for this year’s Macmillan Coffee morning. Macmillan have been running this event for over 25 years and it has now grown into the world’s biggest coffee morning! On Thursday and Friday, the office was filled with a selection of treats and in total we raised £108! Here’s to combining our passions: cakes and charity.
Charity Challenge quiz raises £168 for Friends of the Elderly
Imogen continued her charity challenge run with a brilliant quiz to raise money for Friends of the Elderly. A charity dedicated to ensuring that older people enjoy fulfilled and joy filled lives; the charity organises a host of community and support services that aim to enrich and improve the lives of the elderly and have schemes that offer valuable opportunities for companionship.
Jenine ran with the herd raising £222 for the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
Runners, joggers and walkers gathered at Clapham Common to take part in the 5/10/15K Enormous Elephant Run. This spectacular event aims to inspire people of all ages by raising awareness of existential threat from ivory poachers, human-wildlife conflict and habitat destruction. The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust work to protect Kenya’s wildlife, including elephants, doing all they can to protect wild herds, treat injured elephants and care for calves, orphaned by ivory poaching.
Imogen baked up a storm to raise £78 for Comic Relief
Imogen put her baking skills to excellent use with a cake sale to raise crucial income for Comic Relief; a charity whose mission is to drive positive change and raise awareness of the root causes of poverty and social injustice in the UK and across the world on issues such as immunisation, mental health, education, domestic violence and fighting malaria.
Angela conquered the Bicester Triathlon and raised £553 for Cancer Research UK
By swimming 200m, cycling 11.5km, and running 3km, Angela was able to raise vital funds for Cancer Research, a UK charity that pioneers research to find new ways to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer with the vision of bringing forward the day when all cancers are cured.
Keeran got down and dirty at the Nottingham Tough Mudder to raise £600 for SOS Africa
SOS Africa is a UK based grass roots organisation which funds the education and care of underprivileged African children. Since 2003, the charity has provided 44 disadvantaged children, from grades 1 to 12, with a personal education programme tailored specifically to their needs. This holistic approach enables children to break the cycle of poverty and reach their full potential.
SOS Africa also guarantees sponsors that 100% of all donations will be invested in the education and care of the children they support.
Jenine peddled through the night to raise £458 for Women V Cancer
Women V Cancer is a series of women-only cycle challenges in aid of three British charities – Breast Cancer Care, Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust and Ovarian Cancer Action – raising vital funds to fight breast, cervical and ovarian cancers.
Noreen Baked her legendary cupcakes to raise £125 for Children of Kenya
The Al Momin Foundation, based in Kenya provides homes for orphaned children in rural areas, providing education, food and shelter as well as supporting the local communities. The money raised went towards food, books, clothes and clean bedding for the children.
Yas opened her garden to raise £275 for Parkinsons
Parkinson UK’s goal is ultimately to end Parkinson’s. They inspire and support the international research community to develop life-changing treatments, faster. Their work helps to make sure people suffering with Parkinson’s have whatever they need. Their aim is to find a cure and improve life for everyone affected.
Elliot smashed the Wolf Run in Daventry, raising £240 for Macmillan
Macmillan’s ambition is to reach and improve the lives of everyone living with cancer and to inspire millions of others to do the same. Their research helps us understand the needs, numbers and experiences of people affected by cancer, to develop and influence better care and services.
Alex baked for Macmillan coffee morning raising £44
The first ever Macmillan Coffee Morning was held in 1990 and was a rather small affair. It was a resounding success and has become an annual event, raising over £138 million to help people with cancer.