We’re recruiting for …

… a stellar Campaign Planner to come and work on several of our largest charity accounts. Could this be you?

It’s a very busy client facing role so you’ll need to be calm under pressure and have experience of fundraising, direct marketing or project management. You’ll also be a great communicator with strong project management analytical and time management skills.

So what will you be doing?
Responsibilities include managing the key processes to develop and deliver effective campaign strategies, leading and influencing client strategies through analysis plans and sector insight and evaluating final campaign performance to ensure learning is taken forward by the client and wider business.

Sounds great? 
If you have some or all of the experience above then great you’re definitely what we’re looking for! Ultimately though we’re on the look out for passionate, dynamic individuals that are inspired to design and deliver the world’s best fundraising campaigns for some of the UK’s best loved charities.

What’s it like at Pell & Bales?
With over 20 years experience and our first £billion for charity under our belt, new team members can expect to experience unrivalled development and career progression working within a forward-thinking, innovative environment. Don’t take our word for it – check out all of these great people that started their careers with us – we must be doing something right?

Get in touch?
Email info@pellandbales.co.uk with ‘campaign planner role’ in the subject header and we’ll send you a full JD and details of how to apply, closing date is Wednesday 8th July 2015 

We’re on a bit of a mission to save the world at Pell & Bales and now you could be part of it too.


Response to telephone fundraising press coverage

This morning P&B’s operations were subject to an article in The Sun covering telephone fundraising.

Despite the accusatory tone throughout the article it concludes “There is no suggestion Pell & Bales did anything illegal. Indeed, the company is scrupulous in instructing its employees to stick to acceptable practices”. We are deeply concerned about the way in which this article represents our employees and processes, taken out of context and portrayed with a cynically provocative spin. The fact that the Sun admits there is no wrongdoing on our part is testament to our training and coaching staff who are acknowledged in the industry for their excellent standards.    Pell & Bales refutes in the strongest possible terms any allegations or insinuations of wrongdoing; We work to guidelines set by the Institute of Fundraising’s Codes of Conduct and are a leading member of the Fundraising Standards Board.  We adhere to the IOF code and work to the standards of the TPS Assured scheme.

Pell & Bales is proud of its longstanding relationship with our clients and our track record in helping to raise money for some of the UK’s most worthy causes – over £1bn in the last 20 years. Our service provides a vital form of communication for charities and a key tool in keeping their supporters updated on campaigns and progress. Indeed we are in the process of driving proposals on regulatory changes to the sector which will root out inappropriate actions of the very few, which tarnish the good work carried out by the overwhelming majority.

The investment we make in training our people, treating donors fairly and ensuring compliance is adhered to, have validated our approach as the leading telephone fundraising agency in the industry with the highest quality standards. Pell & Bales is a sector leader in regulatory compliance and transparency and has a proven record of achieving the best results for our clients within these parameters. We take any attempt to tarnish this record very seriously and will be conducting a thorough review of options and potential legal recourse.