PNP Staffing Group specializes in representing candidates serving the nonprofit and associations sector. From experienced professionals to those entering the nonprofit field as graduates or third-wave careers, we focus on providing dedicated representation to meet your needs.
PNP is the only staffing firm dedicated exclusively to helping nonprofits fill key positions that are critical to their growth, and does so by representing the best nonprofit talent in the business.
Do you have a colleague that you would like to confidentially refer to us? We’ll be happy to help.
Employer-Candidate Executive Search
Employer-Candidate Direct Hire
Temp-to- Hire Placement
Interim Management Placement
Access to Nonprofit Sector
Senior level positions
Mid-management and program positions
Project-based and/or consulting roles
Job Search Preparation
Resume and interview preparation
Resume prep for electronic processing
Background searches required for job positions
Social media review
Candidate inclusion in exclusive nonprofit job board, allowing hundreds of potential employers to directly review your information & qualifications
Look for a firm that focuses on your industry
You want a recruitment firm that really understands the industry and has deep connections. PNP has focused exclusively on the nonprofit sector for over 20 years. A pioneer in the sector, our network spans across human services, education, cultural, health, issues and trade associations.
Associate with a firm connected to industry leaders
These clients could be your next employer. Take a peek at some of PNP’s successful placements.
Select an agency that is respected as a thought-leader
Are they visible in the industry? Do they publish industry salary reports, blogs and white papers?
Read PNP’s blog.
Check out the job postings
Is there a broad spectrum of jobs and geographies? Take a sneak peek at PNP’s job board.
Interview the agency
Interview the agency for the job of representing you—is it a good fit? Are fees involved? Are they open about the process and operate with a strong set of values?