The Finance & IT recruitment experts

A specialist recruitment agency, focusing on the things we do well. We focus exclusively on Finance & IT and cover permanent and interim staffing solutions at all levels within these areas.


Another core specialism of ours at Marble Mayne is IT. We recruit Information Technology professionals for the not-for-profit sector across temporary, interim and permanent, both part-time and full-time. We recruit at all levels within IT and cover all roles you would typically find in an IT team in a charitable organisation – with a particular focus on Infrastructure and Software Development. Infrastructure wise this covers jobs such as 1st Line Support, 2nd Line Support, 3rd Line Support, IT Officer, Technical Support Analyst, Helpdesk Analyst, Infrastructure Manager, IT Manager, Head of IT, IT Director, and Chief Technology Officer.

Within Software Development we recruit positions including Junior Developer, Web Developer, Full-Stack Developer, Back-End Developer, Software Developer, CRM Developer, Dynamics 365 Developer, Senior Developer, Software Test Analyst and DevOps Engineer. We have also successfully helped organisations find Business Analysts, Product Managers and Technical & Functional Consultants within the IT space. Working in IT within the charitable sector can often be challenging, but highly rewarding. Legacy systems often need replacing as the world moves towards cloud-based solutions, there is the age-old debate about whether to have IT in-house or to outsource to a third party, and the task of utilising Artificial Intelligence to better interact with donors and stakeholders to streamline processes.

Covid 19 has permanently shifted the workforce to being more remote. That comes with challenges around mobilisation, equipment, and cyber security. At Marble Mayne we have experience recruiting into large technology teams with highly niche requirements, into tiny organisations with a single member of IT staff onsite, and everything in between. We believe getting Information Technology right in charitable organisations is crucial for those organisations to focus on what they need to most.