At DRi, we take a different approach to executive search. While we are hired by non-profit organizations, we believe that we serve our clients best by providing exceptional service to our candidates.
Most executive search firms employ a “cradle to grave” model that requires a single consultant to manage all stages of a search process, from developing the job description to the details of candidate placement. But as client needs command the consultant’s attention, candidates can get shortchanged—or delegated to assistants who must shuffle them among dozens of other tasks.
DRi changes this dynamic by employing a dedicated Candidate Stewardship manager. Drawing on our thorough knowledge of the non-profit sector, we have translated fundraising stewardship into executive search by giving one staff member the sole responsibility of addressing the needs of applicants as they go through what can be a demanding interview process.
While our Candidate Stewardship manager is a key member of our team, all of DRi‘s staff works together to address candidate needs.
At DRi, we invest in knowing our candidates well so that we can identify the right fit when it comes along. We believe this approach to executive search does an ideal job of matching high-quality candidates to our innovative clients, ensuring that both are able to grow together and make their biggest impact on the world. The first DRi search you see may not be the right opportunity for you, but we will stay in touch over the long term and help you find that opportunity. That is our pledge to the non-profit leaders we work with.
We want you to present your best self to prospective employers. That is why DRi offers a free resume review to non-profit fundraising leaders. You can submit your resume for a review by a member of our executive search team, who will tell you what kind of reception it will get from a gate-keeper at a non-profit organization and help you get past that gate in your next job search. It’s also why our search leader may hold a consultation with you before a client interview to make sure you have all the information you need to be prepared.
To begin a conversation with us about your career goals, email firstname.lastname@example.org.