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Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise Sector

Red Snapper Recruitment Justice provide recruitment services to top quality candidates looking for opportunities Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise Sector.

We actively seek to engage candidates with experience of working in a charity or third sector setting, with a particular focus on areas such as:

  • Restorative Justice
  • Supporting Victims of Domestic Abuse
  • Substance Misuse
  • Resettlement Services

We work on behalf of the UK’s VCSE Sector supplying talent to charitable organisations that represent communities who share protected characteristics or that experience health inequalities.


Ormiston Families instructed Red Snapper Recruitment in February prior to the COVID -19 pandemic. The service they provided was not impacted by the pandemic and they continued to work closely with the Ormiston Families Management team to deliver this project on time.

The organisation had run a number of unsuccessful recruitment campaign to attract criminal justice practitioners to develop and implement family Support services across the Transforming Rehabilitation Service.

We engaged RSR | Justice to deliver Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) services due to their experience supporting organisations through the changes in the transforming rehabilitation agenda.

We successfully appointed all our positions from the shortlist provided and we’re pleased to say everyone has settled in well and now part of the Ormiston Family.

Director of Operations and Deputy Chief Executive – Ormiston Families


Congratulations to our agency worker Bimmy (Virinder) Kaur Rai who has been recognised for her three decades of charity work by Her Majesty the Queen in the New Year Honours List of 2022.
Bimmy, who currently works for MOPAC as a Programme Officer, has been awarded an MBE for her support of the charitable sector for over 30 years. Having lost both her parents at the age of 13, she cared for her younger siblings and elderly grandfather, and so her dreams of going to university were abandoned. Her outlook on the world was forever transformed by the traumatic experience and she resolved to give back wherever she could. She has been volunteering across several different communities ever since. Over the last 30 years her involvement in various projects has been key in bringing about positive change.
When asked about the award, Bimmy said “It is my life’s honour to have been of service to others, a journey of over 35 years of passionately working hard and facing adversity in order to make a positive impact to the lives of others. It is with Waheguru Ji’s (God’s) grace that I dedicate this to my beloved parents and to those who have supported me on this journey of struggle and success, who believed in me and opened up the door of opportunities to allow me to serve.”
Bimmy’s agency representative Tomas Keenan-Blair added “we have worked with Bimmy both as a client contact and now a candidate, and in both roles she has been a pleasure. Her care, empathy and knowledge comes across immediately and it is easy to see why she has received this honour and commendation for her work. Bimmy is a credit to our agency, the sector and will be to any organisation or individual that will have the pleasure of working with her in future.”

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Last edited: 7th January 2022