GatenbySanderson is the UK’s leading people advisory firm across public services, not for profit and education. Working within complex, challenging and highly scrutinised environments we deliver executive search, interim leadership and leadership development and consultancy.

Featured Jobs

Senior Detection Engineer - (Cyber) (G7)

Cabinet Office Digital

London, Bristol or Manchester/Hybrid Working – 60% working in an office location


Tai Calon Community Housing

Blaenau Gwent

Head of Legal Services (MO)

North Warwickshire Borough Council


Executive Director Membership and Commercial

Education and Training Foundation

London (hybrid)

Chief Fire Officer/Chief Executive

Cleveland Fire Brigade

Based in Queens Meadow Business Park, Hartlepool

Head of Assets and Development

Kirklees Council


Meet the team

Clients we work with

Alliance Homes
Wiltshire Council
Dacorum Borough Council
One Manchester
The Road Safety Trust
Plymouth City Council
Historic Royal Palaces
Greater London Authority
The Association of Police and Crime Commissioners
Melton Borough Council
Sheffield Hallam University
London Borough of Brent
Government Digital Service
Bolton NHS Foundation Trust
Somerset County Council
Luton Borough Council
University Hospitals Bristol NHS Trust

News & Views

Interim IIM survey

Interim work: why the IIM Survey is more important than you think

Innovation in leadership recruitment

Embracing innovation in leadership recruitment

Wired Differently: ADHD and me

Wired Differently: ADHD and me – Researcher, Laura Cubillo-Aparicio

Thea Stein in conversation with Robin Staveley

Thea Stein: overcoming the most pressing issues in health with data and curiosity

The Art and Science of Charity Leadership

Introducing: the art and science of charity leadership

Sally Wilson GatenbySanderson's Women's Affinity Group Chair

A word from our new GatenbySanderson Women’s Affinity Group Chair

International Women’s Day, a day we champion 365 days a year

Fatima Khan-Shah

Fatima Khan-Shah: reframing work-life blend guilt as leader