Our careers pages are updated daily. If you don't see a suitable vacancy, you can create a job alert so we can email you as soon as an appropriate role becomes available. You can then review the role and apply if it's suitable for you.
Once you have found a vacancy that you'd like to apply for, you'll need to log in and submit your application.

You can use your LinkedIn, Google, Facebook or Microsoft account if you have one, or can easily create a new account with us if you don't.

You'll need to upload your CV and provide a few details about yourself. It's really quick and simple! Don't worry if you don't have a CV, we can help you to put one together. You can complete your application all in one go, or come back at a later time. We'll even remind you if it's not submitted before the closing date!

For some roles, we may close the vacancy before the closing date, particularly if we've received a high number of suitable applicants. So, it's advisable to apply as soon as you can. If it is possible the vacancy may be closed early, it will be clearly stated on the job advertisement.

Some vacancies will ask you to provide a brief supporting statement along with your CV so that you can to let us know more about your suitability for the role. It is advisable to write a draft and then paste it into the application template.

All communication throughout the application process, including invitations to interview, will be by email. Please ensure you regularly check your email - including spam account - for updates.

You can use your LinkedIn, Google, Facebook or Microsoft account if you have one, or can easily create a new account with us if you don't.

If you have been selected for interview, in most cases we'll ask you to book an interview slot online.

The format of our interviews will vary for each role and location. Our aim is to attract and recruit the right people, with the right skills and whose values align to the charity. We are looking for skilled, committed and engaged employees who have the capability to deliver our business objectives. However, an interview is also your opportunity to find out more about the role and your prospective employer.

We'll also need to see your right to work documents. Details of documents will be made available to you before the interview. Where applicable to the role, we'll need to see evidence of relevant qualifications. If a role requires a DBS check, you will be notified of this. Please ensure you read all emails from us carefully so that you bring everything we need to see to your interview. If you've been successful at interview, you’ll receive a phone call offering the job followed by a conditional letter outlining the key terms of our offer.

Once you've accepted, we'll start the process to provide you with everything you'll need to start your employment with us. We'll be in regular contact to ensure this important process runs as smoothly as possible for you.

You'll also need to provide us with the details of two referees. It's really important to provide your referee details as soon as you can so it won't delay your start date. Please provide details of your two most recent employers. Where this is not possible, we can obtain a character reference. This must not be a friend or family member.

Don't worry if you don't have a CV, we can help you to put one together.

Some vacancies will ask you to provide a brief supporting statement along with your CV so that you can to let us know more about your suitability for the role.

Communication throughout the application process, including invitations to interview, will be done by email, so please ensure you regularly check your emails for an update from us!

Confirming your right to work in the UK.

You will be asked to confirm your right to work in the UK by providing one, or a combination of documents outlined below.

List A

  • A passport showing the holder, or a person named in the passport as the child of the holder, is a British citizen or citizen of the UK & Colonies having right of abode in UK.
  • A passport or national identity card showing the holder, or a person named in the passport as the child of the holder, is a national of a European Economic Area (EEA) country or Switzerland.
  • A Registration Certificate or Document Certifying Permanent Residence issued by the Home Office to a national of a EEA country or Switzerland.
  • A Permanent Residence Card issued by the Home Office to the family member of a national of a EEA country or Switzerland.
  • A current Biometric Immigration Document (Biometric Residence Permit) issued by the Home Office to the holder indicating the person named is allowed to stay indefinitely in the UK, or has no time limit on their stay in the UK.
  • A current passport endorsed to show that the holder is exempt from immigration control, is allowed to stay definitely in the UK, has the right of abode in the UK, or has no time limit on their stay in the UK.
  • A current Immigration Status Document issued by the Home Office to the holder with an endorsement indicating that the name person is allowed to stay indefinitely in the UK, or has no time limit on their stay in the UK, together with an official document giving the person’s permanent National Insurance number and their name issued by a Government agency or a previous employer.
  • A full birth or adoption certificate issued in the UK which includes the name(s) of at least one of the holders parents or adoptive parents, together with an official document giving the person’s permanent National Insurance number and their name issued by a Government agency or a previous employer.
  • A birth or adoption certificate issued in the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man or Ireland, together with an official document giving the person’s permanent National Insurance number and their name issued by a Government agency or a previous employer.
  • A certificate of registration or naturalisation as a British Citizen together with an official document giving the person’s permanent National Insurance number and their name issued by a Government agency or a previous employer.

List B - Group 1 - time limited until the expiry date of leave.

  • A current passport endorsed to show that the holder is allowed to stay in the UK and is currently allowed to do the type of work in question.
  • A current Biometric Immigration Document (Biometric Residence Permit) issued by the Home Office to the holder which indicates that the named person can currently stay in the UK and is allowed to do the work in question.
  • A current Residence Card (including an Accession Residence Card or a Derivative Residence Card) issued by the Home Office to a non-European Economic Area national who is a family member of a national of a European Economic Area country or Switzerland or who has a derivative right of residence.
  • A current Immigration Status Document containing a photograph issued by the Home Office to the holder with a valid endorsement indicating that the named person may stay in the UK and is allowed to do the work in question, together with an official document giving the person’s permanent National Insurance number and their name issued by a Government agency or a previous employer.

Group 2 - time limited for 6 months.

  • A Certificate of Application issued by the Home Office under regulation 17(3) or 18A(2) of the Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations 2006 to a family member of a national of a European Economic Area country or Switzerland stating that the holder is permitted to take employment which is less than 6 months old together with a Positive Verification Notice from the Home Office Employer Checking Service.
  • An Application Registration Card issued by the Home Office stating that the holder is permitted to take the employment in question, together with a Positive Verification Notice from the Home Office Employer Checking Service.
  • A Positive Verification Notice from the Home Office Employer Checking Service to the employer or prospective employer which indicates that the named person may stay in the UK and is permitted to do the work in question.

Once we've received your application, we'll assess your skills and experience against the criteria for the role.

For some roles, we may contact you before the closing date to arrange interviews, this will help us speed up the recruitment process, but don't worry if you don't hear from us until after the closing date.

We're proud to be a member of the Disability Confident Employer Scheme and consider all applications from people with a disability in line with the scheme requirements. For more information please click here.

If you have been selected for interview, in most cases we'll ask you to book an interview slot online.

The format of our interviews will vary for each role and location, but is in most cases a one interview process. We'll try to establish your suitability for the role, such as the key skills and experience (where relevant) you can bring to our Charity. However, it's also your opportunity to find out more about the role and your prospective employer.

We'll also need to see your right to work documents, details of acceptable documents will be made available to you. Also, where applicable to the role, we'll need to see evidence of relevant qualifications. Please ensure you read all emails from us carefully so that you bring everything that we need to see.

If you've been successful at interview, we'll email a conditional letter outlining the key terms of our offer.

Once you've accepted, we'll start the onboarding process to provide you with everything you'll need to start your employment with us. We'll be in regular contact to ensure this important process runs as smoothly as possible for you.

You'll also need to provide us with the details of 2 referees. It's really important to provide your referee details as soon as you can so it won't delay your start date. Please provide details of your 2 most recent employers. Where this is not possible, we can obtain a character reference, this must not be a friend or family member.