Welcome to Wonderful Workplaces in the Third Sector. Here you will find content from a range of employers and recruitment specialists in the third sector, in partnership with Third Sector Jobs. Find out what it's like to work for a particular charity and get top tips to help you apply for the latest career opportunities.
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Want to work in a high-performing philanthropy fundraising team whilst making an impact on children's lives around the world?
Jobseekers are more active in January than any other month, according to data from Third Sector Jobs, the specialist job board for Third Sector.
Chris Gethin, director of philanthropy and campaign at Cancer Research UK (CRUK), explains why the high value fundraising sector is booming and why a strong learning culture is integral to success.
Tracey Gregory, contact centre team manager at Age UK, shares the secrets of her career success.
What does a fundraising manager do and could it be a rewarding career choice for you? Natalie Lawford, principal consultant - fundraising at Harris Hill, shares her insights.
Jennifer Peters, chair, Skylarks, tells us about the charity's mission and vision, and the trustee treasurer role it's recruiting for.
Third Sector Jobs spoke to WaterAid and The WISH Centre about how they're successfully achieving gender diversity in their workplaces.
Want to work for an inclusive organisation where you can grow your career while helping to tackle avoidable blindness?
We spoke to Alice Diggory, head of fundraising intelligence at Cancer Research UK, about what it's like to work in her team and the roles she's recruiting for.
We spoke to Alec Green, chief marketing evangelist at Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation, for his career advice.
Looking for your first job in the third sector? Hannah Whittington, principal consultant - marketing and communications at Harris Hill, offers advice to help you land your ideal role.
Want to work on a life-changing initiative to tackle mental health, homelessness and exploitation in young people?
Robert Henderson, public affairs manager at Age UK, offers insider insight into the highs and lows of campaigning to save free TV licences for older people, and what it's like to work in his team.
Nearly half of employees in the third sector believe their employer does not effectively communicate its brand, according to the 2019 Employer Branding Insights Report from Wonderful Workplaces.
Want to shape the philanthropic fundraising team at one of the UK's largest charities? We spoke to Hiran Chohan at the British Heart Foundation (BHF) about what it's like to work there and the career opportunities on offer.
Ahead of Fundraising Week 2019, Laurie Boult, fundraising director, Age UK, tells Third Sector Jobs about the team culture and why it's a great time to join.
Third sector professionals invited to voice your opinions in the 2019 Jobs Survey from Haymarket Media Group and be in with the chance to win an Apple Watch Series 3 worth £279.
Rebecca Birkbeck, director of community and shared value, tells us about what it's like to work at Co-op and the member pioneer co-ordinator role she's recruiting for.
Paul Nott, principal consultant at NFP Consulting, offers advice to help you be the best charity professional you can be.
Megan Knight, HR co-ordinator at Canine Partners, tells us about the team culture and exciting director of marketing and income generation career opportunity currently available.
Voice your opinions in Harris Hill's recruiter perceptions survey and be in with the chance to win £150 Amazon voucher.
James Elliott, director of fundraising at JDRF, the type 1 diabetes charity, tells us about what it's like to work for the charity and the head of philanthropy role it's recruiting for.
Emma Roberts tells us about how she built her career in charity communications and her current role leading the marketing and communications team at The Trussell Trust.
Could you be part of something momentous working at the RAF Association? As part of the Third Sector Jobs Wonderful Workplaces initiative, we spoke to the charity to find out about the career opportunities and what it's like to work there.
Third Sector Jobs spoke to the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and the Charities Aid Foundation for their insights into how charities can keep workplace positivity alive through uncertain times.
Third Sector Jobs spoke to the British Council and the RNLI about how they're building a culture of inclusivity.
We spoke to Adam Stricker-Morecroft, retention lead in the individual giving team at the British Heart Foundation, for insider insight into working for his team and the marketing opportunities on offer.
Individual Giving and Legacies Manager
The Camphill Village Trust Flexible: split between home and office based (Botton Village, near Whitby)
Chair of Trustees
Streetwise Opera England
CHUMS Charity Wrest Park Enterprise Centre, Wrest Park, Silsoe, Bedford, MK45 4HS
Director of People and Inclusion
With You Home based with UK travel
Individual Giving and Legacies Manager
Cruse Bereavement Care Richmond upon Thames, London (Greater)
Wonderful Workplaces in the Third Sector is your hub of insider insight into what it's like to work for various employers in the charity and not-for-profit sector.
Find out about the organisation culture, career development opportunities and job vacancies with some of the sector's exciting places to work across the third sector. Get a range of career advice and learn from recruitment experts in your sector.
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