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Vacancies

Direct Marketing Officer

Salary: up to £24,830
Location: Cambridge, UK

An exciting opportunity to join our dynamic Fundraising and Communications team. 

 Download the Direct Marketing Officer information pack.

To apply for this role, please download and complete the application form, attaching a cover letter and return by email to Trena Battams by 5pm on Tuesday 31st May 2016.

Volunteering Opportunities at CBM UK

We are always interested to hear from people within the UK who are interested in volunteering, or just generally helping us to spread the word about the work we do. Do let us know if you would like to get involved in any capacity and we will do all we can to support you.

Volunteering does not require a specific and rigid time commitment.

You may wish to simply become an advocate, a friend-of-CBM, or a virtual volunteer (online bloggers, social media fans), or you might like to simply like to spread the word about CBM, or fundraise with your friends or local church/community/school group.

Overseas Recruitment

Locum assignments are designed to keep hospitals running during peak periods and vacation periods/absence of the long-term co-workers. 

Fo current vacancies, please click here:

 Locum Assignments (Overseas)

If you wish to apply for a locum assignment, then please visit www.cbm.org where you will find further details on how to apply.


CBM UK is a member of the Two Ticks scheme

CBM UK has been awarded the 'Two Ticks' symbol by JobCentre Plus. The symbol identifies employers who have agreed to meet five commitments regarding the recruitment, employment, retention and career development of disabled people.

Being given the right to display the 'Two Ticks' symbol means that CBM UK is committed to:

  • Interviewing all applicants with a disability who meet the essential criteria on a person specification and considering them on all their abilities.
  • Ensuring there is a mechanism in place to discuss, at any time, but at least once a year, with disabled employees what can be done to ensure thatthey develop and use their abilities.
  • Making every effort when an employee becomes disabled to ensure that they stay in employment.
  • Taking action to ensure that all employees develop an appropriate level of disability awareness to make these commitments work.
  • Reviewing the commitments each year to assess what has been achieved, plan ways to make improvements and to let staff and the Employment Service know about progress and future plans.