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Work with us

Thank you for your interest in working for CBM. We are always on the lookout for talented individuals who are passionate about bringing their skills to help us break the cycle of poverty and disability.

Current vacancies

CBM UK

Communications Manager

Position: 37.5 hours per week full-time (up to 80% FTE considered) Closing date: Monday 6 June, 2022

This exciting and varied new role will help us engage our target audiences, inspiring them to partner with CBM UK in our mission to build a fairer, more inclusive world.

The post holder will work closely with the Head of Communications as part of a dynamic Fundraising and Communications team of 20.

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CBM UK

Senior Communications Officer

Position: Permanent Closing date: Monday 6 June, 2022

We’re looking for a creative communicator with a passion for telling great stories to help us transform lives in the world’s poorest places and end the cycle of poverty and disability.

This is an exciting, creative and varied role in our dynamic and skilled Fundraising and Communications team of 20. You’ll identify, develop and share powerful content to inspire and engage our target audiences, taking day-to-day responsibility for our social media channels and work with colleagues to deliver strong communications across a range of online and offline channels.

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Senior Data Officer

Position: 18.75 hours per week part time (0.5 Full time equivalent) Closing date: Monday 6 June, 2022

This is an exciting time at CBM UK, as we target significant growth a fantastic opportunity has arisen in the data team for a Senior Data Officer.

This vital role will work with the Data Manager to administer and develop the supporter relationship database (Salesforce NPSP), providing high quality support to CBM UK staff.

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CBM UK

Philanthropy Officer

Position: 37.5 hours per week full-time (up to 80% FTE considered) Closing date: Monday 6 June, 2022

To help us achieve our ambitious long-term goals we are looking for a passionate, energetic individual to be part of our Philanthropy & Partnerships Team.

This vital role will work alongside the Head of Philanthropy & Partnerships and our Senior Officer for Trusts & Foundations.

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We are committed to employing disabled people and have been awarded the disability confident employer accreditation. Under this scheme we are taking action to support the employment, retention, training and career development of disabled employees.

Read more about the Disability Confident Scheme

In keeping with the government’s guidance on managing the risk of COVID-19, CBM UK are pleased to display our Staying COVID-19 Secure in 2020 Certificate.

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Volunteer to change lives

No matter what your time or experience, volunteering can be incredibly rewarding - a chance to meet new people and develop new skills, while helping to change lives.

CBM also uses volunteers around the UK to:

  • Give a talk in your local area to your congregation or community club
  • Help out at one of our events around the country
  • Become a church representative and spread the word about CBM to your church
  • Take part in, or organise your own fundraising event.

To find out more on how you can help in your local area contact our Supporter Relations Team by using our online form or by telephone 01223 484700

 

CBM staff, global advisors and partners at the NNN conference in Liverpool

Our Culture

At CBM UK, our vision is an inclusive world in which all people with disabilities enjoy their human rights and achieve their full potential. This starts with our organisational culture; we’re committed to building an inclusive culture where every individual is supported and enabled to help fulfil our mission.
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Kirsty meeting Clarisse and her 15-month-old son, Irene, at a CBM-supported outreach centre in rural Rwanda

Employee Rewards Benefits

Every member of our team plays a vital role in our work to transform the lives of people living with or at risk of disabilities in the world’s poorest places. This mission gives us a sense of pride and purpose.
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Our Team

Our team provides the highest level of commitment, expertise and skills to achieve our vision of an inclusive world in which all people with disabilities enjoy their human rights and achieve their full potential.
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