Work with us
Thank you for your interest in working for CBM UK. 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 job vacancies
Head of Operations
A new exciting post for CBM UK. The Head of Operations is a senior position within the Finance & Operations Department and plays a pivotal role to ensure quality standards in the operations of CBM UK. The purpose of this role is to provide high-level direction and project management in a number of key areas of CBM UK’s ongoing operations.
Closing date: 5pm, 6th November 2019
Supporter Relations Officer
Part of a new exciting team, the Supporter Relations Officer will develop and maintain excellent relationships between CBM and its supporters, primarily through outbound and inbound telephone calling. The position holder will nurture supporters and increase donations and engagement, through excellent ‘customer service’ in our newly established Supporter Relations team. Ultimately, the role will help to create extraordinary and wonderful moments in our donors’ lives through high performing fundraising.
Fundraising & Communications Intern
This is is a tremendous opportunity for someone with excellent written communication skills and a passion for social justice to develop their understanding of charity fundraising and communications.
To find out more on how you can become a Trustee of CBM UK, contact Trena Battams by using our online form or by telephone 01223 484700.
If you're interested in opportunities outside the UK, you can view current vacancies with CBM International.
Two Ticks Disability Award Scheme – positive about disabled people
We are committed to employing disabled people and have been awarded the Two Ticks Disability Symbol by Jobcentre Plus. Under this scheme we are taking action on five commitments to support the employment, retention, training and career development of disabled employees.
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