Our mission is to help women and girls living in the world’s poorest places change their lives for good. To do that, we need the best, most talented, committed people. Looking for a fulfilling new job? Then come and join us. 

What to expect when you work for ActionAid

As part of our current strategy we are focusing on a number of key elements. This means that all our staff need to show a commitment to our focus on working with women and girls living in poverty, and embrace a digital-first way of working.

As part of our commitment to safeguarding, we will complete a basic disclosure check on all new hires. We encourage applications from under-represented groups, in particular those with a right to work in the UK who come from the Global South. We offer a variety of different flexible working options, and therefore welcome applications from individuals who would like to explore flexible working.

Browse our current vacancies below.

Good news! We're hiring

Media Specialist (Women’s Rights)

Central London

Are you a talented media professional, full of ideas and experienced in securing high-profile media coverage? Are you looking to use your skills to help change the world with women and girls? If so, we’d love to hear from you.
Apply now

FM, Travel and Security Manager

Central London

Would you like to use your facilities management expertise to help shape the current and future environment of an organisation working with women and girls living in poverty?
Apply now

Finance & Assurance Specialist

Central London

ActionAid UK is looking for a Finance and Assurance Specialist who is passionate about securing women and girl’s rights and helping us to be effective, learn from our work and develop and strengthen our programmes through improved financial management systems and processes.
Apply now

Deputy Director of Supporter Experience & Innovation

Central London

Are you a strategic and creative leader who is up for a new challenge? Are you committed to working with the world’s poorest women and girls to end violence and fight poverty so that all women, everywhere, can create the future they want?
Apply now

Senior Web Analyst

Central London

We are looking to recruit a Senior Web Analyst who will work as part of the Digital team to increase our reach, engagement and conversion across digital channels through monitoring and analysis of user data.
Apply now

What makes ActionAid different?

Working for ActionAid is different to working with other charities. For a start, we’ve been around since 1973, so we’re one of the longest established and best respected charities in the UK. Many of our frontline staff and partners around the world live in the communities in the 45 countries where we work across Africa, Asia and America.

Our approach is all about empowering people to claim their rights. And so our working relationships in the UK and across the world are based on mutual trust, respect and democracy. 

As part of our commitment to women’s and girls’ rights, we recognise, embody and champion feminist principles not only in our work or what we do but also in the way we work or how we do things. Find out more about how we practise feminism at work.

If you like the sound of that, we can’t wait to welcome you on board.

You can find out more about our mission and what we do in the UK here.

Equal opportunities at ActionAid

ActionAid UK is absolutely committed to providing equal opportunities for everyone regardless of their background. We value diversity and lived experience, and acknowledge the under-representation of people from certain backgrounds, both within our organisation and across the sector.

We particularly encourage applications from Black, Asian and minority ethnic people; people with disabilities; people from the LGBT+ community; and for senior positions, applications from women.

We strive to provide an inclusive and supportive working environment where all employees and volunteers feel respected and supported in fulfilling their potential.

If you have any questions or concerns about applying for a role at ActionAid, please contact us.

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Page updated 26 February 2021