Jobs and opportunities
Find out more about the current vacancies across the Foundation.
Together, we want to build the foundations of a society where everyone can stay healthier for longer.
As part of our team, you will work alongside talented people from a real mix of personal and professional backgrounds, in an environment where different perspectives and lived experience are valued and respected.
We are a Living Wage employer and support flexible working, part-time roles and job shares. Though our ambitions are serious, this is a friendly place to work with lots of opportunities to meet and socialise with colleagues.
There is immense power in diversity. So we recruit and nurture talent who think and act differently. We champion feedback and challenge.
Our culture is anchored in our values, and we support each other to live them. They influence how we interact with each other and work together, and they combine to help shape our culture.
Our staff created these values to describe the types of behaviour we value every day at work. They reflect our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, and we build these into our approach to recruitment and performance.
our median gender pay gap
our median ethnicity pay gap
We support flexible working, part-time roles and job shares. With this purpose in mind, we provide personal laptops to work where necessary or most convenient.
We provide generous annual leave (27 days plus bank holidays) and up to 12% employer pension contributions.
Also, we offer enhanced pay for family leave which is equitable for all families who have been with us by the 11th week before their Expected Week of Childbirth (EWC).
Our office space in Southwark offers an open and vibrant work environment with collaborative spaces, a library and facilities including showers, lockers and bike storage. In order to be accessible, the building has step-free access throughout and is located near major train and underground stations.
We are supporting our people with the technology and set up to work and connect effectively, including hybrid working.
We provide fresh fruit and facilities to make and store lunch. In addition, there are free weekly yoga and Pilates sessions and annual health checks. Furthermore, everyone can make use of a £200 annual allowance to spend on health and wellbeing.
As well as this, our BUPA employee assistance programme also gives our people and their partners access to a service that’s there to help them to take care of their mental health and wellbeing at times when they need a little extra support.
Every year, we host a substantive programme of organisation-wide training opportunities. In short, this has included training to build a culture of feedback across the foundation, and off-site training for line managers.
Additionally, we offer an annual personal development budget of £1000, as well as peer-to-peer learning and coaching and mentoring opportunities.
Finally, we also support secondments and career breaks.
annual budget for personal development
annual allowance to spend on health and wellbeing
We asked our team what they thought was the best thing about working here. For example:
The amazing people I get to work with, who are bright, passionate and committed to making a difference – Rohan
The strength of our ambition and strategy – Catherine
The enthusiasm and energy – Emma
The amazing variety of projects we get involved in – Kevin
The openness and determination to learn – Radhika
The best thing about working here is the sense that we’re all pulling together to make a difference to people’s lives.