WHERE WE ARE
Wide range of both paid and volunteering opportunities available. Please check out our website: www.nspcc.org.uk/careers.
Salary dependent upon role.
The NSPCC employs 2,300 staff.
Full-time annual leave entitlement 29 days, stakeholder pension scheme, performance-related pay, childcare vouchers, flexible working arrangements and family-friendly policies.
WHO WE ARE
The NSPCC’s vision is to end cruelty to children in the UK. We campaign to change the law and provide ChildLine and the NSPCC helpline, plus much more.
MORE ABOUT US
The NSPCC is committed to ending cruelty to children in the UK. There is no single, simple solution to stop child abuse. It remains widespread and mostly hidden. We need to find the best, most effective ways of helping children, so we’re focusing our work on seven priority areas where we believe we can make the biggest difference. These are: neglected children, sexually abused children, physically abused children in high-risk families, children under one, looked after children, children with disabilities and minority ethnic children.
WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR
If you’re interested in working for the NSPCC, you should know that there are certain values and behaviours that drive all of our work. They are integral to what we do and how we do it – so we look for them in everyone we work with. Four values drive our work:
• courage – we communicate openly and honestly
• respect – we respect children and seek to foster respect for them in others
• protect – everything the NSPCC does is designed to protect children from harm
• trust – we strive to be someone that children can trust.