“As a team, we pride ourselves in creating a culture where every single one of our volunteers and employees feels valued. Valued for the unique individual they are and valued for the part they play in the fight for every childhood. We are all very different to each other – that’s a strength – but we all serve selflessly in creating the conditions for all our people to feel their best, be their best and give their best. We look forward to welcoming you into the People Team.”
You’ll make our organisation stronger - equipping, motivating and enabling our employees and volunteers to make a real impact. We make sure people have all the resources and training they need to learn and grow in their careers, whilst fostering a supportive and nurturing environment which you’ll learn from every day. And in return for your hard work, we offer a great range of benefits to suit your lifestyle.
Our People team ensures that we’re able to attract and nurture life-long active, authentic ambassadors who can help us deliver our vital work. As well as supporting them with any employment related enquiries, we’re responsible for creating a positive work environment that allows our people to grow and thrive. We do this by cultivating an inclusive and wellness-focused environment and making sure individuals are recognised for their hard work.
We employ around 60 people based in all around the UK.
This refers to qualities that help you communicate with and work well with others, including listening actively, understanding the needs of others, managing your emotions and interpreting non-verbal communication such as body language.
Teamwork skills have to do with your ability to work with others in a team. This includes how you handle tasks such as collaboration, resolving group conflicts and sharing responsibilities. Working harmoniously in a team environment is an essential skill as almost every job involves working with other people to achieve common goals and objectives.
Leadership is a valuable quality to have, even for people who aren't in a management position. Leadership consists of a variety of skills such as communication, organisation, decision-making and coaching. Effective leaders can drive the company's mission and goals forward while motivating other team members to deliver their best work.
Problem-solving abilities allow you to identify problems and solve them efficiently and effectively. Being a good problem solver allows you to understand and analyse problems and develop creative and strategic solutions, even with limited resources available.
Being flexible refers to your ability to effectively adapt to change when needed. Flexibility is important because industries and roles are constantly changing due to factors such as new technology, competition, and changing customer expectations.
Resilience is your ability to recover from or stay well in the face of adversity. In a work setting, this translates into having 'the capacity to thrive, rather than just survive, in high stress environments' (CIPD definition).
We usually have a wide range of opportunities and we’re always on the lookout for great talent! Please join our talent pool so we can keep you updated on what is happening at NSPCC and let you know about any future roles that come up.