Are you looking to work for a dynamic charity which makes a real difference to people's lives?
Enthusiastic and dedicated staff are the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign's greatest asset in our mission to help and support the 70,000 people living with muscle-wasting conditions in the UK.
We put time and effort into creating a working environment which encourages our staff to develop their skills and energies to the full. Working for us, you can expect:
- the opportunity to match your career to a vital cause
- support and guidance from your manager and colleagues
- opportunities to learn and develop in your job
- to work within a diverse team-focused workforce
The Muscular Dystrophy Campaign is an equal opportunities employer. We aim to provide equality of opportunity in recruitment, promotion, pay, benefits, health and training by adopting and following practices that are free from unfair or unlawful discrimination. Read more about the benefits of working for us.
As the leading UK charity fighting muscle-wasting conditions, we are keen to have a workforce that is representative of the people we support. We therefore actively encourage people with forms of muscular dystrophy and other related neuromuscular conditions to apply for roles where they have the necessary skills, knowledge and experience.
Salary information is available on request for all positions.
Current job vacancies appear below. If we do not have any vacancies at this time, please bookmark the page and check again in the future. Thank you for your interest in working with us.
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- 31 October 2014
Development Assistant (Major Donors) – Part time We're looking to fill a part-time Development Assistant role within the Major Gift team, helping support and cultivate major donors for the charity.
- 31 October 2014
Research Communication Officer (full-time, permanent) We're looking for a Research Communication Officer to help inform our supporters and service users about developments in research into muscle-wasting conditions.