Working for Crimestoppers
Incredibly, we only have 105 members of paid staff across the UK – and together we achieve far greater success than our size suggests. We have employees working in wide ranging roles but all with a deep commitment to reducing crime and the fear of crime.
Roughly a third of our employees work at ‘The Bureau’, our 24/7 call handling centre. We also have a third of our employees based in regions across the UK undertaking a range of activities including supporting our volunteer committees to deliver campaigns, running events and working with our stakeholders to address their local priorities. The remaining third of our employees work in our Central Office in Surrey to look after community and youth projects, fundraise, support our extensive regional network of volunteers, manage our national media relations and communications and deliver business support services such as finance and HR.
Crimestoppers is ambitious in its plans and strategy and we need talented individuals to join us in sharing and driving our success.
Crimestoppers' current staff benefits include:
• Free light lunch (for office based workers)
• 28 days annual leave
• Flexible working including the option in some roles to work a nine-day fortnight
• Childcare vouchers
• Cycle to work scheme
• Employee Assistance Programme
• Employee discount scheme
• Stakeholder Pension Scheme
Certain conditions apply on some benefits and these details are available from the HR department. Some benefits are non-contractual and Crimestoppers reserves the right to review, change or withdraw as appropriate.
How to apply
All Crimestoppers vacancies are advertised here and through CharityJob. Please check here regularly if there isn’t a vacancy available just now that suits your skills and experience.
To submit an application for any post advertised please send your CV and covering letter, setting out how your skills and experience meet the requirements of the role to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you require further information you may contact the HR team on 0208 835 3700.
Equal Opportunities in recruitment and selection
We are committed to positive employment policies to promote equal opportunity in employment regardless of:
• ethnic origin
• marital status
• religion or belief
• sexual orientation
Our policy complies with all relevant legislation and codes of practice. We are also an equal opportunities employer and do not discriminate on any grounds other than ability to carry out the task. We also make clear our commitment to the equal opportunity policy in any external advertisements for jobs. To ensure that this policy is applied consistently we take steps to monitor its effectiveness and carry out occasional reviews.