Victim Support is committed to providing an inclusive, supportive and flexible working environment for our staff. We are the highest placed charity (13th) in this year’s Stonewall Top 100 Employers rankings, and the only third-sector organisation among the top 40 employers.
Our equality, diversity and inclusion policies are designed to attract the best people from our communities because we believe a diverse workforce allows us to connect better with people affected by crime.
Each year we have around 300 job opportunities in England and Wales, in both frontline offices and supporting areas. In frontline jobs you work directly with victims, witnesses and volunteers. In supporting jobs, you work in areas such as bid writing, policy and research, fundraising, communications, information systems, human resources and finance.
Our people are motivated by team work, our values and our vision. We strive to deliver the best services to the community while you build your career with us. We offer a range of benefits, a flexible working environment, and opportunities for training and development.