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Current jobs available with Humanity & Inclusion UK and information about working overseas.

Vivian, an HI physiotherapist, in Dadaab refugee camp, Kenya.

Vivian, an HI physiotherapist, in Dadaab refugee camp, Kenya. | © Brice Blondel/HI

Humanity & Inclusion relies on our staff and volunteers to make a real difference to the lives of disabled and vulnerable people around the world.

We are always looking for skilled, passionate people, both to work in our overseas programmes and to support the activities of our national associations, including the UK. There are opportunities for everyone to get involved.


UK vacancies

The latest jobs in our UK office are listed below. This page is updated regularly.

For further information on UK vacancies, contact us on 0870 774 3737 or by email at recruitment.uk@hi.org.


Head of Institutional Relations

We are looking for a dynamic, passionate and results-driven individual as our Head of Institutional Relations. If you love nurturing relationships and growing business, this role is for you! For more information and how to apply, please download the application pack.

Closing date: 9th December 2018. Round one interviews will take place the week of 10th December.

► Application Pack - Head of Institutional Relations (PDF, 556kb)


Major Giving Research Assistant

We are looking for a looking for an experienced, personable, highly organised, results-driven individual to join our recently established Major Giving Team as Research Assistant. If you are keen to work in an international environment, love research, are happy to be hands on with administration and other multiple priorities in a small team, and have a can-do attitude, this job is for you!If you love nurturing relationships and growing business, this role is for you!

For more information and how to apply, please download the application pack.

Closing date: 12th December 2018. Closing date: Interviews will take place 17th and 18th December

► Application Pack - Major Giving Research Assistant (PDF, 331kb)


Equal opportunities

Humanity & Inclusion UK values diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. We particularly encourage applications from people with disabilities.

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Privacy notice

During the recruitment process, Humanity & Inclusion UK collects and processes personal data relating to job applicants.  We are committed to being clear and transparent about how we collect and use that data and to meeting our data protection obligations.

For more information please read our Job applicant privacy notice (PDF, 133K)


Overseas vacancies

Jobs in Humanity & Inclusion's overseas programmes are recruited via the HI Federation offices in France and Belgium.

It is very important that you refer to the advert for each individual vacancy for the correct information about how to apply. Please do not call our UK office regarding the progress of your application as we do not hold that information.

To see a list of current jobs in our overseas programmes, visit handicap-international.fr/fr/emploi. Vacancies are advertised in English or French depending on the working language of the role and the country it is based in.

You can also join the Facebook group Jobs Terrain avec Handicap International to keep up to date with a selection of the latest overseas jobs announcements (posts are in English and French).


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Volunteer your time
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Volunteer your time

Volunteer in our UK office, supporting our work worldwide. Play a vital role for disabled people and gain work experience too!

UK activities
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UK activities

Humanity & Inclusion UK supports the organisation's programmes worldwide, by raising funds, influencing policy, and providing technical support.

Our mission
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Our mission

Humanity & Inclusion (HI) is an independent charity working in situations of poverty and exclusion, conflict and disaster. We work tirelessly alongside disabled and vulnerable people to help meet their basic needs, improve their living conditions and promote respect for their dignity and fundamental rights.