We are building a workplace where people are inspired, developed and supported. Find out what it's like to work at Samaritans and take a look at our current job vacancies
Our people policies and practices are tailored to individual needs and we promote & encourage flexible working
We work together to achieve our vision and drive a culture with wellbeing at the heart of everything we do
We have a culture of belonging, where everyone is appreciated for their unique self and unique contribution
What our employees say about our culture
- "I am proud to work for Samaritans and to work with volunteers who make such a difference every day. It’s a very welcoming and friendly place to work” Angela, Volunteer Manager Engagement & Sustainability
- “Working at Samaritans gives me the unique opportunity to work alongside skilled and passionate people, for a cause I truly care about” Matt, Head of Corporate Partnerships
- “I enjoy the flexibility of working for Samaritans, I can juggle my home life with work, to achieve a great work life balance” Rosie, Fundraising Project Lead
Benefits, Recognition and Wellbeing
- Flexible working: We are leaders in our approach
- Family-friendly policies: We support you through all of life's stages
- Competitive salary with an annual salary review
- 28 days’ annual leave per annum (25 days annual leave plus 3 wellbeing days)
- Mental Health First Aiders and Employee Assistance Programme
Project Management Officer
This programme is transforming the way we offer corporate engagement. Find out out more about the Project Management Officer role here.
Assistant Director, Republic of Ireland
We are seeking an experienced leader with a proven track record successfully managing the financial and operational activities of an organisation. Find out more about the Assistant Director role here.
Learning and Development Administrator
We are looking for a Learning and Development (L&D) Administrator to join Samaritans on a 6 month fixed term contract. Find out more about the L&D Administrator role here.
Executive Lead (Support after Suicide Partnership)
We are looking for an Executive Lead for the Support after Suicide Partnership (SASP), the only UK-wide network of organisations supporting people bereaved by suicide. Find out more about the Executive Lead role here.
Membership and Communications Officer, SASP
We are looking for an experienced Project Officer to be the friendly face of our Members’ network and lead on our voice and communications. Find out more about the Membership and Communications Officer role here.
If you'd like us to make any adjustments to our application or interview processes to enable you to be at your best, please email us at [email protected]
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