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At Working Chance we believe that inclusion is how we unleash the power of diversity.
Developing an inclusive environment means we benefit from one another’s differences and helps to ensure that everyone who works for us can thrive at work. We want everyone to feel that they can be the best version of themselves, that their contribution matters and that they are able to perform to their full potential, whatever their background, identity or circumstances. We strive to foster a culture of belonging and empowerment for all our staff.
Our recruitment decisions are based on the principle that jobs should be filled by those best able to do them. We take every reasonable step to ensure that our staff and potential staff are all treated fairly and that all employment decisions including those on recruitment, selection, promotion, training and career development are based on job-related, objective criteria.
We warmly welcome applicants from diverse backgrounds and we particularly encourage applications from people who have convictions, and/or who identify as Black, Asian or from a Minority Ethnic background, and/or who have a disability, as these people are under-represented among our staff.
Because we view having staff with convictions as an asset, if you have a conviction you may wish to mention this in your supporting statement, although of course this is a matter of personal choice.
If you have a disability or long-term health condition that might affect your progress through our application and recruitment process, please let us know so that we can accommodate your needs and make reasonable adjustments.
We don't have any vacancies at the moment, but we'll update this page when that changes.
Life at Working Chance
We are a small but ambitious team. We have very varied backgrounds and experiences, but what unites us is our values and drive to make transformational change happen for women with convictions. If your beliefs match with ours, we'd love to hear from you.