Work for us

Our team

We are a London Living Wage employer and have achieved the gold standard Investors in People award.

We have about 30 staff and offer a range of employment benefits as well as the opportunity to work for a well known and respected non profit organisation.

Benefits include:

  • 25 days annual leave and additional  leave days over the festive period;
  • continual professional development – both in house and external training relevant to your role;
  • up to two weeks paid study leave per year;
  • an employer pension contribution of 6%;
  • cycle to work scheme;
  • a summer staff away day and a festive party.

Opportunities

Build Up

Are you aged 18-24? Do you live in Hackney? Do you want to positively influence the way young people are treated by the police?

Build Up is a project that will be recruiting and employing 5 young people who will create and develop research projects and events aimed at improving relations between young people and the police.

Successful candidates will be paid the London Living Wage.

Throughout the programme successful candidates will get the chance to:

  • Take part in meetings with Hackney Police and other Police Units;
  • Deliver ‘know your rights’ training sessions to young people;
  • Take part in workshops with academics, campaigners, artists and other professionals;
  • Organise joint events with local police;
  • Organise and take part in creative workshops such as an art exhibition or a documentary film;
  • Conduct a small historical research project launched at a community event;
  • Conduct research to help produce a report into the experience of policing in the borough;
  • Present research findings at meetings, public events and conferences;
  • Take part in an exchange programme.

Fill out the application form here and send it to deji@hcvs.org.uk.

The deadline for applications is 21st February.

For more information call: 0207 923 1962.

 

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Meet the team 

Meet the trustees

Hackney CVS can pride itself in having very professional staff dedicated to realising the aims of the organisation. There were many examples of colleagues helping each other and sharing knowledge and skills to support clients and contribute to the plans of the organisation.

Javier Jaso, IIP assessor