Work for us

Work at the Fundraising Regulator to inform and protect the public and support excellent fundraising standards. Our purpose is to make sure that people can have confidence and trust in fundraisers so that charitable fundraising can thrive.

Our small and friendly staff team mostly work flexibly from home and at our head office based in central London. We also have colleagues based in Wales and Northern Ireland.

Our board

We’re governed by a non-executive board of directors.

Our board

Our staff

We're organised into four teams: casework, communications and corporate services, finance and procurement, and policy.

Our staff

Current vacancies

Please follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter @FundrRegulator to keep up to date with news about opportunities to work for us.

External Committee Member - Fundraising Expert 

Roles available on both our Standards Committee & Complaints and Investigation Committee.

Closing date: 7 July 2024

We’re looking for people who can demonstrate knowledge and experience of different types of fundraising and are motivated and enthusiastic to join one of our committees.

What does the role involve?

  • Each committee meet four times per year preferably in person.
  • Meetings are held in London (hybrid where appropriate).
  • A minimum time commitment of one day per month is required to read papers and attend the meeting.
  • Members are remunerated plus reasonable travel expenses are paid.

The full job description for each of our committees can be downloaded below for more information.

How to apply

Please submit a CV and covering letter (maximum 2 sides of A4 outlining how you meet the requirements in the person specification). 

Please indicate in your covering letter whether you would like to be considered for a role on either committee or if you have a preference for one role.

Please submit your applications to admin@fundraisingregulator.org.uk

 

Our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion

The Fundraising Regulator is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion. We want our workforce to be truly representative of the society we are here to support and protect, so that we’re able to regulate effectively. We also want each employee to feel respected and able to give their best. We do this is by operating a fair and inclusive recruitment process, which aims to reach a diverse pool of candidates. This is also supported by a range of policies that encourage a flexible and supportive working environment.  

We particularly encourage applications from people with Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds and people with disabilities as these groups are currently underrepresented at the Fundraising Regulator. 

If you require any part of this application or interview process to be adjusted to accommodate your needs, please let us know.