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.

Board member for Northern Ireland

  • Reporting to: the Chair
  • Renumeration: £300 a day
  • Location: Northern Ireland with occasional travel to London
  • Time commitment: One day per month on average
  • Term of office: Initially for three years with the possibility of reappointment

Do you have an accomplished track record at board level and an interest in and understanding of the voluntary sector in Northern Ireland?

The Fundraising Regulator is recruiting to appoint a new member to our board for Northern Ireland. The board oversees our operations, working closely with the Chair and Chief Executive, and has overall responsibility for our business plan, structures and effective regulation.

Download the candidate pack for more information on the essential criteria and how to apply.

To apply send your full CV and covering letter (no more than two sides of A4) explaining how you meet the criteria in the job description. Send your application to admin@fundraisingregulator.org.uk.

Closing date: 20 August 2022

Interview date: 6 October 2022 (online)

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.