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Beat’s work takes a team of passionate, dedicated people who want to make a difference to the lives of people affected by eating disorders. If you want to help us, take a look at the positions below.

If there’s nothing suitable right now, be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter, or sign up to our newsletter, to stay up to date as we advertise new positions. Beat operates an equal opportunities policy which forms and supports our employment practice; encouraging applications from the widest possible range of candidates for our paid jobs and volunteering opportunities.

Beat has a Safe Recruitment and Selection Policy which will be followed whenever we are recruiting employees.

Beat has an HR Privacy Notice which explains how and where employees’ documents are retained.

Beat recognises the importance of wellbeing in the workplace and has a wellbeing statement to explain more, additionally Beat offers Employee Benefits to all of our employees.

Beat offers the following employee benefits:

  • 26 days annual leave per year, plus bank holidays (pro rata for part time employees), rising by one day per year after two years' service (max 30 days) and in addition the right to 1 week (pro-rata) unpaid leave.
  • An additional day a year to take as study or volunteering leave.
  • Interest-free season ticket loans are available to help spread annual travel costs.
  • Free membership of the BUPA cash plan, which offers money towards optician and dental costs, physiotherapy, provides a GP advice line and face to face counselling.
  • The opportunity to buy a new bike for work with!
  • The latest tech available through – spread the cost with payments from your salary across 12 months and make National Insurance savings too.

26 January 2022

Public Sector Partnerships Officer

We're hiring a Public Sector Partnerships Officer to support the management of Beat’s partnerships with public sector orgs.

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19 January 2022

Philanthropy Lead

Beat is hiring a Philanthropy Lead to manage Beat’s major donor programme.

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