Careers

Join The Sick Children’s Trust team and help us make sure more families with a sick child in hospital can be together.

Join Our Team

Join our committed team at The Sick Children’s Trust and help us to continue giving families with a seriously ill child in hospital a warm and comfortable place to stay when they need it most.

Our Benefits

  • 35 hour working week
  • 25 days annual leave plus your birthday off and a bonus day in December
  • Time off in lieu policy
  • Permanent Health Insurance Scheme
  • Pension
  • Season Ticket loan
  • Commitment to development and training
  • Life Assurance
  • Family friendly policies (flexible working and time off for dependants)
  • Commitment to your well being including an Employee Assistance Programme, Eye care vouchers, and flu jab

 

Current Vacancies

We don’t have any vacancies at the moment.


If you’d like more information about joining our team please get in touch with Carole Buckton, HR Manager, carole@sickchildrenstrust.org

What our colleagues say

What our colleagues say

Being a House Manager for The Sick Children’s Trust is a very rewarding job. Every day I meet new family members and everyone has their own stories and difficulties that they’re going through. I really enjoy being the key support that we give to the families who stay with us. Making them feel at home and giving them one less thing to worry about is so important at a time when they need us most.

Imtiaz Pathan,
House Manager at Stevenson House, London

What our colleagues say

What our colleagues say

“I am constantly amazed by our supporters and their resilience and determination to give back in the face of adversity. Many of our supporters are individuals who have experienced staying in one of our ‘Homes from Home’ and they can’t do enough to fundraise for us and raise awareness of our vital work. This puts a smile on my face every day.”

Elisa Cappello-Dowd,
Community Fundraising Manager

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Every year we help over 3,500 families by giving them somewhere to stay near their seriously ill child’s hospital bedside. Sign up to receive our email newsletters to stay up to date with how your support is helping to keep families together.

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