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Recruiting new Head Office Staff for 2019

We are looking for new Head Office Staff to join our committed, passionate and dynamic team at our HQs in Guildford and Farnham. Please scroll below for a complete list of Head Office vacancies.

All successful applicants will be required to complete an Enhanced DBS Disclosure. For more information email recruitment@disability-challengers.org or call us on 01483 230 938.

  • Project Manager - Farnham HQ
    Project Manager - Farnham HQ: 35 hours per week (including Saturdays and some evenings) | £25,096 per annum

    The Project Manager role is to closely manage and develop three of our Play and Youth Schemes in Hampshire. You will be managing the project leaders to deliver a high quality and exciting play & leisure experience for disabled young people. We are looking for a self-starter, who can motivate a team and work on their own initiative. Please note this role requires you to have a driving license. Applications for this role close on 14th July 2019.

    For full details of this job, please download our Job Description (PDF).

    To apply, please complete our Application Form (Word document) and return to recruitment@disability-challengers.org

  • Human Resources Intern - Guildford HQ
    Human Resources Intern - Guildford HQ: 12 month fixed-term placement (negotiable) | Minimum of 3 days per week | Unpaid

    Challengers is looking for an HR Intern to join our busy Guildford HQ! The role sits within the Quality Team, who look after everything to do with people. As an intern in this department, you will be providing assistance and support to the HR Manager, helping to ensure that the day-to-day activities of Challengers run smoothly, both on scheme and in the HQ’s.

    For full details of this job, please download our Job Description (PDF).

    To apply, please complete our Application Form (Word document) and return to recruitment@disability-challengers.org

98% of staff and volunteers say they have a better understanding of the experience of disabled children and their families since working at Challengers.

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