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We offer flexible working practices and are keen to attract new talent to reflect the diverse communities, organisations, and people that we work with.

Charity Bank Recruitment Process

At Charity Bank, we prioritise inclusion and fairness in our recruitment process. Our use of recruitment software helps mitigate unconscious bias by incorporating skill-based questions alongside CVs. Responses and CVs are anonymised and reviewed in random order by our hiring team to ensure an equal chance for all candidates, regardless of background. Demographic questions are strictly for statistical purposes, ensuring a balanced candidate pool. Opting out of these questions is an option.

We review all applications within two weeks after the closing date, so expect feedback shortly thereafter. If you require reasonable adjustments during the application process, please email us at

Four-Day Week with Full-Time Pay

Charity Bank's Four-Day Week initiative, open to all employees from day one, champions work-life balance by providing four days of work with full-time pay. This innovative approach underscores productivity, equal compensation, and the creation of an inclusive workplace in line with Charity Bank's social mission. The 32-hour workweek typically spans four eight-hour days, offering flexibility to typically choose Friday or Monday as the day off. Days off are protected and treated like weekends, ensuring uninterrupted personal time. The arrangement is flexible, adapting to part-time employees on a pro rata basis.

We currently have no vacancies.

Equality, diversity and inclusion

At Charity Bank, we are committed to being an inclusive employer and great place to work and we strongly encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply. We have implemented policies to support this aim and are proud to offer flexible working practices and a caring culture.

Research shows that some candidates (particularly women) can be put off applying for a job unless they fit all the criteria. But if you are excited about working for Charity Bank and think your skills are a good match, we’d encourage you to apply.

If you need any reasonable adjustments for any part of the recruitment process and/or working environment, please let us know, in confidence, so we can discuss these with you.

Charity Bank

Charity Bank is the loans and savings bank for people who want to make the world a better place. We use our savers’ money to make much needed loans to charities and social enterprises working to create lasting social change across the UK.

Since 2002, we have used the money saved with us to provide over £350 million of loan finance to a wide range of organisations across the arts, community, education, environment, faith, health, housing, regeneration, social care and sports sectors.

No matter what your role is at Charity Bank, you will be making an essential contribution to the positive social value creation that is the very reason for Charity Bank’s existence. For every loan that we make and the impact that this has on the organisations we lend to and the people that they serve, we can all say, “Wow, look what we helped to create!”

If your values align with Charity Bank’s, the role matches what you are looking for, and our mission and work excites you – we invite you to apply to join us!

Our Values: Mutual Respect, Working in Harmony, Being the Change

Data Protection Notice:

As you will be providing us with personal data as part of the application process, we’d like to draw your attention to our Fair Processing Notice for Applicants which outlines how and why we are using your personal data and your rights under data protection legislation.

Our general Privacy Notice can be viewed at


Thanks for keeping in touch with us at Charity Bank. We are not looking for any additional recruitment support for these roles right now but are happy if you want to email our recruitment inbox ( and we will keep your company details on file.

[1] Why Women Don’t Apply for Jobs Unless They’re 100% Qualified, Harvard Business Review, 2014

[2] Gender Insights Report: How women find jobs differently, LinkedIn, 2019