Jobs

Join our dedicated team and help to improve the lives of people who look different because of a scar, mark or condition.

Changing Faces is the UK’s leading charity for people with a mark, scar or condition. Our vision is a future where everyone with a visible difference or disfigurement has the confidence, support and opportunity to lead the lives they want. You could help us achieve this.

On this page we explain why you should join us and share details of any current job vacancies.

Why work for us

Just as we support people affected by visible difference to live their best lives, we believe in creating a workplace that nurtures our staff.

Our talented team bring passion and drive to our charity. Working for us is varied, fun and most of all rewarding. If you are looking to help change lives for the better and work in a flexible, friendly environment, see if we have any suitable vacancies for you.

We aim to reflect the diverse communities we serve and strive to create a space where everyone can be their authentic selves at work. In line with our commitments to equity, we are particularly seeking applications from People of Colour/ from a BAME background. We are always open to conversations about flexible working.

Our vacancies

We post jobs on this page as they become available. If there are no vacancies that suit your skills right now, please connect with us on social media to be first to hear about any new opportunities:

Wellbeing Service Manager

We are looking for an experienced, qualified, innovative service manager to lead us through an exciting time in our wellbeing service. Working closely with the Head of Wellbeing Service, the successful candidate will lead the design, development and implementation of our new clinical model and head up good practice and quality assurance across our range of wellbeing services to people affected by a visible difference.

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Wellbeing Service Manager

The successful candidate will lead the design, development and implementation of our new clinical model across our range of wellbeing services, with experience of service innovation and heading up good practice.

Wellbeing Support and Information Line Practitioner

The Support and Information Line (SIL) is the crucial frontline of our wellbeing services. You will support people affected by visible difference and give them helpful, appropriate information based on their needs.