Join our team to help us care and campaign for people with disfigurements to their face and body

Changing Faces is the UK’s leading charity for everyone who has a medical condition, mark or scar that makes them look different. We are there for people at the key moments in their lives, whether that’s starting school, going for an interview, during their medical journey, or if they experience bullying or harassment.

Changing Faces is all about building strong, resilient, confident people with the same ambitions and aspirations as any other person, regardless of how they look. We won’t stop until people with visible differences have the confidence, support and respect to lead the lives they choose.

In order to carry out our work we have an extremely dedicated and talented team of professional staff based in London, Yorkshire & the Humber, Edinburgh & Glasgow.

Please see below our current vacancies:

Senior Wellbeing Practitioner (Yorkshire and the Humber)

Changing Faces is seeking a self-motivated, Wellbeing Practitioner, experienced in supporting the psycho-social needs of children with visible difference and their families and with a flair for project management.

This post has been made possible by funding from BBC Children in Need.  The project, based in Sheffield, focuses on supporting children and young people with visible difference in the Yorkshire and the Humber area to live the lives they choose.

The dual purpose of the role is to:

  • Provide psycho-social support directly to children and young people with disfigurements and their families in Yorkshire and the Humber
  • Lead and manage the charity’s Children in Need project in Y&H by promoting the service to potential clients and referrers, managing volunteers and one member of staff, and reporting on key performance indicators to internal and external stakeholders

The salary for this position is £36,200 per annum

This is a fixed-term contract for 2 years.

Closing date:  5pm, Wednesday 5th December 2018

Interviews: Tuesday 11th December 2018 in Sheffield

To apply please read the job description and send a CV and a tailored covering letter of no more than 2 sides of A4 to:Giulietta Driver, Executive Assistant via

Job Description – Senior Wellbeing Practitioner (Yorkshire and the Humber)

Skin Camouflage Service Co-Ordinator (Scotland)

Vacancy: Skin Camouflage Service Coordinator (Scotland)

Changing Faces is the UK’s leading charity for everyone who has a mark, scar or condition that makes them look different. We are recruiting a part time Skin Camouflage Service Coordinator (Scotland) to support Changing Faces to achieve its strategic goals and vision by delivering first-class support to our Skin Camouflage service across Scotland.

You will be responsible for coordinating and supporting volunteers, responding to client queries, administrating clinics and managing sensitive information, in accordance with a Quality Framework. Additional aspects of the role include exemplary data management and innovative approaches to work.

The salary for this position is £26,602.00 (pro-rata based on 18 hours per week)

In accordance with our commitment to safeguarding children and vulnerable adults, appointment to the post will be subject to a satisfactory enhanced PVG via Disclosure Scotland.

Advert Closes – Thursday 29 November, 9am

Interviews – Thursday 6th December: Edinburgh or Glasgow

To apply please read the job description and send a CV and a tailored covering letter of no more than 2 sides of A4 to Giulietta Driver, Executive Assistant via

Skin Camouflage Service Co-Ordinator (Scotland JD)

Trustee Opportunities

Changing Faces is delighted to be recruiting two new Trustees and an Honorary Treasurer.
Right now people with visible differences are being ignored, abused and silenced – just
because they look different. They are vulnerable to isolation, loneliness, social anxiety and
low self-esteem. They experience lowered expectations in school, problems getting work
and stereotyping in the media.

So at Changing Faces we won’t stop until everyone with a visible difference has the
confidence, support and opportunity to live the lives they want.

This is an important and exciting time to be joining us. 2018/19 is the first year of our new
Strategic Plan. Our ambition is to transform our charity so that we can have the greatest
possible impact – always keeping the voices of people affected by visible difference at the
heart of our approach. We know there are thousands more people who need our help.

We are looking for Trustees who share our vision for Face Equality and who have the
energy, integrity, passion and skills to work with the Board of Trustees, our CEO and her
team, and our community to drive forward a successful and dynamic future for our charity.

We hope you will feel inspired to join us.

The closing date for applications is Monday 7th January 2019 at 9am

Honorary Treasurer Recruitment Pack

Trustee Recruitment Pack 

Wellbeing Helpline Volunteer

Changing Faces is the UK’s leading charity for everyone who has a mark, scar or
condition that makes them look different. Being different in a society where there is
such pressure to look a certain way is extremely difficult. We provide advice and
support, we challenge discrimination, and we campaign for a world that respects
We are looking for volunteers to help us shape our helpline when we launch it. If you
are warm, empathetic and emotionally resilient, this might be the role for you. The
helpline’s opening hours will be Monday to Friday 10.00 – 16.00 and we will require
you to cover a four and a half hour shift per week to include supervision and
debriefing. We ask that you commit to a minimum period of one year.
You will receive full training and work alongside a Helpline Practitioner with ongoing
support in our central London office. You will also be expected to attend occasional
continuing professional development and supervision sessions.
This is an amazing opportunity for anyone interested in making a difference in the
lives of people affected by visible difference.
To register your interest in this role, please return your completed application form by
email to by 5pm on Monday 29 October 2018.
Interviews will be conducted by telephone in the week commencing 5 November

Helpline Volunteer Role Description Sept 2018

Helpline Volunteer Diversity Monitoring Form

Helpline Volunteer Application Form