Work with us

Find a list of the current vacancies available at the National Deaf Children's Society.  For any further information please do not hesitate to contact us.

We require all applicants to complete the application form and send it to recruitment@ndcs.org.uk.

Please note that the maximum size we can receive from any e-mail provider is 10mb.

To reduce the size of the file you are sending, we advise all candidates to complete Section C of the application form using Word and to send this together with your application form.

If you have any doubts about whether your application has been received please contact Recruitment directly on 020 7014 1185 or recruitment@ndcs.org.uk before the closing date.

Current vacancies

Would you like to help create a world without barriers for deaf children and young people? Join our team.

Programme Funding Officer

Deadline 9am 19 October 2018. £27,851 - £32,540 per annum, 35 hours per week, permanent, London

Appeals and Disputes Adviser (FTC)

Deadline 9am 23 October 2018. £29,192 - £34,549 per annum (to be pro-rated), 21 hours per week, fixed-term, home based

Senior Direct Marketing Executive (Supporter Recruitment)

Deadline 9am 24 October 2018. £33,476 - £39,501 per annum, 35 hours per week, permanent, London

Children and Families Support Officer - North East

Deadline: 9am 25 October 2018. £25,442 - £30,127 per annum (to be pro-rated), 28 hour per week, permanent, home-based

Communications Assistant

Deadline: 26 October 2018. £8.75 per hour, 25 hours per week, 12 month fixed term contract, Glasgow

Appeals and Disputes Adviser (Permanent)

Deadline 5 November 2018. £29,192 - £34,549 or £33,476 - £39,501, 35 hours per week, permanent, home based or office based (Birmingham and London)

Learning and Development Partner

Deadline 8 November 2018. £40,172 - £46,867 per annum, 35 hour per week, permanent, London

HR Business Partner

Deadline 8 November 2018. £40,172 - £46,867 per annum, 35 hour per week, permanent, London


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Support available for your application and interview

We recognise that everyone is unique and may have particular needs during the recruitment process. Therefore if you have any queries please contact us.

We welcome applications from all sections of the community and especially from under represented groups.

We strive to make our recruitment process fully accessible to applicants with a disability or long term condition who may require additional support or reasonable adjustments. This includes support for applicants:
  • with visual impairment with assistive technology and alternative print
  • who are deaf or hard or hearing with interpreters, palantypists, technology solutions and interview questions in writing
  • with conditions that affect mobility and dexterity with an accessible building
  • with neurodiversity, such as Asperger's Syndrome and dyslexia, as well as mental health, with tailored support

The list is not exhaustive and we welcome the opportunity to discuss your specific needs with you.

If our application form is not accessible to you please contact us to discuss alternative ways of applying for our roles.

If additional support at interview will ensure you have full access, please tell us in your application, in the equal opportunities section what you need. We will contact you to discuss this if you are shortlisted for interview.

We are part of the Two Tick scheme. This has been replaced by the new DWP Disability Confident scheme.

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Volunteering

If there are no suitable vacancies for you listed here look at our volunteering opportunities.

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Work experience

Read our advice on work experience for young people.

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