Join our team

Join our team

Join our team and support our work in the East End of London and beyond. Toynbee Hall embraces diversity and proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills; irrespective of race, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation or disability.

All of our paid and volunteer vacancies are advertised on this section of our website. Any queries on recruitment can be emailed to recruitment@toynbeehall.org.uk

Please note: you must complete an application form for our job opportunities – we do not accept CVs.

What we offer

Toynbee Hal is a values based organisation and it recognises that its employees are its greatest assest. We strive to support and develop our employees and to promote a healthy life work-balance.

Summary of the benefits that we offer:
25 days annual leave (base) + 8 Bank Holidays
Sick Pay Scheme
Group Pension Scheme (GPP) – 4% employer contribution and minimum 5% employee contribution
(Based on Toynbee Hall’s Auto Enrollment process. All eligible employees will be automatically enrolled in the GPP after 3 months’ service)
Contribution towards Eye Tests and Spectacles
Cycle to Work Scheme
Interest free season ticket loans
Employee Assistance Programme
Family friendly policies
Learning and Development opportunities

Our employees want to make a difference in their own communities. We support and encourage this by by giving all of our employees two days a year to volunteer for a charity of their choice. 

Trusts & Grants Manager  


Part-time
Hours:  28 hours/week
Contract type: Permanent
Contract Salary: £33,000 per annum (pro-rata)
Accepting applications: 02.08.2019 – 26.08.2019 (12.00pm)
Interview dates: 02.09.2019 and 03.09.2019

Are you passionate about challenging poverty and inequality? Do you have the ambition and drive to make a difference as a key senior leader at Toynbee Hall, a charity that for over 130 years has promoted social action and change in the heart of East London and beyond?

Most importantly, can you convince others of the value of our work, and secure the investment and support we need to help people and communities change their futures for the better?

Is the answer is yes, we’d be delighted if you wanted to apply to be our Trusts and Grants Fundraising Manager at the heart of our organisation in the Fundraising & Communications team.

This exciting role offers a superb opportunity for an experienced, proactive and dynamic fundraiser to take the next step in their career and lead on this crucial income stream. With exceptional relationship-management and written skills, you will raise funds from and manage strategic relationships with trusts and grant-makers, maximising income to help combat the causes and impacts of poverty – and to inspire the next generation of social activists.

Job Descriptions

Technical Supervisor (Debt) x 4

Full time – Fixed Term Contract
Hours: 35 hours per week 
Contract type: Permanent
Contract Salary: £32,000 per annum
Accepting applications from: On going

Advice Centre Coordinator

Part Time
Hours: 21 hours per week 
Contract type: Fixed term/Secondment until 31.12.2019
Contract Salary: £12.07/hour
Accepting applications from: 16.8.2019 – 23.08.2019 (12.00pm)
If you are shortlisted, Interviews/tests, will take place the following week.

For existing staff, this will be an opportunity for a Secondment. If you are interested please submit an expression of interest based on the key knowledge and skills and personal qualities.

For external applicant, please complete and submit an application form.