Work for us

We're so proud of our organisation and you could be part of it too.

Find out more about job vacancies at Missing People and how to apply.

Would you like to work for a dynamic, caring organisation which really makes a difference to vulnerable people throughout the UK and has been placed number 18 in the Best Not-For-Profit Organisations To Work for 2016? 

If you're looking for exciting employment opportunities in the charity sector then look no further.

Why not check out our current job vacancies and apply today?

Our Vision

All missing children, adults and their loved ones find help, hope and a safe way to reconnect.

Our Mission

To be a lifeline when someone disappears.

Our Values

  • Be human
  • Be grounded
  • Make things happen
  • Be future-minded
  • Let fly!

Diversity and Inclusion 

Missing People is committed to diversity and to equal opportunity.  See our Diversity and Inclusion policy for more.

 

Give time

Use the Search Directory to find out who is missing in your area or volunteer for Missing People.

Give socially

Join the Search by following us on Facebook or Twitter. The more people who share our missing people appeals with friends online, the more chance we have of finding them.

Give anything

Let us know how you are supporting Missing People! Call us on 0800 MISSING (647 7464) or email supporters@missingpeople.org.uk and tell us how you can help.

Kirsty - Development and Partnerships

My role at Missing People is working with children, young people and their families who have been affected by missing episodes as a result of gang involvement and county lines. Working at Missing People has been a complete game changer for me personally – to work in an environment where everyone is so dedicated, positive, supportive and friendly is really inspiring.

There are so many teams here at Missing People - working on different projects and services. Everyone here at Missing People has different experiences (personal and work-based) and when you get talking in the staff room on a lunch break you end up learning new things every day. It’s fantastic! Teachers at school used to say ‘there’s no such thing as a stupid question’ and I can honestly say it’s taken me this long to believe it – Missing People has given me the confidence to be more inquisitive and vocal. In my time here, I have learnt so much more about my personal capabilities, the charity and the issue of missing that affects so many families every day!

I would describe Missing People is proactive, person centred and welcoming.

Feeling proud of working for Missing People goes without saying – I can’t say a specific time because I feel it every day. I feel it as soon as I walk through the doors every morning and every evening, when people ask about what work I do,

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