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.

So you've decided you want to apply for a job at Missing People!

Here you will find everything you need to know about our hiring process. All our job vacancies require a completed equal opportunities form, a full CV, along with a supporting statement; before the closing date.

If you have any questions about your application, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

 


How to apply

Before you apply, make sure you check the hints and tips listed on the 'Application and Interview Guidance' page, and read through the job desription in detail.

Once you have done this, gather together the following documents;

  1. Full and up to date CV;
  2. A supporting statement (maximum 2 pages) that demonstrates how you meet the criteria listed in the person specification. This statement is crucial to help us consider you for the role, so don't forget to address each criterion in the person specification and specifically highlight any relevant experience and skills you have, and why you want to work at Missing People;

  3. The equal opportunities form.

Email your CV, supporting statement and equal opportunities form to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. before the closing time and date. 


Application and interview guidance

What to do...

  • Do have a look at our website and find out about who we are.
     
  • Do think about why you want to work for Missing People.
     
  • Do use your supporting statement as a chance to give us more information about you, how you match the role, connect with the charity and why you want to work for Missing People.
     
  • Do prepare for the interview, considering how your previous experience matches up with the requirements for the role.
     
  • Do have questions for us – it’s a two way process!

What not to do...

  • Don’t be late for the interview.
     
  • Don’t forget to give examples and evidence to support your answers.
     
  • Don’t lose track of the time – you need to give us plenty of information in your answers, but not so much that your main points get lost and you go over time.

Good Luck!


Shortlisting and interview process

Once we have read all the applications received for a vacant post, we contact those who have been shortlisted.

Unfortunately due to the number of applications we receive for most roles, we are not able to contact those who have been unsuccessful.

First interviews will be conducted by two members of staff (one of which is the line manager for the post) and will last around 45 minutes to an hour. 

We look for demonstrable ideas and knowledge and at how you would meet the requirements of the role on offer. Remember to set the scene; be specific about your role in the situation / conducting the task; detail about your actions; and the end result (STAR approach).

Feedback is offered to candidates being invited back to second interview; as well as unsuccessful candidates should they request it.

Second interviews usually consist of a test (related to the job role), followed by a second meeting with at least two members of staff.

In this second meeting, we look to learn a little bit more about you, to delve deeper into what makes you tick and to assess how well you would fit within Missing People's culture. It's important for you to ask us questions in both stages, to assess if Missing People is the right fit for you too!

Contact Us