mk charities photograph.jpeg


Find your future career working in charities. All jobs advertised on this page are paid positions, click on the job title to enquire/apply.


Medical Detection Dogs 

(01908 357016)

We have a fantastic new job opportunity for a HR Manager who is passionate about the contribution they can make to achieving a charity’s goals and who has excellent organisation and written and verbal communication skills, with previous experience in a similar Human Resources generalist role. Could this be you? Find out more at

Medical Detection Dogs 

(01908 357016)

We've got an exciting vacancy to work directly with our amazing life-saving puppies, could this be the role for you? We are looking for someone with the skills, experience and passion to join our team of trainers responsible for organising and monitoring the progress of our puppies and young dogs to ensure they receive the highest standard of socialisation and early training and maximising their chances of becoming a Medical Alert Assistance Dog.
This is a fixed term term maternity cover contract for one year, find out more at

Hula Animal Rescue (NAWT)

As a Fundraising and Supporters Relations Officer, you’ll play a vital role at NAWT’s HULA Centre in Bedfordshire. Your role will be to work with the centre manager and NAWT’s central fundraising department, taking responsibility for developing, implementing and managing income generation activities, building local individual and corporate relationships to retain existing supporters and attract new ones, developing and growing a supporter database whilst promoting the centre and its work within the local community.


(01908 357016)

Salary: £35,000 to £40,000 according to experience

Join us as our new Marketing & Fundraising Manager and help us to tell our unique story, reach new audiences and generate new income. MacIntyre provides education, care and support for children, young people and adults who have a learning disability and/or autism. We’re recruiting a Marketing & Fundraising Manager who will take a significant role in the development and implementation of our marketing and fundraising strategies. You will take the lead for our marketing campaigns all of which will drive awareness and interest in what we do and maximise charitable income across all areas of our work.

What we're looking for Working within a small team, we are looking for a confident, results driven and proactive person who has some experience of developing marketing and fundraising strategies and delivering effective marketing and fundraising campaigns. You’ll be an excellent communicator, and capable of working proactively across our diverse organisation supporting operational teams to meet their marketing and fundraising needs. This role is permanent, full-time, working a 35 hour week.

The role will include travel so you will need to be a driver, or able to travel, and stay overnight as required. See the attached job description and our website for more information. Next Steps If this job sounds like a great fit for you, click on the Apply button on the MacIntyre website, complete some brief details and upload your CV. Interviews will take place week commencing 12 July 2021


Part time, 18.5hours £23,000 pro rata, rising to £25,000 after successful six-month probation period. 

UK charity PSPA is recruiting for a Helpline Care Navigator to join a small, busy team to provide professional, comprehensive support to people living with PSP & CBD, their families, and carers. We are seeking a motivated and confident person who can deliver a high-quality professional service, to work on our Helpline. Previous experience of working in health, social care or the helpline sector is essential.

You will need to be a patient, empathetic listener with excellent verbal and written communication skills. The role will involve assessing and responding to callers needs via our telephone and email service providing practical and emotional support. This is a part time role of 18.5 hours and will involve flexible working at both our central office in Milton Keynes and home based. Access to a vehicle for work purposes and the willingness to travel once Government restrictions allow is essential. Occasional weekend work may be required. See full job description for more details at


Reporting to the Head of Finance, you will be responsible for processing the monthly Finance data to enable MacIntyre to produce timely and accurate Management Accounts. You will be a leader in business process reviews and in the building of new process control over the Finance Team. . Whilst this role does not have direct line management responsibility you will be involved in mentoring and coaching team members and will deputise for the Head of Finance when required. The role is office based at our Head Office in Milton Keynes, however there may be the occasional need to travel to other offices. The role has 6 month probationary period before transitioning to a permanent role. About you You must be an experienced finance manager with an emphasis on analysing data to produce reports that are an aid to the front line services.

A formal qualification is not essential as long as you can demonstrate that you have gained the necessary skills through experience. Work on your own initiative as well as being part of a team Be well organised and able to prioritise Have great attention to detail Work well under pressure Have excellent IT skills, including Excel & MS Office Willingness to learn new systems We are looking for people who celebrate differences, and we strive to make all our staff feel included, valued and respected. We know it can be daunting to start a new job, and not everyone learns the same way, so throughout your probation we will provide you with a mixture of eLearning, face-to-face training and mentoring support whilst on the job.

Submit your vacancy

Thanks for submitting! A member of the team will be in touch.