We’re delighted to announce that we have placed 17th  in the prestigious Sunday Times 100 Best Not-for-Profit Organisations to work for list! The competitive list recognises workplaces where staff are happy, cared for and have opportunities to develop their career. We’ve also been awarded Best Companies 2-star accreditation status which represents outstanding levels of employee engagement! Scroll down to find out more. 

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Sunday Times 100 Best Not-For-Profit Organisations to work for

Our Sunday Times placing and Best Companies accreditation is based on the views and opinions of our staff and what it means to them to work for GOSH Charity. 94% of our staff are proud to work for the charity, and 85% of staff feel the experience they gain while working here is valuable to their future career. We know we still have more to do in our journey, but we’re very pleased with this result. It reflects our staff’s passion for the hospital and the things we are doing to further develop our culture to make the charity an extraordinary place to work.

This is what our accreditation and list placing means to some of our employees:

“Working at the charity makes me feel very proud since starting here over 9 years ago, I feel privileged to work for an organisation which makes such a huge difference to the patients and families at GOSH every day and knowing that I can play a small part in that is very humbling. The charity is a great place to work and it is no surprise to me at all that we have recently received recognition of outstanding levels of employee engagement.” – Charlotte Marley, Grants Officer.

“Working for an employer that values you and wants to develop its staff is hugely important to me – that is why I love working at GOSH charity. It’s clear to me that the charity is constantly looking at ways to create an even better working environment and atmosphere. That’s pretty motivating, it’s a powerful feeling to know you’re working at a place trying to do something special.” – Chris Carter, Senior Partnership Manager.

You can read our online profile here. Or if you would like to find out more about how the accreditation and list process works please click here