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Careers at GOSH Charity

Careers at GOSH Charity

Discover the difference you could make at GOSH Charity

Lily, age five, loves scooting down the corridors of Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).

Lily, age five, loves scooting down the corridors of Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).

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Imagining a better future...

Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity (GOSH Charity) is a place where you can make a difference to seriously ill children across the UK and the world.

Every day, more than 600 children and young people arrive at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH). Every day, doctors and nurses battle the most complex illnesses and the brightest minds come together to achieve pioneering medical breakthroughs.

This extraordinary hospital has always depended on charitable support to give seriously ill children the best chance to fulfil their potential.

Every day, you’ll see how the money we raise impacts this much-loved hospital – after all, we’re located just a few minutes’ walk away.

A better future for seriously ill children starts here...
with you.

"I always feel proud telling friends and family I work for GOSH Charity. They instantly recognise the name and have lots of questions about the work I do. The reaction is always positive.”

Hatty, Brand Marketing

Hatty at Race for the Kids in Hyde Park.

Hatty at Race for the Kids in Hyde Park.

Our people

At GOSH Charity we all play an equal role working together to raise funds to support the hospital's incredible work.

Whether your role is in Fundraising, Technology, Marketing or Innovation, or one of our many other teams, your impact will be felt.

We're always looking for the best people in their field who have a passion for the charity's cause and will thrive in our unique environment, embracing opportunities to further develop and progress.

This is also reflected in our Top 20 position in 2019’s The Sunday Times best not-for-profit organisations to work for.

Matt, Brand Marketing

Matt, Brand Marketing

Zainab, International and Private Patients

Zainab, International and Private Patients

"I have worked at GOSH for 12 ½ years. The best part of my job is always going along to our events and supporting our incredible participants. Being able to hear their stories and to give them that face-to-face support is incredibly fulfilling."

Tash, Community Challenge

Tash at the Dickens-themed cheer post at London Landmarks Half Marathon.

Tash at the Dickens-themed cheer post at London Landmarks Half Marathon.

Our benefits

GOSH Charity rewards its employees with more than just salary. We encourage a work/life balance, which is reflected in our perks and benefits.

A snapshot of what we offer:

  • Flexible approach to working, using core hours and working from home
  • Up to 30 days annual leave plus bank holidays
  • Volunteering opportunities at charity and hospital events
  • Generous pension scheme
  • Interest-free and discounted season ticket loan
  • Discounted cycle scheme
  • Numerous NHS-related benefits and discounts (including local shops and restaurants and national chains)
  • Enhanced maternity, paternity and shared parental leave
  • Summer finishing times
  • Access to Carefirst employee assistance programme and Headspace mindfulness app.

Sound good? Read more about our benefits here.

"From dragon boat races to 24 hour-sing-a-thons to being able to show supporters around the hospital, the work we do varies massively. It's not just fun, you also know your efforts are helping the vital work of GOSH."

Chris, Corporate Partnerships

Chris at work in one of the Charity's meeting rooms.

Chris at work in one of the Charity's meeting rooms.

Our values

These guide us in our mission to enhance GOSH’s ability to help build a better future for seriously ill children.

We’re passionate, collaborative, accountable, enterprising and respectful. These principles support everything we do and how we do it. They make the charity a brilliant place to work.

"GOSH Charity is a truly remarkable place to work. We aim to pioneer a great working culture focused on developing and coaching new leadership behaviours and embracing diversity of thought, challenging us all to think differently."
Heather, People & Planning

Cheering our participants on at the London Marathon.

Ros from Legacy team volunteering at the Valentine's Party

Cheering our participants on at the London Marathon.

Ros from Legacy team volunteering at the Valentine's Party

From our CEO

"I’m delighted you're considering working with us at GOSH Charity. By choosing a career here you will play a crucial role, alongside our valuable volunteers and supporters. You'll be helping us enhance the hospital’s ability to transform the health and wellbeing of children and young people, giving them the very best chance to fulfil their potential."
Louise

Louise supporting GOSHCharity at RideLondon!

Louise supporting GOSHCharity at RideLondon!

From our CEO

Louise at the Tower Mint celebrating the first striking of limited edition Peter Pan coins.

Louise at the Tower Mint celebrating the first striking of limited edition Peter Pan coins.

"I’m delighted you're considering working with us at GOSH Charity. By choosing a career here you will play a crucial role, alongside our valuable volunteers and supporters. You'll be helping us enhance the hospital’s ability to transform the health and wellbeing of children and young people, giving them the very best chance to fulfil their potential."
Louise

Are you driven to make a difference? Find your fit below:

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A better future for seriously ill children starts here with you.