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We’re here. Join us.

People are at the heart of our charity. People affected by breast cancer. And people like you. With the determination to make things better for others. We’re waiting for you to join us.

Life at Breast Cancer Now

  • Benefits

    Our commitment to you

    Making sure you have a healthy work-life balance is really important to us. So, we offer you a range of benefits and wellbeing initiatives to support you.
  • Teams

    Discover our teams

    Whatever stage of your career you’re at, there’s a place for you here.
  • Offices

    Where we work from

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    We have over 300 colleagues working across the UK. We split our time between working from home and the office – with locations in Cardiff, Glasgow, London and Sheffield.
  • Our values

    Working with a purpose

    It’s not about having a senior job title or managing a big team. Here, we all lead. We do everything with purpose. With focus. And with a dedication to people affected by breast cancer.
  • Inclusion

    Everyone is welcome

    Everyone is welcome at Breast Cancer Now. We’re building teams of people with different skills, different backgrounds, different experiences and different ideas.

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Questions we often get asked about working here

  • Which days are your offices open?

    Our offices are open on these days:  

    • Cardiff – Monday to Thursday
    • Glasgow – Tuesday to Thursday
    • London – Monday to Thursday
    • Sheffield – Monday to Thursday
  • How many days would I need to come into the office?

    You’ll have the flexibility to work from home up to 3 days a week. The other 2 days you’ll get to work with your new teammates in person.

  • Do you have a dress code?

    We know you’ll have your own style, and we embrace individuality in our teams. So, we don’t have a strict dress code – you can wear casual clothes.

    All we ask is that you represent a positive image of Breast Cancer Now and make sure your outfit is suitable for whatever you’ve got on that day, and whoever you might be meeting.

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