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You will learn something new every day, discover opportunities to grow, and a shared purpose that will bring out the best out in you.
We offer rewarding roles in Operations, IT, People Services, Marketing, Finance and Fundraising.
All TCV job vacancies and traineeships are added here. We have opportunities across the UK to suit all skills and levels of experiences. If you can’t find what you are looking, for set up a ‘Job alert’ – leave us your details and we will let you know when we have further exciting opportunities available.
When you find a job that you would like to apply for, our TCV Application Form Guidance 2022 will guide you through the application. You will find a PDF and Word version of the application form within the job advert. On occasions, we may ask for a CV and covering letter, however if you are shortlisted for an interview, a completed application form will be required to be completed.
If you come across any problems with our forms or process, please contact the recruiting leader or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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We are very proud to hold the Living Wage accreditation. The Living Wage commitment will see all salaried colleagues receive an hourly wage significantly higher than the current national minimum wage. Further details of this can be seen here.
Gender pay gap reporting is an annual requirement for organisations with over 250 employees. TCV have compiled and produced this report on a voluntary basis, as we felt it was an important metric to understand.
Gender pay reporting shows the distribution of men and women at all levels of TCV, and the impact this has on hourly rates of pay across TCV as a whole.
It’s important to note that, the gender pay gap is not the same as the requirement to pay men and women equal pay for equal work. We are confident that we pay men and women equally for doing like-for-like work.
At TCV we have a Skills and Knowledge framework to understand and share the organisational skills required to achieve our strategy and goals. Listed below you can see a summary of the framework that we use to recruit and reward our staff and to deliver learning solutions to grow the knowledge and skills of people in TCV to increase their value to the organisation:
|Delighting Customers and Volunteers
Understanding the needs of different customers and volunteers, making sure we listen to what they tell us and ensuring they are engaged, inspired and getting brilliant service and support from TCV.
|Building effective relationships
The ability to develop, maintain, manage and lead successful, mutually beneficial relationships with other people. This includes advocacy and stakeholder management.
|Leading People and Building Talent & Capability
The ability to lead, manage, motivate and develop yourself and others, including volunteers, to continuously improve individual and business performance as well as developing your skills and helping others to develop their capability to ensure a depth of talent at TCV.
|Valuing Diversity & Integrity
Is about creating a culture and practices that respect, value and harness difference for the benefit of the organisation and individuals, and operating with honesty, a respect for others and conviction to high standards and ethics
|Understanding TCV’s Products and Markets
Understanding our products and services, how they fit different customer needs and matching them to the customer’s requirements, as well as understanding the marketplace including funders, competitors, professional bodies and using this knowledge to gain a competitive advantage
|Managing Change and Innovation
Is about handling and/or leading change and the impact on people, process, organisation, volunteers and customers and encouraging ideas and innovation to achieve TCV’s goals and create the best possible customer and volunteer experience.
Being able to pass on messages and information to different audiences in the most effective ways, considering both the needs of the audience and the nature of the information being passed on, as well as creating genuine employee engagement.
|Understanding TCV and the Strategy
Understanding TCV as a whole and how the various parts of TCV fit together, using that knowledge to work effectively as well as understanding the strategy and how to translate the strategy and goals into action.
|Effective Decision Making
The knowledge and skills needed to consider, evaluate, decide and implement the best solutions for TCV and its customers.
Is about taking a positive approach, knowing what your own and others goals are, and having the drive, energy, focus and tenacity needed to overcome difficulties and achieve the right results for TCV, its customers and volunteers.