Work for us

We’re a national charity helping to build a fulfilled life for everyone affected by spinal cord injury. For more than 45 years we’ve empowered spinal cord injured people to rebuild their lives after injury.

And we’ve done it through practical help and support from our specially trained staff and volunteers. Now our community can access expert help at the click of a button via this new website, while professionals can get the training they need to give the very best care.

Roughly 2,500 people each year sustain or acquire a spinal cord injury, and we’re currently undergoing a period of rapid development to create a network of support available to every spinal cord injured person in the UK. We’re set to become a true association of people and partners, working together to give spinal cord injured people the support they need and deserve.

If you decide to apply for one of the positions detailed below please ensure you download and complete a copy of our equality and diversity monitoring form.

Equality & diversity monitoring form

Partnerships manager

Full-time permanent role

Salary: £36,000 per annum

Hours: 37.5 per week. Flexible and hybrid working arrangements will be considered

Closing date: 28 July

In this role you will grow, diversify and strengthen our income from corporate partners and events to achieve a projected annual income of £1.3 million whilst building strong, meaningful relationships with supporters and colleagues. Working with our head of investments and partnerships, you will develop and deliver corporate partnership strategies and events programme, whilst leading and motivating a team of high-performing fundraisers.


Counselling & wellbeing officer

Part-time role on a 12 month fixed-term contract

Salary: £31,000 pro-rata

Hours: 22.5 hours per week. Flexible and hybrid working arrangements will be considered.

Closing date: 1 August

Our counselling service provides support for spinal cord injured people and family members coming to terms with the psychological impact of injury. The new role of counselling & wellbeing officer is to deliver online and telephone therapy as part of the counselling service.