We’re a dynamic and fast-paced organisation with a passion for raising money for good causes and charities. In partnership with over 7,000 brands wanting to make a difference, we make everyday shopping magical. Since launching in 2007, there are now over 180,000 active good causes registered with easyfundraising, from schools and local community groups to national charities and 1.8 million registered supporters! Together, we’ve raised over £42 million for good causes and charities so far.
We’re entering an exciting phase in the growth of our business and we are looking for talented and motivated individuals to join us.
“Easyfundraising is a fantastic place to work with a friendly and supportive environment. Every day I get to work with brilliant colleagues on a variety of interesting and challenging projects. I especially enjoy testing new ideas and learning how we can make it easier for our causes to raise more.”
Lucy Westwood, Senior Lifecycle Manager
"Working for easyfundraising over the last 10 years has given me the work/life balance I thought I could only dream about, allowing me to raise my children the way I wanted to."
Katie Cleary, Service Delivery Executive
“A great place to work as always open to discussing things. Offer great pay, flexibility, culture, atmosphere, support and wellbeing.”
Fraser Lowry, Recruitment Co-ordinator
"I didn't have a lot of experience when I joined EFR but I've been given a lot of support to grow and progress my career. It feels good to know I'm part of a company that's making a big difference to charities and good causes all over the UK."
Emma Harvell, Data Scientist
easyfundrasing are required by law to ensure that all our employees have the right to work in the country that they are employed in.
Our roles are based in the UK therefore we would issue you with a UK contract so you would need to have the right to work in the UK.
For roles in the UK you will need a valid work permit. Individuals from countries outside the European Economic Area (EEA) must be in possession of a work permit to allow them to take up employment. For more information please visit the Government's Working in the UK website.
To apply for a role, you'll need to upload a CV and complete an application form. This form will include your personal details including full name, address, email and telephone number. We’ll also ask you to fill out a statement of suitability which needs to be tailored to the role highlighting your relevant skill but also including explanations for any gaps in your employment.
You can amend your application details after it’s submitted. Simply login to your account and make any necessary changes.
We recommend that you check all details thoroughly before finally submitting your application.
All our adverts have job descriptions attached on our (job board link). These clearly outline the requirements for the role and additional information relating to that role.
Easyfundrasing employee salaries and benefits are benchmarked externally. The salary is stated on every role and the benefits are listed within the advert.
If we don't have the role for you but would love to work at easyfundraising we would love to hear from you!
We have a speculative applications role on our website to encourage all candidates to apply via our online application system.
We aim to get back to candidates within 72 hours of application.
Due to the high volumes of applications that we receive, we are unable to offer specific feedback if your CV and application were not shortlisted for interview.
Our interviews may feel a bit different to others you might have experienced. As well as looking for the skills and competencies needed for the role, we are also checking how your behaviours align to our easyfundraising values.
We understand that interviews and assessments can be a bit scary for some people, so we will make sure you have all the information you need to be at your best throughout the process. Each role will have a slightly different assessment process, some may solely rely on interviews whereas others may use practical assessments.
If you’re shortlisted, we’ll invite you to attend an interview. We will send you details of your interview and confirm if it will be held virtually on Microsoft Teams or in person.
Most of our interviews and assessments are held virtually. This is to accommodate both candidates and our hiring managers who may be based in different locations across the UK, and to keep our interviewing process flexible and accessible to everyone.
We currently use Microsoft Teams for all virtual interviews. You can download the latest application or access Teams via your internet browser on your desktop or mobile device.
Unfortunately, we are not able to contribute to candidate travel expenses so please bear this in mind prior to booking your interview.
Being a tech company, we have a casual dress culture in the office. Your interviewer will not be suited and booted so smart casual dress for an interview works for us!
If you are office based, you'll be working under the hybrid working policy, which means that some days you can work at home and some days you come into the office to collaborate with colleagues. Our offices have traditional workstations with second screens, meeting rooms and collaboration spaces.
Remote workers will be expected to come into the office when necessary to collaborate with their team.
Suite 6, St Chad’s House, Cross Keys, Lichfield, WS13 6DN
If you come by SatNav then it takes you slightly short of St Chads House and it’s not always clear where to go.
If you use SatNav you should carry on up Cross Keys with Stowe Park on your right. St Chads House is a big red brick building on the left, but you can’t see it until you are on top of it! The nearest car park is Lombard, which is run by Lichfield District Council and costs £4.30 for the day. You can pay cash or use the app Pay by Phone.
Here’s a Goole maps link to help you find us
The closest train station to the office is Lichfield City Railway Station, Station Road, Lichfield WS13 6HX. After exiting the station it’s about a 12-minute walk to the office.
Lichfield Bus Station, Birmingham Road, Lichfield WS13 6FA is about an 11-minute walk to the office.
WeWork The Monument, 51 Eastcheap, London EC3M 1DT
Local Tube stops include Monument Station, Tower Hill, London Fenchurch Street, and Bank Station makes commuting a breeze.