Working with All We Can

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All We Can is an international relief and development organisation with a mission to work through partnership alongside our global neighbours most impacted by disasters, poverty and injustice to enable resilient and flourishing communities. We do this by investing in partnerships that improve quality of life for vulnerable communities and create positive, long-term change.

We are the Methodist development and relief agency and an integral part of the Methodist Church in Britain’s response to international development and relief with its vision, priorities and values grounded in Christian principles.

Why should you work with All We Can?

  • You will help change millions of lives in some of the world’s poorest communities;
  • You will work for one of the UK’s best charities, having been named in the top five ‘Best Charities to Work For’ by Third Sector 2020 and for one of the sector’s most pioneering NGOs in development work and humanitarian aid, shortlisted for the Civil Society Awards 2019;
  • You will become part of a dedicated team of friendly professionals working with purpose;
  • You will join a community founded on the values of love, collaboration and integrity with a strong commitment to well-being and mental health;

Chair of Trustees

Could you be the next Chair of All We Can and Y Care International?

Download the appointment details pack 

In September 2021, All We Can and Y Care International began a formal partnership – combining efforts to tackle poverty, inequality and injustice in some of the world’s most vulnerable communities.

This new partnership has warranted creative thinking about our governance structure. Two boards, meeting together at one meeting overseeing both entities, have been formed by combining all current All We Can Trustees with three representatives of the YMCA movement. President and Co-founder of Y Care International, Terry Waite, remains a Trustee and President for Y Care International going forward.

This is a critical and exciting time to chair All We Can and Y Care International, as together we continue to partner with our global neighbours most impacted by disasters, poverty and injustice to enable flourishing and resilient communities.

About you: We are seeking a leader of integrity, with strong interpersonal skills, who is empathetic and able to listen reflectively and lead the Board with insight and inclusivity.

Do you share our commitment to partnership with talented change-makers rooted in local communities and our drive to fearlessly challenge poverty, inequality and injustice?

Are you knowledgeable about the type of work undertaken by All We Can and Y Care and committed to the decolonisation of aid and a sustainable partnership approach?

Are you open and willing to lead in an organisational context that operates on a Christian faith basis, upon which both charities are founded?

The role: The term of appointment is three years, with the possibility of renewing this three-year commitment once by mutual agreement. Board membership is not a remunerated position, and the Chair is expected to give a time commitment of approximately 20 days per annum.

Board meetings are usually held four times a year, three of which are half days and one of which is an overnight residential meeting.

For more information, please download the pack. 

How to apply: All We Can and Y Care International are working with Macaulay Search on this appointment process. Application is by submission of CV and cover letter to laura.bagley@macaulaysearch.com by 9am on Friday 11 February 2022. Please contact Laura if you have any questions about this opportunity.


Philanthropy Officer 

Location: London/Flexible home-based working. Please note that in response to Covid-19, All We Can staff are currently working from home until the end of the year and a return to the office in Spring 2022 will be subject to review and assessment nearer the time.

Job Summary: Are you a creative team player, keen to use your skills to help communities and individuals fulfil their potential? Do you love building relationships with funders? Are you passionate about using your unique talents to engage, inform and inspire a wide range of audiences?

All We Can is looking for an enthusiastic Philanthropy Officer to join our small, friendly team. We are looking for a creative, proactive self-starter who shares our commitment to helping people living in some of the world’s most vulnerable communities, by ending the suffering caused by disasters, poverty and injustice.

As Philanthropy Officer, you’ll work with members of All We Can’s Public Engagement team to help increase the organisation’s income through building relationships with major donors, trusts and foundations and corporates. You’ll have experience creating high-quality proposals and communications, and exceptional people skills. As All We Can enters the second year of its new 5-year strategy, you’ll help drive the charity forward and use your excellent storytelling skills across a number of different platforms.

The deadline for this role has now been extended, so if this sounds like a role in which you could flourish, we’d love to hear from you.  Please take a look at the full job pack, complete the application form, and return it to us by Friday 21 January 2022 at 12:00 pm.

Salary: £26,500.00 per annum

Term of appointment: Permanent.

N.B.: You must have the right to live and work in the UK to be considered for this role.

Application Instructions: Please read the full Job Description and complete the Application Form. All applications should be sent by email to jobs@allwecan.org.uk  and must be received no later than midday on Friday 21 January 2022 at 12:00 pm.


Relationships Officer (Church Community)

Location: London/Flexible home-based working. Please note that in response to COVID-19, All We Can staff are currently working from home until the end of the year and a return to the office in Spring 2022 will be subject to review and assessment nearer the time.

Job Summary: Are you a creative team player, keen to use your skills to help communities and individuals fulfil their potential? Do you love building relationships with Churches and Christian audiences? Are you passionate about using your unique talents to engage, inform and inspire a wide range of Church communities?

All We Can is looking for an enthusiastic Relationships Officer to join our small, friendly team. We are looking for a creative, friendly, and proactive self-starter who shares our commitment to helping people living in some of the world’s most vulnerable communities, by ending the suffering caused by disasters, poverty, and injustice.

As Relationships Officer, you’ll work with members of All We Can’s Public Engagement team to help build strong and long-lasting relationships with Churches and Church communities. You’ll have experience creating high-quality communications and exceptional people skills. As All We Can enters the second year of its new 5-year strategy, you’ll help drive the charity forward and use your excellent storytelling skills across a number of different platforms.

The deadline for this job has now been extended, so if this sounds like a role in which you could flourish, we’d love to hear from you.  Please take a look at the full job pack, complete the application form, and return it to us by Friday 21 January 2022 at 12:00 pm.

Salary: £24,000.00 per annum

Term of appointment: Permanent.

N.B.: You must have the right to live and work in the UK to be considered for this role.

Application Instructions: Please read the full Job Description and complete the Application Form. All applications should be sent by email to jobs@allwecan.org.uk  and must be received no later than Friday 21 January 2022 at 12:00 pm.


Head of Operations & Resources (Finance & Resources Team)

Location: Central London (with hybrid/home-based working).
Please note that in response to Covid-19, most staff are currently working from home until the end of the year, with core staff working reduced hours in office as required. A return to a new office in early 2022 will be subject to review and assessment nearer the time.

Job Summary: We’re looking for a Head of Operations & Resources to be responsible for our daily operations and. This is a new role and you will have oversight and responsibility of our daily operations, ensuring that our infrastructure, systems and processes all work smoothly and enable us to work effectively towards our vision and operations plans. You will act as a champion for our positive team culture, model inclusion and equality, and will support the Senior Leadership team and managers, allowing the organisation to thrive and develop as we transition into the next chapter of our exciting journey. You will help to develop, motivate and retain the team at our organisation through your oversight of all Human Resources related activities, safety, operational function including the technology and tools we need to do our job effectively and the data we hold and process. You will also ensure efficient operation in our daily financial processes, working closely with the finance team.

You will be a highly relational, proactive, self-starting leader who shares our commitment to helping people living in some of the world’s most vulnerable communities, by ending the suffering caused by disasters, poverty and injustice. We want you to be comfortable with our faith-based values and relate warmly and professionally to a wide range of networks, cultures and organisations.

You will be entrusted with key decision-making and contract management with service providers. You’ll work with the whole staff team, as part of the Finance and Resources Team. You’ll have relevant experience of operational, financial and people management and processes, and show a journey of professional development and learning. You will be an articulate communicator with an ability to share and embed strategy into operational function and understanding. You will have the unique opportunity to understand and be part of the work and impact of two great charities working together as one operational organisation.

If this sounds like a role in which you would like to serve and flourish, we’d love to hear from you.  Please complete the application form, demonstrating how you would fulfil the Job Description and return it to us by Friday 28 January 2022 at 12:00 pm.

Salary: £52,000 per annum

Term of appointment: Permanent

N.B.: You must have the right to live and work in the UK to be considered for this role.

Application Instructions: Please read the full Job Description and complete the Application Form. All applications should be sent by email to jobs@allwecan.org.uk  and must be received no later than midday on Friday 28 January 2022.


All We Can strongly encourages those with relevant and applicable experience to apply. All We Can values people as individuals with diverse opinions, cultures, lifestyles and circumstances.  We are committed to building a culturally diverse team and therefore encourage applications from a diverse range of candidates to help us reflect our world and the communities we work alongside.

Please note for all roles: We do not accept CV’s on their own or other documentation, the All We Can application form must be completed for you to be considered for the job. The appointment is subject to a Disclosure and Barring check, please see application form for full details. If you have any enquiries, please email jobs@allwecan.org.uk or call 020 7467 5266.

In the UK, All We Can’s staff and volunteers are expected to follow All We Can’s Safeguarding Policy and Procedures and an enhanced DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) disclosure is required for all relevant All We Can members of staff and volunteers. In addition, All We Can follows Safer Recruitment principles and guidelines for all posts where contact with children and/or adults at risk is possible – this includes a full application process, interviewing candidates, taking up and verifying two satisfactory references, verifying qualifications, identity checks, and a full DBS check. Since 2021 All We Can has also been a part of The Inter-Agency Misconduct Disclosure Scheme – a scheme initiated to address the issue of known sexual abusers moving within and between humanitarian development and aid agencies. The scheme ensures development and aid agencies can effectively work together to share misconduct data between recruiting organisations and previous employers.

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