UnLtd is a place for those who want to have a meaningful impact and shape the social entrepreneurship sector in the UK.

Our ambition is to be the best place to work in the sector.  Every year we help hundreds of social entrepreneurs to start and grow their ventures - you could be part of the brilliant team making this happen.

Based across the UK, our team is made up of talented, highly motivated people who are passionate about helping social entrepreneurs make a difference. Does this sound like you?

83% of staff recommended Unltd as a good place to work.

(2017 staff survey and this is an upper quartile score in comparison to benchmark peers)


What we offer

We are a people powered organisation. Our staff are at the heart of what we do. We want UnLtd to be a fantastic place for them to work. Alongside a competitive benefits package, we are serious about offering staff the opportunity to learn, grow and develop.

We want to see all employees develop during their time with us, so they can continue to shape the social entrepreneurship sector - whether at UnLtd or elsewhere. All employees have access to a wide range of internal and external training programmes, coaching, mentoring, secondments and other development opportunities.


As a UnLtd employee there are many benefits you can take advantage of and we hope this page will give you a taste of what's on offer.

If you work full time your normal working hours are 35 hours per week. We operate a flexi-time policy with core hours of work between 10am - 4pm. As a full time, employee, your start and finishing times are at your discretion provided you work all core hours and 35 hours by the weekend.
We offer 25 days paid holiday plus the 8 bank holidays per year (pro rata for part time staff). Staff can also purchase an additional 5 days of annual leave each calendar year. UnLtd offices tend to close over the festive season and an additional 5 fixed days are usually given during the period of December, and the New Year - these days are non-contractual and maybe subject to change.
Once you have completed your probationary period you can apply for a season ticket loan to help manage the cost of your travel.
In the event of death in service we will pay 4 times your annual salary as life assurance to your nominated beneficiary.
Staff are eligible for sick pay of up to one-month full pay and one month half pay based on length of service. Following the diagnosis of certain illnesses, you may also be eligible to receive payment under our Income Protection Plan.
In addition to all statutory benefits for parents and those adopting, we offer an additional 12 weeks’ pay at full salary and 12 weeks at half salary to staff going on maternity leave provided they have at least a years’ service and intend to return to work. Staff going on paternity leave who are eligible will receive 2 weeks full pay and a further 2 weeks half pay to be taken within a year of the child’s birth.
Learn about Tax free-childcare. Speak to the finance officer for more information.
Once you have completed your probationary period you can join our stake holder pension scheme. During the first 2 years of service UnLtd will match your contributions up to 5% following 2 years of service, provided you contribute 5% we will then increase our contributions each year up to a maximum of 10% once you reach 5 years of service.
Pressure and stress are not uncommon within most people’s daily working lives, but if not managed effectively can have a significant impact on personal wellbeing. Through the EAP you have access to a team of Telephone Information Specialists who provide 'in the moment' practical information and advice services around issues that may be affecting you at home or work. The EAP also provides access to a team of trained counsellors offering support at the most difficult of times.
All employees are also entitled to an eyesight test funded by UnLtd every 12 months. A contribution will also be made to the standard cost of glasses if they are required for the sole use with a Visual Display Unit
Once you have completed your probationary period you can apply for the Bike2Work scheme. The offer intends to take full advantage of the Government Cycle to Work scheme, which aims to reduce environmental pollution, promote healthier lifestyles, and make cycling to work cost-effective by offering tax saving on bikes and cycling equipment.
Following 5 years of service staff can apply for a one-off 3-month unpaid career break.
Staff have up to 2 days of volunteering allowance they can use each year

View our latest opportunities

If you’re interested in working for an exciting company that offers great benefits , we’re hiring. View our current vacancies at UnLtd and apply today

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