RESULTS UK is an equal opportunity employer.

RESULTS UK is opposed to discrimination in employment as well as in society, politics and the economy, and seeks to avoid discrimination in its own employment and recruitment of staff and volunteers. We will not discriminate on grounds of creed, race, gender, sexual orientation, disability or age.

We positively welcome the contributions of people from a wide range of backgrounds, skills and abilities, recognising the value that different perspectives bring to the organisation.  As part of this commitment, we aim to attract and retain high-calibre staff of all backgrounds by offering a range of people-centred policies to support our staff including options to work from home, flexible working and agile contracts, training and professional development opportunities, and membership of the disability confident scheme. Further information about these is available on request.

As an organisation, we are committed to ensure that our recruitment policies and processes are inclusive, equitable and fair.

Here are the current opportunities at RESULTS UK.

Policy Advocacy Officer (Covid-19)


The Policy Advocacy Officer (Covid-19) will be a key part of our Policy Advocacy Team. The post-holder will help us overcome some of the challenges of Covid-19, mobilise resources to support the fight against it, and work closely to ensure its alignment with other issue areas. They will take lead responsibility for being an issue-area expert on Covid-19 policy advocacy and will lead on the development and delivery of high-quality policy advocacy for use in all of RESULTS’ work. Given the wide-ranging impact that Covid-19 has had the role will necessarily involve engaging on related development issues that RESULTS works on such as development financing, Health System Strengthening, Universal Health Coverage, Vaccination, Early Childhood Development, Nutrition, and the Sustainable Development Goals.

Policy Advocacy Officer (Child Health)


RESULTS UK seek to make change by creating the public and political will to end poverty. We focus on building positive relationships with anyone who shares our mission, with equity and inclusiveness amongst our core values. RESULTS UK believes the building blocks to end of poverty are health, education, economic opportunities – things that all people, wherever they live, need and have a right to. Within these four areas, we prioritise specific...

RESULTS UK is a charity registered as RESULTS Education in England and Wales (1015286), a company limited by guarantee (2761858), and a charity registered in Scotland (SC041481).