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.

RESULTS UK - Board Secretary

This is a voluntary position

There are many organisations working to fight hunger and poverty around the world. RESULTS' particular focus is unique: our mission is to work with others to create the public and political will to end poverty, by enabling people to exercise their personal and political power for change.

We are seeking a Board Secretary to support our board. This is a voluntary position ideally with a minimum commitment of 18 months.

We are particularly...

Senior Parliamentary Advocacy Officer (Tuberculosis)

£33,047 per annum

The Senior Parliamentary Advocacy Officer will be a key part of our Parliamentary Advocacy Team. Reporting to the Head of Parliamentary Advocacy, this post-holder will take lead responsibility for delivering parliamentary advocacy on Tuberculosis (TB) and providing leadership on a sub-set of RESULTS UK’s TB workstreams / policy priorities. Someone dies of TB every 20 seconds. The world’s failure to adequately address TB and other diseases of poverty is due in large part to a lack of political will. There is therefore an urgent need to scale up advocacy capacities in both donor and low-income countries to demand greater leadership and accountability on TB.


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).