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Jobs at Young Women’s Trust

If you would like to work for a forward-thinking charity that puts young women front and centre, we’d like to hear from you. Working at Young Women’s Trust is more than a job. It’s being part of a bigger purpose and reaching your full potential, so we can work together to build a better future for young women.

Current vacancies

Social Media and Digital Marketing Manager

Salary:£40,095 per year (28 hours per week) or £43,574 per year (35 hours per week)
Hours: 28-35 hours per week, with flexible working options available. We will consider applications for jobshares if candidates apply with a jobshare partner
Location: Our office is based in Angel, London but we welcome applicants from across the UK. There is an expectation to come to the London office on a regular basis
Contract type: Fixed term (parental leave cover) for 1 year
Closing date: Monday 12 June, 9am

We are looking for a Social Media and Digital Marketing Manager to lead the charity’s social media presence across all channels. They will also deliver digital marketing and digital mobilisation activity to engage young women in campaigning, promote our services and engage new and existing supporters.

Find out more about the role and how to apply

Chair of Trustees

Salary: Unremunerated
Hours: We estimate the time commitment to be roughly half a day a month
Location: Board meetings are held in Central London
Closing Date: 4 July, 5pm

We are looking for a Chair of Trustees who is passionate about addressing the economic injustices faced by a generation of young women trapped in low pay or no pay. Our ideal candidate will also be a brilliant ambassador who will use their networks to raise our profile and credibly influence decision makers in cross-party politics as well as employers to bring about a more equal world of work.

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Young Women’s Trust benefits

Young Women’s Trust is a Living Wage employer and we commit to Show the Salary for every job we advertise. Non-graduates are welcome and we offer a wide range of flexible working options including job share, part-time and compressed hours, different start and finish times and working from home.

You’ll be joining a team that will embrace your ideas and support and encourage you to bring your whole self to work.

We offer:

  • 27 days annual leave plus bank holidays – rising annually to a maximum of 30 day
  • Enhanced parental leave irrespective of length of service.
    • Up to 52 weeks maternity leave – 26 weeks at normal rate of pay, 13 weeks Statutory Maternity Pay, 13 weeks unpaid
    • Up to 26 weeks new parents leave at your normal rate of pay
  • 2 annual wellbeing days
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Learning and development budget
  • Flexible working which is fully embedded in our working culture.

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Hear from the one of the team

“It’s so rewarding to be part of Young Women’s Trust, a charity that delivers what they say they will. It’s also amazing that young women are at the forefront and heart of all decisions the charity makes, as they should be.”

Jade, Services Administrator and former Advisory Panel member 

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Equity, diversity and inclusion

At Young Women’s Trust, we value and celebrate diversity and welcome job applications regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, disability, religion, sexual orientation or gender identity.

We particularly encourage applications from communities under-represented in our sector including individuals from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds, people with disabilities, and those from low socio-economic backgrounds. You’ll be joining a team that will embrace your ideas and support and encourage you to bring your whole self to work.


Young Women’s Trust is a charity committed to supporting young women aged 18-30 who are living on low or no pay. As such, we have a responsibility to safeguard the welfare of all young people, children and vulnerable adults engaged with in the course of our work. All potential employees and volunteers (where appropriate) are subject to a series of checks, including:

  • Providing an up-to-date CV, explaining any significant gaps
  • Completing a DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check
  • Providing references
  • Confirming your identity
  • Confirming your right to work in UK.

About us

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Young Women’s Trust champions young women aged 18 to 30 on low or no pay. We’re here to create a more equal world of work and raise young women’s incomes.

Members of the Young Women's Trust team at an event

Our team

Meet the Young Women's Trust team of talented individuals who are fighting for economic justice for young women.