Ibrahim, an Action Against Hunger staff member in Mali.


Action Against Hunger is a vibrant, inspiring place to work. We’re looking to recruit passionate and dedicated people who can help us in the fight against hunger.

We’re an international charity committed to saving the lives of malnourished children and supporting their families.

We’re a diverse and dedicated team of people who always want to take on new challenges to help us grow our skills and knowledge – we’d love you to join us!

Current vacancies

Director of Finance, IT and Administration

The Director of Finance, IT and Administration has overall control and responsibility for all financial aspects of the charity’s strategy. The post holder will analyse all financial statement to
provide advice and support colleagues to enable them to make sound business decisions. They will also ensure the charity meets all financial compliance requirements.

Salary: around £75,000

Contract: Permanent, full time

How to apply: Please submit your completed application to [email protected] by 9am on Monday 6 June 2022. This will include:

  • an up-to-date CV outlining your employment history, academic and professional qualifications, and contact details
  • a completed registration form
  • a supporting statement (no more than 2x A4 pages) demonstrating how you meet the criteria outlined in the person specification and outlining why you’re interested in working for Action Against Hunger

Download the recruitment pack

Head of MEAL Services

We’re seeking a proactive Head of Monitoring, Evaluations, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) Services to lead a talented team that’s passionate about working towards Action Against Hunger’s vision of a world free from hunger.

Salary: £54,086-£58,390

Contract: Permanent, full time

Closing date: Thursday 9 June 2022

Apply now

Methodology Advisor (Hunger and Conflict)

We’re looking for an advisor to work on the development of a methodology that aims to establish the link between hunger and conflict with the aim of contributing to the implementation of Resolution 2417 of the United Nations Security Council.

Salary: £36,774-£39,326

Contract: Fixed-term 12 month contract, full time

Closing date: Sunday 22 May 2022

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Parliamentary Relations Manager

This role help us to build relationships with a core group of supportive Parliamentarians who we can work with to champion our goals with government.

Salary: £36,774-£39,326

Contract: Fixed-term two year contract, full time

Closing date: Sunday 22 May 2022

Apply now

We welcome applications from all sections of the community and we’re keen to encourage as broad a range of candidates as possible. If you require any additional support to help you during this process, please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss further.

Staff benefits

We offer a range of benefits for our staff, including:

  • highly flexible working policies to empower you to manage your work-life balance
  • automatic enrolment into our workplace pension scheme, matching your contribution of 4% each month
  • interest-free season ticket and personal loans (subject to eligibility)
  • payroll giving scheme
  • ride to work scheme
  • private medical insurance
  • free health cashback scheme, including dentist and optician appointments
  • discounted gym and health club membership
  • online shopping discount scheme
  • employee advice line – free confidential access to financial and legal advisors
  • counselling services – telephone and online counselling sessions
  • organisational sick pay – starting at four week full pay or two weeks half pay, increasing with service
  • enhanced annual leave – 25 days plus eight bank holidays, increasing to 30 days after four years’ service
  • enhanced maternity and paternity pay
  • up to five days paid carers’ leave
  • up to 24 hours paid leave per year for employer-supported volunteering

Please note

  • We don’t accept speculative applications for any roles. It’s our policy to advertise all vacancies as part of our commitment to equal opportunities and the creation of a diverse and inclusive workforce.
  • Due to the high volume of applications we receive, we will only contact candidates who have been shortlisted. If you have not heard from us within two weeks of the closing date, please assume your application has not been successful.
  • Unless specifically indicated, all posts are based in the UK and candidates may only apply if they have right to work in the UK.
  • Be alert to recruitment scams. We advertise all genuine Action Against Hunger UK vacancies on our website. We will never ask you to pay a fee to us or a third party as part of any selection process, or ask for your bank details.
  • If you require additional support or reasonable adjustments to enable you to participate in our recruitment process, please don’t hesitate to call us on 020 8293 6195 or email Maria Franklin, HR Director, at [email protected].


About us

A boy is screened for malnutrition at an Action Against Hunger treatment centre in Mali.

We’ll fight for every child’s life until the world is free from hunger.

How we're run

Ibrahim, an Action Against Hunger community health worker in Mali, on his motorbike.

Action Against Hunger UK is part of a worldwide network fighting malnutrition.

What we stand for

An Action Against Hunger health worker in Mali.

We tackle the causes and effects of hunger – no matter what the circumstances.