Our Everyday Equality strategy sets out an ambitious plan for the future of the organisation.
We're a good employer and a great place to work because we:
- continually encourage high performance
- are a diverse workforce
- provide great development opportunities
- have a real focus on employee engagement
- support learning, innovation and improvement across the organisation.
Working at our London office
In 2018 we moved our headquarters to a new office at Here East, on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, sharing a building with waterside restaurants on the River Lee.
The office is designed to support new technology, new flexible ways of working and new working practices.
In our London office you might work in marketing or fundraising, supporting disabled people on our Helpline, or keeping the business running in accounts or HR.
Working in one of our charity shops
Working in our charity shops is a rewarding and challenging way to learn new skills and develop your career in retail. You'll work with a team of volunteers as well as employees, on the shop floor, or as a store manager or area manager responsible for multiple shops.
- flexible working
- generous pension
- tax-free cycle to work scheme
- interest-free travel season ticket loan
- healthcare cash plan
- eye care vouchers
- life insurance
- support, advice and counselling via our employee assistance program
- long service awards
- discounts at gyms, shops, theatres, and more.
- 27 days a year plus bank holidays for office staff
- 35 days a year for shop staff
Equality and inclusion are at the heart of Scope’s mission and we are absolutely committed to creating a diverse and inclusive work place with equality of opportunity for all.
We particularly welcome applications from disabled people, and guarantee interviews to disabled applicants who meet the minimum job criteria.
If you need any job information in a different format like large print or braille call 020 7619 7752.
Advice and support for disabled job seekers
Employing Disabled People
17% of employees who responded to our 2017 staff survey told us they were disabled. We don't have a target, but we do want to recruit more disabled people to all teams and at all levels, as well as people with lived experience of disability through family and friends.
We want Scope to be a great place to work if you are disabled. In consultation with our disabled employees we are:
- Changing the way we advertise so more disabled people see and apply for jobs.
- Making it easier for disabled employees to get changes made to our office and their workspace (reasonable adjustments).
- Letting people work from home or work flexible hours whenever we can.
- Helping disabled people develop their skills and flourish at Scope.
- Guaranteeing interviews for all disabled applicants meeting the minimum criteria for a role.
- Running disability equality training for all our employees.
Scope uses the social model of disability, which recognises that physical and social barriers disable people with impairments, not the impairments themselves.
Social model of disability