We’re hiring!

4th February 2019

We’re hiring!


It’s an exciting time to join us… Guts UK is ready to put digestive health on the map. We’re looking for 3 new colleagues who can see the size of our ambition, share our vision and are ready to use their experience, skills and energy to enable this transformation. Could that be you?


Who we’re looking for:


– Research Manager (London) £35,000- £38,000 (Depending On Experience)

– Events and Community Fundraiser (Huddersfield) £26,000

– Fundraising Administrator (Huddersfield) £20,000- £22,000 (Depending On Experience)


If you are interested in any of these positions, we want to hear from you. Follow this link to read more and apply:  https://gutscharity.org.uk/about-us/vacancies/

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