Work for us
We are currently recruiting for two paid part time roles, and one paid full time role.
FAMILY PARTICIPATION AND SUPPORT WORKER - Full Time
We are looking for an experienced participation worker to support families to seek the truth and feel empowered to hold others to account and become self-advocates for systemic change. The primary role of the post is twofold: To enhance, strengthen and develop family input and involvement into INQUEST’s work and strategic development and ensure families are at the heart of our work; To strengthen and develop support and guidance for the families we work with and their family members.
To apply: Please read the application packs carefully. You can also get more information on INQUEST and its work on this website. Should you have questions about either role, please email us at email@example.com or call us on 020 7263 111.
Should you wish to apply, please complete the INQUEST application form and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org, specifying which role you are applying to on the subject title. Please address your email to the Operations Director.
Closing date: Tuesday 3rd October, 1pm.
Date for Interviews: Monday 16th October
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Applications have now closed. Succesful applicants will be invited to an interview in early October. Unfortunately we do not have the capacity to contact all unsuccesful applicants, but we are grateful to have recieved a high number of excellent applications and encourage those who were not succesful to keep up to date with future job opportunities at INQUEST, by subscribing to our newsletter here.
Applications have now closed. Succesful applicants were invited to interview on Friday 15 September. Unfortunately we do not have the capacity to contact all unsuccesful applicants, but we are grateful to have recieved a high number of excellent applications and encourage those who were not succesful to keep up to date with future job opportunities at INQUEST, by subscribing to our newsletter here.
‘I very much admire the Co-Directors of INQUEST who have committed their professional lives to speaking up for bereaved families and helping them seeking justice for their loved ones.They work every day with the victims of tragic circumstances and I think we can all learn from their strength, tenacity and professionalism.’
– Katy Swaine, former Legal Director for Children’s Rights Alliance for England