Careers and opportunities

Would you like to work with us? See below for voluntary and paid opportunities.

We have a number of current and upcoming opportunities.

Volunteer Opportunity


We are looking for volunteers/interns with the following interest and experience

  • Income generation, fundraising and funding/grant sourcing
  • PR and Communications
  • Editorial experience
  • Marketing (Market research, Brand and partnerships)
  • Policy (Safeguarding Lead, Data/GDPR)
  • Treasurer/Finance
  • Legal (Charity/Non-profit Law/Compliance)
  • Journalism/Critical writing/Writing for social change

Please send  your CV and cover letter to:



We are looking for someone who is motivated and passionate about supporting families to join our dedicated board of directors .


The WHMWI are seeking new directors to support our organisation. The WHMWI is supported by an dynamic board of directors, who are responsible for the governance and strategic direction of the CIC. We are especially interested in individuals who are committed to our goals, with expertise and competence in governance; marketing, strategic and business development; as well as policy development, fundraising, finance, and PR. We would also welcome individuals who have an interest in culture and art, as well as global women’s rights and maternal health.

We are looking for directors to fill the following vacancies:

  • Income generation, fund raising and grant sourcing
  • PR
  • Publishing, Communications, Editorial experience
  • Chair
  • Secretary
  • Policy (Safeguarding Lead, Data/GDPR)
  • Treasurer/Finance
  • Legal (Charity/Non-profit Law/Compliance)

We are looking for directors who have:

  • Strategic and business vision to help the initiative to become robust and sustainable
  • A commitment to girls’ and women’s health, reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health and rights
  • An understanding of the attainment gap and its connection to life chance and health and social inequalities
  • The ability to help us secure funding and fundraise
  • An ability to think creatively
  • Honesty and Clarity
  • An understanding and acceptance of the legal duties, responsibilities and liabilities of what it means to be a director (or Trustee)
  • The ability to work effectively as part of a team
  • The ability to hold the interests of the CIC as a priority and not for personal gain


  • You will be expected to support the growth and development of the WHMWI by bringing your expertise to the board of directors
  • You will be expected to attend a minimum of 4 board meetings per year
  • You will be expected to attend in person board sessions where necessary
  • You will be expected to support the WHMWI to achieve its aims
  • Please note: This role is voluntary and unpaid but reasonable out of pocket travel expenses will be reimbursed.


  • Cultivate and enhance your existing skills and expertise within a CIC that specialises in reproductive, girls’ and women’s health, well-being and human rights.
  • Gain leadership experience in the third sector
  • Accrue strategic experience- develop and hone your critical thinking analytical, and problem-solving skills
  • Be a part of an expanding and influential network of experts in women’s health, reproductive, maternal and newborn health rights
  • Gain new opportunities for professional development
  • Pay forward your skills & expertise to benefit others


To apply to be a Director of the WHMWI, please provide the following:

  • A letter of interest explaining your motivation for applying, your interest in the role and how you meet the requirements for the position for Director including any relevant experience. This should be a maximum 2 sides of A4, minimum font size 10 point.
  • An up-to-date CV
  • Please submit your application via to


We look forward to hearing from you!

All staff, volunteers and trustees will be expected to undergo a DBS check



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Senior Hub Lead

We are looking for someone who is motivated and passionate about supporting families to join our dedicated team. The role is for a Senior Hub Lead position and is perfect for anyone with a background in supporting  families across a range of issues arising antenatally- right through to the early years. Examples include health visitors, early years specialists or similar. As we are a small organisation moving from start-up to active this role is part-time with the prospect of accruing more hours. The job is flexible and you will be part a dynamic team and organisation whose goal is to contribute to closing the gap in health inequalities as it pertains to girls, women and children.

Are you passionate about giving families the best start to life and achieving a safer beginning? Are you experienced and knowledgeable around supporting families from African, African-Caribbean and mixed-heritage backgrounds? Are you a sensitive and empathetic practitioner? Then, this might be the job for you!

See below for job description. Closing date: 18.03.2022. THIS JOB ADVERT IS NOW CLOSED.

Job description.

To apply:

Please send a CV and cover letter to the e-mail:

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