Chwarae Teg is committed to promoting equality, valuing diversity and working inclusively and we uphold these principles in our behaviour and working practices – as an employer, in the services we provide and as an organisation that campaigns for gender equality. We are passionate about creating a truly inclusive workplace that promotes diversity and values the contributions of all of our employees. We encourage applications from all regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, disability, sexuality, social background, religion or faith.

Why work for Chwarae Teg?

We believe in fairness and equality. We don’t just say the words. We live these values each day, in everything we do.

Not only does our vision & mission drive our employees to come to work every day, we offer a range of rewards and benefits to make sure everybody has something to smile about.

Our commitment

At Chwarae Teg we are committed to improving the diversity of our team. We therefore offer a guaranteed interview to candidates from Black, Asian or other ethnic minority backgrounds and disabled people who meet the essential job criteria.


We are ambitious

As individuals, as an organisation, and for those we work with.

We are pioneers

We build and use our expertise to make Chwarae Teg and our partners more successful.

We are dynamic and resilient

We are impatient for change and we don’t take no for an an answer!

We are one united team

We help and challenge each other to do the best job possible.

We are innovative

We have fun being creative in getting results.

We are professionals

We demonstrate our professionalism and credibility internally and externally in all that we do.

Rewards & Benefits

Chwarae Teg contributes 7% of gross salary to our stakeholder pension scheme.
We offer a generous 40-day annual leave per year, as standard (based on a 5-day working week). We understand annual leave is essential for wellbeing so it can be taken on an hourly basis and employees are free to choose whether to work a national bank holiday or substitute day.
We offer our employees enhanced maternity, paternity, adoption and shared parental leave pay (subject to a qualifying length of service), in addition to limited paid dependency leave).
Our employees have membership to the Westfield Health Cash Plan, which provides help with health-related expenses and an Employee Assistance Programme, offering a 24/7 confidential advice line for health, legal & bereavement support (and more).
We operate an annual learning budget across the organisation and we encourage all employees to pursue development opportunities in their chosen field. We also offer regular knowledge-sharing sessions, lunch and learns with guest speakers, e-learning and in-house career development, personal growth and business best practice webinars and workshops.
We provide avenues for employees to give recognition to colleagues for their support and achievements, to share ideas that can inform working practices and to raise concerns. Our in-house Employee Forum also provides support to employees on a range of matters
We believe that work should be about what you do, not where and when you do it. We operate agile working and provide a culture that promotes autonomy and trust.

Current positions

There are no vacancies at this time.
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