Inspiring Companies To Work For

We love to discover companies and organisations who are challenging the norm and changing the way we work and live for the better.

In every walk of life from food to fashion through to technology and financial services, companies across the UK and the world are choosing to work differently and this is improving the lives of customers and employees.

These organisations are growing fast and that means they are creating lots of meaningful and fulfilling jobs for us all which is exciting news.

Below we hope you’ll find a job which makes your heart sing!


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Last Updated Saturday 16th July 2016



Full time (37.5hrs per week)

£16-£18k depending on experience


22nd July 2016

We’re an award-winning, Bristol-based travel company on an exciting journey. Our mission is to make the world a richer place to explore, by seeking out and celebrating special places to stay (and eat). We believe that business should be a force for good, enriching rather than exploiting communities, the environment, our employees and the lives of those who use us.  Being responsible is not only right, but great business too.

Our company is only as good as the people who work for it. We are always on the hunt for great people to help shape our future, to bring energy, ideas and determination, and to nurture and develop our special culture.

We need people for whom work is more than just ‘9 to 5’, who believe in making the world a better, more interesting and richly-experienced place and who have the drive to carve out a career doing just that here at Sawday’s. Is that you?

About the opportunity:

We’re looking for a resourceful and empathetic admin whizz with amazing customer service skills to support our French team and the wider Membership department.

Responsibilities include handling customer queries (on the phone and via email), uploading Special Places to our website, managing and supporting our French inspectors and collecting data for our Marketing team.

Find out more and apply here


Berlin, Germany

Part-time freelance with potential to grow into a full-time position Apply here 
Ecosia, “the search engine that plants trees”, is a pioneering social business and one of the first B Corporations in Europe. As part of our mission to cultivate a more environmentally, socially and economically sustainable world, we want to plant a billion native trees by 2020. Our 3 million users do 25 million searches every month and our small, dedicated team needs to grow!

About the opportunity:

We’re now looking for an Android Developer, who will be responsible for re-creating our Android App. You will be working part-time from our office in Berlin on a freelance basis with the potential to grow this role into a full time position.

You’ll be taking  ownership of our Android application with tens of thousands of active users and lead our efforts on re-launching it  You will write high-quality code and follow strong engineering standards. Help innovate and improve our product with your ideas and bring an industry-leading product with millions of users to Android smartphones around the world.

You will work closely with our product manager, UI/UX designers and backend engineers and continuously discover, evaluate, and implement new technologies to maximize development efficiency.

Find out more and apply here

More Jobs with Ecosia:

Tree Planting Officer – Berlin, Germany

Communications Intern (paid, 6 months) – Berlin, Germany

Javascript Developer – Berlin, Germany

Business Developer – Berlin, Germany

Public Relations Specialist USA – Berlin, Germany

Public Relations Specialist France – Berlin, Germany


Bangor, Northern Ireland

Woodland Trust
Full Time Permanent

£30,000 pa plus pension, life assurance, 25 days holiday, company vehicle

Closing date:

14th August 2016 

The Woodland Trust is embarking on an ambitious 10 year vision which is aimed at ‘strengthening the role of woods and trees in our landscape and communities’ with a strong focus on the connection between people, woods and trees.  Part of the vision includes a focus on developing a more localised approach to engaging with our members and the wider public through our woodlands and partnerships, providing great engagement opportunities and high quality visitor experiences which will attract large numbers of visitors to our sites and generate volunteering opportunities that add value to our work.

About the opportunity

This new role will join our Woodland Operations team in Northern Ireland , delivering the Trust’s communications, engagement and events programmes, onsite visitor experience and volunteering programmes, ensuring the region’s funded projects and partnership activity is communicated appropriately, and that engagement and volunteering opportunities are identified, planned and resourced.

You’ll be experienced in engaging communities through effective events and communications, and building relationships with partners. You must have previous line management experience and the ability to motivate a team to deliver programmes of work.

Regular travel will be required to our current major projects therefore a full driving licence is essential along with the ability to undertake travel across a wide area, sometimes to remote locations.

Find out more and apply here

More jobs with The Woodland Trust:

IT SUPPORT OFFICER 1ST/2ND LINE HELPDESK – Grantham, Lincolnshire (Closing date: 31/7/16)


MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS EXECUTIVE – Grantham, Lincolnshire (Closing date: 7/8/16)



Bristol Pound
4 days a week – 32 hours

£23,000 pro rata

Closing date:

5th August 2016 

The Bristol Pound is a not-for-profit partnership between Bristol Pound Community Interest Company (CIC) and Bristol Credit Union.

Bristol Pound CIC is a company established with specific social goals and with assets of the company ‘locked in’ to community control. It is governed in line with the model of a stakeholder cooperative giving Bristol Pound account holders a say in the development of the company and representation on the board.

The Bristol Pound is the UK’s first city wide local currency, the first to have electronic accounts managed by a regulated financial institution, and the first that can be used to pay some local taxes.

About the opportunity

Thousands of people living or working in Bristol and many visitors to the city use the Bristol Pound. They’re using paper Bristol Pounds to buy groceries and train fares, paying by text message for cycle repairs and using online repeat payments to pay their council tax. Bristol’s the first city to have its own currency and the Bristol Pound continues to grow.

Bristol Pound (which is a not-for-profit organisation) is looking to expand its team who are responsible for managing and growing the organisation’s individual and business membership, increasing the impact of the local currency, and promoting the scheme around Bristol and beyond.

The Business Relationship Manager will be responsible for managing and growing the organisation’s relationships with its business members.

Find out more and apply here


Looking for great people in these areas:

Manchester, Leeds, Cardiff and Glasgow

Next Door
Temporary 6 to 8 weeks project

Compensation: Results based

Closing date:


Nextdoor is the private social network for you, your neighbours and your community. It’s the easiest way for you and your neighbours to talk online and make all of your lives better in the real world. And it’s free.

Thousands of neighbourhoods are already using Nextdoor to build happier, safer places to call home. People are using Nextdoor to:

  • Quickly get the word out about a break-in
  • Organise a Neighbourhood Watch Group
  • Track down a trustworthy babysitter
  • Find out who does the best paint job in town
  • Ask for help keeping an eye out for a lost dog
  • Find a new home for an outgrown bike
  • Finally call that nice man down the street by his first name
  • Nextdoor’s mission is to use the power of technology to build stronger and safer neighbourhoods.

About the opportunity

Nextdoor, the free, private online social network for neighbourhoods, is expanding to the UK and looking for exceptional community-minded individuals to run an independent project in their area this summer.

City Launchers expand Nextdoor neighbourhood coverage throughout their city. They will work with their own networks and neighbourhood leaders to start and grow new Nextdoor neighbourhoods.

Compensation is primarily results-based, including bonuses for exceeding baseline goals. Ideal candidates have deep roots in their community and a proven track record of independent work, as they will be executing their own city-specific efforts on behalf of Nextdoor.

City Launchers are supported by a programme lead, based in London. The project will last 6-8 weeks, beginning in July and ending in September. Accelerated timeline and compensation is available to those who exceed goals.

Please send your C.V. and why you think you’d be a good fit to


King’s Cross, London

Permanent Full Time

Competitive Salary

Closing date:

Tuesday, 26 July 2016 

Kings Place are an independently-funded arts and conference venue presenting a diverse range of music, spoken word and art. We aim to delight and enrich the lives of everyone who visit us.

We pride ourselves on having world-class facilities, which are able to deliver a superior standard of both cultural and corporate events. Our purpose-built facilities offer world-class acoustics in a beautiful intimate concert hall, award-winning conference facilities and aesthetically appealing public spaces to bring people together.

We see ourselves as being ambassadors of music, presenting a diverse range of work. We support both established and emerging artists, fostering long-term relationships in jointly presenting a programme that has all the hallmarks of artistic excellence, innovation, experimentation and appeal. We are proud to be the home of three world-class orchestras (Aurora Orchestra, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, London Sinfonietta), whose amazing work is an integral part of our artistic programme.

We strive to deliver excellence in all that we do. We are proud of our independent funding status and our flexibility in how we operate, in adhering to our goal of excellence.

About the opportunity

We are currently recruiting for an Event Production Coordinator. As part of Kings Place Music Foundation’s (KPMF) production team, the Event Production Co-ordinator specialises in the technical production of events and conferences.

Reporting to the Event Production Manager the role liaises, supports, advises and assists Kings Place Events (KPE) (internal partner company who market and manage all of the commercial hire activity within the building) in the production of market leading and commercially viable events, delivering technical excellence throughout. The Event Production Coordinator assists in the development, liaison and management of all Kings Place clientele and specialise in creatively consulting on production, technical feasibility and logistics.

The role collates and raises information relating to conferences and events at Kings Place, interpreting and realising clients’ visions, ensuring events are delivered to the highest technical standards, on-time and within agreed budgets.

Find out more and apply here


Exeter, Devon

Shillingford Organics logo
28 hours a week.

Hourly rate plus considerable incentive scheme

Closing date:

Monday, 25th July 2016

Shillingford Organics is all about growing seasonal, organic vegetables, salad, herbs and fruit to give local people the opportunity to buy great, healthy, freshly harvested produce, which is free from harmful pesticides and chemicals. We keep organic hens, which give us wonderful, tasty, popular organic eggs. Our use of green manures and well-made compost coverings ensure we optimise soil biology.

Our family run farm is located on the outskirts of Exeter near Shillingford Abbot. We have been running an organic vegetable box scheme since 2001. We grow with care and consideration and adopt many methods which encourage a natural balance. We are passionate about wildlife and biodiversity.

The business is faced with the extreme challenge of being commercially viable in a food economy which is globalised and dominated by large scale, highly-mechanised, specialist producers and awash with cheap food.  To survive and flourish we have to have efficient systems, be willing to adapt and work effectively together and produce and deliver great produce.

About the opportunity

The delivery driver is a key member of our team.  We are looking for an organised, motivated and friendly person who can earn a good income by working effectively and giving great service to our customers.  Starting at 5am they will be delivering our vegetable boxes/orders to households mainly in the Exeter area, delivering bulk orders direct to shops, cafes and markets.

There is an incentive scheme based on number of deliveries made. Therefore, it is very much in the interest of the successful applicant that our sales flourish.

We are a small Team and the successful candidate needs to be an excellent Team player, who works with integrity, responsibility and is considerate to others.  He or she will have an understanding of running a small business and an interest in marketing and promotion,

a desire to work closely as part of a Team who are passionate about  organic growing, ecology, good food and a concern for wider global environmental issues.

Find out more and apply here


Camden, London

10 10
24 hours/ 3 days per week (0.6FTE)

£26,550 – £29,550 pa pro-rata depending on experience.

Closing date:

9am, Monday 8th August

Hi, we’re 10:10 – we bring people together to do bold, beautiful things that help tackle climate change.

Are you a stickler for everything being exactly the right shade of 10:10 pink? Do you have a gut instinct for the sort of gifs that’ll stop people scrolling? Do you relish the challenge of communicating big issues to diverse audiences? Do you have a portfolio of eye-catching design work and desire to create more? Do you want to tackle climate change head on? You could be just who we’re looking for…

We’re looking for a part-time design and creative officer to join our growing communications team and ensure everything we produce looks fabulous. You’d report to the head of communications and work alongside other comms team members as well as fundraisers and campaigning staff.

About the opportunity

You’ll be the key design eye in the team, in charge of making sure everything 10:10 produces looks clean, clear, beautiful and consistent – from our equal ops form to a new campaign launch. Supported by copywriting staff you’ll help us catch the eye of our supporters, intrigue new audiences, and motivate them all to take action on climate change.

You’ll also be our in-house graphic designer, helping us produce high quality graphical material including websites, email marketing assets, posters and reports. As well as producing creative assets yourself, you’ll also work with freelance photographers, designers and film-makers too. It’d be useful if you had some experience of commissioning creative work, but it’s not essential.

You’ll be chief advocate for good design within the 10:10 team, offering training where appropriate to help equip team members to produce their own. Part of this will be a matter of brand custodianship – we want your design expertise and strong visual awareness to help keep everything at 10:10 on point.

As part of a small, flexible communications team, you’ll contribute to general marketing, media, outreach and campaign strategy. And we all chip in to make the tea and do the washing up, so there’s that too.

Find out more and apply here


Camden, London

10 10
32-40 hours/ 4-5 days per week (negotiable)

£24,550 – £27,550 pa pro-rata depending on experience

Closing date:

9am, Monday 8th August

Hi, we’re 10:10 – we bring people together to do bold, beautiful things that help tackle climate change.

As you a social media whizz, with a way with words and an eye for a good pic? Got a view on whether climate NGOs should be embracing Facebook Live? Do you love the challenge of communicating big issues to large, diverse audiences? Do you have a commitment to listening to supporters, not just talking to them? Do you want to tackle climate change head on? You could be just who we’re looking for…

We’re looking for a supporter engagement lead to join our growing communications team and act as the chief conduit between 10:10 and our supporters. You’d report to the head of communications and work alongside other comms team members as well as fundraisers and campaigning staff.

About the opportunity

You’ll be one of the key copywriters in the team, composing emails as well as posting to social media. Supported by other design and copywriting experts in the team, you’ll help produce the pictures, puns, and sparkle that catches the eye of our supporters, intrigues new audiences, and motivates them all to take action on climate change.

You’d also take a lead when it comes to dreaming up ways to engage new audiences on social media spaces like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube or Instagram. We’d want you to develop our following there and also have an eye squarely on the horizon of new trends, and a sense of platforms we’re not currently utilising (e.g. we’re not on Snapchat, should we be?). You’ll help build our communications schedule, ensuring our supporters always have something interesting to engage with.

Find out more and apply here



Dartington Hall, Devon

Full time and permanent  Salary £17,160 per annum
Dartington Hall in Dartington, near Totnes, Devon, is a country estate that is the headquarters of the Dartington Hall Trust, a charity specialising in the arts, social justice and sustainability. In addition to developing and promoting arts and educational programmes, the Trust hosts other groups and acts as a venue for retreats. The hall itself is a Grade I listed building.

The estate comprises various schools, colleges and charitable and commercial organisations, including Schumacher College, the Arts at Dartington, the Dartington International Summer School of music, Research in Practice, Dartington School for Social Entrepreneurs and the Shops at Dartington (formerly the Cider Press Centre).

The Hall and medieval courtyard functions in part as a conference centre and wedding venue and provides bed and breakfast accommodation for people attending courses and for casual visitors. The Barn Cinema and the White Hart Bar and Restaurant are used by estate dwellers, residents from the surrounding countryside, and visitors alike.

About the opportunity

Dartington Hall is an inspiring venue; a social enterprise offering genuine customer service. We aspire to deliver innovative, sustainable and creative hospitality that challenges industry standards whilst embracing the aims of the Trust.

As Commis Chef, you will support the effective and efficient operation of all kitchens within Dartington Hall, with the aim that they provide the highest quality of product, are cost effective, meet budgeted targets and achieve a regional and national quality profile. Your role will include food preparation and cooking under the direction of the Senior Chefs, routine cleaning duties and providing excellent customer service, while maintaining an awareness of food hygiene and health and safety.

You will have a keen interest in cooking and the hospitality industry and previous experience working in kitchens and customer facing roles. You will be comfortable working on routine tasks with minimal supervision, as well as working with the rest of the kitchen team to ensure high quality operation. You will also be able to demonstrate good organisation and communication skills.

Apply here


Kings Cross, London

 Global Generation
Part time dependent upon demand and availability

£10 to £12 per hour

Closing date:

Ongoing throughout the year

Global Generation is a youth education charity that operates a moveable vegetable garden and cafe on the King’s Cross development site.  We use land-based activities and the metaphors of ecological and cosmic processes to support building community between each other and the natural world. We primarily work with local young people, businesses and families in King’s Cross as well as at our campsite in Wiltshire. We combine activities such as supporting bees, carpentry, urban food growing, cooking, and eating together with dialogue, story, creative writing, silence and stillness.  These practices help us to create the conditions for people to come together in a fuller and more connected sense of who they are and what they are a part of and from that space, to support them to practically contribute to ecological and social change.

When people think of skips they think of construction, building and dirt. We didn’t. We thought less rubble and more rhubarb. That’s why we started using skips to farm food that, like us, is locally grown. So pop over and say hi. No hard hat needed.

About the opportunity

We are looking for creative, dedicated and passionate Chefs to enter into our pool of freelance Chefs. As one of our freelance chefs you will be responsible for producing and working on events that are taking place in the garden and beyond. These can range from cooking lunch for a workshop for 20 guests over being responsible for one of our street food stations during garden events with 100+ guests to taking our cargo bike out to cater for larger events on the King’s Cross site

The Skip Garden Kitchen acts both as a commercial enterprise producing high quality food and service as well as an important learning platform for young people.

Summer is a busy time for us with many events in the garden and beyond. We are looking for bright, talented and friendly event chefs to help us execute our events to the highest standards. You could be taking the food bike out to events around King’s Cross, catering for weddings, private dining and summer parties. If you are a confident cook with prior experience of working in a busy kitchen come join us!

This is a self-employment opportunity, you must have a valid UTR or be in the process of acquiring one to apply.

Apply Here