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Humanists UK has a small team of expert staff and a friendly and supportive work environment. We also depend extensively on volunteers, with over 200 people around the UK supporting our work for a tolerant world where rational thinking and kindness prevail.


Northern Ireland Celebrant Network Support Coordinator (Consultancy)

The Northern Ireland Celebrant Network Support Coordinator (NI-CNSC) is a key role with the primary aim of supporting celebrants in Northern Ireland. The successful candidate will help maintain the awareness required to carry out legal ceremonies from both an internal and external view.

Providing reporting on a regular basis, being the first point of contact and maintaining a good line of communication between celebrants and Humanists UK staff will require good organisation and communication skills.

This is a consultancy position and if you are interested please download the application pack and apply using this application form.

Any questions about the role please contact Teddy Prout, Director of Community Service on Please note applications close on Monday 8 February.

Head of Humanist Care (Staff)

Humanists UK is now recruiting for a Head of Humanist Care. A vital role that sits in our Community Service provision.

The Head of Humanist Care is responsible for the development of Humanists UK’s Humanist Care programme, and in particular the growth in the availability of non-religious pastoral support in hospitals, hospices, and prisons, as well as enhancing the quality of pastoral support on offer through the development of support systems for our accredited carers and encouraging inclusive institutional delivery models.

The successful candidate will have proven experience in delivering pastoral care in a compassionate and person centred manner. A good knowledge of prison and hospital structures in the UK is beneficial. And, an ability to focus and deliver on growth in an expanding network of pastoral care volunteers. Experience in training, designing, developing or delivery is an advantage.

If you are interested in this position please download the application pack for further information and apply using this application form.

Please note applications close at 09:00 on Monday 1 February 2021. Any enquiries should be directed to

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