Staff members of Moorfields Eye Charity posing for a group photo. They are all wearing Moorfields Eye Charity branded jumpers.

Moorfields Eye Charity is embarking on a new and exciting phase of growth. We are looking to welcome driven and experienced professionals to join us at this exciting time at the charity.

Current vacancies

Diversity and inclusion adviser

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  • Salary: £400 pd
  • Contract: 10 days pm, 5 month FTC
  • Location: City Road EC1 with hybrid working pattern (40% of time in office)

About this role

Moorfields Eye Charity are excited to be recruiting for a highly motivated and passionate diversity and inclusion adviser to join our team on a part-time basis, working on average ten days per month for five months. The role is offered as a contract for services.

This role is crucial in our commitment to creating a truly diverse and inclusive working environment by helping us on our journey to shape, implement and drive change, with real and long-lasting impact for our people and organisation.

How to apply

Please submit your application (CV and short cover letter outlining relevant experience and referees) by 16 June 2024. Interviews are expected to take place wb 23 June 2024.

We expect the successful candidate to start as soon as possible thereafter, and no later than 21 July 2024, and they will take part in person at our staff meeting on the morning of Thursday 25 July 2024.

For further information or to apply, please send your CV and cover letter to Robert Dufton at

Prospect research officer: £36,501 – £42,585

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  • Salary: £36,501 – £42,585
  • Location: City Road EC1 with hybrid working pattern (2 days a week in the office)
  • Hours: Full time (37.5 hours)
  • Benefits: Excellent package including 27 days annual leave + bank holidays pro rata

About the role

You will have the opportunity to contribute to increasing the size and quality of the prospect pipeline. You will undertake comprehensive research in various formats, both proactively and upon request from the fundraising teams.

Your responsibilities will include developing and maintaining a healthy prospect pipeline, producing insightful background research on donors, conducting due diligence, and ensuring our database is up to date and compliant with GDPR and the charity’s policies. You will work collaboratively with other teams and stakeholders, maximizing cross-working opportunities across the organization and contributing to improved systems and processes.

You will join the friendly prospect research team and be part of the wider philanthropy team.

About you

We are looking for someone with experience and understanding of philanthropy, fundraising practices, and donor motivations, as well as a broad understanding of the UK non-profit sector. Strong interpersonal skills, the ability to work autonomously, and excellent attention to detail are essential for this role.

Ideally you will have experience of conducting structured background research on high-net-worth individuals, company Directors, and/​or family Trust and Foundation Boards and an ability to gather and effectively disseminate information from the public domain in accordance with GDPR, Data protection regulation, and charity law. If you have transferable research skills then do still get in touch.

How to apply

For more information and to view the job description for this role please visit Charity People’s website:

To apply please send your cv and supporting statement to Katharine Tinker-Switzer at Charity People at