Work for us

Life can be tough for young people. Navigating their way through sexual exploits, mental health crises, financial woes, and job hunts can leave them feeling lost. That's why we're here.

We're a small charity with huge goals. We want every young person to feel supported and empowered with the decisions they have to make, and you can be a part of that. You'll be surrounded by passion, creativity, and determination. Sounds good, right?

Fancy joining our wonderful team? Do you want to support young people with their issues in a fun, chilled, but fast-paced environment? We want to hear from you!

See below for current vacancies:

There are no vacancies available at this moment, check back later.

Benefits of working for us

  • Generous annual leave allowance of 35 days pro rata (including bank holidays)
  • Pension contribution of 4% to employee 4%
  • Flexible and remote working available
  • Eyecare vouchers
  • Life assurance
  • Weekly staff socials
  • Colleague of the month  – awarded half a day extra annual leave
  • Central London location
  • Clinical supervision offered for front line services staff

Have questions or want to send a CV for us to keep on file for future positions?

Having trouble writing your CV or cover letter? Why not check out some of our articles for advice:

How to write a CV      CV checklist    How do I write an impressive CV

Contact us:

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 0207 009 2500

If you’ve not heard from us within 4 weeks of the application deadline please assume your application has not been successful on this occasion, however don’t let this put you off from applying for future positions.

Case Studies

Louise Jones, Content Officer
I've been writing online since I was a teenager and have always had a determination to represent and support young people. I actually started at The Mix as a volunteer, a similar story to quite a few of us! I took on a Relationship Advisor role after I finished university, and then saw a permanent role of Editorial Assistant advertised. I'm now Content Officer and have been working at The Mix since 2015. I feel incredibly lucky to be working for such a supportive and progressive charity.
Mike Stuart, Senior Community Officer
About six months into joining the community, I started volunteering as a general chat moderator. I quickly started to realise that volunteering with The Mix was something I loved doing, and also that I wanted to make a career out of this kind of work. After taking part in some face to face workshops and doing a work placement at Mix HQ, I was approached and asked if I was interested in a nine-month apprenticeship. I jumped at the chance. Once that came to an end, I applied for a job and here we are.
Jane Scaife, Support Group Supervisor
Hi! I’m Jane Scaife. I’m 35 and live in Bristol. When I’m not working for The Mix, I’m a freelance marketing copywriter. How did I come to work for The Mix? I used to be a chat moderator for CyberMentors, a service run by BeatBullying. I loved getting to know young people in the chatroom and being a positive influence, helping them to get peer support online.

Our Values

Empowering – we lead, we train & support, we respect, we give space to grow, we give power to choose

Brave – we innovate, we pioneer, we take risks, we tell it how it is

Supportive – we listen, we encourage, we care, we’re understanding, we are empathetic

Collaborative – we are open & transparent, we co-create, we respect experience & expertise

Proactive – we create situations, we make things happen, we get things done

Non-judgmental – we are open minded – which means we do not judge, we do not criticise, we do not blame