Jobs & Volunteer Opportunities

Why work for My Life My Choice?

My Life My Choice (MLMC) is a multi-award-winning self-advocacy charity, uniquely run by and for people with learning disabilities.

We offer our staff:

  • Above average pay rates for the Oxford charity sector
  • Flexible working including time off in-lieu, hybrid working, part time
  • Generous holiday allowance, 27 days plus 8 bank holidays, increasing after 2, 5 and 10 years
  • Cycle to work scheme and £100 annual spend on a health and wellbeing activity for each staff member
  • Healthcare Plan – Claim up to £1,650 pa towards dental, optician, health consultations and therapy costs
  • 8% employer contribution to pension scheme
  • Life Assurance – Up to four times annual salary paid to dependents upon employee death in service
  • A strong organisational commitment to staff development

My Life My Choice is proud to be an Oxford Living Wage and Living Pension employer.

Current job opportunities

Closed Job: Project Coordinator

A fantastic opportunity for a community focused individual looking for an exciting and fun role at an established and financially stable Oxford based charity.

We are looking for a committed individual to join our Professional Services team. The role holder will help to coordinate projects to increase skills, improve health, and build confidence and independence for our members with a learning disability. The role will involve project coordination of our exciting new Pioneering Good Health project and our award-winning Digital Inclusion project.  Please note that this role does not require an IT technician/specialist; a basic, every day, standard, all round understanding of using a laptop/device will suffice.

The post calls for an individual with excellent project coordination, administration, and communication skills. We need a resilient individual who thrives on regular face-to-face interaction with beneficiaries. We welcome applications from candidates with a background in coordinating projects in the charity sector or those who possess transferable skills.

The successful candidate will need to show a passion for empowering and raising the voices of people with learning disabilities.

Salary:  £29,269 – £31,364 pa, plus 8% pension contribution

Closing Date:  Wednesday 5th June 2024 (5pm)

Interview Date:   Thursday 13th June 2024

Start Date: Monday 15th July (but negotiable)

To Apply: Please send CV (max of two sides of A4) to Candidates should also provide a covering letter (max of two sides of A4) matching skills/experience to the Job Description.

Information/questions: Contact Bryan Michell

Please download the job description for more information:

Volunteer opportunities

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