Working at Transparency International UK

If you want a role that makes a real difference in the fight against corruption, come and join the team. We're always on the lookout for talented and passionate people to make a difference.



Every person that works for Transparency International UK plays a part in the fight against corruption. You will be working alongside colleagues that have a shared passion and determination to stop corruption, promote integrity and, to that end, hold power to account for the common good. You will contribute to high quality research that drives improvements to law, regulation, systems and policy to deter and pursue corruption. You will see the benefits in improving practice and promoting change by working alongside policy makers, business and supportive allies to tackle corruption. 



We recognise that values are critical to deliver our strategy and we seeks to promote a culture where these are shared and positive behaviours are demonstrated:

  • We will act with integrity
  • We will value and respect differences
  • We will work collaboratively across Transparency International, our global Movement and with partners
  • We will have the courage to demand better of ourselves and others



We know that our work benefits positively from colleagues who represent in themselves different backgrounds, cultures, education and socio-economic circumstances. We are committed to creating a workplace that promotes equal opportunities and diversity for all. Both during the recruitment process and as an employee we shall do all we can to prevent unlawful discrimination. 

Our Code of Conduct, that every employee must agree to, outlines the individual commitment each takes to upholding the highest standards of professional behaviour, ensuring that our workplace remains safe allowing colleagues to perform their work with confidence.

We publish the salary range for every vacancy that we advertise to ensure full transparency during recruitment.

We are a proud signatory of the Business in the Community Race at Work Charter and our action plan can be found here.



  • A standard 35 hour working week with blended working arrangements.
  • A transparent salary system that benchmarks roles to grades and provides for progression with annual cost of living adjustments from April each year
  • Pension with matched contributions up to 5 per cent
  • Enhanced Maternity/Paternity/Adoption/Shared Parental and Pregnancy Loss Leave. See all our policies published here
  • Enhanced Sick Pay          
  • Annual leave of 28 days plus statutory public/ bank holidays
  • Winter holiday break allowing us as one team to take a complete break at the end of December each year
  • Modern Central London office space for in-person collaboration and engagement activities.
  • Season Ticket Loan/ Cycle to Work
  • Employee Assistance Programme (Health Assured)
  • Training and Development as part of Personal Development Plans including paid volunteer days



Current vacancies are advertised here. We often highlight vacancies on our social media platforms so please do follow us on these so you are alerted to vacancies as they come up.

To ensure fairness and equity to all candidates only advertised vacancies can be applied for. We do not accept speculative submissions of CVs.

We appreciate the time that candidates take to complete applications. Where we receive very high volumes of applications it is not always possible to get back to each candidate individually. If you have not heard from us within three weeks of the closing date then please assume you have not been shortlisted for interview.

Blended Working and Office Space: like many organisations, we are transitioning to new ways of working. To hear about our approach to blended working and details of our office location please see here

We do not offer unpaid internships. We pay a living wage and provide for a structured role to allow for skills, knowledge and experience to be developed.  Internship vacancies will be advertised here.

As part of our recruitment, your personal data will be collected, processed and stored. The TI-UK privacy policy sets out how we meet our data protection obligations.