Equal Lives - ALL.png

Working for Equal Lives

Current vacancies will be shown below. 

To apply, please follow the instructions in the job advert.


Our application pack can be downloaded to your right. 

If we do not currently have a vacancy, but you'd like to volunteer for us in the meantime - please check out our volunteer page for more information. 

Business Manager

Could you be our next Business Manager?

We’re looking for an office based (central Norwich) Business Manager to work with the CEO and management team at Equal Lives.

Equal Lives are a disability rights organisation working across Norfolk and Suffolk. Following a recent transition period, we’re looking for someone who can help us on our journey to sustainable growth.

Equal Lives Business Manager is responsible for the development of our volunteer workforce and for providing business administration support as required for our services and development teams.

For a full overview of the role please review the Job Description

Job Title – Business Manager

Reporting to – CEO

Salary - Band 5 - £25,376 Base rising to 27,586 mid following successful probationary period (pro rata)

Hours – 29.6 hours per week 0.8 FTE – working pattern to be agreed (Equal Lives operating hours are Monday to Friday 08:30 – 16:30

Deadline – Midday on Wednesday 8th June 2022

Interview date – 15th June 2022

To apply, please send your CV and a covering letter to kimberly.myhill@equallives.org.uk with the reference ‘Business Manager Application’. To contact Kimberly for a discussion about the role, please email or call 01603 365 094




Equal Opportunities 



Rehabilitation of Offenders 


Business Manager Job Description

Disability Equality Trainer Job Description

Disability Equality Trainer 

At Equal Lives we support people who are facing disabling barriers to live independent lives. This includes delivering Disability Equality Training to other organisations to promote the Social Model of Disability and provide an opportunity for delegates to reflect on their own experiences, perceptions and practice.   

Equal Lives is seeking a Disability Equality Training trainer, who is passionate about disability rights, has personal experience of disability and possesses the skills to professionally deliver training, on a zero hours contract basis. They will provide support throughout the training cycle; from promotion of the training, delivering the training and post training activities, such as collecting feedback, preparing certificates and evaluation of delivery.  

For a full overview of the role please review the Job Description

Contract Type: Zero Hours contract  

Hybrid working option available 

Hourly rate: £11.61 plus travel expenses £0.45p per mile

Deadline – Ongoing, reviewed regularly 

To apply for the role, please send a CV and covering letter to hetal.murphy@equallives.org.uk.  To contact Hetal for a discussion about the role, please email or call 01603 365 111.

Equal Lives Trustee 

Equal Lives is a Disabled Persons Organisation (DPO), which means we are user led. 100% of our trustees identify as disabled. Trustees play a crucial role in governing our organisation and helping to steer the direction of our services.  As a pan-disability organisation our trustees have a wealth of personal experience and expertise to bring to the organisation.  

We are looking for a trustee who is:  

  • Passionate about the rights of disabled people  

  • Keen to disable barriers to independence  

  • Has personal experience of disability  

  • Flexible and able to attend monthly meetings via Teams  


We would particularly like to attract trustees with financial or legal experience. 

What we can offer you:  

  • Skilful managers, staff and volunteers  

  • An experienced Board of Trustees  

  • An organisation whose services are designed to empower disabled people  

  • An organisation who is keen to actively listen and learn  

To enquire about becoming a trustee please contact our Chief Executive for an initial discussion. You can call him on 01508 491210 or email him ben.reed@equallives.org.uk.