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What's it like working for CAP?

There's a reason that we're the most consistent performers in the Sunday Times Best Not-for-profit to Work for Awards. In fact, there are several reasons - daily prayer times, flexible working to name just a few. But the biggest benefit is absolutely the opportunity to know that, every day, your poverty-busting work saves families, homes and even lives.

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About CAP

We can't stand poverty. No sir. And that's why we're on a non-stop mission to stamp out poverty in the UK. We won't stop and we won't back down because the next person we save is worth it. We do things with compassion, generosity, professionalism and a big helping of fun. Will you join us and show poverty who's boss?

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How to apply

Our recruitment process isn't all about us – it's about you too! In the words of Lionel Ritchie (well, almost), 'Hello! Is it us you're looking for?'

Let's start with a little culture quiz to find out if this could be the start of something beautiful...

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Awards

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