Work For Us
People are at the heart of what we do, and the Centre’s impact depends on our team of committed experts from around the world.
Each person in our team is vital to our ability to achieve our vision. We always hire carefully as we build an organisation where everyone is connected to our mission and contributes to a culture based on respect for knowledge, collaboration, and a focus on solutions.
We are supportive, inclusive, helpful and curious.
We are purpose driven, collaborative, and ambitious.
We are pragmatic, creative, innovative, plain-spoken, and practical.
Working for us
We're motivated to make a difference, in a big way. With that in mind, we encourage curiosity and thinking differently in order to do so. If you have an idea, we want to hear it. We encourage our team members to lead, giving them the opportunity to shape their roles and grow as fast as we do. Each of our roles are intentionally scoped to contribute to delivering on our mission.
We have no vacancies open at the present time.
Request For Proposals
We aim to provide high quality internship opportunities for individuals with interest and potential in fields relating to sport and human rights. Internship opportunities fall into two categories:
Opportunities may be available on an ad hoc basis for current students who receive academic credit or a stipend to undertake a placement with us to support their own academic work. Proposals should be sent to [email protected] and must include the dates of availability, areas of work interest and available academic credit or stipend. Such placements are unremunerated and must support the intern’s academic studies in an official way.
Where we have a project-related need for intern-level capacity we will advertise positions on this page. Internships that support our projects will be competitively recruited and will be remunerated. We do not offer unpaid or ad hoc project placements. Please do not send speculative applications.
Equal Opportunities Policy
We are an equal opportunities employer and our commitment to inclusion, diversity and non-discrimination is set out in our Code of Conduct (as available on our policies page). In practice, this means that everyone should have an equal chance to apply and be selected for vacancies, and objective and merit-based processes for recruitment are applied. We value the positive impact that different experience and perspectives contribute to our team and encourage applications from all backgrounds and communities. In particular, we welcome applicants from groups that are under-represented in our field, including Black, Asian and ethnic minority candidates, and persons with disabilities. As part of our ongoing commitment to an accessible recruitment process, applicants with disabilities are encouraged to contact us to discuss any support or assistance they may have during the application or recruitment process.
We maintain a Safe Recruitment Procedure and integrate our safeguarding commitments into our recruitment processes. At CSHR we believe we need to keep children and vulnerable adults safe. Selected candidates will be expected to adhere to our standards. Our selection process reflects our commitment to the protection of children and vulnerable adults from abuse.