Would you like to join the team?

Please see current opportunities and vacancies below.

CGHP is a linked charitable programme of Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust (ACT). As such, the successful applicant will be employed by ACT and will be subject to ACT’s governance, policies and procedures.


Now closed for applications.

Start date and duration:  October 2020 – March 2021 (with some flexibility)

Days/Hours per week:  Full time (part time considered)

Location: Cambridge Global Health Partnerships (CGHP), Linton House, Cambridge Biomedical Campus (possibility there will be working from home, COVID-19 dependent)

Paid: this is a paid position

Deadline for applications: 20th August

The role

  • Provide support for the successful delivery of virtual events, including the East of England Global Health Conference (Nov 2020), and virtual health partnership training sessions and meetings (using platforms such as Zoom).
  • Provide PR & communications activity support, including website maintenance and content creation.
  • Complete a monitoring and evaluation report, analysing volunteer feedback:
    • apply an analytical review framework to all reports received from volunteers in 2019/20. The reports cover volunteer experiences and the broader impact of their placements.
    • apply the review framework to the reports of medical students who have received CGHP bursaries for their electives in 2019/20.
    • in addition to writing the report, present key findings and recommendations.

Candidate profile

The small CGHP programme team manages a complex and growing programme of work on global health. We are looking for someone with strong administrative, communications, research and writing skills. Experience in video conferencing or virtual event management preferable but not mandatory. The candidate will also have an interest in global health and international development.

The internship offers experience working for a small and dynamic charity, with opportunities for learning across communications, project management and fundraising.

Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust is an equal opportunities employer actively working towards a diverse workforce. We therefore positively encourage applications, regardless of age, race, religion, gender, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, marriage & civil partnership, pregnancy & maternity or disability.To apply for this role please submit a CV and cover letter to

For any queries please email us.