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Mundill Mahil

Mundill Mahil ‘Highly Commended’ at Third Sector Awards 2021

London, 17 September 2021 Mundill Mahil (also known as Mandy Mahil) has been Highly Commended in the ‘Rising Star’ category at the Third Sector Awards 2021. Mundill’s award statement reads: “Mandy Mahil, 28, joined Working Chance, the UK’s only employment charity solely for women with convictions, in February 2020. Her personal experience of prison and …

Paid Internship opportunity at Working Chance

Do you have lived experience of the criminal justice system? Working Chance is looking for a paid, part-time intern to help the external affairs team with their policy and research work. About the role This is a structured internship with the External Affairs Team which will give you a unique opportunity to learn more about …

Two fantastic opportunities at Working Chance

Working Chance are currently advertising two exciting opportunities for an experienced HR professional and for a charity finance professional. Click the links below to find out more: HR Manager, 14 hours per week, £35,000-38,000 Pro rata, London Head of Finance and Resources, 21 hours per week, £40,000-45,000, Pro rata, London

Working Chance wants to hear from women with convictions

Working Chance, the UK’s only recruitment agency for women leaving the criminal justice system wants to hear from women with criminal convictions. Participants are in with a chance to win a £100 Amazon gift voucher as well as further paid research opportunities. To take part visit:

Working Chance is looking for a new Chair of Trustees

Highly acclaimed and award-winning women’s charity Working Chance is looking for a new Chair of Trustees to join the Board. Could it be you? Working Chance’s mission is to empower women with convictions to fulfil their potential and reintegrate into mainstream society by helping them to develop their employability and self-belief and find a job …

Criminal Justice Alliance - Mundill Mahil

‘Meet the Member’ profile by Criminal Justice Alliance

I’m honoured to be featured by the Criminal Justice Alliance in the first blog of their ‘meet the member’ series. The Q&A profile touches on my work with Working Chance – a fantastic charity that helps women with criminal convictions – most of whom have been in prison – to develop their employability, self-belief and …