A Worthy Cause

Nicest Job In Britain - British Gas Business

We’ve teamed up with ethical energy UA to create the Nicest Job in Britain. The aim of the job is to help 45 charities or third sector organisations across the country in just one year.

A nationwide campaign will call out to all those do-gooders out there to find the perfect person to take on this role. It’ll be their job to travel the country, offering all kinds of help, from fundraising to energy services to decorating duties. The idea is to find those people who are currently doing good and to help them to do more of it.

‘”Doing good is at the core of our company and the Nicest Job in Britain is about inviting one person to totally engross themselves in that belief. By having a team member travel the country, join a range of charities and organisations, and assist them in whichever way they require, we can actively help in even more ways. It won’t just be the chosen candidate who benefits from a lucrative package and the ultimate experience, it will most importantly benefit a great number of charities and organisations involve.”‘

– William Campbell, Commercial Director, UA.

We’re supporting the campaign and the search for the worthy winning candidate. UA will provide the successful person with a generous salary, a special branded car to drive around the country and they’ll be able to choose a charity to receive a £2,500 donation as part of the campaign.

Stephen Beynon, Managing Director of British Gas Business, said:

‘” Our business energy customers in the third sector tell us that every pound saved, from their energy bills or other overheads, can mean the world of difference to those who benefit from their help and support. We’re passionate about helping all businesses and organisations to reduce their energy costs and find ways within their means of becoming more energy efficient. British Gas also support social causes across the country, so getting involved with this campaign seemed a natural fit. We encourage people to apply to this fantastic opportunity.”‘

Find out more and apply at: nicestjobinbritain.co.uk

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