Join the Crew

Aaron is a black man with short hair and a green shirt. He is speaking to a group of people in the JO office and gesturing towards them, holding a box in his right hand. He wears rectangle framed glasses.

We’re a small, passionate, highly collaborative team with a shared mission: to challenge a food system set up to fool us all. You get a range of benefits, plenty of job satisfaction, and it’s pretty fun too. Check out our current vacancies below...

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

At Bite Back 2023 we are committed to promoting equality and preventing discrimination at work. We strive to create an inclusive environment where everyone feels respected and valued. We celebrate diversity and difference, and as an organisation aim to offer everyone an opportunity to offer their best work and develop to their full potential.

Values

We live and breathe our values – real, respectful, fresh, resilient and energetic – they are part of our everyday working environment and we reflect on them amongst staff and our young people.

Open Positions

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Our Benefits

  • 30 days annual leave
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • Health insurance and benefits — we offer private health insurance through Vitality and Wecare that offer a wide range of medical and wellbeing services, & much more.
  • Employee support and family care — staff are supported through pastoral care drop in hours, possibility of signposting to external services for support, and offering generous family leave including maternity and paternity packages.
  • Positive and inclusive working environment — we're lucky to have a thriving culture where emphasis is placed on cross team collaboration and annual reviews that take place three times a year to go through objective setting progress, personal development plans and career progression.

Working at Bite Back means getting to experience moments of magic, when young activists speak truth to power in rooms they're otherwise rarely invited into. They keep me energised and focused on the end goal, which can be challenging because systems change is complex and slow.

Nika

Staff Member