Movember careers

Movember is the leading charity changing the face of men’s health on a global scale, focusing on mental health and suicide prevention, prostate cancer and testicular cancer.

Since our humble origins in 2003, we've raised over $1 billion for men’s health, funding more than 1,320 initiatives around the globe.

Why work at Movember?

Champion an incredible cause and grow a global men’s health movement.

Work year-round on life-changing projects and initiatives in mental health, suicide prevention, and prostate and testicular cancers.

Be part of an amazing and varied portfolio. That could be anything from community engagement, the latest digital health products, men’s health advocacy, corporate partnerships, and much more.

Most importantly – and the reason you’re on this page, right? – you get to do your job with some of the most passionate people you will ever meet in a workplace. These are people who live and breathe Movember’s value and who love what they do.

Photo of two smiling people exhibiting a Movember stand at a conference.

Pete and Jimmy from the Programmes team at a national conference. Although the month formerly known as November is our busiest time, Movember's life-saving work happens every day of the year.

An amazing cause

Photo of a group of people holding an oversized donation cheque in front of a police horse bearing a distinct moustache.

Wake up each day knowing that what you do literally saves and changes lives while you have fun, doin’ good. Here's the Canadian fundraising team, accepting a CAD $10,000 cheque. The money was raised via Draper, the moustachioed police horse in the Toronto Police Service.

A fantastic crew

Photo of a group of smiling people from the Movember charity, excitedly about to ring the NASDAQ bell.

Work with people who love what they do, who live and breathe what Movember stands for – like Brittany and the US crew, who rang the NASDAQ opening bell to raise awareness of Movember’s cause areas.

Unique opportunities

Photo of John Oates from Hall & Oates, recording video in a studio with a Movember staff member.

Learn new skills. Grow your career. Do unique things. Here's Ali from the European team, filming with Movember ambassador John Oates (yes, the John Oates from Hall & Oates) to promote his new song and start conversations about men’s health.

Tell me about the benefits

  • Health Cash Plan with Health Shield, providing financial support towards health (including optical, wellbeing, physiotherapy and prescriptions).
  • 5 Mo Days. Receive an additional week of annual leave (pro-rata for part-time) over the December holidays.
  • Additional 5 days leave available (taking the annual amount up to 30 days).
  • Early Finish Fridays. Finish at 2pm on Fridays (except from September to November, when the annual Movember fundraising campaign ramps up).
  • 13 weeks of paid parental leave.
  • Hybrid work from home and office with flexible working hours.
  • July Challenge. Receive GBP £150 to spend on your health and wellness.
  • 3, 5 and 10-year Employee Service Awards.
  • Career break. Take up to 12 months of leave without pay.
  • Free Employee Assistance Program and Headspace subscription.
  • Annual Mo Awards to acknowledge individual achievements, plus numerous social events.
  • Weekly fruit delivery and free breakfast.
  • Cycle to Work scheme.
  • Office ping pong table.
Photo of a large crowd of people on a rooftop, dressed in themed costume. The Melbourne Cricket Ground and Melbourne skyline is visible behind them.

“Havin' fun, doin' good” is our mantra. It comes alive at the annual Mo Awards, held in every global office. One of many regular Movember events, the awards celebrate excellence, team spirit, and dedication to the cause.

Equity, diversity and inclusion at Movember

Movember is committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive community and workplace - a place where we can all be ourselves, and each have the equal opportunity to succeed and be recognised for our unique contribution. We value the experiences, skills and perspectives of all individuals and actively encourage applications from people with diverse backgrounds. We make recruitment decisions based on applicants’ skills, experience and knowledge, ensuring all applicants are treated fairly.

Movember employees posing with rainbow-coloured wooden moustaches at the Midsumma Pride March.

Some of our Melbourne office proudly representing Movember at the Midsumma Festival.

Popular questions about working at Movember

What types of roles does Movember recruit?

Movember recruits a diverse range of roles.

In corporate services we recruit for finance, tech, marketing, HR and other operational roles. You might be a creative, a business analyst, a marketing pro, a web developer, or something else entirely.

In fundraising we recruit a range of positions. As a large non-profit we have people who work with the Movember fundraiser community or engage corporate partnerships.

In clinical programs we recruit experts that champion our cause. You’ll work with a diverse group of people, from urology nurses to researchers to psychologists.

Occasionally we also recruit internships.

Does Movember operate outside of the eleventh month of the year?

Most certainly. As you might have guessed, the month formerly known as November is our busiest time of year. However, Movember's life-changing work happens every day of the year.

Where does the money go?

Glad you asked. The funds you help raise go towards groundbreaking men's health projects. We invest in the critical areas of mental health and suicide prevention, prostate cancer and testicular cancer. We encourage you to learn more about our impact.

How do I contact Movember?

Still have about working at Movember? Get in touch.

Where are your jobs advertised?

Just click on the Movember careers portal and browse current jobs.

What types of positions are there at Movember?

We recruit predominantly full-time roles, plus some contract and part-time positions. We also recruit casual and contract roles for certain times of year, such as the annual Movember campaign, known as the Hairy Season.