British Heart Foundation Overview

  • www.bhf.org.uk
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 1001 to 5000 Employees
  • 1961
  • Non-profit Organisation
  • Health Charities
  • $100 to $500 million (USD)

At the British Heart Foundation, there’s one thing that motivates all of us, and that’s funding research to beat the world’s biggest killers - heart and circulatory diseases. We are now one of the UK’s largest and best known charities. Our workforce spans England, Wales, ...
Mission: Our vision is a world without heart and circulatory diseases.

Glassdoor Awards

Top CEOs: 2021(#5), 2019(#44)

Company Updates

17 June 2021
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We are delighted to share that our Chief Executive, Charmaine Griffiths was recognised in Glassdoor UK's Top CEO 2021 list Speaking about the acknowledgement, Charmaine added: "Any award is a tribute to our brilliant #TeamBHF and their relentless efforts to power our life-saving work." Congratulations to Charmaine from all of us at the BHF!
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3 June 2021
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The BHF now have over 100 Mental Health Ambassadors across the organisation. Katherine Stybelski, one of our Fundraising Managers tells us why she chose to take up the opportunity to become a MHA & what it means to her. I chose to sign up as a MHA first aider as it’s been something I have been interested in for a while and when the pandemic hit it felt like the right time. People have been under exceptional amounts of stress and pressure in these strange times, and I wanted to do my bit to support who I can. To me being a Mental Health First Aider means I can offer my time and non-judgemental listening ear to a colleague in need. I want to be part of building a positive culture in the workplace about understanding mental health and how we can recognise and guide people towards the appropriate support for them. The training was great, thorough, and enabled us to look at different types of scenarios and the parts we can play to help. I would recommend this to anyone.
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British Heart Foundation Reviews

4.0
80%
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99%
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Dr. Charmaine Griffiths
Dr. Charmaine Griffiths
45 Ratings
Top CEOs UK 2021
Featured Review
5.0
Current Employee, more than 3 years

"Great place to work!"

14 Jun 2021 - Information Technology in London, England, England
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Positive Outlook
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Pros

Amazing dedicated people, fab Recruitment team, best place I have worked

Cons

Can't really think of any
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Diversity & Inclusion at British Heart Foundation

4.2
(61 reviews)

Diversity Programs & Initiatives

We can achieve more, together.

Heart and circulatory diseases do not discriminate. We are committed to beat heartbreak for everyone and we are also committed to be an inclusive employer. Our equality and diversity agenda spans across our charity and we pride ourselves on b

Diversity & Inclusion FAQs

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British Heart Foundation Interviews

Experience
Positive63%
Negative16%
Neutral21%
Getting an Interview
Applied online68%
In Person22%
Recruiter4%
Difficulty
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    Sales Assistant Interview

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    Application

    I applied in-person. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at British Heart Foundation (London, England, England)

    Interview

    I was a volunteer and the manager told me that it was a vacancy and suggested me to apply. I did it and I had the interview after a week or two weeks.
    The interview was one to one with the manager and the questions were typical.
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British Heart Foundation Awards & Accolades

  • Top CEOs 2019 by GlassdoorGlassdoor2019
  • Most effective use of internal ​​​communicationsHR Excellence Awards2019
  • Best talent management strategyHR Excellence Awards2019
  • People-focused workplace designHR Excellence Awards2019
  • Campaign Challenges AwardPublic Relations and Communications Association Awards2019

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British Heart Foundation FAQ

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Does British Heart Foundation offer relocation assistance?

...There is quite a good benefits package you get a health/dental plan, 25% discount, A good amount of holidays allowance and plenty of overtime offered...

4 October 2019

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