Our current volunteer opportunities are listed below. You do not need to be a member of Quakers and Business Group to apply but we would expect you to become a member if you were appointed to one of these roles.
As an organisation founded on equality, we want to reflect the wider community of which we are a part so we welcome and encourage applications from anyone who has an interest in working with us to promote Quaker principles in business and the workplace.
In return, you will get to work with an exciting and enthusiastic group of people – many of whom bring years of experience and expertise, you will be valued as part of the team from day one and you can earn a reference from a recognised UK charity for the work you do.
To apply for a role, or learn more about any of the roles, use the button below and complete the contact form, or drop us a line at [email protected].
Volunteer IT Adviser
The IT volunteer is responsible for hosting and maintaining the website. Working with the Management Committee you will help to manage and improve the use of technology and liaise with the web software providers, Whitefuse. Click on the link below to see full job role description.
Communications Working Group Member
Members of the Communications Working Group handle communications within and beyond Quakers and Business Group. You will help in shaping messages and communicating these appropriately to target audiences. You will come up with ideas and suggestions about how our charity might best communicate and engage with our internal and external audiences. You will help us communicate to these people and organisations in writing, orally and using social media. You will help us put our communications to best use to achieve our goals and ambitions.
The role of Communications Working Group Member needs someone who is creative and engaging. You will need to understand what is important to different groups of people and organisations. You will need to be able to create messages that appeal to them and communicate these using the best and appropriate methods. You need to be proactive, organised and have an eye for detail to avoid typos and other mistakes. Please click on the link below to see the full role description.
We welcome all ideas for events. What do you think would be of interest to others? Please let us know what subjects you think we should explore. Would you like to be involved in organising an event? Email us at [email protected]