We're always looking for energetic, passionate and committed people to help us carry out our work both in the UK and overseas. This section is updated regularly with job vacancies so please keep checking.
Head Office opportunities
Raleigh International is recruiting for a Training Co-ordinator to coordinate the scheduling and staffing of our UK based assessment and training events, reporting to the Co-ordination Supervisor. The role also requires delivery of assessment and training sessions to volunteers, alongside Raleigh International’s team of in-house and associate trainers. Applicants will need excellent organisational skills and attention to detail, as well as strong interpersonal and facilitation skills. This role would suit someone who is interested in developing a career in training in the sustainable development sector. Previous Raleigh experience, and customer care / relationship management would be an advantage.
Location: Raleigh Head Office, Westminster, London
Salary: £18,540 to £21,115 per annum, fixed term
Closing date: Midnight, Sunday 17th August 2014
Interviews: w/c 1st September / 8th September 2014
Start Date: ASAP
Application process: Applications closed. Shortlisting in process.
Human Resources Intern
We have an outstanding opportunity for someone looking to develop a career in Human Resources. You will be working directly with an experienced Human Resources Manager and will gain valuable insights into how HR operates in a small dynamic not-for-profit.
You will provide administrative assistance in the following key areas:
- Recruitment, pre-employment checks and HR processes for new staff
- Setting up HR database (hronline)
You will be a recent Human Resources graduate or post-graduate with previous experience of undertaking administrative tasks in an office environment. You will take pride in your ability to be focused and detailed, and ensure tasks are completed to high standards of accuracy. You’ll also need excellent written communication skills and a good understanding of HR workflows.
Location: Raleigh Head Office, Westminster, London
Closing date: 27th August 2014, 1.00pm
Interviews: w/c 1st September 2014
Application process: Applications closed.
Overseas paid opportunities
Country Expedition Manager
Raleigh International is looking for 2 Country Expedition Managers (CEM) to support programmes currently running in Borneo and Tanzania. The CEM will assist the Country Operations Managers to deliver the day to day coordination and management of the programmes including safety, logistics, transport, training, and routine management of volunteer staff and venturers.
The ideal applicant will have recently been involved with Raleigh in either a senior volunteer position or a paid in country role, which has provided them with a sound understanding of the day to day running of our programmes. Applicants must have a valid passport and ability to obtain the relevant visa required for working in the location specified.
Location: 2 separate roles available: Borneo and Tanzania
Salary: £515 per month (accommodation and flights provided)
Contract: 3 month contract (with potential of extension)
Closing date: Midday, 3rd September 2014
Interviews: w/c 8th September 2014
Start date: ASAP
UK volunteering opportunities
Alumni Volunteers for Recruitment Events
Raleigh International has lots of opportunities for alumni volunteers to get involved with our recruitment and open events. Whether you were a venturer or a volunteer manager, by sharing your stories and experiences you can help us inspire others to explore their full potential on a Raleigh expedition. You will also have the opportunity to develop your presentation and communication skills. Travel expenses will be refunded for every event you attend.
Our events take place all over the country, to find out what events are in your area please see the lists on our events page.
Peer Support Volunteers for Raleigh Outdoors Assessment Residential (ROAR)
Have you successfully completed a ROAR and an expedition?
Are you passionate about supporting other young people on their journey with Raleigh?
Would you like the opportunity to work in a professional capacity as part of a wider team delivering a 4 day residential?
We are pleased to announce that we now have a ‘Peer Support Volunteer’ role for 2 young people for each residential that we run which will take place in Spring, Summer and Autumn. The ‘Peer Support Volunteer’ will be responsible for supporting staff and young people during the residential.
The ROAR is Raleigh’s Outdoors Residential Programme for underprivileged young people applying for a full bursary through the partnership programme. The aims of the residential are to assess young peoples’ suitability for an expedition and support the personal development of each participant. The residential includes team working and problem solving activities, trekking and camping. It also provides young people with a positive environment to develop skills and find out more about Raleigh and expedition life.
Drive positive change internationally
Whether you're 25 or 75 we're always looking for skilled and dedicated volunteer managers on our expeditions.