We’re looking for volunteers in the following areas:
- Website programming/optimisation (Knowledge of PHP and CSS would be very welcome)
- Media Monitoring
- Social Media
- Video Editing
- Graphic design
1. From home
If you are keen to help us with online activities such as media monitoring, social media, and SEO you can do it from home if that is preferable. If you have very specialist skills, such as video editing, web design or heavy statistical analysis, then you might want to work from home as and when there are projects that need your skills.
2. In the Office
We’re based in a little office just 8 minutes walk from Angel and Barbican stations in London. We have quite a few volunteers in the office at the moment but might be expanding to a bigger office soon – so do get in touch if you want to volunteer in the office.
Working hours are generally flexible but ideally if you are working on a project you’ll do either:
- 3 days per week for 3 months
- 2 days per week over 5 months
- Or full-time for at least 1 month
But it is really dependent on what you will be working on. If you’re available full time for one month, or available one day per week over a year, please apply and we’ll work something out.
Given the amount of background knowledge and training that is necessary to plan, develop and run these projects, it’s not the kind of thing that can be done with a couple of hours every other week. However, if you have very specialist skills that are only needed occasionally, such as accountancy, economic modelling or a legal training, then please do let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
To apply, please email Fran Boait on email@example.com with the following information:
- The particular areas you’re interested in
- What skills or strengths you have
- When you’re available
- Your mobile number
We’re usually pretty busy so it might take a few days for us to get back to you. If you want to jump the queue, feel free to call 0207 253 3235.
We look forward to hearing from you!
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