“As a new graduate, working with Unchosen has been a great experience. I have already been involved in a wide range of projects, from running events to writing communications strategies, and have been given numerous opportunities that wouldn’t have been possible in other organisations. Thanks to working at Unchosen, the list of skills I can add to my CV is growing longer every day. I genuinely feel like I am a valued member of the team, that my skills and opinions are appreciated and that the work I am doing is worthwhile for the progression of the charity. Every member of the team has always welcomed my input and encouraged me to voice my thoughts,”

Charlie CavalieroVolunteer Development & Outreach Assistant, January-May 2015

ABOUT

Jobs

Job Vacancies

Thank you for your interest in working for Unchosen. We do not currently have any job opportunities, but if you’d like to hear about new opportunities when they arise, please follow us on Facebook or Twitter, or subscribe to our mailing list.

Volunteering

Volunteering is a great way of supporting Unchosen, whilst gaining valuable experience for you CV and a foot in the door of the charity sector.

Here are ways you can help:

 

Volunteer in our Bristol office

This can include helping with events, conferences, fundraising, marketing or (occasionally) filmmaking. We need a commitment of at least two days a week for six months, and can pay local travel expenses.

If you would like to volunteer with us, please send a CV and covering letter about yourself to Melissa at unchosen.org.uk

Become an intern

Unchosen advertise our internships – which are generally part time and last for about 20 weeks – on the UWE and University of Bristol websites. Internships come up a few times a year, and should be advertised on this page when available.

If your university runs a scheme where you have to find your own placement, then get in touch.

Put on your own anti-slavery event

This is a great way to join the fight against Modern Slavery in the UK, and really make a difference – try using our anti-slavery resources which you can order here.