WORKING WITH US
We currently don't have any vacancies, but if you're interested in developing your skills why not consider volunteering with us? All the information you need is below.
Volunteering, and the energy and expertise that can be brought to the organisation through this process, is very important to us. Every year, brap offers opportunities to dozens of volunteers and interns whose commitment and enthusiasm is vital to helping us achieve our aim of making equality a reality.
What we can offer you:
work experience in an exciting, forward thinking organisation.
training and personal development opportunities – we want you to have a richer experience than just photocopying and filing!
flexible opportunities that are shaped to fit your availability
brap is always on the lookout for volunteers with an interest in: policy and research; training; administration; community development work; youth work; support to deliver on the ground projects.
For more details about the volunteer roles we're currently looking for, just send us an email. Remember we're also open to your suggestions for particular work (for instance you may have a project in mind that links into an issue you're currently studying). Please put as much information in your enquiry as you can.
We will try to reimburse you for all or part of your travel expenses. This will depend on your travel costs and the number of days you are in the office; it will be agreed in the initial volunteer meeting.
HOW TO APPLY
Simply fill in the Volunteer Application Form and send it back to us using the methods outlined on the first page. Please feel free to phone for a chat if you need more information first.
EQUALITIES MONITORING DATA
Please note that all personal information relating to your application is removed before the shortlisting process. After candidates have been selected for an interview, brap reviews the personal data to:
check we are reaching a diversity of candidates
review/amend the way that interviews are advertised
review/amend the interview process if it is demonstrated to be unfair