We do not currently have any vacancies for paid roles. When new opportunities are created or vacancies arise, they will be advertised here. We do not consider unsolicited applications or CVs.
We are currently working with the maximum number of project volunteers we can facilitate in the office at the moment. If in the future we find we need assistance relating to a specific project we will either advertise it here (as well as on recruitment websites such as CharityJob), or contact individuals who have emailed us recently with an interest in volunteering.
If you’d like to volunteer at CAAT please email our Operations Manager at email@example.com with your CV, a brief outline of the area of work you’re most interested in, and why you’d like to volunteer with us.
CAAT’s team of volunteers are a vital part of the campaign. They take on roles as varied as data entry, maintaining our online communications, carrying out research, helping to fundraise and assisting with mailing merchandise. As well as being a valuable way of supporting our work, volunteering gives you the opportunity to meet a wide range of people, develop new skills and gain experience working in a busy campaigning office.
CAAT agrees that the government’s workfare schemes are unethical and was one of the first organisations to sign the Boycott Workfare pledge.
If you are interested in finding out about volunteering opportunities in our London office, or would just like to know what other vacancies might be coming up soon, please contact our Operations Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.