UK AND OVERSEAS
Opportunities to join Pod Volunteer UK and our project teams around the world
We don’t have any current vacancies….to be notified of any future vacancies we recommend:
Our Children's Home in Cambodia will be seeking a Volunteer Coordinator and Project Assistant, details to follow soon.
If you would like to be notified when their position is advertised, please contact Gemma on firstname.lastname@example.org
Our partner project in Peru is seeking an intern to join their team for a minimum of six months to act as a Volunteer Coordinator and Marketing Intern. The position is unpaid but accommodation is provided.
The project work in partnership with a number of children’s initiatives in Arequipa Peru including a kindergarten (Children’s Day Care project) and a Children’s Home.
Volunteer Co-ordinator activities:
Other core activities:
Additional volunteering activities:
You would be required to work at least 42.5 hours a week (generally weekdays), but you would need to be present to welcome new volunteers (7am – 9pm Monday to Sunday).
To register your interest
To apply for this position please send a CV and a Cover Letter stating what you could bring to the project and why you are interested in the position, as well as anything else you would like to include to email@example.com
Our partner Monkey Rescue project in South Africa is looking to recruit a volunteer veterinary nurse (unpaid, accommodation provided).
It’s an amazing opportunity for a long-term volunteer to gain experience working for a charity utilising their veterinary skills.
Minimum age of 23 is desirable dependent on experience. Copies of veterinary qualification certificates will be requested.
What the project does: The sanctuary, which is the first of its kind in South Africa, has been running since 1996. The sanctuary currently cares for over 100 primates of varying species including marmosets, tamarins, mona monkeys, squirrel monkeys, macaques, and lemurs. The sanctuary rescues and provides permanent care for any primate from anywhere in the world. The sanctuary receives a constant stream of requests to assist in the international rescue of primates. Many of these primates arrive with behavioural problems and require rehabilitation. The sanctuary hopes to be able to expand in order to cope with the high demand and with an aim to provide accommodation for apes in the future.
To learn more about the project please see the following link: http://www.podvolunteer.org/projects/monkey-sanctuary-south-africa/
Location: The sanctuary is located in Pretoria, which is approximately 45 minutes north of Johannesburg.
Next steps: If this of interest to you, you have any questions or you would like to apply for the position please email firstname.lastname@example.org