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VoluntEars is a specialised organisation which prides itself in providing excellent support to our volunteers. All our staff are friendly and experienced. They are key to our success in arranging exciting, safe and worthwhile trips for our volunteers.

We are currently recruiting for the following roles:

Social Media Assistant

Help us develop our presence on social media.

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Your role

  • Help us to improve our presence on social media; Instagram, TikTok and Facebook.


  • That’s up to you! Tell us your ideas to improve and develop our social media and together we’ll make a plan. 


  • Anywhere. You can work remotely from your home. We will communicate on video calls, by email and whatsapp. Our office is in Brighton, Sussex, so if you are nearby you’re always welcome to work there too.


  • Start in September 2023. Duration flexible. 

Who are we looking for

  • Someone who is part of the deaf community, has a good understanding and knowledge of VoluntEars and our trips, who is experienced at using social media (Instagram, TikTok, Facebook), you should be outgoing, fun, motivated and proactive, and have lots of ideas for developing our social media.

How to apply

Communicators for 2 Week Group Trips

All our 2 Week Group Trips are supported by Communicators who know BSL and speak English.

Communicator at Pre-trip meeting in Brighton

Your role

  • Provide communication among the volunteer group during all work and leisure activities
  • Work closely with the Trip Leader to:
    • Prepare for the trip before volunteers arrive in destination (buying materials, checking accommodation, risk assessments and other arrangements).
    • Assist the Trip Leader running all activities to ensure the trip runs smoothly.
Communicator meeting volunteers on arrival in Sri Lanka

What you pay for

  • Your flights (we’ll give you advice about routes and airlines and we can help with the cost at particularly expensive times of year)
  • Travel insurance
  • Personal expenses during the trip (extra food or drinks, souvenirs etc)
Communicator interpreting in a Sri Lankan market

What you get

  • Food (3 meals per day)
  • Accommodation 
  • Entrances into all the places we visit
  • All local transport
  • Develop new skills
  • Gain work experience in an exciting foreign country
  • Fantastic addition to your CV!
Communicator with group of volunteers and school teachers


  • Minimum Level 3 BSL
  • Native / like native experience
  • Experience of ASL or International Sign Language is an advantage but not a requirement
  • Local languages are helpful but not required
  • Previous volunteer experience helpful but not required
  • Outgoing, engaging and positive personality 

How to Apply

Please send your CV and covering letter to:

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