Based in Central London, the IWGB is an independent trade union that focuses on defending the rights of migrant workers. Currently, the union is involved in high profile campaigns to fight the unlawful conditions that workers in the so-called gig economy have to face to make ends meet. It provides representation for its members both in the workplace and before courts and tribunals, such as for unfair dismissal, discrimination and personal injury claims.
If you are:
– A student with an interest in human rights’ activism and non-profit organisations.
– A Spanish speaker who feels confident enough to act as an interpreter with our Spanish speaking members – a huge part of your role as a volunteer is making sure workers understand their rights and their situation.
– A student concerned with the current state of migrant worker’s rights.
A volunteer position at the IWGB could be what you are looking for! Apply for a role with flexible hours in a friendly environment where you could develop your skills as an interpreter and build up your CV for a future in NGO.
Unfortunately, we cannot accept any applications from individuals that are unable to commit to a minimum of 2 working days a week, 9am to 5pm, for 3 months. Please note that this is a volunteering position and therefore expenses are not paid.
To apply for this job email your details to firstname.lastname@example.org