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Job Opportunities

Before applying for jobs, please refer to information for applicants.
All posts are for employment with the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) located at their central offices based at Friends House in Euston, London unless described otherwise.

Job opportunities at Friends House, Euston

  • Quaker Peace & Social Witness - Economics, Sustainability & Peace Network Co-ordinator


  • Volunteer opportunities at Swarthmoor Hall, Cumbria;
  • Swarthmoor Hall Volunteers

Please scroll below for more information. If you wish to apply for more than one vacancy please send a separate application form for each.



Quaker Peace & Social Witness - Economics, Sustainability & Peace Network Co-ordinator

SALARY          £30,797 per annum (pro rata)
CONTRACT     6 months maternity cover
HOURS           Full time – 35 hours per week
LOCATION      Friends House, Euston, London NW1

This is a key role, working alongside and supporting Quakers, and Quaker meetings to live out their faith-led commitments to a fair economy and sustainable future.

The Network Co-ordinator is an important member of our small Economics, Sustainability and Peace team. The post holder will use a variety of tools to support Quakers to learn about and take action on issues such as economic inequality, corporate accountability, climate change and energy justice.

They will also work with other team members to develop tools and systems aimed at facilitating active Quakers to more easily connect with each other, learn from and support each other to take action.

We are seeking a capable, flexible and enthusiastic colleague with good communication skills and experience of inspiring, equipping and engaging supporters and/or volunteers to take action.

Applicants should have knowledge of and sympathy with Quaker values.

Closing date:         26 July 2015 (12pm)
Interviews:             6 August 2015    

House Tour Guides
Swarthmoor Hall, Cumbria

Voluntary, travel expenses paid

Swarthmoor Hall is a historic house known as the ‘cradle of Quakerism’. The house is open to the public four afternoons a week throughout the year and for group tours at other times by appointment. We are looking for Friends who live within travelling distance of the Hall who are interested in acting as tour guides. We do not necessarily need a regular commitment of hours. We do hope to develop a pool of volunteers who we will train as tour guides for our visitors both adults and children.

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