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Job opportunities

Jobs

Updated 20 June 2019

Britain Yearly Meeting employs staff to carry out the centrally managed work of Quakers in Britain. Most of these jobs are located in the central offices, Friends House in London, unless otherwise stated. We aim to be an ethical employer, with a 1:4 ratio between our highest and our lowest paid staff. Britain Yearly Meeting is a Living Wage employer.

Quakers in Britain: Job opportunities

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Yearly Meeting 2016

Updated 2 December 2016

Yearly Meeting 2016

About Quakers

Quaker journeys

Updated 29 July 2019

Quakerism is built on common ideas, but the journey is different for each of us. In these short clips, four Quakers tell us about their journeys.

Quaker journeys

Our stories

Inequality affects us all: Stone Quaker vigil

Updated 7 January 2016

A hardy band braved the cold and wet to highlight issues of income inequality such as the rise of food banks, the need for a living wage and a fairer tax system.

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Our work

Updated 9 January 2020

Quaker Peace & Social Witness (QPSW) work emerges from the deep spiritual experience of Quakers.

Our work

Our stories

Young Quaker climate strikers call for support from Friends

Updated 19 September 2019

Unified climate action can bridge intergenerational divides and protect our living planet, writes Faith Biddle

Young Quaker climate strikers call for support from Friends

Grant-making

Meeting Houses Funds

Updated 12 February 2019

The Meeting Houses Fund provides financial assistance to Meetings for carrying out improvements to their premises.

Meeting Houses Funds

Archive

Yearly Meeting Gathering 2017

Updated 6 January 2017

Yearly Meeting Gathering 2017 archive

Free resources

Resources for use by Quaker meetings

Updated 26 September 2019

Leaflets for newcomers, enquirers and Quaker communities.

Resources for use by Quaker meetings

Our stories

Spiritual preparations for stopping an arms fair

Updated 17 July 2019

Sam Donaldson, a Quaker and seasoned anti-arms trade activist, calls on Quakers across Britain to 'let us see what love can do!' ahead of the DSEI arms fair.

Spiritual preparations for stopping an arms fair