Working for MSF in the UK is an exciting and rewarding challenge and our London office plays a vital role in the MSF movement.
We welcome volunteers and interns at our London office when a suitable position is available.
Current volunteer vacancies
Major Gifts Volunteer
This role has been created to support the Major Gifts Coordinator and Major Gifts Administrative Assistant with prospect research and transcribing. You will be working closely with the Major Gifts Coordinator, but also with the wider fundraising team. We are looking for someone who can also help us with a prospect research project, making sure that all the research documents we have are correct and up-to-date, using online tools and our CARE fundraising database. The role would be perfect for someone looking to gain experience working within a major gifts team, in fundraising administration, events or prospect research.
- Download the role description
- Application deadline: 9am Monday 31 October
- Candidates will be interviewed the week commencing Monday 7 November and starting as soon as possible.
There are many other ways to get involved with us. You can sign up for our e-news to keep up to date with the latest stories, make a donation or take on a fundraising challenge. There are also regular MSF events.You can also find out more about our UK office, volunteering with MSF UK and working overseas.
Volunteers are an essential part of MSF UK and are part of the team. We benefit from a strong group of regular volunteers who support our permanent staff. Volunteers work in positions which may involve clerical work or specialist skills and experience.
When volunteers have been with us for a period of time and know how our offices operate, there may be an opportunity to be included in more challenging projects.
Usually, placements are for a regular day, or days, each week for an optimum period of six months. Our volunteer placements are during regular working hours Monday to Friday.
MSF UK also offers a selection of paid internships. These are fixed term placements of three months full time, or six months part time.
Interns have worked in the Communications, Human Resources, IT and Programmes departments of MSF UK. Internships are an opportunity to develop specific skills through structured learning, coaching and regular review.
Internships demand a large time commitment, regular schedule and make a substantial contribution to our work. Applications can only be considered for advertised vacancies - please check this page on a regular basis for opportunities.
MSF UK is an equal opportunities employer. We value a diverse workforce and welcome applications from all sectors of the community. Volunteers, 18 years and older from all backgrounds and interests are encouraged to contribute their time to MSF UK.
Volunteering in our Dublin Office
If you are based in Ireland and interested in volunteering in our MSF Ireland office in Dublin.
All other enquiries
Due to the high volume of enquires we received about volunteering for MSF UK, we do not keep peoples details on file, please continually check this page on a regular basis for future vacancies.