Find Employment and Service Opportunities

This page contains listings for paid and volunteer opportunities with Friends meetings or other Friends organizations. The position title links to details and application information, if available.

We attempt to make sure that the information provided here is up to date; however, interested applicants should confirm the application deadline and other details for each employment or volunteer opportunity.

Employment Opportunities

Operations Manager | FWCC Section of the Americas

Philadelphia, PA | Full-time
Jul 2021 | Until filled
Requires administration, finance, communications, and data skills. You will interact via voice, text, WhatsApp, email, and Zoom with vendors, volunteers, donors, individual Quakers, and yearly meeting representatives. We are open to considering how to make long-term remote work possible for the right candidate. We use GSuite, Constant Contact, and DonorPerfect Online.

General Secretary | Friends Committee on Nat'l Legislation

Washington, DC | Full-time
Jun 2021 | Until filled
The new General Secretary will be a courageous Quaker leader with a commitment to justice, peace, and environmental sustainability; to expanding diversity, equity and inclusion within the FCNL community and beyond; and to building and nurturing relationships across political and organizational divides.

General Secretary | FWCC World

London, England | Full-time
Apr 2021  | Jun 2021
The applicant must be a member of the Religious Society of Friends who speaks English proficiently and is willing to live and work in London, United Kingdom.   The particular elements and requirements of the job are described in this job description.

Job Openings | Pendle Hill Conference Center

Wallingford, PA | Full- and part-time
Apr 2021 | Until filled
The above link connects to the employment listings at Pendle Hill.

Head of School | Richmond Friends School

Richmond, IN | Full time
Apr 2021 | Until filled
The ideal candidate will be a community builder in the spirit of Quakerism; committed to inclusion, diversity, and equality; have a commitment to the development of the whole child. They will also display compassion, patience, and personal humility, and be an effective decision-maker. 

Pastoral Minister | North Seattle Friends Church

Seattle, WA | Full time
Mar 2021 | Until filled
We seek a pastor who will give leadership to our Meeting’s desire to support one another’s lives and ministries, be active in living out God’s love in the community around us, and be a center of Quaker thought and practice.

Program Fellows | Beacon Hill Friends House

Boston, MA | Full-year commitment
Posted June 2021 | Until filled 
BHFH program fellows live at the Friends House (room & board provided) and work side-by-side with a small team of talented staff to help support public programs and events that cultivate community, nurture spiritual deepening, and empower collective action. 

Internships | William Penn House

Washington, DC | Summer & Year-Round
Posted Mar 2018 | Until filled
10-12 week social justice internship offers college students a unique combination of service and civic engagement, along with structured opportunities for personal, spiritual, and professional development; WPH Social Justice Residency offers similar opportunities but with sustained support for college graduates committed to building more peaceful, just and inclusive communities.

Young Fellows Program, Friends Committee on National Legislation

Washington, DC | Full-Time
Recent college graduates spend 11 months working with key staff members at FCNL to build expertise in advocacy from a public interest perspective. 

Volunteer Service Opportunities

Giffords Courage Fellowship

Washington, DC and local
A leadership development program for activists between the ages of 17 and 21 who are passionate about ending gun violence. If you or someone you know is interested in applying, visit for more information.

Volunteers, Belfast, Northern Ireland

Quaker Cottage | Full-year commitment
Posted Oct 2018 | No deadline
Young volunteers (minimum age 21) able to commit to a full year of service. Having a valid driver's license is an asset, and a willingness to learn how to drive a minibus.  Accommodation is provided, and a small stipend for food. Send e-mail to Dave Morton.

Submit a Listing

To request having your job or volunteer opportunity listed on this page, please send the relevant information, including a link to your website if available, to the Yearly Meeting office.