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.
New England Aging Resources Consultation and Help Coordinator | New England Quakers
New England | Part time
June 2022 | August 20, 2022
Through the facilitation of learning opportunities, workshops, and forums, the curation of resources, as well as direct visitation, accompaniment and referrals, the New England ARCH Coordinator will foster and equip a community of practice of Quakers in New England responding to both spiritual and logistical aging-related concerns in their local meetings and families.
Director of Finance | Right Sharing of World Resources
Telecommute | Half-time, flex
June 2022 | Until filled
The Director of Finance is an essential team member and responsible for financial oversight of Right Sharing of World Resources (www.rswr.org). This is a remote, half-time position with hours flexing throughout the year depending on organizational need.
Operations and Building Manager | Beacon Hill Friends House
Boston, MA | Full-time
Mar 2022 | Until filled
This residential position would be ideal for a skilled project manager with a can-do attitude, desire to live in community, and experience managing building maintenance and repairs (or willingness to quickly gain expertise). Contact [email protected] with any questions. Compensation includes room&board plus salary.
Washington, DC | Full-time
May 2022 | Until filled
This person leads FCNL’s work to advance their legislative agenda and develop strategies based on priorities set by our governing board and reflecting concerns of Friends. Employing an approach to advocacy grounded in Quaker faith and practice, the AGS for Policy and Advocacy is focused on expanding the political power of our community to change federal policy in Washington and nurture a nationwide network of advocates.
Executive Director | Quaker House
Fayetteville, NC | Full-time
Dec 2021 | Until filled
Quaker House seeks a committed leader to continue to support the mission in Fayetteville, and in North Carolina. We seek a leader who is passionate and creative about building and maintaining a peace witness within the context of a military city.
Job Openings | Pendle Hill Conference Center
Wallingford, PA | Full- and part-time
The above link connects to the employment listings at Pendle Hill.
Fellowship 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. Application deadline for 2022–23 is 2/7/22
Summer Internship | Friends Committee on National Legislation
Work remotely throughout June and July to advance our witness for peace on Capitol Hill. FCNL offers several paid summer internships that provide a broad introduction to federal policy, grassroots organizing, and nonprofit management. Applications are now open for summer 2022. Submit your application by March 25, 2022.
Giffords Courage Fellows
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 https://giffords.org/action/courage-fellows/ 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.