We advertise opportunities to get actively involved in our work through job vacancies and volunteering on this page.
We occasionally recruit interns to provide experience of working in a small but busy and well-respected think tank. Interns will have the opportunity to engage in a wide variety of the Food Ethics Council’s activities, including supporting our programmes through research, communications, development, design and production.
Our interns normally need to commit to 30 days work on a part time basis, and we pay travel expenses and a daily meal allowance.
We also occasionally have vacancies for paid staff – when we do, details will be listed below.
If you would like to be alerted to any vacancies – including volunteer internship vacancies – we recommend signing up to our monthly newsletter.