IRR does not have any volunteer opportunities at this time.
The best way to learn about any volunteering opportunities when they arise is to sign up to IRR News and follow us on social media. When volunteering possibilities arise, they will be publicised there.
Volunteers can either work out of IRR’s office at Kings Cross or remotely and are expected to commit to at least one and usually the same day a week. If volunteers travel to our office for one day’s work, they are paid their travel costs and lunch.
The IRR encourages the use of volunteers not only to decrease the workload on paid staff and increase IRR’s services to the public but also to give a chance to others (especially young people) to familiarise themselves with IRR’s work and gain experience and personal development. In line with IRR’s Equal Opportunities Policy, the organisation tries to give a chance to volunteers from BME communities and also to those who have knowledge of IRR’s work and share a commitment to IRR’s aims.