Does the idea of helping young people achieve things they never dreamed give you a buzz? Would you like to be part of a dynamic team that believes in doing rather than just talking? Then we’d like to hear from you…
All of our jobs are advertised through our dedicated jobs site:
Voluntary placements with the DofE
We sometimes offer exciting opportunities for voluntary placements within our various offices.
Jobs with our partners
DofE Licensed Organisations often have vacancies for roles to support the DofE in their area – from DofE Managers who are the main contact with the DofE Charity, to development workers and administrators. We publish them on this page when we are notified of them.
Please see below for details of any current vacancies and please ensure you apply direct to them.
If you are a Licensed Organisation or DofE centre with a current vacancy you'd like us to advertise (for free!), please email the details to webmaster@DofE.org.
Current partner vacancies
Youth Work Team Leader - DofE Award
Location: Field based working out of The Training and Resource Centre, Wandsworth, SW18 1AQ Hours: Flexible up to a maximum of 500 hours during the contract term. 5 hours a week until Easter 2016, 10-15 hours a week from Easter 2016 Salary: £14.05 Per hour Closing date: 30 November 2015 Interview date: 15 December 2015
This post offers a salary of: £14.05 per hour + £1.70 annual leave allowance
4 Children is one of the fastest growing and increasingly influential children and family charities.
4Children aim to increase high quality opportunities for children and parents in the community. As a child centred organisation dedicated to the care, education and personal development of children, we aspire to ensure that all children, young people and their families have access to a creative, safe and child focused environment and activities.
The post holder will ensure the success of the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award in Wandsworth Youth Service with a focus on the bronze and silver awards with young people including those who are harder to engage. The role involves promoting and delivering the Award alongside youth work ‘champions’ in three or four youth centres across the borough and leading on expedition training.