Paid jobs


General opportunities

Europia is often looking for freelance workers, part-time workers and volunteers

All job vacancies at Europia are posted on our social media channels and listed here.

Watch our website and social media space to find out more about any paid job opportunities. We also encourage you to send us an email in the below details so that we have your information on file should we require paid staff in the future.

Send us your C.V. to with a covering letter answering why you are suitable to work for Europia. Also, answer the questions below.

  1. What challenges do you think Eastern European nationals face today in the U.K?
  2. What according to you should Europia do to make a difference in the lives of Eastern European nationals in Manchester?
  3. What lived experience you have of understanding the challenges the EU nationals face in the U.K?

The types of roles we consider:

  • Advice worker: welfare advice and immigration service
  • Researcher: community research on Health, culture, wellbeing and poverty
  • Events Organiser: organise small (up to 30 people) and large events for over 200 people
  • Social media specialist: with experience of organic engagement with our audience and build our reach across Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Instagram and YouTube and other digital platforms (including our website)
  • Translators: In a range of EU national languages, including Polish, Lithuanian, Romanian, Russian and more
  • Volunteer coordinator: the experience of recruiting, training and long-term working with Volunteers. Experience with Eastern European nationals volunteers will be preferred. – This post is already taken!

Benefits of working with Europia:

Europia is an accredited living wage employer: this means we pay a wage which is higher that the national minimum wage, this changes every year in October. You can find the current rate and more information here .

  • We are proud to be a Living Wage Employer
  • Annual leave: 28 days plus bank holidays (pro rata for part time staff)
  • Flexible work: remote working options as well as an office base in the Manchester area
  • Well-Being: Priority given to the well-being of our staff team including a paid well being hour every month for staff to use for a well being activity of their choice; 2 well being hours in the staff members “birthday month” or equivalent; regular supervision and reflective practice sessions for frontline staff; provision of additional support as needed. 
  • Emphasis on individual staff development: Opportunities for ongoing learning and development via training; coaching; mentoring; sharing knowledge.
  • Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)
  • Employer contribution to pension as per auto-enrolment requirements
  • Culture of respect, tolerance, openness and inclusion. Europia values its staff team and its volunteers. 
  • We’d love to hear from you if you want to know more about working or volunteering at Europia. 

Volunteer with us: We always tend to recruit from within our volunteer’s pool, this is because we get to know the person and the person learns how Europia works.

Volunteering opportunities at Europia are posted on our social media channels and listed here, when a specific volunteering role is available. If you are interested to become our volunteer, please complete the

Europia is an inclusive organisation and welcomes applications from under-represented and intersectional groups including BIPOC, LGBTQ+ and persons with disabilities. We are seeking people with different backgrounds, cultures, ages, experiences and identities to provide a wide range of experience, ideas, views and insights into the strategy, policies, culture and ambitions of Europia. We are also committed to ensuring the safety of those involved in our work and to this end, Europia reserves the right to conduct background checks on prospective and current employees.




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