Europia is always looking for freelance workers and part-time workers.



We currently don't have any paid job opportunities. But we 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 hello@europia.org.uk with a covering letter answering why you are suitable to work for Europia. Also, answer the two questions below.

  • What challenges do you think European Expats face today in the U.K?
  • What according to you should Europia do to make a difference in the lives of European Expats in Manchester?

  • The types of jobs we would consider:
    • Advice worker: welfare advice and EUSS advice
    • 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 organiser: with experience of organic engagement with our audience and build our reach across Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin and other digital platforms (including our website)
    • Volunteer coordinator: the experience of recruiting, training and longterm working with Volunteers. Experience with European Expats volunteers will be preferred.
    Benefits of working with Europia:
    • We are 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 look at the current: Explaining UK wage rates
    • Flexible work: work from home options
    • Two weeks holiday over Christmas and New Year
    • Dedicated training budget to all employees
    • You will be treated with repect and compassion and we expect the same in return
    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. Look at our volunteering opportunities.


    Application form

Europia is always looking for freelance workers and part-time workers.



We currently don't have any paid job opportunities. But we 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 hello@europia.org.uk with a covering letter answering why you are suitable to work for Europia. Also, answer the two questions below.

  • What challenges do you think European Expats face today in the U.K?
  • What according to you should Europia do to make a difference in the lives of European Expats in Manchester?

The types of jobs we would consider:

  • Advice worker: welfare advice and EUSS advice
  • 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 organiser: with experience of organic engagement with our audience and build our reach across Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin and other digital platforms (including our website)
  • Volunteer coordinator: the experience of recruiting, training and longterm working with Volunteers. Experience with European Expats volunteers will be preferred.
Benefits of working with Europia:
  • We are 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 look at the current: Explaining UK wage rates
  • Flexible work: work from home options
  • Two weeks holiday over Christmas and New Year
  • Dedicated training budget to all employees
  • You will be treated with repect and compassion and we expect the same in return
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. Look at our volunteering opportunities.



Application form