Volunteer Vacancies

Our volunteers make what we do possible, we couldn’t do it without you!

We know from experience that living with BPD can be unpredictable – some days are good, some are bad, and some vary between the two!

We want our volunteers with lived-experience of BPD to feel supported, no matter what kind of day they are having. Which is why we have created a simple, stress-free volunteering experience.

Unless you are applying to be a volunteer counsellor, we won’t ask you to do a formal interview – we know how daunting that can be! Just send us your application, and then we’ll have an informal chat with you online in Microsoft Teams or Zoom.

We hope that by creating a safe, supporting and stress-free environment that you will get the most out of your volunteering experience.

To apply for any role, please send us your CV and a covering letter to volunteering@calia.org.uk and we will get back to you to arrange an informal chat. Follow the links below for full role descriptions. If you have any questions, just get in touch. 

Board Vacancies

Volunteer Vacancies

Counsellor Vacancies

What you can expect from us

  • An in-depth induction and initial training
  • Full insurance cover
  • An enhanced DBS
  • Flexible volunteering around you and your schedule
  • Regular one-to-ones
  • Regular online social activities with other volunteers
  • References after a successful volunteering period
  • International Volunteers Day (5th December) celebrations

We want you to feel involved in all aspects of our work and to have an amazing experience during your time with us. Everyone who volunteers with us is accepted for who they are, regardless of age, gender identity, sexual orientation , disability, race, faith or belief, socioeconomic background. In line with our commitment to equality and diversity, and to reflect the diversity of our clients, we are particularly keen to see applications from BAME and transgender people.

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