The B&CCC regularly seeks qualified volunteers to join our small but dynamic team. Volunteers work closely with the Executive Director and all the B&CCC team and assist in the development and implementation of new and current projects and activities.
Candidates should have a solid academic background (economic, business, marketing and finances studies preferred) and be highly interested in working in an international environment. He/she should have excellent computer skills. English and Spanish are our working languages, so apprentices are required to speak both fluently.
The average duration of a voluntary placement is four months, with the option to increase that to a further four months depending on availability and skills.
The British and Colombian Chamber of Commerce regularly seeks volunteers to support the following areas , all to start the first week of the following months: Jan, May, September, Oct in London, UK.
- Administration & Accounts: Volunteers will provide support primarily to the accounts team. Ideally this programme would suit an individual looking to develop a career in accountancy.
- Events and Marketing: Support to the events team. Activities will include events organisation, recruitment, preparation of marketing campaigns, press releases, events coverage, among others)
- Information Services. Support to Information Services team. Activities may include News gathering and analysis, content management website/economic newsletter, research projects coordination.
- Research: Support to the Research team. Activities may include: Production of economic and sector reports, commissioned research, database analysis and statistics, among others.
Please include your CV and motivation letter stating your area of interest and the period you wish to start.
The chamber also offers opportunities through the Chamber Minds and Chamber Match programme. Please find more information here.
If you have any questions, please use our Live Chat or contact us here.
“My time at the British & Chamber of Commerce was an experience I’ll never forget, as I got to rub shoulders with personnel in leading industries whilst gaining an insight into Anglo-Colombian trade. I was a part of the chamber during a crucial period, when H.E. President Juan Manuel Santos made the first ever state visit to the United Kingdom whilst simulations signing a host of trade agreements with the United Kingdom to further build and prosper relations between both nations. As an information services coordinator, I was the first point of call for all queries related to the chamber, from current members, to potential members wishing to join the chamber, as I was tasked with a wide array of functions such as monitoring and analysing daily economic news that were related to the chambers goals to preparing summaries of news articles for distribution via email to a wide-ranging audience that included members of the chamber, diplomats, members of the business community. ”