We are always looking for skills and experiences which might not be already present in our network, from languages to technical skills to legal knowledge, and beyond.

Please take a look at our current volunteer opportunities.

If your profile does not match any of our current opportunities, but you feel you may have a relevant skill to help asylum seekers claim protection, do not hesitate to send a CV and cover letter describing your motivation and reasons for joining Asylos to [email protected]. If we agree, we will hold your application on file and when one of our teams is in need of your skills we will get in touch to begin the application process. Please note that, due to limited capacity and a high volume of volunteer applications, it is common that your application is put on hold for several months. We particularly welcome applications from people of minority ethnic backgrounds, and those resident outside the EU. 

application procedure

Once we have your application on file, we will hold it until one of our teams is interested in your profile or until you ask us to remove it. If we are interested in proceeding with your application, the recruitment process requires approximately two to three months of at least two hours of your time per week. The process is as follows:

  1. A recruitment video call with the team coordinators and/or head office staff to discuss your interest and relevant skills
  2. Completion of our online internal COI training
  3. Completion of a test case (approx. 5 weeks), working closely with one of the team's coordinators and, if satisfactory,
  4. A final onboarding call with the team coordinators to welcome you to Asylos and discuss your involvement