Communications Officers needed for International Expeditions

Raleigh International
Voluntary Position
Closing date: 30 March 2018
Job Type: Internship/Volunteer
Location: Nepal, Borneo and Tanzania
Volunteer this summer as a Communications Officer on our international Expeditions. If you're a keen writer or blogger this could be the right opportunity for you.

Are you a keen writer or blogger? We are looking for enthusiastic and creative people to join our international Expeditions as a Communications Officer in Nepal, Tanzania and Malaysian Borneo. Want to spend 13 weeks writing blogs and articles about sustainable development projects in a remote and exciting environment?

Our programmes focus on providing safe access to water and sanitation, raising awareness of health and hygiene practices and building more resilient communities, all whilst developing the skills and confidence of the young volunteers. To safely and effectively run our expeditions we rely on Volunteer Managers.

Countries and project dates:

  • Tanzania – 15 June – 09 September
  • Nicaragua & Costa Rica – 21 June – 15 September
  • Nepal – 17 June – 12 September
  • Malaysian Borneo - 18 June – 14 September


As a Communications Officer you will;

  • Visit the project sites to gather material for the expedition blogs and social media channels
  • Work closely with the expedition Photographer, volunteers and Project Managers to gather content to bring the expedition to life
  • Work closely alongside support team to collaboratively run the expedition fieldbase

We encourage all our volunteers to fund raise before the expedition. The target for this opportunity is from £2,200. This is an unpaid voluntary position however when you are in country we will cover;

  • All living expenses included during the expedition - food, accommodation, equipment
  • Full training and support before and during the expedition
  • Travel and medical insurance included
  • In country transport


  • Learn and develop your writing skills in a dramatically different environment
  • Have your content read by thousands online
  • Learn and develop knowledge of international sustainable development
  • Gain and develop experience working with young people in a challenging environment

If you are interested in the role, please visit our website via the button below and complete the online application form, along with sending us a copy of your CV.

If you have any questions about this role please contact us on +44(0) 207 183 1295.

Break away from the norm and use your creative skills in a new and exciting environment.

Region: Rest of the world
Location: Nepal, Borneo and Tanzania
Sector: Campaigning Communications Media Projects and programmes

Please mention Bond when you apply for this position.