Jobs with ADD International.

Change the world for a living.


ADD International is a disability rights organisation. We work alongside disability activists fighting for independence, equality and opportunity for disabled people living in poverty in Africa and Asia. Want to help? Check out our job opportunities and lend your skills, expertise and passion to our fight for equality. 

ADD International aims for a working environment that is flexible and adaptable and recognises that employees may have different requirements in order to work effectively.

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Our offices in the UK are in London and in Frome, Somerset. We also work in Uganda, Tanzania, Sudan, Cambodia and Bangladesh. Follow us on Linkedin for updates.

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We are currently hiring!


ADD International is looking for outstanding new trustees to serve on its Board. A number of the current Trustees will in turn complete their full terms during 2018. There is therefore an exciting opportunity for new Trustees to help shape ADD’s work in the new phase of its work.  

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Head of Finance and Operations, Uganda

ADD International Uganda is seeking a highly motivated and results oriented individual with significant management and financial accounting experience who is able to lead the finance and operations departments. 

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Senior Policy Officer​, UK

We have been a leading player both globally in developing countries and in the UK on influencing for the inclusion of disabled people in mainstream development. We are looking for an outstanding Senior Policy Officer to help push this work to the next level.

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Trusts & Foundations Volunteer

You will be a critical support to the Relationships Manager, helping research trusts and foundations, both in the UK and Europe, that might potentially support our work, manage applications and attend planning meetings. 

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Social Media Volunteer​

  • Location: Vauxhall, London, UK
  • Hours: Any time you could spare would be appreciated. Ideally, we’re looking for someone who could help for 8 or more hours per week (flexible, with possibility of working from home).
  • Lunch and travel expenses paid (£4 lunch allowance plus travel to and from work)
  • You must be eligible to live and work in the UK. Despite being unpaid, volunteers still have to have a right to work in the UK
  • Benefits: You'll have the chance to be part of a small friendly team open to innovation, you'll be encouraged to learn, bring ideas, and to build relationships with staff working in the field. And you’ll help bring opportunities to disabled people living in poverty.

You will be key support the Fundraising and Communications team in bringing ADD International's work alive through the website, through social media and our blogs. You’ll help us get in touch with key audiences and influencers through social media. You will be finding and telling incredible stories through words and pictures, you'll create infographics, blog posts and you'll bring fresh ideas to our small Communications and Fundraising team. You'll get involved with our Policy team to understand their work at international level and with the country teams to find, capture and tell stories, and share them worldwide.

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Fundraisers (UK)

Direct approach fundraising roles in the UK are available through our partner Tim Lilley Fundraising. Become a fundraiser and help ADD International reach some of the most vulnerable and forgotten people on the planet. You’ll be fundraising door to door on behalf of ADD International, explaining ADD's vital work. If you wish to apply, please fill out this form and make sure to select ADD International from the dropdown.  


Say hello to our change-makers.

Meet the people that make ADD tick. Meet the board and management team.

Read more about ADD International.

Our aim is to achieve positive and lasting change in the lives of disabled people, especially those living in poverty.

Members of Cambodian disabled people's organisation

About ADD International

For the world's forgotten minority. Our aim is to achieve positive and lasting change in the lives of disabled people, especially those living in poverty.

Men playing chess in Cambodia

How we spend your money

Transparency and accountability

Our approachHow we support disability activists

Working locally. Changing lives globally. Read more.


Our People

Our trustees and management team.