Nightline Association is almost entirely run by volunteers. As a result, we offer you the opportunity to play a hands-on role in both the operation and strategic development of a national charity.
Do you fancy organising events? Working alongside other key names in the charity sector?
Are you a whiz at writing new software? Do you love spreadsheets?
Can you help pull together campaigns? Get excited about cutting-edge research?
See our current volunteering opportunities below.
If a particular role you are interested in isn’t currently advertised, email [email protected] to discuss it.
If you are interested in volunteering with a Nightline, such as by becoming a listening volunteer, you should contact that Nightline directly.
You can find your local Nightline here.
Responsible for improving Nightline services; supporting Nightlines by collating and distributing guidance for training, including best practice for training listening volunteers; quality assuring Nightlines, ensuring that all of our helplines are operating in line with our Good Practice Guidelines; assisting the setup of new Nightline services, and supporting existing Nightlines who wish to expand or improve their sustainability and policy base.
The Engagement department is responsible for the engagement of Nightlines as well as Association volunteers by facilitating events such as Away Days and conferences, a platform where the best practices from all corners of the Nightline world can come together; providing support, welfare and representation for Nightlines with the use of the Regional Coordinators; facilitating crucial meetings such as the Annual General Meeting (AGM), Assembly and Council, at which policies and other matters are debated, amended and voted on as outlined in our governing documents; recruiting new Association volunteers as well as providing them with welfare support and volunteer management, including training and personal development.
The trustee board has ultimate legal responsibility for keeping the organisation focused on its purpose – ensuring it is solvent, meeting legal requirements, has good governance and has clear strategic direction to deliver the charitable outcomes for the benefit of the public for which it has been set up. The trustees may be re-appointed for a further term by member Nightlines at the Annual General Meeting.