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WANTED: Operations Officer for Professors Without Borders

Professors Without Borders is a UK-based charity that works to improve equal access to quality higher education. 

As Operations Officer, you will be responsible for overseeing the daily operations of the organisation. Duties include supervising staff, facilitating communication internally and developing procedures to make the workplace more efficient. The Operations Officer will work closely with the CEO.

We are looking for a colleague who shares our passion for higher education and has experience in project management.

The role will suit a self-starter who is reliable, detail oriented and independent. 



  • Update website content
  • Ensure that social media is accurate and timely
  • Oversee regular posting on social media accounts by interns
  • Create visual programmes on Canva 
  • Oversee publication of newsletter with CEO
  • Assist with communications internally
  • Support organisation of All Hands meetings with CEO
  • Take minutes for Trustees meetings

Manage Internship program

  • Interview interns
  • Onboard interns 
  • Ensure they have 1:1 updated and proper supervision with member of staff 


  • Manage Admin account on Google Workspace
  • Add new users
  • Reset passwords for users when needed
  • Ensure all legal documents are sent and returned for interns, volunteers and professors
  • Keep track of calendar for HMRC, Companies House, Charity Commission and Annual report


  • Proofread reports before publication
  • Ensure we have a security assessment for each new country

Working hours

  • Estimated 1 day (8 hours) per week, preferably split over two to three days. Flexible working hours. Job is remote and contractual.


  • Equivalent to 25,000GBP FT.

To apply please email CV and brief cover letter to

WANTED: Volunteer educators for our 2022 Programmes

Professors Without Borders is an entirely volunteer-led charity to improve access to higher education. 

In 2022, we are preparing to return to our teaching destinations in Sierra Leone, Uganda, India, Thailand and Senegal and add on Nigeria, Mauritius, Kenya and Ukraine.

Courses that are always in-demand include communications, entrepreneurship, leadership, business; but we are open to all ideas that help students develop skills to support them in their academic and professional development.

If you’re interested in teaching 1 week, 2 weeks, or sporadically, please register your interest on Prowibo Online or contact Programmes Director Rachel Warnick.