Voluntary Positions

Opportunities in Freetown

We currently have the following funded opportunities for volunteers:

Please click on the position to view the role description in full and any associated documentation.

Paid Positions

We currently have the following salaried opportunities available.

Please click on the position to view the role description in full and any associated documentation.

Please note 
these voluntary positions are unpaid but the post holder will be provided with:

Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis so we advise you to apply as soon as possible. Please submit a covering letter (maximum 2 pages) and CV (maximum 4 pages) to volunteer@kslp.org.uk

  • Return flights to and from initial post, plus a leave flight for every five months in post
  • £500 monthly stipend for living expenses, paid in local currency
  • Multi-entry visa, residency permit & professional registration
  • Vaccinations & antimalarials
  • Insurance
  • Accommodation in a shared KSLP house
Opportunities in London

We are looking to engage staff from across King’s Health Partners and other UK institutions to volunteer and provide support to the Partnership by undertaking trips to Freetown or through online support. We are particularly looking for expertise in health professions, training, health informatics, and communications. If you would like further information please contact  volunteer@kslp.org.uk  outlining your interest in London-based opportunities.

Volunteer openings often arise at short notice and we therefore accept general expressions of interest from all backgrounds including:

If you are interested in being added to our database of potential volunteers, please send your CV (maximum of 4 pages) and a cover letter outlining your skills, experience and availability to volunteer@kslp.org.uk.

We will store your data securely and in line with GDPR, and use it solely to contact you with relevant opportunities. If you wish to be removed from the database, simply email us at info@kslp.org.uk.

  • Mental Health
  • Nursing
  • Physiotherapy
  • Internal Medicine
  • Surgery
  • Anaesthesia
  • Critical Care
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Infectious Diseases
  • NGO and Hospital Management
  • Undergraduate Education
  • Human Resources for Health Policy