We are keen to hear from anyone who has skills and gifts which can be used to help us further our mission. The way this is done can be fluid and creative – you may want to offer your services for a period of time, or you may have specific skills to help address a particular issue in one of our Bible Societies. Perhaps you are retired and thinking of how to use your gifts in a practical but new way? Perhaps you are exploring a call to overseas mission and not sure how your work experience might transfer? Or maybe you just love the mission of our Bible Society fellowship, and want to help?
We are always happy to talk to prospective partners about opportunities for you to work with us – please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, providing as much information as possible and someone will be in touch with you to discuss some options.
Internships are a great way to learn new skills and to contribute to our mission. They are usually for one year, in the country in which you are already living. If you would like to work as an intern with one of our Bible Societies, e-mail email@example.com, providing your contact information. A member of our HR team will then contact you.
What it is like to be an intern?
Emma Moore (UK)
Digital Executive Assistant / Communications and Fundraising Assistant,
Global Partnerships and Communications / Global Bible Translations
“In 2012 I joined United Bible Societies as an intern for the Communications department. From day one I began learning new skills. I was trusted and seen as a member of the team. I grew in my role and was introduced to new systems, gained administrative skills, helped input data, created news stories, edited web pages, scheduled social media and a variety of other skills which I could proudly place on my CV. During my time here I have helped or worked in different departments and I can honestly say I work with the nicest and most supportive people who will encourage and help you develop yourself.
I am so blessed to have been an intern with United Bible Societies and will always be grateful for the experience and skills I have gained.”