Join our assessment team

The role of an ICS selector is vital to the volunteer assessment process. Selectors will assess the suitability of applicants against the ICS selection criteria through structured one-to-one interviews and observing group activities. This is a great opportunity to engage with the leading international volunteering programme in the UK and to support young people at the beginning of their Challenges Worldwide ICS journey.

 Assessment days generally run from 9.30am – 6pm, and can be full on and tiring days, therefore we require selectors to have stamina, flexibility, and enthusiasm. Selectors will be able to utilise skills and information gained through previous voluntary experiences, and have an opportunity to build strong assessment and facilitation skills.

If you are successful in your application you will be required to

  • Attend a selector training session and observe at least one Assessment Day before selecting independently
  • Commit to selecting at a minimum of 8 Assessment Days per year
  • Availability between 9.30am – 6pm on Assessment Days

 Find out about upcoming training events

This is a great opportunity for you to see ICS from the inside and improve your own interview skills.

Click below to see the full role description

Challenges Worldwide ICS Selector Role Description

How to Apply

Please send your CV and a cover letter detailing why you are interested in and suited to the role of a selector to Amelia Hunt at amelia.hunt@challengesworldwide.com

UK Applicants only – if you want to support us as a selector in your home country of Ghana, Uganda or Zambia, please contact your local office.

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