Career Openings




We are looking for a professional with at least 8 years experience in construction administration to help supervise the construction of a hospital in Nepal, about 20 km south of Kathmandu.


This will be a volunteer position with expenses paid. It may be the ideal opportunity for someone in mid-career looking for a sabbatical or a semi-retired professional. The role will be full-time for a minimum period of 6 months. The exact start date is to be confirmed but expected to be in January 2019.


Please send CV’s and Covering letters to, with the position title you are applying for in the subject line


Volunteering Opportunities

We value everyone on our team, especially our talented and dedicated volunteers, without whom Article 25 would not exist. We do our utmost to ensure the volunteering process is mutually beneficial. Most of our volunteers are based in London. Our field volunteers are recruited extremely carefully depending on the complex demands of each project and always have proven experience running projects in the field.


Vacancies at Article 25 are advertised here and updated regularly. If you are interested in volunteering for Article 25, send your CV and a short covering letter to If we have suitable work we will get back to you.


Reflections from our volunteers:


“At Article-25 I’ve learnt that my skills are transferrable to the Charity Sector. Having spent 25 years in large Corporations I am humbled by how much is done with so little, and how much more could be done if we can contribute our time. There are many office tasks that would be taken for granted in a large organisation, and here they can detract from the work of an excellent team of Architects, and I don’t mean making the coffee! We use CITA ( to bring in IT skills and will need people to work with us to implement systems so that we can continue to improve the way we do things. It might be data preparation for a new system, but be assured your efforts will be appreciated and you will learn something during the process.”
– Rhona Mears, Volunteer Consultant