Volunteering for the ABP
NEW! ** We now have a volunteer application form! **
If you are interested in any published vacancies or in getting involved with volunteering, please complete this form.
Everything we do at the ABP is run by or under the guidance of our volunteers. Volunteering with the ABP offers an excellent opportunity to broaden your knowledge and skills, as well as using your experience and expertise to support the growth and success of our profession and network with other practitioners. We ask all our volunteers to be ABP members.
Opportunities for volunteering are varied, and may include:
- Committee/ project team member (e.g. the Conference Team)
- Membership of the Management Board
- Supporting the ongoing operations of the ABP
- Writing case studies, newsletter or website content
- Speaking at ABP or partner events
- Joint ventures with other bodies & organisations
Current Volunteering Vacancies
The current vacancies being actively recruited are listed below. But we are always interested to hear from members who have time to get involved. If there is nothing suitable listed here, please register your interest for future volunteering vacancies or other ad hoc opportunities by completing the application form. We would love to hear from you!
Please complete our volunteer application form here.
We aim to respond to all requests within one month.
2019 Conference Team
The Annual Conference is the highest value and highest profile event the ABP runs. We will be recruiting members for the 2019 Conference & Awards Team throughout the latter part of this year.
The ABP is seeking to engage the support of a volunteer to manage and further develop our online presence via LinkedIn.
We are looking for a volunteer to join the Social Media Comms team, to run our Twitter feed.
The ABP is looking to engage a new volunteer to join the Board with the aim of being elected Treasurer as the term of office for the current Treasurer is soon to expire.
Finance Support Volunteer
The ABP is seeking to engage the support of a volunteer to assist the Treasuer with the organising and management of the Association's finances and associated tasks.