We are always looking for volunteers who want to share their time, experience and passion and help make the world a better place through engineering. We welcome volunteers from a wide range of professions and from any stage of their careers. As a EWB volunteer, you will be able to apply to any available vacancies, join our activities, meet our other volunteers and truly make a difference.
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Our organization is growing and we need your help to make it bigger and better! Volunteer your skills and join one of our dynamic teams.
We are looking for volunteering to support us in our projects but also in other legal matters. Being an organization consisting of mainly engineering expertise, we currently would like to reinforce our team with an expert in the legal field.
As a project’s coach you will work with local partners on project requests and coach project teams towards successful project execution.
To support our project teams we are looking for a media expert. You will support them with setting the right strategy to promote the project and arrange the necessary means by doing so.
Want to share your experience on a specific project? Apply for one of the open positions below.
Huderes Community Empowerment For Development Co Ltd (HCED) in collaboration with Engineers Without Borders –Netherlands (EWB-NL) will be setting up a CHIA processing factory in Tanzania.
We are looking for self motivated volunteer with preferable related experience in the food industry to join the team as a Project Manager for this project. The project manager is the bridge between client and the teams tasked with the actual execution of the project. If you think you have the skillset , with good communication skills and will like to be part of this endeavor , we are happy to welcome you.
We are looking for a volunteering medior/senior electrical designer to support the pico power project team in the preparation of the solar and electrical design deliverables. The concept design has already been prepared and you will be working on the challenge to translate the ideas into drawings, thereby detailing the design.
The Water4Oku team is looking for an experienced volunteer in the field of (small) water treatment plant design, including water infrastructure (e.g. piping). A good overall knowledge of water supply chain management is important, previous experience in developing projects in African countries is highly appreciated.