Do you want to work within an organisation driven by a strong culture of co-operation, consensus and youth participation? Our work is underpinned by our aims and principles, and made possible by a small but dedicated team of staff based around the UK.

Benefits of working at Woodcraft Folk include:

  • All roles paid at or above the real living wage
  • Pension scheme with up to 5% employer contributions
  • Commitment to flexible working 
  • 36 days annual leave per year (pro rata, inclusive of public holidays)
  • Employee Assistance programme

Our current vacancies are listed below – click on the links to find out more and learn how to apply:

Development Officer (Camelon)

Woodcraft Folk Scotland is looking for an enthusiastic and experienced development worker to lead activity with volunteers to build on and sustain the Woodcraft Folk...

Membership & Groups Co‑ordinator

Maternity Cover Woodcraft Folk is seeking a dynamic and flexible individual to co-ordinate the support and development of our volunteers and weekly groups for young...

Activities Coordinator (Biblins)

The Biblins Youth Campsite Is managed by Woodcraft Folk, an educational charity for children and young people. Biblins is nestled in the Wye Valley in...

Woodcraft Folk employment policies

Relevant policies relating to our recruitment procedures or any aspect of working for Woodcraft Folk can be obtained on request by emailing [email protected] 


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