Join our inspirational team
At City to Sea, we live our values, and this is reflected in everything we do as a team, and in our work. Being balanced, positive, creative, earth-kind and brave is at the core of what we do, and those shared values shine through in our campaigns, working relationships and everyday lives. Together, we can find positive solutions to plastic pollution.
If our values resonate with you, get in touch or see how you can volunteer with us.
Our current job vacancies
We’re looking for dedicated, like-minded people to join our team, you’ll find our open positions here:
Refill Stations Data Assistant (Kickstarter) Job Description Job title Refill Stations Data Assistant (Kickstarter) Reporting to Lanie Sibley – Head of App Growth Grade Salary Paid at National Minimum Wage: Ages 16–17: £4.55 Ages 18–20: £6.45 Ages 21–24: £8.20....
PARTNERSHIPS ASSISTANT (KICKSTARTER)Partnerships Assistant Job Description Job title Partnerships Assistant (Kickstarter) Reporting to Corporate Partnerships Lead Grade Salary Paid at National Minimum Wage: Ages 16–17: £4.55 p/hour Ages 18–20: £6.45 p/hour Ages...
MARKETING ASSISTANT (KICKSTARTER) Job Description Job title Marketing Assistant Reporting to Eve Warlow, Marketing Manager Grade Salary Paid at National Minimum Wage: Ages 16–17: £4.55 Ages 18–20: £6.45 Ages 21–24: £8.20. Hours of Work 3.5 days a week Location...
Digital Communications Coordinator, Maternity Cover Job Description Job title Digital Communications Coordinator, Maternity Cover Reporting to Refill Marketing Manager Grade Salary BAND B £26,000 FTE Hours of Work 5 days a week / Starting August Location...
To qualify for the Kickstarter Scheme you must be a young person aged 16-24 and receiving Universal Credit. To find out if you could be eligible to apply you need to speak to Job Centre Plus. Find contact details for your local Job Centre using this link.
Though all applicants will be treated equally regardless of sex, race or other status, City to Sea is under-represented by Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic groups, men and 45+ year olds. Therefore, candidates from these groups are particularly encouraged. As this is a global role, we also particularly welcome multi-lingual candidates.
EVERYONE’S WELCOME (DESPITE WHAT IT MIGHT CURRENTLY LOOK LIKE)
We’re uncomfortably conscious that currently, we’re mostly made up of people who identify as white women. And we’re not ok with that. We know we’ll be even stronger and more effective in helping power the changes we need to see in the world when we’re a more diverse team.
We’ve brought Manu Maunganidze, a Bristol-based diversity consultant in to help us address our lack of diversity. Manu has conducted an audit and we’ll be exploring any unconscious bias we may hold within the team.
We’re actively encouraging diversity of applicants in recruitment and funding platforms to ensure our job opportunities are reaching far and wide into the community. And we’re working with Babbasa for an internship initiative.
We’ve established a Diversity and Inclusion working group to actively address both the make-up of our team and the engagement and reach of our campaigning.
We’re educating ourselves. From the founder to the newer recruits, we’re reading books, sharing our learnings, challenging each other and trying to be better. We’re a long way from perfect, but we’re on a journey, and you’re welcome to join us on it!
As Natalie, our founder writes “Protecting the planet for future generations isn’t women’s work, it’s everyone’s, and we need to actively create seats at the table for a diverse set of hearts and minds to help make it happen.” Read the full article.
How you can create a wave of change
What you’ll bring to City to Sea
- To be a positive force for change and a proud champion of City to Sea’s work!
- To get stuck into City to Sea’s training and developmental programme so you can grow, learn and help us be better!
- To understand and embrace City to Sea’s mission, vision, values, objectives, policies, procedures, and practices. (That sounds a lot, but they’re simple and fun really.)
What you’ll get from us
- A positive, fun and inclusive working environment.
- Flexibility in your working hours.
- A thorough and engaging onboarding process to help you get up to speed.
- Development and coaching.
- A range of benefits including great holiday allowance, discounted environmentally friendly products, cycle to work scheme and four organisational wide team days per year.
Benefits of working with City to Sea
✔️The opportunity to work for an award-winning, not for profit.
✔️The chance to work on meaningful projects that show a positive impact on our planet.
✔️36 days holiday (pro-rata, including bank holidays).
✔️Plus, you’ll work with a great group of people who will always be there to help answer any questions.
Get to know us
Find out a little more about what motives us each day and how our paths have brought us together at City to Sea.
Volunteering at City to Sea
We are immensely grateful for the incredible help and support we get from our wonderful volunteers. We love working with these amazing people and hope that, in return, we’ve enabled them to learn new skills, gain valuable experience for their CVs, and have fun. Their input makes a real difference to our campaigns against single-use plastic.
If you’d like to volunteer with City to Sea, we’d love to hear from you!
Current Volunteering opportunities
Volunteer Refill App Assistant
The App Growth team is responsible for the strategy to deliver app growth over the next 5 years, this includes everything from app development, data management and marketing. The Refill App Assistant is a vital role at City to Sea to help us meet our ambitious targets.
Meet some of our volunteers
I started volunteering with City to Sea as an intern for Refill Day. My role was really hands-on, giving me a taste of all different areas of the organisation including social media, being involved with action days and video production. My time volunteering showing me what it takes to run a fantastic national campaign!
As proof of how much I enjoyed my volunteering, I applied for a role with City to Sea and was lucky enough to be hired as Digital Assistant.
Volunteering with City to Sea definitely expanded my horizons, allowed me to meet some truly interesting people from experts in different environmental fields to peers with equal interest in sustainability but most importantly it further enhanced my knowledge on the importance of being more environmentally conscious.
The highlight of my volunteering experience was representing City to Sea at the ‘Going for Gold’ event hosted by Bristol City Council. This is because I learnt how collectively as a city we can all reduce our impacts on the environment as well as share resources towards a common goal.
I have volunteered with City to Sea on multiple occasions in video production, and every time it was a rewarding experience. I was treated as part of the team and was given a great insight as to what working in a fast-paced not-for-profit organisation is like.