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Join our community of volunteers who give their time, commitment and talent to make Campaign Against Antisemitism the success that it is. Everything we have accomplished has been done by volunteers. We are truly a grassroots campaign and we look forward to welcoming you to the team! If none of the roles below appeal to you, please sign up to receive details of our newest roles as soon as we publish them.

Latest volunteer roles

Crowdfund Against Antisemitism Team Leader

  • Participate in a two-day ‘Charity Extra’ campaign at the end of November to help raise money for CAA
  • Promote the campaign through your WhatsApp contact network, or by e-mail and social media
  • Receive from us pre-prepared messages, graphics and video in advance that you can use or edit before disseminating to your network
  • Work closely with our Development and Engagement Manager during the two-day campaign, with the option of remaining involved if that is of interest to you

Head of Community Liaison

  • Initiate and build relationships with various community leaders to ensure an active network of contacts
  • Maintain relationships with Jewish community organisations, raising awareness of the work conducted by CAA and the services that we provide
  • Act as operational lead for the Community Liaison Unit, working with other volunteers to create and implement a project plan for community outreach
  • Help to update our communal database, keeping track of Jewish community organisations across the country such as synagogues and community centres
  • Work closely with our Communications Unit to produce accessible and appealing publicity materials

Incident Response Officer

  • Respond to telephone calls and e-mails, liaising with members of the public who report or have experienced antisemitic crimes or abuse
  • Gather and record evidence objectively using our cloud-based systems to properly log and catalogue cases raised through the Incident Response Unit
  • Take part in fortnightly meetings to ensure that cases are properly dealt with in a professional and timely manner
  • Act as a consistent point of contact for members of the public who have witnessed or experienced antisemitism

Public Affairs Officer

  • Monitor forthcoming parliamentary debates and policymaking events to ensure that our public affairs efforts are appropriately timed and targeted
  • Help to devise briefing documents on issues of particular concern to us
  • Work with colleagues to help prioritise specific policy work and relationships
  • Maintain up-to-date information on policymakers such as MPs, peers and senior civil servants, and their advisers
  • Maintain databases and records of research, producing reports and interacting with our cloud-based systems to ensure neat filing and ease of searchability

Compliance Officer

  • Maintain an awareness of Government-issued guidelines pertaining to data governance and the operations of charities and employers
  • Produce documents and materials to highlight compliance issues as they relate to CAA and our expanding operations
  • Work closely with the Compliance Unit, Systems Unit, General Counsel, and Programme Manager to improve processes, policies and systems across the charity
  • Work with staff and volunteers to provide advice and guidance on compliance-related issues that may arise

Police Outreach Officer

  • Liaise with police forces around the country offering training and logging where training has been completed
  • Deliver onsite training sessions with police forces and provide ongoing support to recipients of training
  • Create relationships and networks within police forces to develop our network and strengthen responses to antisemitic crime
  • Liaise with other members of the CAA team and provide feedback on training sessions and outreach programme

Prosecutions Monitor

  • Monitor traditional and social media to identify cases in which we are not involved
  • Maintain our record of active criminal cases in the UK, including by calling police forces and courts to inquire as to the status of investigations and prosecutions, and working with our Incident Response Unit to track cases in which we are more actively involved
  • Manage our court diary and network of court reporters, and ensure that court hearings are attended
  • Update our investigations, enforcement, litigation and communications teams as cases progress

Education and Training Presenter

  • Deliver engaging, educational presentations on antisemitism to students and members of the public
  • Collaborate with colleagues in education and outreach to support and strengthen our educational initiatives
  • Help to expand our network in education and build relationships

Communications Researcher

  • Conduct independent research on items requested by our Chief Communications Officer
  • Construct reports and dossiers to support the work being conducted by our communications team
  • Liaise effectively with team members to ensure Communications Officers are well briefed on content that they are working on
  • Suggest content proposals that may arise through your research


  • Assist with regular bookkeeping such as bank statement reconciliation and preparing and submitting Gift Aid claims
  • Respond to accounts payable enquiries via e-mail
  • Report to our Head of Finance and work alongside our Payroll Bookkeeper and Accounts Receivable Bookkeeper
  • Come into our London based office for around two hours every week or every fortnight