The Link team is passionate about transforming lives through learning and working towards a world where every child has the right to a quality education.


We post all current vacancies here so if you don’t see anything suitable please keep checking back.

Link operates a safe recruitment process. Candidates interested in working in any of our partner offices will be subject to our safeguarding policy and code of conduct, which will be made available upon application.

We want to work with people who have a genuine passion and dedication to making a difference. We encourage applications from under-represented groups.

Regional Assistant – Gambella, Ethiopia

We are looking for a Regional Assistant to support the delivery of our TARGET project in the Gambella region of Ethiopia. The successful candidate will work in collaboration with colleagues across the delivery consortium to help implement CPD support for school leaders.

If you have experience working in education development projects, have strong project management skills and are knowledgeable about inclusion practice then we want to hear from you!

Prospective candidates should complete the application form below and email to, copying, with the subject line “Gambella – Regional Assistant” by Wednesday 8 November.

For more information, please read the job role description which is available below.

Trustee and Safeguarding Champion – UK

Link Education is determined to ensure our organisation embeds and promotes a strong safeguarding culture whilst also delivering safe, high quality programmes so that all staff and people we work with feel protected.  Link is seeking a Trustee who can support Link’s Safeguarding Focal Person in six key areas: policies, procedures and practice; monitoring of standards; leadership dialogue; prioritisation of actions; environment and culture; and case management.

Recognising the unique insight, expertise and leadership within diaspora communities, we are looking to attract individuals with experience from these groups. Those from minority groups and the African diaspora are encouraged to apply to support greater diversity within our leadership. 

The position is unremunerated and involves a minimum of approximately 10 days input per year spread across board meetings in Edinburgh (currently virtual) and other engagement events. We are open to recruiting from across the UK. For more information, please download the full role description below.

To submit a note of interest, please send a CV and cover letter to by Friday 12 November.