Chalk Circle is a unique organisation with a unique team structure. We believe in practicing what we preach internally when it comes to our values of equality, accessibility and empowerment. We don’t approach our work with the rigid, impersonal and undemocratic hierarchic structure of corporations, instead, we take a more creative, equal and flexible approach to our team structure, inspired by worker-owned enterprise models.

At Chalk Circle our team is made up of 3 teams, called Collectives: the Operations Collective, Communications Collective and the Programs Collective. Each team recruit people to fill the skill-gaps of work that needs to be done for their relevant projects. There are no set ‘positions’ advertised in this process, instead, after a month working with the team the successful recruit gets to self-select their own title to fairly reflect the work they do.

Our teams put a big effort into creating a caring, supportive environment, maintaining a fun and passionate approach to the work, and providing opportunities and challenges to help develop skills and confidence for all team members. If this all sounds like the kind of team environment you want to be a part of, check out the skill areas we want to add to the team below!  


Chalk Circle is run by a team of passionate, highly driven and engaged people from all walks of life who are motivated by their belief in the cause and desire to build skills and relationships.

To apply for a volunteer position, please read and respond to the relevant position description and then email a cover letter and CV to HR via operations@chalkcircle.org

Please feel welcome to make enquiries in advance of your application.



Whether you’re interested in pursuing an internship as part of your own personal endeavor for development, or you need to complete an internship as part of your degree for credit points, our internship program offers the opportunity to develop invaluable skills and experiences.

Our internship program enables you to:

  • develop invaluable skills and experiences
  • meet passionate and interesting people
  • cultivate an understanding of gender literacy
  • create a positive impact on your community.

Interns will be expected to commit to a minimum of 15 work hours a week and are required to have completed at least one year of tertiary study in the relevant area.

If there are any positions available, they will appear here.