UNPAID VOLUNTEER – Wellbeing Manager

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Role Title: Wellbeing Manager

Role Nature: Volunteer

Location: Home-based

The Blockchain & Climate Institute (BCI) is an international volunteers-led think tank supporting and advocating the application of blockchain technology in the global fight against climate change.

With a large number of virtual VOLUNTEERS spread across the world, the Wellbeing Unit under the Capacity Building Division takes a lead in providing wellness and well-being support. This relates to physiological and mental health, as well as happiness and satisfaction with volunteering.

We are looking for a Well-being Manager who can support us in this. You will work closely with the Senior Well-being Officer to execute the Well-being strategy across the organisation. Additionally, you may need to give input on some of the projects in the internal L&D branch. You will have excellent collaboration, coordination, and communication skills, and you will be a great relationship builder and team player. You will also be tech-savvy and embrace a remote working culture.



  • Identify well-being needs and recommend initiatives aligning with the BCI well-being framework.
  • Conduct research on resources, programs, groups, and individuals to support the implementation of well-being initiatives.
  • Develop and implement effective processes and workflows to facilitate the success of well-being initiatives.
  • Gather feedback and continuously enhance initiatives, framework, processes, and workflows as needed.
  • Manage the execution of well-being initiatives across the organization, taking initiative where required
  •  Diagnose and implement changes where necessary, tracking the effectiveness of any efforts taken in the Well-being branch


Skills & Abilities

  • Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Capable of working under pressure and meeting deadlines.
  • Proficient in English writing with meticulous attention to detail.

General & Specialist Knowledge

  • In-depth understanding of wellness and well-being approaches within organizational contexts.
  • Familiarity with key BCI subjects such as climate change, climate finance, and blockchain technology is advantageous.
  • Demonstrated interest and passion for wellness and well-being within organisational settings.
  •  Knowledgeable about current trends in wellness and well-being practices within organisations

Education & Training

  • Strong educational background at the degree level

Relevant Experience

  • Over 4 years of experience in the field of wellness and well-being.
  • Proven expertise in implementing successful well-being initiatives within organizations.
  • Experience in both independent work and collaborative team environments.


Blockchain and other emerging technologies. Climate change and sustainability. These are two hot topic groups that have been headlining media outlets, dominating conferences & events, and gaining increasing traction in research and pilot projects. BCI is here as an expert platform to help governments, inter-governmental and regional organizations as well as relevant corporates to negotiate the complex landscape of emerging technologies for environmental good. We cement our expertise by putting in the hard work in researching, identifying, and analyzing the applications of emerging technologies so that informed decisions can be made by the stakeholders in the climate change and action network.

Benefits you will get from volunteering with BCI are enormous and some include:

By volunteering with BCI, you will:

  • Stimulate your mind and gain a sense of purpose.
  • Advance and boost your professional career, making valuable connections and gaining real-world experience at the intersection of climate action and emerging technologies.
  • Develop long-lasting professional relationships with like-minded individuals.

Selection Process

As a voluntary organization, we are pleased to open the door for candidates who may not have the prior experience they need to start, progress, or switch their careers. To recruit the most suitable, talented, or potential new members out of the volume of applications received, it is the BCI’s policy to also consider inexperienced candidates to fill our voluntary unpaid roles as long as they can demonstrate the skills required in the written assessment. In the selection process, most candidates will be invited to complete the following assessment.

Section A: Verbal and Numerical Reasoning (20 multiple-choice questions)

Section B: Situation Judgement Test (20 multiple-choice questions)

Section C: In-Tray Exercise (An open-ended assessment relevant to the duties of the role)

Candidates who pass all three sections will be invited to attend a phone screening, first interview, and final interview online.