Inas depends upon a worldwide network of volunteers. As the organisation grows, new roles are constantly appearing.

Details of how to apply for a role can be found at the bottom of the page.


Volunteer Fundraisers

12th March 2015

Part-time, flexible hours raising funds for an international disability sport charity

About Inas:

Approximately 1 in 20 people have an intellectual (or learning) disability. Currently many do not have the opportunity to enjoy sport or the chance to compete at the highest levels – Inas exists to change this.


Cycling Committee Members

23rd February 2015

After successfully launching committees in athletics, basketball and cricket, Inas is seeking nominations to its Cycling Committee.

Please download the information pack for full details.


Fundraising/Sales – Opportunity to Tender

2nd February 2015


Are you a self-employed/freelance fundraiser or sales person and looking for a new challenge?

We would like to hear from freelance sales or fundraising professionals who are interested in managing and delivering Inas’ lottery prize draw programme in their local area on a commission basis.


Swimming Committee Members

30th January 2015

After successfully launching committees in athletics, basketball and cricket, Inas is seeking nominations to its Swimming Committee.

Please download the information pack for full details.



Eligibility Panel Members

27th February 2014

The Inas Eligibility Panel works under the direction of the Eligibility Committee to consider athlete eligibility applications. The role is undertaken remotely making use of email and internet.

Panel members should:

  • Be qualified psychologists, familiar with international standards for the classification and assessment of intellectual disability


6th October 2010

The role:
Translators will work on an occasional basis to translate the organisations policies, forms and publications into additional languages. We are principally looking for volunteers who are fluent in English, plus one or more of French, Spanish, Arabic, and Chinese.

The role will be undertaken by email and internet though occasional travel to meetings may be needed.


How to apply:

Applications should be made by CV/Covering letter which clearly states which post you are applying for and your suitability for the role

Applications should be sent by email to the Secretariat at

Applications should be supported by your national member organisation. Inas does not cover out-of-pocket expenses unless otherwise stated - this should be agreed with your member organisation before applying.

To discuss the roles available, please contact Nick Parr at the Inas Secretariat.