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People are at the very heart of the Royal Over-Seas League. From our 16,000 worldwide members, to the arts scholars, music alumni and benefactors of our many humanitarian and education projects; we bring like-minded people together.  And it's our team of dedicated staff that help make this happen. If you are interested in being part of our team explore the vacancies list below and make an application. If there are no current vacancies please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with a cover letter and cv to be kept on file for when a suitable position arises. 


Night Porter

As a Night Porter at ROSL you will be responsible for providing an informative and helpful service to members during their stay and to maintain the security of the club at night.You will carry out regular and thorough security rounds of the building, be fully converse with the fire board and the fire evacuation procedures and, under the direction of the Night Manager/Assistant Night Manager, have the responsibility for the Club throughout the night.

To read the full job description and apply, click here.

Head of Estates (Fixed Term – 2 Year contract)

Under the direction of the Chief Finance Officer, and within the limits of ROSL’s policies and procedures, your main role is to devise and manage the annual cyclical and short-term maintenance programmes and projects for ROSL’s Grade 1 Listed London Clubhouse, taking into account statutory compliance and the needs of its members, staff and catering providers and participants.

To read the full job description and apply, click here.

ROSL People

For over 100 years ROSL has provided a home-away-from-home experience for our members. And our team always provide a warm welcome to members visiting our clubhouses in London and Edinburgh. But it's not just about an hospitable environment at the clubs, our talented people provide opportunities for artists and musicians across the Commonwealth to connect, collaborate and create. Support education and humanitarian projects that benefit communities and change lives. And provide social and cultural activities for enjoyment, learning, and networking - bringing members together. 

Read more about the people that make ROSL a members' club with a difference: take a look at the Overseas Journal archive or read 'ROSL People - Day in the Life'.