As transgender support and social group The Clare Project embarks on their 20th year as an essential service for the trans, non-binary, intersex and gender-variant (TNBI) community across East Sussex, they are looking for a new addition to the team to support the charity during an exciting period of growth.
The TNBI Development Worker role will take a lead in ensuring The Clare Project’s community-led approach is both sustainable and representative of their unique work. Other responsibilities include supporting the charity in expanding their TNBI inclusion and awareness training offering; developing their volunteer package; contributing to their commitment towards improving the accessibility of services for those from under-represented groups in the TNBI community, and more.
The role will be contracted at 12 hours per week, £24,500 pro rata (£8,167 per annum), fixed term contract for 12 months with extension subject to funding. Occasional/optional overtime. Freelance enquiries welcome.
Deadline for applications is 9am on Friday, July 24; interviews (online via Zoom) will be Wednesday, July 29.
To receive more information, including on how to apply, email email@example.com or call 07464229395 and leave a message.
Please note: The Clare Project welcomes applications from the TNBI community. Further to this, they welcome those from black trans communities and non-black people of colour, in addition to those with disabilities. As a course of positive action in order to improve community representation in The Clare Project team, they actively encourage applications from these under-represented groups.
Accessibility: If you would prefer to submit your application in another way, or different format, get in touch using the details above. Likewise, if you require assistance and/or have any questions regarding the application process.
For more info on The Clare Project, visit their website.