AS COMPASSIONATE AS YOU ARE PASSIONATE
Joining us at a pivotal moment, the beginning of our next chapter as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation your role will cover three main areas.
1. The roll out and implementation of Anti Racist Cumbria’s 8 Step Programme. Managing relationships with organisations ready to make the move to anti-racism and organising a bank of facilitators who will deliver our programme.
2. Provide support to our Communications Director with both web and social content and upkeep with organisational support for the management of the communications volunteers.
3. Helping maintain an organised and co-ordinated office (real and virtual) so our growing team remains as efficient as possible.
Reports to: CEO for Operational activity. Communication Director for Communication activity.
Salary: £32,000 per annum (flat pay structure, all the team are paid the same)
Hours: 40 hrs per week (job shares and P/t and flexible hours considered)
Office/Home: 1 day per week in Windermere office (though you are welcome here as much as you like too!) otherwise we don’t mind where you work from.
Contract: this is a permanent role
Benefits & Statutory Entitlements
- Hybrid office/home working/ flexible working environment
- 36 days annual leave including Bank Holidays
- Well-being and wellness support
- Statutory sick pay
- Employers pension scheme contributions
How to apply
Please submit a one page A4 covering letter, detailing your motivation and passions for an anti-racist county, along with your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org We also ask you to complete our Equitable Opportunities Monitoring Form. If there are any barriers such as a disability which may impact your ability to apply in this way please contact us at email@example.com
Closing date: 5pm 24 January 2022
Interviews: will take place on 31 January 2022. If you are called for an interview, you will be notified by 5pm 26th January at the latest. Interviews may be held in person or virtually.
Equitable Opportunities: As you would expect we are deeply committed to equality, equity, diversity, and inclusion. We recognise that to achieve all we want cannot happen without a wide and varied contribution to our thoughts, plans and ideas. We want and need a broad range of people around our table. Having a unique, rich and diverse team is important to us and means we get the best people doing the job because they bring with them a rich tapestry of creativeness and experience. We strive to ensure that certain voices in our communities are amplified and heard to ensure that things we may never think let alone consider are included in our plans and aims. Our future is positive and we make no apologies when we say we want our team to include people who are Black, Brown or Minoritised, Working Class, LGBTQIA+, Disabled and of a wide range of ages. So that we can monitor how we are doing in this regard, who is applying and what their backgrounds are, we ask you to complete this form and return it with your application.
Completion of the form is voluntary. Returned forms will be separated from job applications and used solely for monitoring purposes.
The information collected will be treated in the strictest confidence and will be used only for the purpose of furthering and improving our aim of creating equitable opportunities.
Before you apply: We cannot tell a lie, working in anti-racism and being consistently confronted by the impact of racism (for some whilst being impacted personally by racism too) is hard work and it requires the ability to be robust. Sadly racism never sleeps and the environment is fast-paced and at times requires reactivity as well as proactivity. Your welfare and wellbeing is vital and we offer both internal and external support as well as flexible working and more holidays to help with this, but we think it is important you understand that this work can be emotive, challenging and potentially triggering before you begin.