We welcome and/or have the resources to support:
We warmly welcome applications from people from all backgrounds, particularly those from diverse communities and people who use or would be eligible to use our services, such as older people, people with disabilities or people facing mental health challenges.
It would be helpful to have a current or past connection to the area in which we work (Hackney, Islington or the City of London), but it’s not essential.
We would love to hear from people who can help hold us to account on our diversity, equality and inclusion objectives, including people:
From Black British, African or Caribbean communities with lived experience of the institutional barriers and racism faced by Black people in North East London.
With lived experience as someone who has or may be likely to experience discrimination or disadvantage on the basis of a protected characteristic e.g. race, disability, sex, sexuality, age etc.
We are also keen to receive applications from people with professional skills and experience, particularly in finance, fundraising, communications and marketing or charity/business management (you must have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in one of these areas).
You don’t need to have previous Trustee, Board or senior management experience - it’s much more important that you are interested in our work, share our values, are confident expressing your views and opinions, can work well as part of a team, and are willing to learn.