Job Opportunities

We are recruiting a number new posts as part of our continued growth. Please see below for more details:

Head of Projects and Programmes

Reporting to the Director of Personal and Professional Development, you will be responsible for leading a small team of Programmes Officers and Assistants to deliver a one year statutory funded project to develop and deliver our established Train the Trainer course to 60 partner organisations across England, including Teaching Schools, ITT providers, local authorities and charities. This franchise model will enable these partners to go on to train staff from at least 10 schools each, to equip them with the knowledge and tools to train their colleagues to support LGBT young people and equip them with practical strategies to tackle homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying.

You will also be responsible for managing the delivery of our existing Train the Trainer and curricula programmes and planning for the expansion of this suite of programmes with a focus on developing sustainable and flexible delivery models, underpinned by sound business and financial planning and in line with organisational strategy.

Head of Projects and Programmes Recruitment Pack
Head of Projects and Programmes Application Form
Head of Projects and Programmes Recruitment Analysis 

The deadline for the submission of completed applications is 12 noon on 15 April 2015. Please email your application to d.weston@stonewall.org.uk . Please also ensure that you return the recruitment analysis form with your application.

Senior Director of Programmes

The Senior Director of Programmes is a new role created to lead on the strategic planning, business development and high-quality delivery of all Stonewall’s programmes, including our extensive portfolio of programmes, which effect change at an organisational and individual level. Over 700 organisations are part of our membership programmes and over 1000 people are alumni from our personal and professional development programmes. In the role, you will work closely with the rest of the Senior Management Team and with a wide range of external stakeholders to develop and deliver truly innovative programmes that ensure equality in every part of the lived experience of LGBT people at home, at school, at work and abroad.

We’re looking for someone with a visionary, energetic and creative approach to programme and business development that places positive and sustainable social change for LGBT people from all communities at its heart. In this pivotal role, you will be managing and supporting the team to develop and co-ordinate the delivery of our programmes to a consistently high-standard, in line with our strategy and ambitious income targets. This is a significant leadership role at a particularly exciting time for Stonewall. We are offering the chance to be part of real and lasting change.

For further details and to apply please visit www.gatenbysanderson.com/job/senior-director-of-programmes 

Major Partnerships Manager

Working closely with the Director of Major Partnerships and the Senior Director of Programmes, the Major Partnerships Manager will focus on developing and delivering the strategic direction and content of the Global Diversity Champions programme with specific attention to the Global Founding Partners group in order to achieve maximum positive change for LGBT people in the UK and globally. They will also work closely with the Global Diversity Champions Officer and the Programmes teams to ensure that programme content is delivered to the highest standard.

The post holder will also be responsible for all aspects of our nascent 'Star Performers' initiative (currently 9 clients) from its strategic direction, the setting and agreeing of annual client objectives, reviewing and assessing their progress, and general account management and client development.

Major Partnerships Manager - Recruitment Pack 
Major Partnerships Manager - Application Form 
Major Partnerships Manager - Recruitment Analysis 

The deadline for the submission of completed applications is 12 noon on 8 April 2015. Please email your application to d.weston@stonewall.org.uk . Please also ensure that you return the recruitment analysis form with your application.

Director of Personal and Professional Development Programmes

Reporting to the Senior Director of Programmes, the Director of Personal and Professional Development Programmes is a new role in which you will take full responsibility for strategic planning, business development and high-quality delivery of Stonewall’s suite of personal and development programmes. These include our leadership, role model and allies programmes, and our programmes to support others to develop campaigns and build inclusive cultures. You’ll bring a creative approach to business development, placing positive and sustainable social change for LGBT people from all communities at its heart. You will be developing and delivering our personal and professional development programmes to a consistently high-standard in line with our organisational strategy, business plans and income targets, and will build important external client relationships to identify and nurture future business development opportunities. This is a wide-ranging role in which you will have a real chance to help shape Stonewall’s future growth and impact.

For futher details and to appy please visit www.gatenbysanderson.com/job/director-of-personal-and-professional-development-programmes 

International Policy Officer

Reporting to the Head of International Campaigns, this is an exciting new role within the Campaigns, Policy and Research Team. As International Policy Officer, you will develop and run consultations with LGBT groups in the Global South and East, as well as producing briefings, guidance and toolkits to inform the practice on LGBT inclusion internationally. You will have an excellent understanding of the key debates in international development, and act as a primary point of contact to key stakeholders.  We are looking for a highly motivated and confident individual with strong interpersonal skills and practical experience who is committed to the aims and objectives of Stonewall to work towards LGBT inclusion in international development. 

International Policy Officer - Recruitment Pack
International Policy Officer - Application Form
International Policy Officer - Recruitment Analysis Form 

The deadline for the submission of completed applications is 12 noon on 17th April 2015. Please email your application to K.BradyBarker@stonewall.org.uk . Please also ensure that you return the recruitment analysis form with your application.


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Working for Stonewall

Stonewall believes that our staff are our most precious resource. We aim to recruit the very best staff with a mix of private, public and third sector backgrounds and have an ambition to make Stonewall an employer of choice. We've reviewed our benefits package in recent years to reflect this.

In our most recent (May 2014) staff survey

  • 97% of staff said they were proud to work for Stonewall
  • 92% of staff said that working for Stonewall is fun
  • 97% of staff said that they enjoy what they do

We believe we have an obligation to role model some of the objectives that we encourage others to set for themselves and have worked hard in recent years to diversify our workforce. At May 2014:

  • 62% of our staff were women
  • 11% of our staff were from black and minority ethnic communities
  • 10% of our staff consider themselves to be disabled
  • 31% of our staff were heterosexual
  • 13% of our staff were bisexual
  • 76% of our staff were 34 and under

Benefits of working for Stonewall

Our benefits include:

  • 25 days annual leave (rising to 27 after three years service), three additional 'Stonewall Days' over Christmas and eight statutory holidays
  • Up to 9% of salary contributed to a group pension scheme
  • Free health insurance
  • Four weeks full paid sick leave and four weeks half pay rising to 12 weeks full pay and 12 weeks half pay after two years of service
  • 24 hour employee support line
  • Death in service benefit equivalent to two year's salary
  • Childcare vouchers
  • Interest free season ticket loan
  • Up to ten days additional leave with salary sacrifice (after one year's service)
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Free annual flu vaccination

 

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