Gendered Intelligence (GI) is a registered not-for-profit charity, established in 2008. Our mission is to increase understandings of gender diversity and to improve the lives of trans people. We work predominantly with the trans community and those who impact on trans lives; we particularly specialise in supporting young trans people aged 8-30.
Join the team
Gendered Intelligence consists of a team of skilled trainers, youth workers, mentors, public speakers, consultants, workshop facilitators and community practitioners. We have a working and in-depth knowledge of the wider trans community and of the young trans community in particular.
Gendered Intelligence is a ‘trans-led’ organisation which means many members of the team are trans identified. We feel strongly that there is not one way of being trans, and there are many different ways and approaches to help GI achieve its aims.
We are keen to ensure that collectively the team is diverse in order that we can draw from a wide range of backgrounds, perspectives and styles of thinking and working. As the organisation grows this is more important than ever.
Gendered Intelligence work is divided into four areas of services. These are: Trans Youth Work, Work in Education, Professional Services, Public Events. We also deliver a range of Special Projects.
Communications Assistant (part-time, temporary)
We are looking for an experienced and knowledgeable communications professional to join our team. Working with the Public Engagement Lead, you will help deliver Gendered Intelligence’s media presence to wider audiences and work strategically to improve our impact.
This role requires someone who can hit the ground running, with experience of working in similar roles, preferably in the charity sector. Training and support will be provided to ensure that all responsibilities can be met.
As a trans-led organisation, Gendered Intelligence welcomes applications from people of diverse backgrounds, abilities and gender identities. We would like to encourage trans-feminine spectrum people and people of colour to apply as they are currently under-represented within our organisation. We aim to create a positive working environment for all staff, and are actively working towards a diverse workforce.
Hours: 17.5 hours per week (0.5 FTE) until mid-May 2020
Salary: £22, 911 + £3,000 London weighting pro rata. This post falls within Band 4 (£22,911 – £25,295 + LW) but it is expected that an appointment will be made at the lower end of the scale.
For full details, including the job description and application form, please download the recruitment pack here.
If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date is 9am on Wednesday 29th January 2020. Interviews are scheduled for Monday 10th February.
Thank you for your interest.