Gendered Intelligence (GI) is a registered not-for-profit Community Interest Company, 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.
Trainer (0.8 Full Time Equivalent)
We are looking for a new member of the team to carry out the role of trainer at Gendered Intelligence. Gendered Intelligence provides a range of services for all for the commercial, statutory and not-for-profit sectors. We offer trans awareness and inclusion training, consultancy work, policy development and a membership scheme.
The successful applicant will be responsible for the delivery of our professional trans awareness and inclusion training, including associated administration, preparation and follow up tasks. They will work directly with a wide range of people including the Professional Services Lead, colleagues in the Professional Services area, CEO and other staff at Gendered Intelligence.
The work involves national travel, mainly across England and Wales, and very occasionally international travel; accordingly, the role sometimes involves overnight stays. It also involves occasional weekend work.
As part of our commitment to provide high-quality learning opportunities for professionals, we have set an expectation around the facilitation and teaching skills of our trainers. For this reason, we ask that our trainers have, or be working towards, a Level 3 Award in Education and Training qualification or equivalent. Trainers also need to be able to work independently without supervision.
Simon Croft, Lead for Professional Services at GI says:
'We are looking to diversify our training team and welcome applicants with diverse life experiences. As always, we are particularly keen to receive applications from people who are themselves trans, non-binary, gender fluid or otherwise gender diverse / of gender diverse history, especially trans feminine spectrum people and people of colour. We recognise that people from our community may not always have had the opportunity to develop the work history and experience that others might, and so we strongly encourage people to apply on the basis of experiences and transferrable skills they may have developed in other settings, such as voluntary roles, whether formally or informally. Anyone who would like to talk anything through or ask questions is very welcome to call me for an informal chat."
Please download the Job Description.
The deadline for submission is 12pm on 4th July
Send CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The date for interview will be 11th July. Candidates for interview will be expected to carry out a 15min micro-teaching exercise (short facilitated session) followed by an interview.
We aim to support flexible working.
There will be an expectation around travelling across various regions of the UK. The successful applicant will need to have ready access to major travel routes in order to facilitate this.
Trans Youth Work Leeds/Bradford
We are recruiting! We are looking for one or two trans, non-binary and gender questioning youth workers to form part of our growing trans youth work team.
There are two positions that we are looking for in our Leeds Monthly and Bradford Quarterly trans youth group spaces. The role is as the Assistant Youth Worker (AYW) to our Lead. We encourage people to apply for both roles, to give you more work and development time in both groups.
We are looking for a diverse team with appropriate experience, from wide range of backgrounds, identities and who are able to work in the areas of Leeds and Bradford.
Please ensure that you are available for the interview date below and the other dates to work in groups that have been pre-set.
Please complete the application form that comes with this pack.
Deadline for submissions is 15th June 2018 at 5pm.
Interviews will take place on: 26th June 2018, you will need to be available all day in Bradford.
All successful applicants will be subject to a DBS check.
We are looking for an Assistant Youth Worker for the following groups, all our groups are for trans, non-binary and gender questioning young people and staff should also identify in this way:
West Yorkshire group (in Leeds) for 13-21 year olds
West Yorkshire Community Saturdays for 11- 25 year olds (these run 4 times a year in Bradford or as a trip)
Please download the Application Pack that includes the Job Description.
Trans youth Summer camps volunteer roles
Every year Gendered Intelligence runs Summer camps for young trans, non-binary and gender questioning people aged 11-24.
This year is our 10th birthday and we’re celebrating by making camp supersized! Super Camp will involve us taking 180 young trans and non-binary people aged 18-25 camping for 5 days and 4 nights, from the 13th – 17th August 2018.
Alongside Super Camp we’ll be running an 11 – 17 year olds camp for 35 young people, going for our usual 4 days and 3 nights from the 27th – 30th July 2018.
Would you like to volunteer at either of the camps?
Recruitment for the Under 18 camp has now closed.
However, we are extending the deadline for Super Camp volunteer.
For Super Camp we are looking for trans, gender variant and non-binary identified people who would like to volunteer to work as youth workersor who can be part of our practical team - for this you need cooking, DIY, practical, first aid skills, or be willing to go on a food hygiene and/or first aid course paid for by GI, at your convenience.
Fill in an application form and return it to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. We will accept application on a rolling basis until all positions have been filled.