Stonewall Scotland

Charity registered in Scotland SC039681

Stonewall Scotland is one of Scotland’s leading lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGB&T) charities.  We work across all areas of Scottish public life, be it in education, employment or with our public services to ensure they develop better policies which will lead to better lives for LGBT people, whilst also campaigning for changes in legislation and attitudes.

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Senior Programmes Officer - Scotland

  • Full time
  • £28,940
  • Remote working initially but will require frequent travel to Edinburgh office in the future
  • Closing 1st March 2021

Want to help shape a world where LGBT people are accepted without exception? Here’s your chance.

For the last thirty years, Stonewall has been working to achieve equality for lesbian, gay, bi and trans people. As a charity we rely on the generosity of private individuals, communities and organisations. Without it, none of what we do would be possible.

Join us as our Senior Programmes Officer in our Programmes Team in Stonewall Scotland to help shape a world where everyone is accepted without exception. Reporting to the Head of Programmes you will focus on helping businesses, charities, public services and educational institutions to develop inclusive cultures through membership of one our innovative Diversity Champion and Children and Young People’s Services programmes. You will be involved in all aspects of LGBT workplace inclusion. As our Senior Programmes Officer you will be responsible for supporting our relationships with key stakeholders, providing expert support and guidance, growing our Champions programme, developing and delivering our suite of professional and community empowerment programmes. This role provides an excellent opportunity to develop your skillset and step up as an ally and role model.

The post will also give you the chance to demonstrate your confident presentational skills with a range of stakeholders at a variety of levels as well as your ability to engage and inspire audiences.

The successful candidate will be able to embody and model Stonewall’s values and behaviours – able to demonstrate understanding of both privilege and intersectionality and the challenges that face the identities and communities that Stonewall supports. Above all the candidate will want to work to change the world for all LGBT people.