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Project Lead (UK Black Pride and BAME Community Engagement)

Reference
VAC-16826
Contract Type
Permanent
Sector
Charity
Location
London
Salary
£43,533
Expiry Date
25/03/2019
Stonewall works to secure acceptance without exception for lesbian, gay, bi and trans (LGBT) people.

Job Description

From February 2019, UK Black Pride and Stonewall are embarking on an ambitious and groundbreaking partnership to support the celebration of LGBT people of colour, build strong networks across BAME and PoC LGBT communities, and raise the profile of LGBT people of colour. As part of the launch of the partnership, Stonewall and UK Black Pride will be recruiting a full-time member of staff to develop and oversee the programme of work.

This exciting and vital role will help to set the tone of the partnership, working across a number of Stonewall teams and with the UK Black Pride Board to project manage the launch and develop and lead the activity for the years to come. You will lead on the development and delivery of a business plan that includes the annual UK Black Pride event, building empowering relationships with BAME and PoC LGBT people across Britain, supporting the development of local and national campaigning, and overseeing a series of events to build and connect the BAME and PoC LGBT movement.

You will work closely with the UK Black Pride board, teams across Stonewall, including importantly the fundraising and campaigns teams, Stonewall’s BAME and PoC Staff Network and with our race equity consultants, to ensure that your work is delivering on UK Black Pride’s wider vision and is responding to the needs of all BAME and PoC LGBT people.  You will also work closely with other teams in the charity to ensure that Stonewall’s wider resources are being channelled effectively to achieve change for BAME and PoC LGBT people.

If you’ve the right mix of skills to join us as the Project Lead for UK Black Pride and BAME Community Engagement, please complete and return an application form by 9.30am on 12 March 2019. Interviews will follow on 25 March 2019.