NB: Accessibility note towards end of post.

Following over 20 years of supporting transgender, non-binary, intersex and gender-
variant (TNBI) communities across Sussex, The Clare Project is continuing to
expand and diversify its support service offering. To enable us in this considerable
growth and development, we are looking for new members to join our small team.
Please see below for more details on how to apply.

Group Facilitators

Hours: Approx. 4-6hrs per week on a freelance basis, optional overtime and
development of role

Location: Flexible across Sussex, mixture of face-to-face and online . Primary
locations include Brighton, Worthing, Hastings.

Pay: £16.80-£31.50 per hour dependent on task (PAYE or monthly invoice), plus supervision support/subsidy

Application deadline: 20 th September 2021 9am

Informal interviews: w/c 20 th September

Start date: ASAP – shadowing/induction throughout October 2021, start November

Note on offer: This role initially offers paid work on a freelance basis, we are open to
discussing Service Agreements/short-term contracts (with possibility of extension)
and/or to offer guidance and support for people new to being self-employed/doing
freelance work.

Having provided essential psychosocial support for TNBI communities across
Sussex for over 21 years, The Clare Project is looking to expand and diversify our
service offering in order to reflect the increase in demand of support. We are
currently offering a mixture of online and face-to-face opportunities for our members
to come together in a community-led environment, make connections and receive
informal advice and support. We also regularly operate a variety of workshops and
opportunities, such as community consultations, talks on TNBI-specific issues and
engagement events.

We are looking to recruit 1-2 Group Facilitators that are keen to join our expanding
team who are passionate about the power of community-led support, particularly for
intersectional groups including those who are neurodivergent and/or autistic, People
of Colour, people with disabilities and/or long-term health conditions, and those aged
over 50. Further to this, as an organisation we are looking to expand our
geographical reach across Sussex, particularly to re-engage more socially isolated
and digitally excluded community members following the impact of Covid-19.

How to apply:

Please send your CV (no more than 2 x sides of A4) and a brief covering letter (no
more than 1 side of A4) to g.hutchins@clareproject.org.uk

Please note we welcome applications from the trans, non-binary, intersex and
gender-variant community. Further to this, we recognize that there are several
intersections of these communities under-represented in our team at present,
including but not limited to, Black and non-Black People of Colour, those with
disabilities, those from Gypsy & Traveller backgrounds, migrants and/or those with
experience of homelessness. As a course of positive action in order to improve
community representation in our team, we actively encourage applications
from these under-represented groups.


If you would prefer to submit your application in another way, or
different format, please do get in touch. Likewise, if you require assistance and/or
have any questions regarding the application process, please do not hesitate to
contact us.

Any enquiries or questions about the role can be sent to Service Manager
Gray, on g.hutchins@clareproject.org.uk or leave a voicemail/text with your
number on 07464229395

Please see links below to download more information for this role: