TNBI Group/Activity Workers

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The Clare Project is seeking two sessional group/activity workers to extend our
support of the trans, non-binary, intersex and gender-variant community (from here
called TNBI community) across Sussex.

A sessional worker is a worker with a variable number of hours per month, as we
need flexibility and the hours for this type of work will fluctuate. Sessional workers
usually receive their hours for the month in advance.

These sessional group/activity workers will support us to facilitate our psychosocial
support groups and other group activities. There will be additional training
opportunities for these sessional workers to provide individual psychosocial support.

NHS Senior Public Involvement Officer

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With support from NHS Sussex, The Clare Project (TCP) is excited to introduce a
new role in order to support the development of our Trans Health Public
Involvement Programme. Working jointly as part of the NHS Sussex’s Public
Involvement team and hosted by TCP, this role will be working closely with trans,
non-binary and intersex (TNBI) communities in Sussex and is essential in
ensuring the views, experiences and suggestions of the TNBI community are
sought, heard and acted upon. The post holder will also lead on developing
and facilitating both a Lived Experience Community Group and a TNBI
Professionals Group.

Trans Healthcare Improvement Advisory Group Members

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We are looking to recruit a group of 6 to 10 trans, non-binary and/or intersex community
members as part of a healthcare improvement group. No previous experience of feeding
back to healthcare settings, induction and training will be provided. The group will meet
each month at locations throughout Sussex and online. Applicants should have a lived
experience of accessing healthcare within the UK as a TNBI person, an interest in improving
NHS healthcare for TNBI people and be able to make a minimum 6-month (with the
possibility of extension) commitment to the group.

Training and induction will be provided, and peer-professional support will be available pre
and post meetings to offer a safe(r) inclusive environment.