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Frontline
WC1N, London
£36,000 per year plus competitive pension
We are recruiting for a passionate and motivated Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Advisor to work closely with participants of our Programme.
West London Zone
Notting Hill
From £35,000 depending on experience
Frontline
Multiple Locations
£45,000 (excl £3,000 London weighting) plus competitive pension
West London Zone
W10, London
Up to £25,000 per annum (depending on experience)
Frontline
Multiple Locations
£47,000 (+£3,000 London weighting) plus competitive pension
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WC1N, London
£36,000 per year plus competitive pension
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

The Equality Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Advisor is responsible for working closely with participants of the Frontline programme to identify any support they may need in response to their particular learning needs.

As the EDI Advisor you will explore what reasonable adjustments are needed (such as bespoke software, additional accessibility measures or targeted training) and then work proactively alongside our university/local authority partners and our training team, to make sure any changes are implemented quickly and with minimal disruption.

At Frontline we are committed to having a diverse mix of voices and perspectives represented in all our work and in this role, you would play a vital part in making this a reality. We are an ambitious organisation and are constantly looking to improve, your extensive knowledge of equality legislation and commitment to diversity and inclusion will support us to develop our knowledge, embed these principles at the heart of our programme and improve our participants experience.

The EDI Advisor will either join our Suitability team who work within our Programme Management team - the engine room of the Frontline programme delivery or our People team.

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Freedom and Responsibility (.pdf)
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At least half a million children in England don’t have a safe or stable home. These children and their families face some of the worst li... Read more

Refreshed on: 01 April 2020
Closing date: 08 April 2020
Tags: Human Resources,Social Work
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