We're a UK charity committed to ending the abuse of women and marginalised people online. Through workshops, training, reports and programmes, we equip our intersectional community to become the digital citizens we need in the world today. From grassroots to systemic change, we advocate for an online world that is a safe space for all. Glitch was founded in 2017 by Seyi Akiwowo, a former politician and Digital Leader of The Year 2019.
We realise that we could miss out on incredible talent joining Glitch because someone might not see themselves in every single one of these criteria below. We know that women of colour are less likely to apply to a role if they don’t meet all criteria; if you think you could be great for this job, but aren’t entirely sure, please apply anyway.
The Senior Team Coordinator is a key role in supporting the Glitch team in achieving its development goals of 2021-22. This person will play a significant role in establishing Glitch as a sustainable charity. This role would suit someone able to multitask, have attention to details and is highly organised with the ability to manage competing priorities. Glitch is an ambitious charity that is developing and growing. We’re looking for somebody innovative, agile, proactive, extremely strong on processes and systems and open to develop and learn with the organisation.
The Senior Team Coordinator should have an understanding and passion for intersectional feminist values and be deeply committed to diversity and equality in society.
Employment type: Fixed term contract 12 months (extension subject to funding)
Salary: £24,000-£26,000 (£19,200-£20-800 pro rata, based on a 4-day a week), depending on experience. We're open to discussing flexible arrangements that would give you a work-life balance. Please note Glitch is a 4-day (30 hours) a week organisation.
Location: Remote working
Report to: Director of Operations
Manages: Occasionally manage volunteers
What you can expect: Our team’s mental health and wellbeing is a top priority. We aim to support creating an environment where everyone can bring their best selves by creating an open culture through regular check-ins, group meditation sessions and complimentary access to the She can. She did. benefits programme, including Vala Health support. You’ll also receive 28 days holiday pro-rata.
With our ambitious plans taking shape, it’s a very exciting time to join Glitch. You’ll be part of an organisation with national and international acclaim, helping support us in our future developments towards a safe internet for all.
Please only apply if you have the right to work in the UK.
Please attach your CV and 1 page cover letter along with answers to the 3 application questions below on page 2 of your cover letter.
Job Application Questions
What is your understanding of intersectionality and how it could shape team administration for a charity like Glitch? (250 words)
How did you determine the best way to delegate tasks in your last coordinator job? (200 words)
Provide an experience that demonstrates your ability to take initiative. What were the results? (250 words)
For successful applications, the first round of interviews with a short interview task will take place on w/c 7th June 2021.
Please provide a covering letter that explains why you are suitable for this role and why you want to work with Glitch with answers to our application questions. Please attach your CV and your 1 page cover letter along with the answers to the 3 application questions on the 2nd page of your cover letter. We will only consider applications that are accompanied by your answers to our 3 application questions.
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