Inclusion London is a leading disability equality organisation run by and for Deaf and Disabled people. We have built a national reputation for effective policy and campaign work and for providing innovative business and organisational support to local Deaf and Disabled people’s organisations (DDPOs) in London.
This is an exciting opportunity to apply and develop you research and data skills and knowledge to support Inclusion London’s work tackling hate crime against Disabled people. You will be:
• Developing, setting up and carrying out a range of research and data capturing work with DDPOs in London.
• Building relationships with DDPOs to develop their data and evidence gathering skills and capacity so DDPOs can provide the data needed to have an effective and collective voice on hate crime issues.
• Developing IL’s understanding and insights into the needs, challenges, and issues DDPOs working on Hate crime issues experience
• Working with the Hate Crime Partnership Manager on external relationships, events, and policy papers
You will have experience setting up and carrying out effective, accessible and easy to use data and evidence gathering; a good knowledge of data gathering quantitative and qualitative approaches and methodologies; experience of collating, writing up and presenting data gathered in an accessible and compelling way and experience of developing effective relationships across different sectors and with diverse audiences.
To Apply: Please click on the APPLY ON WEBSITE button below or above where you can access the application pack.
Salary: £30,000 per annum pro rata (actual salary £20,571 p.a)
Hours: 24 hours per week
Length of employment: 24 months fixed term contract
Conditions: Non-contributory pension 5%. 25 days annual leave pro rata plus Bank Holidays pro rata
Responsible to: Hate Crime Partnership Manager
Location: London, home-based and office-based (depending on Covid restrictions)
Closing date for applications: 9am Monday 25 January 2021
Candidates invited to interview will be informed by: Friday 29 January 2021
Interviews will take place via zoom on: Friday 12 February 2021
“Inclusion London is committed to equality, diversity and human rights. We welcome applications from Deaf or Disabled people from all sections of the community and particularly encourage applications from people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities and the LGBTQI community”
We support flexible working and large aspects of these jobs could be done remotely, however some travel to London to attend face-to -face meetings may be required depending on the Public Health advice.