Glitch was born out of our frustration and ambition that tech companies and we as citizens can and should do better to create safe, inclusive online spaces. Over the last five years, we’ve worked tirelessly to place women’s online safety and digital citizenship on the map.
We’re a small-to-medium sized charity, building a knowledgeable and inclusive team that is creative, agile and dynamic. We’re values driven and aim to lead by example by being brave and committed to doing charity differently. Our work is focused around four key areas: Awareness, Advocacy, Action and Anchor.
We’re looking for someone to lead our “Action” strategy and work including overseeing our workshops, resources and events as well as developing our community building strategy. You would work closely with the Head of Communications and Public Fundraising to support community activation and tech accountability. You will also work closely with the COO and CEO to develop our relationships with corporates, universities, foundations and other charities to support the wider impact and sustainability of Glitch.
You will have experience of community building and have a good understanding of what this means in the context of Black feminist intersectionality, racial justice and gender based violence. You’ll also have experience of designing user journeys and will have the ability to engage, support and activate a community to take action. Strategic project management is a crucial part of the role as is building and delivering partnership work and programme design and implementation.
This is a full-time, remote role. We offer great flexible working conditions and a range of employee benefits including unlimited annual leave, generous employer pension contributions, enhanced family leave policies, an Employee Assistance Programme and a commitment to learning and development.
The current salary range for this role is £40,000 to £45,000. We are about to apply a pay award and, due to growth in funding and the team, we are anticipating a c.10% pay award. Therefore, the expected salary by the time the successful candidate commences in post would be £44,000 to £49,500.
We’re proud of the work we do to create a fairer and more just world. We are a diverse, intersectional organisation and welcome applications from candidates of all backgrounds.
You can view the full recruitment pack on our website. The closing date is Monday 13th February at noon.
If you’re excited to help shape the future of a growing and ambitious charity, we’d love to hear from you.