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Find out about the latest job vacancies with the LGBT Foundation

LGBT Foundation is a Disability Confident Committed Employer and is an Investors in People accredited organisation. We welcome applications from everyone irrespective of sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, ethnicity, faith and religion, disability and age, but, as ethnic minority groups, members of the trans community and religious and faith groups are currently under-represented across the organisation, we would encourage applications from members of these groups. Appointment will be based on merit alone.

Director of Operations

We are looking for a confident, pragmatic and inspiring people person to become our next Director of Operations. Someone with a positive, solutions focused attitude to problem solving and an ability to juggle competing priorities


LGBT Foundation is an impactful, vibrant charity with a wide portfolio of well-established services and rapidly developing new initiatives aimed at meeting the needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people. Our national influence and visibility continue to grow, alongside our internal drive to live our values as well as embed anti-racism and inclusion into our organisation. We are looking for an exceptional Director of Operations to ensure the smooth running of our charity on a day-to-day basis and provide strategic leadership for the services and inclusion work delivered by LGBT Foundation and the staff and systems through which the charity operates.

The central focus of this role is to implement and deliver our 3 Year Business Plan. This role will also ensure that LGBT Foundation has the best working environment and processes possible. Responsibilities of the role will include:

  • Oversee the implementation of our 3 Year Business Plan.
  • Utilise effective Project Management techniques and excellent leadership skills to maintain organisational focus upon achieving project deadlines.
  • Oversee the implementation of our People Strategy.
  • Ensure HR and operational policies and procedures are fit for purpose and adhered to
  • The strategic overview of all services and programmes
  • Lead on evidence-based planning, ensuring appropriate project management systems are in place and ensure LGBT communities are at the heart of everything we do
  • Support LGBT Foundation’s governance structures and the efficient and effective functioning of the charity and business

Please see attached the recruitment pack more information and how to apply.

We particularly welcome applicants who identify as a Person of Colour, trans and/or that people aged 50+ as staff from these backgrounds are currently underrepresented in our organisation.

* Trans is an umbrella and inclusive term used to describe people whose gender identity is different in some way from the gender they were assigned at birth; including non-binary people, cross dressers and all those who partially or incompletely identify with their sex assigned at birth.

As an organisation we follow a hybrid method of working. As a result, colleagues work from home and also our centre in Manchester. Due to the nature of this role, there will be an expectation for at least a weekly presence within our Centre in Manchester. A commute would need to be self-funded so please bear this in mind if you don't live locally. We are open to flexible home working if you are using gender identity services and therefore have regular appointments.

Job Title: Director of Operations
Salary: £59,115 (+10% pension)
Reporting to: Deputy Chief Executive
Accountable to: Chief Executive

Closing Date: Monday, 18th July 2022 - 9am
Interviews: Wednesday 27th July 2022

Equal Ops Form (0.1MB) Job Application Form 1 (0.1MB) Job Application Form 2 (0.2MB) Recruitment Pack (2.3MB)

Closing Date: Monday 18th July 2022 Interview Date: Wednesday 27th July 2022 00:00

HR Advisor

Do you have a passion for People, Inclusion and Equality? Apply today to become our next HR Advisor


LGBT Foundation is an impactful, vibrant charity with a wide portfolio of well-established services and rapidly developing new initiatives aimed at meeting the needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people.

We are looking for a HR Advisor to support in providing advice, guidance and clarity for all colleagues on various HR and recruitment systems and processes, ensuring that LGBT Foundation has the best working environment and processes possible.

This will be done by:

  • Helping to implement the people strategy.
  • Ensuring HR and operational policies and procedures are fit for purpose and adhered to by all colleagues.
  • Provide robust and bespoke HR advice to all levels within the organisation.
  • Assisting to ensure that the organisations training and development aims are delivered.
  • Continuously oversee our recruitment processes and work alongside colleagues and line managers to ensure best practice when it comes to fair and inclusive recruitment in line with the organisation’s diversity targets and employment law.
  • Work alongside the OD Manager to implement EDI and HR related OD interventions and initiatives across the organisation.
  • To build and maintain positive relationships, both internally and externally.
  • Assisting with the research implementation and enhancement of existing and new HR and recruitment systems.

We particularly welcome applicants who identify as a Person of Colour, trans and/or that people aged 50+ as staff from these backgrounds are currently underrepresented in our organisation.

* Trans is an umbrella & inclusive term used to describe people whose gender identity differs in some way from that which they were assigned at birth; including non-binary people, cross dressers and those who partially or incompletely identify with their sex assigned at birth.

As an organisation we follow a hybrid method of working. As a result, colleagues work mainly from home and at our centre in Manchester. Due to the nature of this role, there will be an expectation for at least a weekly presence within our centre in Manchester. A commute would need to be self-funded so please bear this in mind if you don't live locally. If you have any queries, please contact [email protected].

Salary: £28,412 (+10% Pension)
Special Terms: Permanent – Full-Time
Reporting to: Head of People and OD
Accountable for: Volunteers

Closing Date: Tuesday, 28th June 2022 - 9am
Interviews: Friday, 8th July 2022

Equal Ops Form (0.1MB) Job Application Form 1 (0.1MB) Job Application Form 2 (0.2MB) Recruitment Pack (1.7MB)

Closing Date: Monday 27th June 2022 Interview Date: Friday 8th July 2022 00:00

Sexual Health Officer

If you're a confident communicator with a passion for sexual health and wellbeing, apply now to be our new Sexual Health Officer!


LGBT Foundation is an impactful, vibrant charity with a wide portfolio of well-established services and rapidly developing new initiatives aimed at meeting the needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people.

We are currently looking for a Sexual Health Officer. This role will be overseen by the Sexual Health Manager and will be responsible for delivery towards KPIs on our ‘HIVe’ contract. Working closely with partners within the PaSH partnership (BHA for Equality, George House Trust), you will coordinate development of Greater Manchester sexual health prevention and testing pathways, ensuring that cross-sector working is promoted.

Key Deliverables of the role:

  • You will co-produce sexual health resources for key populations including men who have sex with men, trans people, and LGBT people with learning difficulties, ensuring a range of voices are able to contribute.
  • You will create resources to support employers across Greater Manchester to eliminate HIV stigma in the workplace.
  • You will ensure that relevant activity, performance and monitoring data is kept up to date on our central management system (CMS), producing reports as and when requested.

The Sexual Health Officer will work closely with the Sexual Health Testing Coordinator to ensure that testing kits funded by HIVe are distributed in the most effective and appropriate way. Furthermore, they will work with the Sexual Health Community Engagement Coordinator to promote engagement with sexual health services and increase sexual health knowledge.

We particularly welcome applicants who identify as a Person of Colour, trans and/or that people aged 50+ as staff from these backgrounds are currently underrepresented in our organisation.

* Trans is an umbrella & inclusive term used to describe people whose gender identity differs in some way from that which they were assigned at birth; including non-binary people, cross dressers and those who partially or incompletely identify with their sex assigned at birth.

Salary: £20,960 (+10% Pension)
Special Terms: Full-time, Fixed Term until 31st March 2023
Reporting to: Sexual Health Manager
Accountable for: Volunteers, Sessional Workers

Closing Date: Tuesday, 5th July, 2022 - 9am
Interviews: Friday, 15th July 2022

Job Application 1 (0.1MB) Job Application 2 (0.2MB) Equal Opps Form (0.1MB) Recruitment Pack & Job Description (2.0MB)

Closing Date: Tuesday 5th July 2022 Interview Date: Friday 15th July 2022 00:00

Domestic Abuse Officer (2 Roles)

We are seeking 2 empathetic and proactive individuals to join us as part-time Domestic Abuse Officers!


LGBT Foundation is looking for 2 part-time Domestic Abuse Officers to join our LGBT+ specific Domestic Abuse project. The Domestic Abuse Officers will work with the wider team to provide a coordinated package of support to LGBT+ people affected by Domestic Abuse, who:

  • Are in need of emotional support and practical advice;
  • Are in need of emergency housing, including dispersed accommodation;
  • Require support to establish and maintain longer-term housing options after moving from emergency accommodation;
  • Are already living in the community and require accommodation support.

Each Domestic Abuse Officer will focus on two different areas of the service; Outreach & Resettlement, and Casework & Delivery.

The Domestic Abuse Officer – Outreach & Resettlement will support a caseload of clients in dispersed accommodation who require ongoing practical advice and resettlement support.

The Domestic Abuse Officer - Casework & Delivery will support an agreed caseload of clients who need practical advice and emotional support, as well as making the relevant referrals for accommodation. They will support the Domestic Abuse Coordinator in delivery of groups for clients affected by Domestic Abuse.

Both roles will support work with existing Domestic Abuse services to increase awareness of LGBT+ people’s experiences and needs, through partnership working and networking.

More details about each role can be found in the attached Recruitment Pack! You can choose to apply for one of the roles, or both- please select which you are applying for in the Part 2 Application Form.

We particularly welcome applicants who identify as a Person of Colour, trans and/or that people aged 50+ as staff from these backgrounds are currently underrepresented in our organisation.

* Trans is an umbrella & inclusive term used to describe people whose gender identity differs in some way from that which they were assigned at birth; including non-binary people, cross dressers and those who partially or incompletely identify with their sex assigned at birth.

Salary: £20,960 (+10% Pension)
Special Terms: Part-time (0.5FTE), Fixed Term until 30th September 2022 (subject to continuation of funding)
Reporting to: Domestic Abuse Programme Manager OR Domestic Abuse Coordinator
Accountable for: Volunteers

Closing Date: Wednesday, 6th July, 2022 - 9am
Interviews: TBC

Recruitment Pack & Job Description (2.0MB) Job Application 1 (0.1MB) Job Application 2 (0.2MB) Equal Opps Form (0.1MB)

Closing Date: Wednesday 6th July 2022 Interview Date: Not specified

Indigo Speech and Language Therapist

Indigo Gender Service are looking for a Band 5 Speech and Language Therapist (SLT) to join the team!


LGBT Foundation is an impactful, vibrant charity with a wide portfolio of well-established services and rapidly developing new initiatives aimed at meeting the needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people.

Indigo launched in December 2020 and continues to deliver safe, timely and affirmative health care to our service users as part of our mission to support trans and non-binary people to thrive. As our number of service users grows, so does our team. We are looking to recruit to our team to support this growth!

We are seeking an SLT to work as part of the Indigo Gender Service in Greater Manchester. Indigo Gender Service is an NHS commissioned Primary Care Service for trans and non-binary people in Greater Manchester. They will deliver a service in partnership with trans and gender diverse people to explore voice and communication and how best to support and facilitate the development of authentic voice.

The post-holder will be culturally competent in LGBTQIAA+ culture and have a good awareness of equality, diversity, and inclusion. The service is delivered to meet the needs of service users and a strong co-production ethic is valued. In collaboration with the Lead Consultant Speech and Language Therapist, the Developing Specialist Speech and Language Therapist and the multi-disciplinary team, the post holder will assess, treat and manage their own caseload as well as collaborating with others on the team to deliver speech and language therapy services. The post holder will contribute to the development, implementation, monitoring and adjustment of a care pathway for this new community-based and service user-focused service.

Please see attached the recruitment pack more information and how to apply.

We particularly welcome applicants who identify as a Person of Colour, trans and/or that people aged 50+ as staff from these backgrounds are currently underrepresented in our organisation.

* Trans is an umbrella & inclusive term used to describe people whose gender identity differs in some way from that which they were assigned at birth; including non-binary people, cross dressers and those who partially or incompletely identify with their sex assigned at birth.


Salary: £26,808 (+10% Pension)

Special Terms: Full-time, Fixed Term until 30th November 2023

Reporting to: Indigo Service Lead & Lead Consultant Speech and Language Therapist


Closing Date: Wednesday, 13th July 2022 - 9am
Interviews: Friday, 22nd July 2022

Recruitment Pack & Job Description (2.2MB) Job Application 1 (0.1MB) Job Application 2 (0.2MB) Equal Opps Form (0.1MB)

Closing Date: Wednesday 13th July 2022 Interview Date: Friday 22th July 2022 00:00

Pride in Practice Sessional Trainer

If you are friendly and outgoing, passionate about LGBTQ+ inclusion, and a confident trainer/facilitator then join us as a Pride in Practice Sessional Worker!


LGBT Foundation is an impactful, vibrant charity with a wide portfolio of well-established services and rapidly developing new initiatives aimed at meeting the needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people.

We are looking for bank Pride in Practice Sessional Workers to join our team. If you are friendly and outgoing, passionate about lesbian, gay, bi, trans, queer and questioning + (LGBTQ+) inclusion, and a confident trainer/facilitator then we’d love to hear from you!

We are particularly seeking trainers in the North East of England.

Pride in Practice is a model for change that utilises strength-based approaches to improve primary care services for LGBTQ+ people. This model brings together the lived experience of LGBTQ+ people, best practice guidelines, and community assets to initiate meaningful and sustainable change.

The Pride in Practice quality assurance service works to strengthen and develop primary care services’ relationships with their LGBTQ+ patients within their local community. Primary care services have the opportunity to achieve a Bronze, Silver or Gold accreditation for excellence in LGBT healthcare.

The post-holder will work as a team of enthusiastic and dedicated account managers working with GP practices, pharmacies, dental practices and optometrists nationally to ensure delivery of Pride in Practice.

The post holder will:

  • Deliver onsite and remote training sessions for primary care staff and other healthcare professionals.
  • Provide support to primary care services to help them become more inclusive of the health needs of LGBT communities.
  • Work with the Pride in Practice team to inspire primary care services to engage with Pride in Practice.
  • Support primary care staff to reflect on their service delivery and implement Pride in Practice’s best practice model for inclusive service delivery to LGBT patients.
  • Build and maintain positive relationships, both internally and externally.
  • Ensure ongoing excellence in the delivery of Pride in Practice.

Please read the Recruitment Pack for more info on the role and how to apply!

We particularly welcome applicants who identify as a Person of Colour, trans and/or that people aged 50+ as staff from these backgrounds are currently underrepresented in our organisation.

* Trans is an umbrella & inclusive term used to describe people whose gender identity differs in some way from that which they were assigned at birth; including non-binary people, cross dressers and those who partially or incompletely identify with their sex assigned at birth.


Salary: £13.72 per hour

Special Terms: Sessional work, no set hours per week

Reporting to: Pride in Practice Coordinators and Managers

Closing Date: Tuesday 26th July 2022 - 9am
Interviews: Thursday 4th August 2022 (TBC)

Recruitment Pack & Job Description (2.0MB) Job Application 1 (0.1MB) Job Application 2 (0.2MB) Equal Opps Form (0.1MB)

Closing Date: Tuesday 26th July 2022 Interview Date: Thursday 4th August 2022 00:00