The Race Equality Foundation is transforming public services across the UK, using evidence to improve the outcomes for communities experiencing discrimination and disadvantage. Our office and training centre is in London.

 

Communications and Influencing Manager

We are looking for an experienced media and communications professional who is passionate about tackling inequality. Driven, innovative and creative, you will plan, manage and implement a media and communications strategy to raise awareness of the persistence of racial inequalities and their consequences and the urgent need to implement solutions.  You will be working with the evidence-led Policy and Practice team to shine a light on health and care inequalities and ensuring the solutions we identify gain attention.  You will also grow understanding and take-up of our flagship Strengthening Families, Strengthening Communities Parenting Programme, which is leading good practice in supporting Black, Asian and minoritised ethnic families. 

If you have a desire to make a difference in a field of racial equality, this is the ideal role for you.

To apply please download the job information below and complete and submit application form with supporting statement to admin@racefound.org.uk.  Applications consisting of CVs will not be considered.

Closing date: Wednesday 13th March 2024, 12pm

Interviews: Wednesday 20th March 2024

 

Research Administrator

We are looking for someone who wants to use their developing administrative and research skills to tackle racism and inequality. Organised, methodical and curious, you will support the research and policy related work of the Foundation. From organising interviews and roundtable discussions, to facilitating online and in person meetings, and ensuring quality record keeping and data management; you will be crucial to the Foundation’s work in exploring the persistence of racial inequalities and their consequences and developing solutions. Key to the way we work are both intersectionality and participatory approaches that centre the voices of those with lived experience, and you will facilitate this in the projects you work on. You will support our dissemination activities to a range of audiences, and our relationships with stakeholders, including central and local government and our voluntary and community sector partners.

You will be working within the evidence-led Policy and Practice team and much of your work will focus on health and care inequalities. The Foundation has delivered change through a range of ground-breaking research and policy projects including the lived experience of Black, Asian and minority ethnic people, from the lives of young people with a disability to older people living with dementia, to the impact of climate change on minoritised communities.

If you have a desire to make a difference in a field of racial equality and want to develop your administration and research skills, this is the ideal role for you. 

To apply please download the job information below and complete and submit application form with supporting statement to admin@racefound.org.uk.  Applications consisting of CVs will not be considered.

Closing date: Friday 15th March 2024, 12pm. 

Interviews: Monday 25th March 2024.

 

Research Assistant

We are looking for someone who is passionate about research and wants to use their research skills to tackle racism and  inequality. Organised, reflective and inquisitive, you will play an active role in the research and policy related work of the Foundation. This will include exploring the persistence of racial inequalities and their consequences, identifying and highlighting  good practice and developing potential solutions. Key to the way we work are both intersectionality and participatory approaches that centre the voices of those with lived experience, and you will be central to implementing this in the projects you work on. You will also take an active role in disseminating our findings to a range of audiences, and developing and maintaining relationships with stakeholders, including central and local government and our voluntary and community sector partners.

You will be working within the evidence-led Policy and Practice team and much of your work will focus  on health and care inequalities. The Foundation has delivered change through a range of ground-breaking research and policy projects including the lived experience of Black, Asian and minority ethnic people, from the lives of young people with a disability to older people living with dementia, to the impact of climate change on minoritised communities.

If you have a desire to make a difference in a field of racial equality and want to develop your research skills, this is the ideal role for you. 

To apply please download the job information below and complete and submit application form with supporting statement to admin@racefound.org.uk.  Applications consisting of CVs will not be considered.

Closing date : Wednesday 20th March 2024, 12pm 

Interviews: Tuesday 26th March 2024.