Join our pool of Associate Trainers and help us to deliver our Schools and Training Programme across Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and surrounding areas. If you have previous experience of delivering training and knowledge of LGBTQ+ identities, apply today!
We aim to respond and advise whether we will be taking your application to the next stage within four weeks, however this may be delayed by periods of service closure at certain times of the year. The application process will also include: an interview, two references from those who have seen you train previously, and a DBS check.
If successful you will join our pool of Associate Trainers and be invited to deliver training on our behalf dependent on availability, geographical location and any specialisms. The Kite Trust cannot guarantee any number of hours being offered to Associate Trainers as availability of shifts is dependent on client demand.
The majority of training delivered in-person by The Kite Trust is in Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and surrounding areas, therefore Associate Trainers looking to deliver in-person should also reside within or close to this area. However, some training is delivered remotely using online platforms and therefore applications from prospective trainers further afield will also be accepted. If this is the case, please focus your application on your experience of delivering training over online platforms.
For further information please see the:
Please submit completed application forms to firstname.lastname@example.org via email.
We are looking for two or more new Trustees to join our Board.
We are looking for some skills and expertise, but we’re also looking to increase the diversity of representation of the Board too. We’d like to hear from people with:
• Safeguarding experience
• Communications experience
• Legal expertise
• Experience of using The Kite Trust services
We also would particularly encourage applications from those who are
under-represented on our board compared to our service users and local
communities including those who are:
• Trans, non-binary, gender diverse and gender questioning
• Disabled or living with a long term health condition
• South Asian
• Eastern European
• Gypsy, Roma or Traveller
All Trustees are expected to be an ambassador for the work of The Kite
Trust, which means being a proud advocate of LGBTQ+ rights and equality.
To find out more (including details of how to apply) download our recruitment pack here.
Youth Work Assistant (St Neots & Hunts)
Join our team of Youth Work Assistants and support our Youth Work Team to run groups and events across our Youth Work Programme.
We are looking for candidates who have availability in term time at the following times and locations on a regular basis:
Every other Tuesday 5.30-8.30pm, Huntingdon
Every other Monday 5.30-8.30pm, St Neots
Occasional Fridays and Mondays 5.30pm – 8.30pm at a variety of locations across the county
Other shifts will be available to support residentials and events, so additional availability is advantageous but not essential.
Please also see our volunteering page for more information about volunteer roles with The Kite Trust.