As the Channel Islands equality and diversity charity, Liberate is committed to valuing diversity and seeks to provide its members, officers, employees and volunteers with the opportunity for employment, career and personal development on the basis of ability, qualifications and suitability for the work as well as your potential to be developed into the job/role.
Liberate will not tolerate discrimination against any person on grounds of race, colour, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy and maternity, marital status, parental status, caring responsibilities, age, disability, trade union membership, offending background or any other personal characteristic (the “listed characteristics”) whether in the field of recruitment, terms and conditions of employment, career progression, training, transfer or dismissal.
All employees, whether part-time, full-time or temporary, paid or unpaid, will be treated fairly and with respect. Selection for employment will be on the basis of aptitude and ability.
Liberate wants to ensure that no applicant receives less favourable treatment than another on the grounds of the listed characteristics. In order to meet this commitment, all candidates are asked to voluntarily complete an equality and diversity monitoring form before joining Liberate.
All completed monitoring forms are treated as confidential. The monitoring form is separated from the application form on receipt and those involved in the selection process do not have access to it. The information given by candidates will be solely used for the purpose of monitoring the recruitment process.
We welcome applications for paid or unpaid positions from those who identify as part of a minority group in Jersey.
We are currently recruiting for the following paid jobs:
We are currently recruiting for the following unpaid jobs:
Volunteer – HIV/AIDS Task Group
We are recruiting for individuals who would like to be part of the group tasked with researching the provision of support for islanders suffering from HIV/AIDS. You do not need to have medical training or experience, but you do need to be a good listener, have an interest in the subject and not be afraid to ask difficult questions.
The HIV/AIDS Task Group is new for 2018 and you would need to be available for meetings at various times during the year.
The role of a volunteer with the HIV/AIDS Group is not accompanied by any financial remuneration.
If you would like to be part of investigating how support is provided to this minority group in Jersey, please complete the application form below.
The main purpose of the role is to provide governance and oversight of Liberate (“the Charity”) and to act as an ambassador for the Charity.
A Member is expected to attend not less than six board meetings per year. They may also be expected to represent the Charity at various events and meetings with key stakeholders.
The Charity’s Members will serve a three-year term to be eligible for re-appointment at the end of that term.
The role of a Member is not accompanied by any financial remuneration.
Download the application form and equality and diversity monitoring form (Word doc) – it is the same form whether you are applying for a paid or unpaid position