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Bullying and Racism Advisor

Bullying and Racism Advisor

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    Office & Specialist Support, Compliance & Case Handling

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    £35000.00 - £38000.00 per annum + Pro-rata

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    Gemma Hannington

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    13 days ago

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TPP are supporting a Charity that works in the Film, TV and cinema sector to recruit a Bullying and Racism Advisor.

This would be 1 day / 7 hours per week. This would be a home based role.

The charity introduced a support Line in 2018, they have been on an exciting journey of change. They have joined industry partners at the forefront of the movement to make work better for everyone in the industry. As well as providing mental health and financial support and practical resources that are making a difference to thousands of people every year, they have committed to ensuring their services are relevant to and engaging with everyone in the industry, at every stage of their career, no matter what their background.

This has included a commitment to becoming an actively Anti-Racist organisation. This means an honest look at the charity, internal policies and all outputs going forward. They recognise the importance of long-term investment in this process as they make permanent, structural changes to ensure support is readily accessible to Black, Asian and minority ethnic people in the industry. They are also applying the same principles to other under-represented groups.

As the Bullying and Racism advisor you will provide information and support to callers to the Support Line's Tier 2 Bullying Advice Service. Though set up as an anti-bullying service, they are now expanding the service to incorporate supporting clients who wish to discuss current or past experiences of racism (whether interpersonal or structural), other forms of discrimination and bullying.

You will give callers a safe, confidential space to talk things through and connect them with mental health and well-being support services offered by the charity. You will help callers understand what their options are and what those options might look like in the caller's particular situation. To help the caller navigate their options for themselves and, where possible, make an informed decision about next steps.

You will contribute to the ongoing development of the bullying advice service, offering information, guidance and support to individuals in the UK film, TV and cinema industry. You will respond to callers who wish to discuss their experiences of racism (interpersonal or structural), and/or other forms of discrimination and bullying in the industry.

Do you have experience of managing complex issues and those of a sensitive nature?
Do you have experience of supporting clients experiencing issues involving racism and or demonstrable professional expertise in anti-racism work?
Do you have a deep understanding and/or lived experience of racism?
Do you have experience of handling complaints or adjudicating in a formal grievance process and/or mediating in a workplace dispute?

If you are interested in finding out more and would like a more detailed job description please get in touch now!

We want you to have every opportunity to demonstrate your skills, ability and potential; please contact us if you require any assistance or adjustment so that we can help with making the application process work for you.