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Vacancies

CURRENTLY RECRUITING - full info and application packs are below.
Chair of Trustees (voluntary position) - to help us achieve our ambitious vision, we are seeking a new Chair to lead our committed and diverse Board of Trustees. Our Board comprises individuals from a range of sectors including corporate, education, and advocacy. We are looking for a dynamic and experienced professional to support our growing and exciting
new organisation for a minimum of two years. The successful candidate will be a passionate and goal-driven
leader who values self-care and has a growth mindset.
Senior Team Co-ordinator - this is a key role in supporting the Glitch team in achieving its development goals of 2021-22. This person will play a significant role in establishing Glitch as a sustainable charity. This role would suit someone able to multitask, have attention to details and is highly organised with the ability to manage competing priorities. This role is for someone who is keen to broaden their skills with operations and delivery as well as develop their  project management skills. We’re looking for somebody innovative, agile, proactive, extremely strong on processes and systems and open to develop and learn with the organisation.
Recruitment open Q&A replay now available! We held these sessions live online in August. Hear a short presentation about Glitch, the team, our work and our open roles (note: some deadlines have now passed - the open roles are detailed here). 
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Awareness

As part of the #DrawTheLine campaign, Glitch provided training to upskill the BT, EE & BT Sport teams to become good digital citizens. We helped to develop an algorithmic abuse tool to track the levels of abuse on Twitter, as well as shape new research which sadly confirms how increasingly unsafe our online spaces are.

Glitch x BT Sport Draw the Line: Spot. Report. Support.
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Advocacy

We are campaigning to ensure that online abuse against women, and its disproportionate impact on racialised and minoritised communities, is reflected in the Online Safety Bill.

Our Campaigns
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Action

Find out more about our workshops, consultancy and speaking.

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