Protecting human rights in childbirth

Birthrights is growing! New part-time Engagement Director and Training Officer roles (deadline 8 Feb)

Thanks to new funding from Thirty Percy and Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, we are thrilled to be adding two new roles to our small but mighty team.

We need a creative, inspiring communicator and leader to be our first ever Engagement Director. You will head up a new engagement team, working alongside the Programmes Director who leads our advice, training and influencing. We have big ambitions to reach even more people who need us, improve the accessibility and inclusivity of our services, facilitate meaningful participation of women/birthing people across our work, and deepen relationships with existing supporters, campaigners, donors and volunteers.

For our new Training Officer, we need a strong team-player and self-starter to capitalise on the huge potential we see in our training offer, which we have not had the resource to do before. We are looking for someone who can bring their expertise and knowledge of developing and expanding training programmes in other charities or organisations and hit the ground running.

Both jobs are part-time (3 days a week) and can be worked super flexibly. We are a friendly, passionate bunch determined to champion human rights for everyone in pregnancy and childbirth.

If these roles sound like you, please check out the job descriptions below, which include details on how to apply. Deadline for both roles is noon on Monday 8 February. Any questions, drop us a line on info@birthrights.org.uk.

Engagement Director job description

Training Officer job description

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