Making Smoking History LGBT Programme Co-ordinator

LGBT Foundation is recruiting for a Making Smoking History LGBT Programme Co-ordinator.

Making Smoking History is Greater Manchester Combined Authority and Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership’s campaign to reduce smoking prevalence in Greater Manchester by a third by the end of 2021.

The post-holder will work with Greater Manchester Making Smoking History to ensure that the needs of LGBT smokers who are attempting to quit are included in provision of services, information and support across Greater Manchester.

To engage with local LGBT communities around issues relating to smoking, increasing knowledge and wellbeing and reducing isolation for LGBT people impacted by smoking through a variety of events, channels and formats.

  • To establish, chair and co-ordinate a co-production group to steer project planning and activity. 
  • To integrate the co-production group into the planning and delivery of all Making Smoking History campaigns and ensure representation of the co-production group at all Making Smoking History meetings.
  • To lead on the implementation of Sexual Orientation Monitoring and Trans Status Monitoring across all stop smoking services.
  • To work in partnership with Action on Smoking and Health for Smoking to develop best practice for LGBT inclusion in smoking cessation services, campaigns and local and national strategies.
  • To develop relationships with local Prides and develop and evaluate a Smoke-free Pride toolkit for use at pride events. 
  • To support development of LGBT inclusive educational resources. 
  • To demonstrate the impact of the programme, including report writing.

Applications for this role will close at 9am on Friday 26th April. 

We particularly welcome applicants who are from BAME (Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic) communities, trans* communities and those who are older (50+) as staff from these backgrounds are currently underrepresented in our organisation. 

* Trans is an umbrella and inclusive term used to describe people whose gender identity differs in some way from that which they were assigned at birth; including non-binary people, people who cross dress, and those who partially or incompletely identify with their sex assigned at birth.

​Please click here for more information and details of how to apply

Based in: 
Manchester • M1 3HF
United Kingdom
Job type: 
Part time
£23,353 per annum, pro rata (+10% pension)
Apply by: 
Friday, April 26. 2019 - 09:00


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