The Alliance for Inclusive Education (ALLFIE) is looking to recruit a Development Worker

Fixed term contract from September 2018 to March 2020

Salary £32,795 (including inner London weighting) per annum on a pro rata basis for 17.5 hours – £16,937

Inclusion Champions training

ALLFIE’s vision is ‘a world where inclusive education is a right not a struggle’. We campaign for the right of all Disabled pupils and students to be fully included in mainstream education, training and apprenticeships with all necessary supports. We also create the resources that people and organisations need to advocate for inclusive education, training and apprenticeships and to develop good inclusive education practice.

ALLFIE is looking to appoint a part time Development Worker to co-ordinate and run our Inclusion Champions project. The project is set out to strengthen the voice, advocacy and representation skills of Disabled Person-led Organisations (DPOs) and enable them to support young disabled people (YDP) and their families who want to be better included in schools/colleges and their communities. The project will support London based DPOs to build relationships between YDP/families to overcome existing barriers and find solutions together, resulting in greater levels of inclusivity. The project has already been set up and is in Phase 2 of its lifecycle.

ALLFIE is committed to equality and diversity of human rights. We welcome applications from applicants who have personal experience of disability, experience of working with Disabled people’s organisations and working knowledge of project development work. ALLFIE has flexible hours and working from home policy.

To apply please download the application pack:

Return your CV, supporting statement, the data consent and recruitment monitoring forms by e-mail to:

Closing date for applications: 5pm 31st August 2018.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.


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