Working with Equality Together

Equality Together started in 1979 as a group of 5 volunteers (Action Group for Disabled People) who, fed up of being discriminated against, united together to help educate and provide a platform for other disabled people in their communities.

We fight tirelessly for some of the most marginalised and deprived people in society, always striving to find a positive outcome in areas which may have previously seemed perilous and bleak. We work with people with complex disabilities and last year 35% of our service users were from Black and Mixed Ethnicity communities.

We believe everybody, regardless of any impairment or social status, should have the exact same access to and quality of life, that’s why we support the social model of disability and why our main objective is to support people to improve their lives by challenging disabling barriers.

If you share our vision, mission and values, take a look below at our current vacancies. Here you will be able to download an application pack. If you have any trouble downloading a pack, please email – we do not accept C.V applications.

Please send completed applications to

Part Time Project Worker

Alternative to Respite

Salary: £11.60 per hour

14 hours per week

Funded until 31.01.2024

EQUALITY TOGETHER, is a user-led disabled people’s charity seeking to recruit a Part Time Project Worker, this role reports directly to the Project Co-ordinator and plays a key role in the daily activity and delivery of our new and exciting venture “Alternatives to Respite”. Which aims to reach carers and individuals with direct lived experience (disabled people) to explore, plan and book “Alternatives to Respite” in terms of activities, trips, breaks and accessible holidays for when restrictions ease in relation to COVID-19 and beyond

You will need to have a flexible approach to working as part of the Alternatives to Respite Team and be able to work effectively in providing a “People Centred” service either on site or at community outreach facilities as and when required. You will need good computer, communication and interpersonal skills.

EQUALITY TOGETHER welcomes applicants from a diverse range of backgrounds.

Successful candidates will be required to undertake a full DBS check

An application pack can be either downloaded from our website or by making contact to:


Manningham Mills Community Centre

The Silk Warehouse |Lilycroft Road, Bradford | BD9 5BD

T: 01274 594173

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If you have any queries or would like to speak to someone further about this post, please ask to speak with Jill Griffiths (Operations Manager).

Interviews are scheduled to take place on Wednesday 24th February 2021

Person Specification
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Kickstart Trainee Retail Assistant

Salary: £6.45 – £8.72 per hour depending on the age of the successful candidate.

25 hours per week

*This job must be applied for via your Job Centre work coach*

To assist in the day to day running of the 1838 Thrift Shop to maximise sales and increase independent income for the organisation.

Key responsibilities include maximising sales by maintaining high standards of display and layout in the shop and shop windows, ensuring that stock density is maintained, regular rotation of stock is carried out and that maximum realistic prices are obtained on donated items.

Gift Aid is a vital source of income from donated goods and you should ensure that this is maximised when dealing with customers and donors, ensuring that excellent customer service is provided at all times. You should also ensure that high standards of cleanliness are maintained throughout the shop, including the sales floor, stock processing area and communal areas.

Person Specification
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