All vacancies with Northumberland Pride will be listed here and may also be listed on external websites. If you have any questions please email


Kickstart Scheme (last updated 26/09/2021)

Northumberland Pride is recruiting for one new role as part of the governments Kickstart programme.

This role is for 1 Development Worker. This is a 25 hour per week for 6 months and meets the national minimum wage. Our Kickstarters are supported in their career development in part through a development programme led by the gateway NE Youth.

You must be aged 16-24, and meet certain criteria set by the Department for Work & Pensions. If you are intersted in applying for this role, in the first instance you should speak to your Work Coach who will guide you in to how to apply for these two roles and the requirements.


Northumberland Pride are always looking for volunteers to get involved in the various aspects of our work.

If you are interested, please email for an informal discussion.

Equal Opportunities Monitoring

Northumberland Pride is committed to equal opportunities and it’s important to us that we see this is our people, whether as a paid member of staff, contractor or volunteer.

So that we can build and maintain a culture that is inclusive, that represents the communities we serve we ask that if you apply for a role with us that you complete the form below. Doing so will provide valuable insight into how we’re doing in attracting, recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce.

We only use this information for monitoring and reporting. We know it’s important to keep personal data safe and any information we hold will be stored securely and we keep this monitoring data separate so no one can personally identify applicants.

Are you trans or do you have a trans history?
Which of the following best describes your sexual orientation?
Do you identify as a disabled person, or as having a long term health condition?
Which best describes your ethnicity?
What is your religion?
It is important that our organisation represents the people who we serve and so we are interested in developing our understanding of the social class origins of those interested in working with us.
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