Location: Remote (can be based anywhere in the UK)

Salary: £32k pro rata

Hours: 3 days per week (Part time); 12 months FTC

Reporting to: KIN Executive Director

Manages: External Contractors & Facilitators

Application deadline: 9th December 2022

Start Date: Jan 2023


About KIN

Over the last five years KIN has created a hub of solidarity, thought and restoration for Black activists and organisers. Since our inception, KIN has established itself as a CIC, held two convenings, one national and one international, and in addition three local events. We have also created a partnership with the George Padmore Institute and produced two reports in collaboration with Runnymede Trust. KIN has built a community of Black Activists and Organisers who see KIN as a home for community, connection and important conversations.

Our vision is a thriving and sustainable movement for Black liberation in the UK, with healing, joy and international solidarity as its practice.


KIN Aims

  • Connecting and building: Connect Black organisers, activists, campaigners and educators across the UK and the world. To establish the development of meaningful collaborative relationships of material and emotional support. To provide a network for Black activists to convene remotely and share expertise. Centring and supporting the most communities marginalised within the Black activist space such as Black migrants.
  • Knowledge sharing and archiving: Curate and hold space for a network of Black activists to share and build knowledge. Archiving the thinking and analysis around our struggle against anti-Blackness. Creative collaborations. Offer peer to peer training and skillshares in various areas such as conflict & strategic thinking.
  • Healing and restoration: Connect people who can emotionally and materially support each other on their healing and learning journeys. Cultivate and develop a nurturing and restful practice for Black organisers and hold spaces which speak to that.



Over the next 12 months Kinfolk Network will be delivering a programme of events for the first time since its incorporation in 2020. The past year has been an incredible year of growth for KIN, in which our focus has been developing a sustainable infrastructure organisation; building out organisational infrastructure, policies, practices and processes for the long-term, in order to support our future connective work for Black liberation. This has included establishing governance, operations systems, a three year strategy, reconnecting with KIN’s network, finance, fundraising and planning our upcoming gatherings!

We are currently looking for a Network Coordinator with a working background in grassroot, CIC and /or charitable organisations to join our small team and help set up nourishing spaces that enable learning, sharing, connection, joy and dialogue for our network members.


Key Responsibilities:

  • Organising online and physical spaces for UK and International Audiences to Network.
  • Organising online and physical spaces for UK and International Audiences to connect with KIN.
  • Coordinating & supporting freelancers and facilitators for workshops, events and other offerings.
  • Supporting KIN Executive Director with expanding KIN’s partnership networks.
  • Supporting KIN Executive Director with ensuring ethical practices & relationships between KIN Audiences & Partners.
  • Supporting KIN Executive Director in creating, capturing and participating in KIN events and coordinating the creation of accessible learning materials.


*Please note: This is not an extensive list of duties, and the role will be shaped based on the needs of the organisation and network. We are a small, growing organisation and therefore the role may change following a “taking stock” 6-months review.*


About You

  • Must come from non-profit/charity backgrounds
  • Be able to resonate with Kin Network Aims to support the communities and community’s leaders
  • Be able to understand the importance of EDI and understand the qualities it plays in creating safer Black only spaces
  • Be able to coordinate and plan to centralise the voices of Kin Network’s audiences of delivery of various events.


We particularly encourage applicants of African or Caribbean descent, especially those who are from outside of London, or identify as disabled, queer, trans or as a person who has migrated.


Please apply via the button below. For a chat about the role, you can also reach out directly to Priscilla Ross in the Inclusive Recruiting team. Call 0203 397 8333 or email priscilla@inclusiverecruiting.co.uk.


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