About the Charity
Citizens of Cyber was founded by dedicated Cyber Security Lecturers with decades of experience within the Digital and Cyber Security Sector.
The primary goal for Citizens of Cyber is to provide links across the cyber community and to engage with everyone, including children, parents, vulnerable adults and professionals, to help keep everyone safe online. The charity is continually working towards ensuring knowledge, resources and education are available to everyone.
About the Role
As a charity, we wouldn't be able to provide our services without the hard work of our volunteers. Volunteer opportunities will be advertised here and via our social media pages.
Responsible for ensuring the practices of Citizens of Cyber follow legal requirements by translating equality legislation in to practice;
Provide advice and guidance on equality and diversity issues;
Actively promote equality and diversity within Citizens of Cyber and the wider community;
Raise awareness of diversity issues both within schools/at events and within Citizens of Cyber;
Maintain an up-to-date knowledge of anti-discriminatory legislation;
Develop systems for reporting any incidents of discrimination and where required, respond to complaints and provide further information on options for complainants;
Present reports and recommendations for how best to comply with equality legislation;
Assist web teams in ensuring website is fully accessible; and
Report back to the CEO and Board on a regular basis.