We are looking for people to fill the following roles.

If you would like to apply for any of these positions, please contact us for more details. At this time, every single Wipe Out Transphobia member works as a volunteer. This includes our board. Any positions that we are looking to fill at this time will be on a voluntary basis.



Key Qualities:

• An understanding of Equality, Fairness, Inclusion and Human Rights with regard to gender diverse people.
• Demonstrable understanding of hate crime/incidents and transphobia and how this affects people’s lives.


We are looking to work with people who have an excellent knowledge of any language; to be able to work with our organisation to create truly accurate and worldwide content. We are keen to speak to people who have the ability to help us do this so that we may start to make our material as accessible as possible.

Area: Worldwide.


We are looking to take on a group of writers to help to populate our website with points of view, news articles, information and a varying range of gender diverse subjects. We are looking for people who can effectively highlight the hate and intolerance shown towards gender diverse communities and be able to provide alternative points of view to the frequent hate filled articles now appearing in the press and online. All credit will be given.

Area: Worldwide

Video Production

Wipe Out Transphobia will shortly be looking to create a range of videos for use on social media and at training sessions; videos that highlight the effects of transphobia and the ways in which it manifests. We are looking for creative individuals with a passion for this issue who will be able to work directly with the management board to create the finished product.

Area: UK



Currently we have no other volunteer or staff vacancies available.

This changes from time to time and as we grow. If you are interested in volunteering for us or offering services in anyway to help in the fight against transphobia and to raise awareness of it, please use the contact form to speak to us directly.