Current Employment Opportunities

There are currently no vacancies for paid employment.

We are always looking for voluntary staff to help support us at the West Cliff. This can be as a member of our Front Of House Team, as a member of the Technical Crew, by working in our Charity Shop or by supporting us in other ways. If you would like to offer your time please email us with your details, skill set and any other information that you think is relevant to:

[email protected]


West Cliff Equal Opportunities and Diversity Strategy.


The West Cliff (Tendring) Trust is committed to ensuring that equality and diversity principles along with accessibility, inclusivity and respect underpin all areas of our organisation. The West Cliff continues to be a focal point for the local community, and we are determined to ensure that the valuable work we do and that the opportunities that are available, can be accessed by everyone.


The West Cliff is an equal opportunities employer. We aim to ensure that no job applicant or employee (be that paid or voluntary) receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of sex, race, colour, nationality, disability, ethnic origins, class, sexual orientation, gender re-assignment, age, marriage, civil partnership, political or religious belief. Applications from Deaf and disabled people are always welcome. Procedures, policies and criteria will be reviewed regularly to ensure that individuals are selected, promoted and treated based on their relevant merits.


We embrace diversity and will continue to encourage the core values we believe in; a rich diversity of backgrounds and experience are essential to our organisation. Through our inclusive Youth Group we will continue to encourage all levels of ability and provide a safe and supportive environment to allow our young people to grow, whilst offering them new experiences.

We will also continue to actively seek a broad spectrum of volunteers to help support the organisation, be that in a FOH position, working behind the scenes or by joining the Trust.


This remains our greatest challenge, but we will continue to identify new and exciting product that will help to attract new customers whilst maintaining the wonderful and loyal customer base we already have. We will seek to broaden our appeal and reach via marketing, social media and community-based functions. We will also continue to make our building and performances as accessible as possible whilst cultivating a friendly and welcoming environment for customers, staff and performers.


The Trust will continue to work to attract skilled, supportive and diverse members who are passionate about our core values and aims. We firmly believe that for the West Cliff to survive and thrive we MUST continue to evolve and grow as an organisation.


Some useful contacts:


Age UK
Aims to improve later life for everyone
Telephone: 0800 169 6565

Centre for Accessible Environments (CAE)
Provide information and training on the accessibility of the built environment for disabled people
Telephone/Textphone: 020 7840 0125

Gender Identity Research and Education Society (GIRES)
Provide a wide range of information for Trans people, their families and professionals who care for them
Telephone: 01372 801 554

Press for Change (PfC)
Campaigns to achieve equality and human rights for all Trans people in the UK
www.transequality.co.uk / www.pfc.org.uk
Telephone: 0161 432 1915

The Gender Trust
The UK’s largest charity working to support transsexual, gender dysphoric and transgender people or those who are affected by gender identity issues.
Telephone: 0845 231 0505

The UK’s leading lesbian, gay and bisexual charity
Telephone: 0800 050 2020


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