Jobs & Volunteering

Jobs & volunteer at Stop Hate UK


1. Job Vacancies


We are seeking to appoint a Helpline Operator to join our dedicated team.

Are you the experienced, flexible worker we need?

You will be responsible for providing support and advice to anyone affected by Hate Crime by telephone and electronic communication.  Excellent communication skills are essential along with good IT skills.

This is a home-based job, but the post holder must be prepared to travel to Leeds on a regular basis for training and support.

The following shifts are available: Tuesdays 6pm-10pm, Saturday 6pm-10pm and Sunday 2pm-6pm.

You can apply for one or both shifts.

Salary: £7.50/hr

For full details and to apply please download the following Application Pack documents and complete and return the Application Form to by 10am on Monday 17th April 2017:

Job Advert – Helpline operator

Application Form – Helpline Operator

General Info – Helpline Operator

Job Description – Helpline Operator

Closing date for this post is 10:00 on Monday 17th April 2017

If you have questions about the position after having downloaded the application pack, please contact 0113 293 5100 or


2. Trustee Positions

Stop Hate UK are looking for new trustees. If interested, please email to

3. Become a volunteer at Stop Hate UK

Thank you for your interest in volunteering for Stop Hate UK.

Stop Hate UK has the following opportunities:

Office-based volunteers in Leeds who have an interest in administration or awareness raising particularly around Faith Hate Crime.   For further details contact or complete the form below


Volunteers who are interested in challenging Hate in innovative ways who can attend training in Leeds or Portsmouth. For further details contact or complete the form below

New applicants for other volunteer positions can still complete the form but applications will be held with us until we plan to start another induction programme.

Volunteer Registration Form 2015

Would you like to offer direct support to victims of Hate Crime?

The volunteer helpline operator answers helpline phone calls, text messages, web chat and emails from victims of hate crime. You’ll receive full training, and you can volunteer from home and at any time of day.

Become a volunteer Stop Hate UK local representative:

Raise awareness of Hate Crime and the work of Stop Hate UK in your local area (town/city/community) and mobilize people to action.


Reps help us by:

  • Distributing Stop Hate UK promotional materials, posters, leaflets
  • Encouraging people locally to follow Stop Hate UK on Facebook, Twitter, email distribution lists, e-news
  • Attending and hosting local meetings and conferences relevant to Hate Crime
  • Spreading the word – organising an event, inviting a Stop Hate UK worker to speak at your community centre, faith group, workplace or club
  • Organising fundraising activities to support our work

Each rep brings their own unique flavour and personality to Stop Hate UK, which leaves you entirely free to make best use of your expertise and contacts.

Become a volunteer Stop Hate UK advocacy worker

Our volunteer advocates work with callers to the helpline to ensure they are receiving the right information and the right support as victims of Hate Crime.  Our advocacy work is done over the telephone, by email and letter and involves working with victims, families, carers and other professionals.

Scrutiny Panels

Get involved in scrutinising real life Hate Crime cases, and making recommendations about how the Police can investigate Hate Crimes better. Join our team on panels in Leeds or Sheffield or approach your local scrutiny panel.


We are also looking for volunteers to assist in our head office in Leeds and to support us in other ways depending on skills, experience and the needs of the organisation.


If you’d like to use your existing skills and experience to support our work, and can commit a few hours a week, complete this application form, or email for the attention of Stop Hate UK’s Volunteer and Helpline Operations Co-ordinator.