Equal Opportunities

Cubitt is an Equal Opportunities employer. We promote cultural diversity and welcome applications from all sectors of the community.

Cubitt’s role in London is to present in the gallery the work of artists and other practitioners, to provide studios for artists, and to represent and provide services for people interested in the visual arts. A clear belief in equality of opportunity is intrinsic to the proper achievement of these aims. Our Equal Opportunities Policy provides the framework for developing strategies and procedures that will enable members, management committee and employees to eliminate direct and indirect discrimination in decision making, employment practice and service provision. Equal Opportunities means access to jobs, services and information. To facilitate this policy requires that the group recognises and respects cultural, religious and artistic diversity.

Equal Opportunities Statement

We will not discriminate against staff, members, eligible applicants for posts and eligible applicants for membership on the grounds of gender, marital status, race, colour, nationality, ethnic background, national origin, religion, disability or age.

Every possible step will be taken to ensure that staff and members of the group are treated equally and fairly and that decisions on recruitment of staff, selection of members, training, promotion and career management are based solely on objective and job related criteria. We seek to encourage underrepresented groups to apply for employment or membership with Cubitt.

We will actively pursue arrangements for flexible working patterns and are committed to creating a culture where individual differences are valued and respected.

Cubitt will not tolerate any form of discrimination, harassment or victimisation. We are committed to providing a working environment where no one is disadvantaged. We will take disciplinary action against any member of staff or artist member who discriminates against others on grounds of gender or sexual orientation, race or ethnic background, religious belief or political opinion, disability or age.

All members and staff are required to co-operate in making this policy work effectively. It is the collective duty of Cubitt members to ensure fairness toward other members, employees, exhibitors, audiences, and participants in events. We expect all members and staff to promote equality within the group and in the service that the gallery provides to our exhibitors and other participants.

We will monitor and review or Equal Opportunities Policy as well as our Disability and Race Equality Action Plans regularly to ensure that aims and objectives are pursued.

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