Date Added: 23 November 2017
: 8 December 2017
Job Title: Editorial Assistant
Working For: Progress
Salary: £20,000 - £25,000 dependent on experience
To promote health debate in the Labour party through articles in Progress publications, speakers at local Labour meetings and the events work of Progress. In addition, to ensure the widest possible audience in the Labour party for the ideas suggest by Progress members and at Progress events.
- To work with the Deputy Editor on the commissioning of all forms of content for the Progress website and, from time to time, Progress magazine.
- Under direction from the Deputy Editor, to ensure the Progress website has new and regular content.
- Produce the daily e-bulletin and, on a weekly basis, the ‘Director’s cut’ e-bulletin.
- To promote content in the magazine and online to new and wider audiences where possible.
- To assist the Deputy Editor in implementing the organisation’s social media output.
- To assist with the production of other Progress publications.
- To maintain the Progress contacts database with key stakeholders.
- To assist the Deputy Director to generate advertising income for Progress magazine.
- To promote, maintain and administer the Progress speaker list.
- To keep the office tidy and oversee office administration, including ordering of stationery.
- To attend and assist at Progress events as required.
- To assist with wider organisation and office administrative work as required.
Closing Date: 8 December 2017
Interviews will take place on 13-19 December 2017.
To start as soon as possible.
Please send your CV and covering letter to Progress director Richard Angell: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Progress values equality and diversity, and welcomes applications from candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. The organisation would consider applications for job share arrangements and/or flexible working and is keen to encourage applications from groups not traditionally well represented in our political system.