Date Added: 8 May 2019
: 28 May 2019
Job Title: Campaign Manager
Working For: The Green Party of England & Wales
Salary: £36,189-£41,570 (Points 29 to 36 on the GPEW salary scale)
London Green Party is recruiting a Campaign Manager to develop and oversee the implementation of its campaign strategy for the 2020 Mayoral & Assembly Elections. The Green Party finished third at both previous elections in 2016 and 2012, providing a strong base on which to grow and providing an exciting opportunity to help us achieve our best result yet. The post holder will manage a small team of staff and a range of projects across publications, press, fundraising and other elections activities, working closely with the candidate for Mayor and lead Assembly candidates, liaising effectively with Green Party national office staff and local party officers; and reporting to the officers of the London Green Party.
- Lead on the development of a comprehensive campaign plan in line with our broader electoral strategy, and its implementation within agreed timelines with a view to increasing vote share on the 2020 London Assembly ballot.
- Manage a team of staff and volunteers, liaising with key stakeholders including but not limited to those listed above.
- Work within agreed budgets, acting and managing resources effectively in accordance with the Party’s philosophy, and organisational policies & procedures
- Effectively monitor and report on progress against strategic plans, providing fair warning of any issues and proposed mitigation strategies
Closing Date: 28 May 2019
Interviews to be held on 4-5 June, with a start date as soon as is possible for the successful candidate.
Please email your completed application form and Equal Opportunity Monitoring form (found on www.greenparty.org.uk/jobs) to firstname.lastname@example.org
Because of the high number of applications for paid positions we do not accept unsolicited CVs or cover letters, and we unfortunately are not in a position to respond to unsuccessful candidates, or provide detailed feedback on written applications. If you have not been contacted by HR within 2 weeks of the application deadline, please assume that on this occasion you have not been successful in being offered an interview.