Date Added: 22 July 2020
: 24 August 2020
Job Title: Campaigner
Working For: We Own It
Salary: £28,504 pro rata (£22,803 for 4 days a week)
We Own It is a not-for-profit organisation which makes the case against privatisation and for public ownership. We believe people's lives would be better if the needs of communities came before profit for shareholders.
We show that public ownership is needed across public services, from railways to water, from care work to the NHS. We campaign to win victories against privatisation and share our message online and in the media.
We Own It is a small organisation (five members of staff) with a big mission. You'll get to work at the heart of a dynamic campaigning organisation, help it grow and develop your skills.
We're looking for an enthusiastic, organised Campaigner to work 4 days a week, developing strategic campaigns and making the case for public ownership. You’ll need to be highly self-motivated and willing to drive forward campaigns at every stage to win victories. You'll have the opportunity to lead on campaigns you're passionate about and come up with new ideas.
We're looking for someone with excellent communication skills, who will enjoy building relationships to boost our supporter base, networks and impact. You'll also need to be happy to carry out a variety of basic tasks and be flexible about your role.
Closing Date: 24 August 2020
Interviews by zoom: Tuesday 8th September
Potential in person meeting in Oxford: Wednesday 9th September
Start date: asap after interviews
Read the job description here https://weownit.org.uk/about/work-with-us
Please send applications by email to email@example.com including:
- A covering letter explaining why you’re interested in the role and how you meet the person specification, giving examples where possible
- Your CV
- A piece of your own writing that you're proud of
- The names and contact details of two referees
We encourage applications from women; black, Asian and minority ethnic people; people
who identify as having a disability; people from the LGBT+ community; and people from
working class backgrounds.