Date Added: 13 October 2020
: 9 November 2020
Job Title: Head of Advocacy
Working For: Tax Justice UK
Salary: £41,347 (prorated to £33,078 per year, 4 days a week)
Tax Justice UK is building a movement for progressive tax reform. We have an extraordinary political moment to win significant tax reform in the wake of the coronavirus crisis. For the first time in decades substantial tax reform is on the agenda. Help us to win support for our campaign from senior government officials and politicians of all stripes.
We’re looking for an experienced political operative to lead our engagement with policymakers. You will have deep knowledge of how Westminster and Whitehall work. It is important that you have relationships with people from across parties. We need someone who is diplomatic, politically switched on and is comfortable building support for complex policy issues. You will be our fourth employee and so will have an opportunity to help a young organisation grow and achieve impact. This will mean getting involved in all aspects of the organisation, including strategy development, movement building, communications and keeping the organisation running.
You will help us to:
- build political support for tax reform
- shape a tax reform agenda
- support Tax Justice UK's growth
You will have:
- a track record of winning political change
- an ability to work with people from across the political spectrum
- experience of dealing with complicated policy issues
- the ability to thrive in a young organisation, where you will drive your own projects, as well as shape the organisation’s overall approach
This role is 4 days / 30 hours a week.
Tax Justice UK was incubated by the Tax Justice Network and launched as an independent organisation in 2017. Our work is supported by technical advisors, with backgrounds in law, academia and campaigns.
Closing Date: 9 November 2020
Closing time: 10am
To apply please send a CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. They should be no longer than 2 pages each
Due to limited resources, we will sadly be unable to get in touch with candidates who don't make the shortlist.