Date Added: 5 January 2022
: 18 January 2022
Job Title: Membership and Campaigns Coordinator (Scotland)
Working For: European Movement UK
Location: Scotland (home-based)
Salary: £25,000 FTE (£15,000 pro-rata)
Length of Contract: 1 year with a possibility of extension
ABOUT THE ROLE
We are looking for a Scotland based coordinator who can drive a growth in membership, campaign activity, and engagement across Scotland working alongside our partner organisation European Movement in Scotland.
We are looking for candidates with a record of successfully developing and implementing local campaigns, managing volunteers in a campaign setting, and of delivering local communication that works with a local audience. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter, with the ability to take the initiative, sound political judgement, and knowledge of the issues facing both Scotland and the wider UK following Brexit.
Reporting to the Director of Partnerships and Engagement at the European Movement UK, and working alongside the European Movement in Scotland, the role will be central to the following critical areas.
- Driving a growth in membership of the European Movement UK and European Movement in Scotland
- Planning and delivering targeted local campaigns across Scotland
- Working with, and supporting, the European Movement in Scotland's network of local groups
- To drive growth and engagement with the European Movement UK and European Movement in Scotland - online and locally
This role is home based. The successful applicant will need to be based in Scotland, and be able to travel to meetings and campaign events across Scotland.
This role is part time (3 days per week) with flexibility about how these hours are distributed.
The European Movement UK is a cross-party organisation working to benefit the UK through a stronger trade and cultural relationship with the EU. We are powered by more than 13,000 members, 160,000 supporters, 120+ local groups, and our strong networks in Westminster and communities throughout the UK.
Post-Brexit our organisation is growing fast, and building bridges with the rest of Europe is more important than ever. As the government negotiates new trade deals around the world, we will play a critical role in protecting the standards we currently enjoy – from environmental and food welfare standards, to workers’ rights.
DIRECT APPLICATIONS ONLY - NO AGENCIES
Closing Date: 18 January 2022
Interviews are expected to take place the week beginning 24 January 2022 (exact days TBC - please specifiy availability in your application)
NB: Applications close at 9am on the date specified
To apply for this role please visit the following page and click on the relevant role:
You will need to submit a CV and covering letter to the e-mail address specified on the application page, with full information about the role and application process beinf found on the page.