Senior Community Organiser
Hours: Permanent, full-time (31.5 hours per week)
Location: London, Manchester, Birmingham, or any location with good transport links to the rest of the UK
Salary: £40,985, rising to £46,129 in 4 annual increments
Deadline: 9am on Monday 27 March
This is a unique role to support and build our growing network of groups campaigning to end the UK’s household crisis.
Over half of UK adults are either in debt or worried about falling into debt, and the cost of living crisis is only making this worse. Yet people in debt have little or no voice in the policy making spaces that could help them get out of debt.
Our Together Against Debt project aims to make sure the voices of people in debt are heard. We’ve already had some big wins, from campaigns to end Bailiff use, to dealing with energy debt.
We’re looking for an experienced Community Organiser with at least three years organising experience to strengthen existing groups and build new ones, taking our campaigns to the next level. You will be able to support a national network, be familiar with using organising tools such as 1:1’s, power mapping, outreach and engagement and be familiar with organising theory,
This is an exciting role at the front line of the cost-of-living crisis, building on work undertaken over the last two years, where groups have launched in London, Glasgow and Manchester. Working closely as part of our our small team, you will support groups to develop local campaigns, get involved in national campaigning, including media and advocacy work and build the power needed to win.
If you have any questions or want to know more, please get in touch.
For full details of the role and how to apply, please read the recruitment pack (.pdf), complete the application form (.docx) and equal opportunities monitoring form (.docx) and send them by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline for applications is 9am on Monday 27 March. Interviews will be held on Friday 31 March.