South East Region County Campaign Organiser

The Green Party

  • Grade: Points 1 - 5 on GPEW Pay Scale
  • Salary: £22,475 to £24,327 per annum
  • Location: Home based with regular travel within the region
  • Closing: 9:00am, 27th Jun 2022 BST

Job Description

We are seeking a motivational individual to take a lead in recruiting volunteers, coordinating key campaign events, and working with the Kent teams to ensure the campaigns stay on track, in the first instance, 

You will be organised, a natural relationship builder, and motivated to deliver ambitious election campaigns in these areas. 

The role is full time and home-based.

Main Duties and Responsibilities

The successful candidates will assist election teams in the delivery of their election campaign. The principal activities required are to:

1)     Develop strong relationships with key activists and campaign leads in ward teams and work with them closely to deliver their election-winning campaigns.

2)     Engage and recruit volunteers into roles according to the needs of the campaign and particularly the ward teams, including through:

·       sending out regular emails

·       organising phone banks

·       holding 1:1 meetings with new volunteers

3)     Support new and existing volunteers to develop in their roles including through identifying support and training needs.

4)     Help to keep local party systems up to date, including campaign calendars and webpages.

5)     Supporting local parties to adopt, use and maintain organisational systems for recruiting, managing, and communicating with volunteers as well as organising effective volunteer activities.

6)     Mobilising volunteers to support key strategic target campaigns through a range of events, including regular campaign action days and volunteer engagement events.

7)     Supporting the local campaign organisers/managers with setting up the systems for streamlined literature production, delivery systems, door knocking and other campaign organising tools.

8)     Ensuring processes are in place for project management of production of literature.

9)     Support local teams to build and maintain systems that ensure campaign initiatives, such as data entry and delivery of monthly newsletters, are on track.

10)  Supporting fundraising campaigns led by the local party.

11)  Carry out any other reasonable tasks commensurate with the role.

Application process

Applications to be submitted by 9am on 27th June 2022. Interviews are expected to be held on 1st July 2022.

Please note that the Applied recruitment system is configured to ask a series of questions that will support shortlisting for this role. Each question is based on one or more of the attributes listed in the person specification and your answers will be scored based on how you demonstrate the attribute(s) that are relevant to the specific question being asked. The job description and person specification can be found at https://www.greenparty.org.uk/jobs/

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