£14.00 - 16.50 per hour
020 7820 7307
4 months ago
6 Months, 6 Days
I am excited to be working with an amazing walking organisation recruiting a temporary part-time (3 day week) Campaigns and Public Affairs Coordinator. You will be responsible for coordinating the organisations campaigning activity both inside and outside track, with a focus on public affairs. This will include supporting the development of campaign plans targeting a range of audiences. In this exciting and varied role you will undertake a range of activities to support the charity's campaigns work including event coordination, producing campaigns materials, developing briefings and encouraging volunteers to support campaigns.
Main duties and responsibility:
Work with colleagues to plan and deliver focused campaigns that lead to policy change.
Creating campaign toolkits and materials to enable action to be taken nationally and locally.
Coordinate campaigns and public affairs events such as MP visits and hustings events.
Contribute to key Living Streets campaigns moments and events such as the National Walking Summit.
Develop resources that engage the organisations network of volunteers and volunteer groups, in support of local action and national policy change.
Supporting the development of our new campaigner fellowship.
Write and disseminate policy and campaigns briefings and materials aimed at decision makers and other key audiences.
Develop online campaign materials and web pages in conjunction with the wider team.
Work with external organisations and partners to seek support for campaigns.
Provide campaigns, policy and wider support to our membership base and our local groups.
Be an active contributor to the Policy and Communications team and attend team meetings.
Occasional out of office hours work will be required as will occasional travel within the UK.
Adhere to policies and procedures, working within communications and wider protocols, maintaining good liaison with other teams across the organisation.
Be an ambassador at public-facing events and in all dealings with partners, funders, wider stakeholders and the general public.
Champion the corporate brand, messages, campaigns and communications initiatives to raise the profile and impact of the charity.
Contribute to staff meetings and internal communications.
Support fellow staff and provide internal mentoring and training to others where appropriate.
Undertake other duties from time to time, as requested by the line manager/Department Director/Chief Executive.
If you have the above skills and experience and are immediately available, please apply online today!