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Camden Town, Greater London (Hybrid)
£61,755 per year (FTE), pro rata £55,580 (0.9 FTE)
Part-time (4.5 days per week)
Contract (12 months)
Job description

Are you someone with a passion for campaigns, flair for organisational leadership and a commitment to climate justice? Are you inspired by the challenge of ensuring climate action improves lives, builds consensus and addresses inequality? Do you recognise the power of narrative and framing to win on the big ideas we need to shape the future?

If so, we’d love to hear from you.

As our Interim co-director: campaigns & communications you’ll support and oversee a team of talented campaigners and communicators delivering our vision of a zero carbon Britain built by, and for, everyone. You’ll lend your strategic expertise to ensure that our mission of inspiring people to take the action the climate crisis demands is fine tuned to the real opportunities and challenges that surround us. You’ll contribute your creativity to translating climate urgency into socially just and workable proposals the public can get behind - and get stuck into. And you’ll bring your expertise in organisational leadership to bear on our collective leadership model, responding to an ever shifting context while contributing to our strategic development.

You’ll oversee all of our campaigns work - directly supporting our campaigns Heads of roles - as well as supporting our Head of communications to tell the story of our work and build our audiences. You’ll coordinate our campaign development processes, provide support to staff building new work and lead on innovation of your own to help deliver our organisational strategy. You’ll have overall responsibility for ensuring we have a sufficient pipeline of project funding, and contribute to securing vital core funding too. Sitting alongside the Co-director: strategic development you’ll take the day to day decisions needed to keep Possible moving, and report to and engage with our excellent board of trustees. And you’ll ensure that our organisational culture and values, of which we’re proud, are lived and respected in everything we do.

This interim role is designed to cover a 12 month parental leave period, and will join during a period of wider organisational change. This creates opportunities for impact, but presents challenges too. You’ll therefore be someone who is comfortable working within organisational change, is able to adapt quickly to new circumstances, take initiative - and sees themselves as a team player.

The role sits within a collaborative leadership team, comprising two Co-directors until July 2025, and three from July-November 2025 (due to a Co-director returning from sabbatical). The Co-directors are jointly responsible for the strategic, efficient, sustainable and impactful running - and development - of the organisation, with each being assigned specific areas of accountability across key functions.

About Possible

Our values Daring, Joy and Community guide our actions and our organisational culture. Here at Possible, we have a vision for a zero carbon Britain that has been built by and belongs to everybody. Our mission is to inspire people in the UK to take the action the climate crisis demands.

At Possible, we create, build, and share ways people can take meaningful action on climate change. Combining personal and local actions into larger systemic change, we face climate dread with a can-do attitude and sense of fun. 

We have made a commitment to make Possible an anti-oppressive place to work. We’re doing the work to undo inequalities and oppressive systems reflected in wider society. We are an inclusive and welcoming group that wants our team mates and the communities we work with to be able to thrive.

We believe that our team and our projects should reflect the diversity of the communities they seek to serve. We particularly welcome applications from marginalised groups, especially people of colour and other ethnic minorities, people who identify as LGBTQIA, disabled people, those who are neurodivergent, people who have experienced mental health challenges and those who identify as working class or have done so in the past.

Benefits

  • 35 hour full time work week.

  • Flexitime and TOIL.

  • 33 days paid holidays including bank holidays (pro-rata) and additionally three days at Christmas when the office is shut.

  • Employer pension contribution. 

  • Flexible working considered from day one.

  • Learning and development plans and budget for all staff.

  • Generous sick leave and pay, including paid time off for periods and menopause, gender affirming care, fertility treatment and disability leave.

  • Good parental leave and pay and family friendly policies and practices.

  • Up to one week (FTE) paid carer days.

  • Paid volunteer and study leave.

  • Cycle to work scheme.

  • Climate Perks - paid journey days for low carbon holiday travel.

  • Headspace account (mindfulness and meditation app).

  • Options to work remotely abroad.

  • Employee assistance programme that includes free counselling sessions and financial advice for you and your family.

  • A caring and supportive culture and lots of opportunities for team connection.

  • Paid duvet days, when staff need to look after their wellbeing.

  • Support and development boost fund.

  • Staff discounts on selected climate friendly opportunities.

What you will bring

  • Demonstrable ability to work as part of a senior leadership team with a commitment to principles of shared leadership, and to take responsibility for decision making at a senior level.

  • Experience of organisational management and planning at a strategic level, including involvement in high level budgeting processes. You must be able to demonstrate an understanding of the challenges of running a UK based small-medium charity, but that doesn’t mean you have to be working for one.

  • Experience of working for mission driven organisations, including an ability to ensure delivery at the level of organisational mission, and experience of developing and managing key senior relationships - including funders.

  • Strong experience of developing and delivering campaign strategies, ideally within the environmental sector, and of maintaining effective systems for tracking and reporting impact.

  • Demonstrable commitment to driving public engagement in climate action and achieving climate justice.

  • Experience of line management of senior managers, and a commitment to anti-oppressive working, staff welfare and a mutually supportive organisational culture.

  • Extensive experience of project and programme management, and the ability to provide project support and oversight.

  • A strong understanding of what makes digital communications, press and media work successful in delivering campaigning outcomes.

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

  • Demonstrable ability to think independently, critically and creatively - including experience of developing project ideas.

Strong experience of fundraising for both restricted and unrestricted grants.

Interested?

Read the full job application pack, and fill in the application form.

Deadline: 9am Tuesday 13th August. 

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Possible View profile Company size Size: 11 - 20
Posted on: 17 July 2024
Closing date: 13 August 2024 at 09:00
Tags: Campaigns,Climate Change

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