Mayday Trust
£27,000 per annum
Contract, 1 Year Fixed Term, Full-time
Job description

Membership Development Officer
Location: Remote 
Contract: Fixed One Year Term 
Hours: 37 hours per week – Flexible working hours welcomed
Salary: £27,000 per annum

The Role

Mayday is looking for someone who has a passion for social justice, who will coordinate and implement the project plan to develop and launch Mayday’s new membership offer.

This is no ordinary Membership Development Officer role.  This is a role that will challenge you to get radical, unleashing your inner activist to support Mayday and the people we walk alongside by: 

  • Proactively marketing our new offer to organisations and practitioners with a potential interest in joining, explaining the benefits and motivating them to join.
  • Coordinating input from colleagues and developing content, systems and materials.
  • Act as the primary point of contact for all enquiries about individual membership, welcoming new organisations and developing their induction programme and access to resources.

You will bring a sense of fun, have a spark that is ignited by doing something great, be driven by the passion for bringing a community of strength-based organisations and individuals together to create systems that work for people who are experiencing tough times.

Who you are and how you work

  • You are passionate about social justice and can be bold and brave when needed
  • You are organised, able to juggle multiple projects without losing focus
  • You are self-aware, reflect on your practice and are committed to continually learning and adapting 
  • You are great at what you do and people recognise that
  • You are confident and credible, with a high level of honesty and integrity
  • You are a great listener, communicator and relationship builder
  • You challenge constructively and are open to be challenged
  • You are not afraid of letting go, having fun and being part of the team
  • Your personal values align to Mayday’s values.

Equity and inclusion

We recognise that to create a radical and impactful organisation we need a diverse senior team that is representative of the diverse communities we hope to support. We recognise that there is a long history of racism and other forms of prejudice within the charity sector and we are committed to building our organisational and personal understanding of inequality and to becoming an inclusive and anti-oppressive organisation. We encourage and support applications from groups and communities underrepresented in the charitable sector and currently in our senior leadership team, including people from black and minority ethnic communities.

We support the Disability Confident scheme and we are open to making reasonable adjustments to the application and interview process to ensure that everyone who is interested can apply.

Closing date: Midday Friday 22nd July

Interviews will be held on Wednesday 3rd August at 2.00 – 3.00p.m. (group interactive session online) with individual interviews taking place on Thursday 4th August (online).

To Apply and for More Information:

If you would like to apply and find out more about this position, please click the apply button to be directed to our website. 

This post is subject to an Enhanced Level Disclosure & Barring Service check.

No agencies please.

Posted on: 08 July 2022
Closed date: 22 July 2022 at 23:59
Job ref: 161273_MAT
Tags: Fundraising, Marketing