Stamp Out Poverty campaigns for new sources of finance to fight poverty and climate change at home and abroad. We run The Robin Hood Tax which campaigns for a Financial Transactions Tax (FTT) – popularly known as the Robin Hood Tax.
We are looking to recruit a Research Consultant who will be involved in compiling statistical findings to complement the work of the Robin Hood Tax campaign. This will range from research on financial markets and banks to social policy including housing, the NHS and disability cuts.
The job would suit a bright, enthusiastic candidate with an ability to work well independently, to tight deadlines and with a desire to build a career in public affairs or campaigns.
Candidates must have a keen interest and some relevant experience in rigorous desk-based research, preferably through a second degree and/or economic/social policy work.
The successful candidate will gain experience of working in a successful campaigning environment.
Although the role will be carried out remotely, some travel to London may be necessary.
Closing Date: 08 January 2017 at 6pm GMT
Interview/Start Dates: Interviews will take place soon after the closing date