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£30,472 - £35,502 per year
We are looking for a professional with solid media, social media and communications experience.
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£23,900 - £26,720 per annum, inclusive of London Weighting
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£25,148 to £27,398 Pro Rata Per Annum (£10,059 - £19,179)
Contract, Part-time
Job description

Associate Organiser - Peterborough

Citizens UK is the country’s largest civil society alliance. We organise communities to act together for power, social justice and the common good.  We are the home of community organising in the UK, with diverse civil society alliances in London, Milton Keynes, Nottingham, Birmingham, Wales, Manchester, Essex, Leicester, Brighton and Hove, Tyne & Wear and Leeds.

We develop the leadership capacity of our members so they can hold politicians and other decision-makers to account on the issues that matter to them. Community organising is democracy in action: winning victories that change lives and transform communities. Read our values and code of conduct.

We are looking for an Associate Organiser for Peterborough. 

Contract: 2 - 3.5 days per week on a one year fixed term contract

Salary: £25,148 to £27,398 Pro Rata Per Annum (£10,059 - £19,179) depending on successful candidate

Location: Peterborough, Homebased

Working as an Associate Organiser in Peterborough for Citizens UK your main responsibilities will include:

Build relational power to further the goals of CUK
• Actively participate in the development of a comprehensive power analysis appropriate to the desired sphere of influence for each project/assignment
• Establish working relationships with identified leaders and demonstrate ability to move them into action, taking the initiative to establish new relationships as required
• Conduct one-to-ones in order to develop relationships with leaders and understand their concerns.
• Tell a wide range of Community Organising stories effectively in order to influence others and achieve CUK’s goals

Identify and develop relational leaders prepared to act with others for the common good
• Identify and discern actual and potential leaders with the passion and ability to drive change
• Proactively create opportunities for leaders to develop, in particular leaders that are new to broad-based organising; nominate for training on the core taster curriculum
• Successfully deliver training workshops in local institutions and on the core taster curriculum at a local level

Strengthen institutions and develop BBOs
• Ensure good understanding of the basic interests and traditions of typical member institutions
• Organise a small cluster of up to 5 standard member institutions or 1 strategic partner to work together for the achievement of common goals
• Support the Peterborough Citizens Sponsorship Team
Support leaders through the Cycle of Action in order to create change
• Support member institutions in running a listening campaign to find out what people care about and identify 1 local issue to take action on.
• Organise neighbourhood actions; demonstrating increasing independence in working without the need for close supervision
• Take the lead in supporting groups of leaders through the cycle of action on neighbourhood issues; aiming to achieve neighbourhood wins
• Evaluate the effectiveness of actions; demonstrating ability to incorporate lessons learned into future actions

Contribute to CUK’s financial viability through effective fundraising & financial management
• Find organisations willing to commit to becoming dues paying institutions in September 2021; work together with a more senior Organiser to establish annual membership fees and letters of understanding
• Contribute substantively to fundraising by securing £40k pa overall, at least half of which should be ‘hard money’ from recruitment of future member institutions.
• Liaise with the Finance & Operations team to update the membership database and ensure timely invoicing and fee collection

Contribute to effective teamwork
• Be proactive concerning personal professional development and wellbeing; i.e. by reading widely, developing a healthy work-life balance and demonstrating ability to reflect on own organising craft & improve on self-identified weaknesses
• Demonstrate ability to work effectively with colleagues and participate in a team
• Produce all required reports and follow CUK’s procedures on time and to the required standards

Participate in the development of the craft of Community Organising and play a role in the Guild of Community Organisers
• Schedule an average of at least three 1-2-1 relational meetings into your daily schedule as a core part of your professional practice
• Commit 10 working days pa (pro rata for part-time staff) to the preparation, delivery and evaluation of Citizens UK National Community Leadership Training or other local or regional trainings;
• Participate in a Guild Team and help it develop as a Community of Practice that enables Organisers across the UK to develop their skills and experience

For information on how to apply for the post please click on 'Apply on Website' for simple application process. 

Citizens UK is committed to being an inclusive employer. We value a diverse workforce and encourage anyone with an interest in this role to apply, regardless of whether you meet all the desirable criteria. We invest in our staff and will support you to develop the skills and knowledge required to deliver the role. We particularly welcome applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates.

Please Note: Due to the expected high interest in the post, we may not be able to respond to unsuccessful applications. 

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More about CitizensUK

Citizens UK is the national centre of community organising in the UK and home of the Living Wage Foundation. Citizens UK organ... Read more

Posted on: 17 June 2020
Closing date: 16 July 2020
Tags: Campaigning

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