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Cambridge, Cambridgeshire (Hybrid)
£30,000 per year
Full-time
Contract (Fixed term 12-month contract)

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Job description

The Campaign Coordinator will deliver a campaign strategy immediately before and after the General Election. You will lead local community teams who want to end the need for food banks, to get local Prospective Parliamentary Candidates to commit to prioritising the problem of people going without essentials if they are elected, and to acknowledge that that must involve a strengthened social security system.

This Cambridge City Foodbank (CCFb) role is funded by Trussell Trust as part of their General Election strategy, and you will be part of a network of Campaign Coordinators around the UK doing this work.

Responsibilities of Campaign Coordinator:

To build trusted relationships within CCFb and other food banks before, during and after the UK General Election. You will work with food banks across the Cambridgeshire & Peterboorough Combined Authority to build a team and coordinate campaign activity.

To create and support campaigns teams of community volunteers. You will have 1-2-1s with food bank staff, volunteers, partner organisations and stakeholders in each community to build support bases and get people to take part in campaign actions.

To lead community outreach including door-knocking sessions. You will door knock with your community campaign team to drum up support for the campaign, provide members of the public literature on food bank use in their local community, and invite people to their local hustings.

To support local campaigns teams to engage with Prospective Parliamentary Candidates, including organising local hustings. You will ensure that your community campaign teams: attend national Trussell Trust webinars, receive national guidance on how to approach Prospective Parliamentary Candidates, understand the Trussell Trust legal General Election guidance, understand the logistics of organising a hustings, ensure that the hustings is as accessible as possible and ensure that the voices of people with lived experience are heard through the hustings.

To deliver the local campaigning strategy working with CCFb and other food bank staff, volunteers, visitors and social supermarket members. You will set objectives for the campaign, monitor progress and evaluate impact.

To work with the Organising and Local Mobilisation strategy of CCFb and engage with the training and support on offer, including work with other Campaign Coordinators in the Trussell Trust network  
 

Person Specification

       Experience and knowledge:

  • Experience of campaigning or organising to achieve a change.
  • Experience working alongside people with lived experience of poverty.
  • Experience facilitating groups and organising engaging group activities.
  • Experience influencing local decision makers.
  • Knowledge of the UK political system.
  • Knowledge of anti-poverty organisations across the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority.
  • Good project management skills, and the ability to manage and motivate volunteers.
  • Willingness to travel across the Combined Authority area as required. 

       Behaviours and competencies:

  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to build relationships and gain trust of people with lived experience of poverty and using food banks.
  • Confident in communicating and, able to seek and balance a range of views and stakeholders, influencing where required.
  • Politically minded, with an understanding of charities’ obligations to be political independent.
  • Be committed to the vision, respect the ethos and uphold the values of Cambridge City Foodbank and Trussell Trust.

About Cambridge City Foodbank

Our vision is a UK without the need for Foodbanks. We meet the need for emergency and affordable food, and tackle the causes of poverty, by harnessing the power of the community.

We value dignity, justice, compassion, community and impact, in all that we do. We serve local people regardless of background, inspired by our Christian ethos and values.

As part of our commitment to inclusion, diversity and equity actively encourage applications from under-represented groups such as returning parents or carers who are re-entering work after a career break, people who are LGBT+, from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds, with a disability, impairment, learning difference or long-term condition, with caring responsibilities, from different nations and regions and those with a lived experience of poverty as well as any other under-represented group in our workforce. We are committed to ensuring the safety and protection of our employees from all forms of harm.

In 2023: our amazing team of 200 volunteers assisted by a small staff team, provided 16,000 3-day emergency food parcels to people across Cambridge (36% were children) and distributed 170,000 Kilos of food.

Application Instructions

Candidates will be invited for interview on Friday 17th May 2024.
Interviews will take place on Thursday 23rd May 2024.

The successful applicant will be expected to start on Monday 24th June 2024.

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We meet the need for emergency and affordable food, and tackle the causes of poverty, by harnessing the power of the community.

Posted on: 17 April 2024
Closing date: 16 May 2024 at 23:59
Tags: Campaigning,Christian,Policy/Research,Social Care/Development,Volunteer Management

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