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About us

The European Movement UK is the only organisation in the UK dedicated to rebuilding Britain’s relationship with the European Union. We’re cross-party, home to pro-Europeans of all backgrounds who believe that Brexit was a catastrophic mistake. We’re also a grassroots, membership organisation with over 22,000 members and 100 local campaign groups across the country.

This is an exciting time to join the organisation, as we're in a period of growth and expansion.

We currently have one vacancy at the European Movement

 

Technical Support Officer

About us

The European Movement UK is the only organisation in the UK dedicated to rebuilding Britain’s relationship with the European Union. We’re cross-party, home to pro-Europeans of all backgrounds who believe that Brexit was a catastrophic mistake. We’re also a grassroots, membership organisation with over 22,000 members and 100 local campaign groups across the country.

The role

In this role, we’re looking for someone who can empower our grassroots campaigners to use digital organising tools in their campaigning and organising.

The European Movement is people led and our grassroots activists are at the heart of what we do. This role is crucial to supporting our key local stakeholders to use digital tool and achieve their potential. As well as technical ability, the ideal candidate will be excited to help build the movement and make a difference to volunteers and activists across the UK.

You’ll be part of our small, dynamic campaigns team, and while you’ll report to the Digital Manager, you’ll also be working very closely day-to-day with the grassroots team, as well as getting to know many of our dedicated campaigners and volunteers up and down the UK.

About you

This role would suit somebody who has the following key competencies:

  • Experience of campaign technology, preferably NationBuilder but other systems knowledge will be relevant.
  • Customer service
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Self-starter with excellent time management skills
  • A flexible team player
  • Excellent attention to detail and processes
  • Can work effectively under pressure and manage competing priorities
  • Commitment to pro-European values

For a full list of responsibilities, and person competencies, click the button below.

 

Location: Hybrid (home based or based from our office in Westminster). Regular attendance at meetings in London will be required.
Salary: £28k pro. rata
Contract:
Part time (14 hours per week), permanent
Date posted: 14 February 2024
Deadline: 9am, Monday 04 March 2024

  

For more information, and to find out how to apply, please click the button below download the Role Profile and Person Specification.

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