Campaigner at Positive Money

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25 Mar 2021


Hi all,

We're recruiting for a Campaigner at Positive Money.

We’re looking for an energetic Campaigner and communicator who is passionate about building a community around a campaign. You will have experience of managing and creating online content, and are keen to learn and push the boundaries on digital platforms in order to reach new audiences. 

Salary: £28k gross per annum + 8% pension contribution

Hours:?? Full time (32-40 hours per week. Option to work a four or five-day week). Requests for flexible working will be considered.

Location:?? Through the Covid-19 pandemic we are following government advice and working from home. Positive Money can supply IT and other equipment to facilitate home working. Once office working resumes, the role will be based at Positive Money’s office but we are open to this role being based from anywhere in the UK. Travel to the London office will be expected up to once a month.

Closing Date for applications: 9am Tuesday 13th April

To see more about the role, including a full responsibilities list & person specification, click here

Please share this role with anyone you think might be interested.

About Positive Money:

Positive Money is the leading civil society organisation re-imagining our money and banking system for the wellbeing of people, communities and the planet. We are part of a growing and collective force for economic systems change. Our mission is to reform money and banking to build a fair, democratic and sustainable economy.

To achieve this we produce groundbreaking research and policy, educate the public and politicians, penetrate the media, and mobilise the public behind people-powered campaigns. We work across four key areas: democratising money and banking, a green and fair Bank of England, a wellbeing economy, and new economic thinking. In 2021 our priority campaigns are greening the financial system (in the run up to the UK’s hosting of COP26), calling for a wellbeing economy, and demanding a fair and green economic recovery.

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