Date Added: 30 July 2020
: 9 August 2020
Job Title: Field Organiser
Working For: Bond
Location: Northern Midlands
Main purpose of job
Working with groups of local people in and around small towns across the Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and South Yorkshire, this role will both organise and mobilise members of the public to take actions supportive of overseas aid and international development, including the climate crisis. As part of a team of organisers, you will build an active local community presence to support the Campaigns aims in key locations across England. The ideal candidate will be based in the northern midlands region of England, have excellent interpersonal skills, excellent organisation and logistical skills and a strong commitment to the aims of the Campaign.
Creating new and active community groups in specified locations, building and maintaining excellent working relationships with local activists and other community groups
Research and analysis of key locations
Holding meetings and events designed to engage with local audiences, leading and chairing meetings as required. Support Campaign Coordinator with sourcing venues and budget management
Maintaining social media channels (Facebook) with the support of the Campaign Coordinator
Monitoring and recording output metrics and measuring impact within an agreed monitoring, evaluation and learning framework and collaborating with working group colleagues as required
Experience of field organising and working with community groups, social movements or in local charity fundraising
Excellent interpersonal skills, specifically relating to members of the public, especially recently retired volunteers or activists
Experience of local communities and demonstrable knowledge of specific local areas. A driving licence and your own vehicle is essential due to the location and nature of the role
Leadership and/or coaching skills and a track record of engaging activists
Experience of working in a communications or advocacy role.
A developed understanding of the key issues and themes within international development.
Closing Date: 9 August 2020
Apply by midnight.
Please note that this advert may close early if a large number of applicants are received.
To apply submit your CV and cover letter outlining why you are the right candidate for this role