Application Timeline - Deadline: 09:00 Monday 22nd May.
Green New Deal Rising is looking for a skilled trainer and organiser who can lead our training work, and support the growth and development of our movement.
Green New Deal Rising is building a movement of young people from every part of the UK to fight for a response to the climate crisis that totally transforms our economy to deliver a safe climate and fairer society. We believe in people power, and through a combination of disrupting the political system and reaching into our communities, we plan to make the Green New Deal an era-defining issue.
We have ambitious plans for the coming 18 months as we head towards the next General Election. This year we are focused on building our nationwide door-knocking programme, delivering breakthrough actions, running powerful campaigns targeting opposition parties and building power in key election battlegrounds.
We are also aiming to double the size of our movement, as well as invest deeply in volunteer leadership - particularly of marginalised young people. As our new Trainings Organiser, you will develop training strategies, projects and programmes to meet these goals - drawing on the ideas and skills of your colleagues in the Organising Team.
This will be a hands-on role, with an expectation that you will regularly be delivering and facilitating training both online and in person (including travelling around the country to do this). To succeed in the role, you will balance this with an ability to plan ahead and think proactively about how to best use training in our organising work.
You will also have a deep understanding of healthy movement culture, holding responsibility for work to deepen our culture in line with our principles and supporting the integration of this work across the organisation.
Green New Deal Rising has a small (but growing!) staff team. This role will be based in the Organising Team reporting to the Head of Organising.
Location: UK, must be able to access London relatively easily for day trips. You can work from our East London office space, currently in Bethnal Green, when you want to.
Contract length: 18 months (with 3 month probationary period)
Hours: 4 or 5 days a week - willing to work evenings and some weekends (with time off in lieu) and willing to travel across the country if required
Start date: as soon as possible
We would also love you to be able to attend a Movement Gathering happening the weekend of 30th June - 2nd July in West Yorkshire if possible.
Reporting to: Head of Organising
Compensation: £34,000 pro rata
Benefits: include company pension contributions, 25 days holiday per year + bank holidays and 5 days of ‘company shut down’ leave in December. Flexible working arrangements are possible (in terms of hours and location) - balancing the needs of the team with your needs. All staff have a personal development budget.
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Application deadline is 9am, Monday 22nd May. Interviews will take place on Zoom: Wednesday 24 May 1-6pm and Thursday 25 May 1-6pm We can be responsive if you are not available at these times. We will ask you to share a sample of your work or prepare a short task for your interview.
We are committed to providing equal opportunities for everyone regardless of their background. We acknowledge that people from certain backgrounds are under-represented in progressive movements and we’re committed to doing what we can to correct this. We are particularly keen to receive applications from people of colour; disabled people; people in the LGTBQIA+ community; people who have a mental health condition; and people who are working class and/or from a working class background.
The successful candidate will be selected purely on the basis of how well they fit the person specification, as judged by their application materials and their interview.