By joining More United, you are helping to build the UK’s most transformative political movement.
We have a chance to shape the direction of politics in this country forever. The people within More United’s movement - and those we seek to bring into it in future - have the power to make that happen. We are looking for a community lead to build and grow our online movement, putting it at the heart of change in British politics.
About More United
More United is transforming British politics to make it fit for the 21st century. We bring together MPs from different parties who agree with our values to run campaigns on issues they agree on, using their influence in Parliament and cross-party working to deliver change. At the same time, we empower thousands of people to take action online and offline in support of those campaigns, applying public pressure and thereafter volunteering and donating.
In this way, people have a bigger voice and are able to make an impact without having to sign up to the outdated party system.
While commentators wring their hands and wonder whether politics can be fixed, we are actually doing it. At More United, you will join a team creating the blueprint for a new way to do politics that empowers people to make Britain more hopeful, positive and forward thinking.
Since launch, we’ve recruited more than 117k supporters, raised more than £500k and built relationships with more than 80 MPs from five different parties.
Now we have big plans to scale and that’s where you come in.
You will be part of a close-knit team at the forefront of transforming British politics. Our entrepreneurial attitude is what sets our team apart: we are agile; we measure success rigorously; we explore new ideas, and we love to learn. We share our successes and will support you in being the very best you can be.
Your primary responsibility will be to grow and develop More United’s movement in a way that best delivers our objectives to transform politics. You will create and execute a strategy involving both online and offline communities, working closely with the rest of the team and members of our movement to deliver results.
You’ll have the freedom to come up with creative and radical ideas to grow our movement and give people the tools they need to transform British politics. This may include:
- Developing and executing strategies for growing More United’s online movement, tailored to different groups depending on their level of engagement;
- Creating and testing user journeys, working with our development team to optimise each stage;
- Executing online fundraisers, including crowdfunds and direct debit appeals;
- Working with the Campaigns Director to identify creative ways to deploy campaigns online to achieve maximum impact;
- Working with the Comms and Marketing Director to build and nurture strong relationships with influencers, such as high profile activists who More United can support in achieving the change they want to see;
- Developing and executing plans for building our offline communities, using campaigns, volunteering sessions and other opportunities to bring together people in person and deepen their ties with the movement.
If you are a potential candidate, you’ll have all of the following:
- Over five years experience in community-building, understanding how to nurture and grow movements both online and offline;
- Deep expertise in the tools and techniques needed to grow online communities, including email, social media (paid & organic) and web;
- Experience in executing highly successful fundraising campaigns;
- Excellent communication skills and the ability to think creatively;
- A desire to test and learn, listen to feedback and analyse results so you can use what you learn to make improvements;
- A team player, motivated by the success of the organisation as a whole and a willingness to learn and work across multiple projects even if they are not in your usual area of focus;
- The ability to work independently and without supervision, to spot opportunities and take responsibility for seizing them;
- A can-do attitude and ability to work quickly and efficiently, prioritising tasks and seeing them through to completion.
You may also have some of the following, or be willing to learn:
- Experience of working in a campaign environment, for example for a charity or as a volunteer;
- Experience in working in a startup or agile environment;
- A detailed understanding of politics.
If you would like to talk to us before making an application please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Salary £35,00 - 45,000 (commensurate with experience)
Hours: full-time, part-time will be considered
Closing date for applications: Midnight 4th October 2018
Interviews in early October.
To apply please follow this link, make sure to include in your letter of application examples of your experience in relation to the job description as well as giving us a flavour of who you are.