Work for us - Campaigns Officer vacancy

Campaign News | Friday, 20 December 2019

Work for the Cuba Solidarity Campaign: Campaigns Officer

The Cuba Solidarity Campaign is looking for a highly motivated person to support our campaigning and lobbying work, in particular with the trade union movement in Britain. We require a well organised team member who has the office administration skills to manage a busy campaigns diary and varied workload, including maintaining and building trade union affiliations to the Campaign and keeping records and contact with MPs interested in improving UK-Cuba relations. Good written communication and interpersonal skills and the willingness to attend several conferences a year are essential, as the Campaigns Officer will be expected to represent CSC at events around the country. The successful candidate will also need to support the Cuba Solidarity Campaign’s objectives and have a working knowledge of the British trade union and labour movement. The position is based in our Islington office in London.

Deadline for applications: 12pm, Monday 20 January 2020

Interviews: Thursday 23 January 2020

Download the job description, person specification and application form below, or email office@cuba-solidarity.org.uk or call 020 7490 5715 for more details. Please note, only completed application forms will be considered, not CVs.

Campaigns Officer job description and person specification

Campaigns Officer application form

Please return your application by email to office@cuba-solidarity.org.uk and state ‘Personnel’ in the subject box, or return by post to: Cuba Solidarity Campaign, c/o Unite, 33-37 Moreland Street, London, EC1V 8BB.

Shortlisted candidates will be notified on Tuesday 21 January, and interviews will take place on Thursday 23 January.

If you would like to receive more information about CSC by post, including our most recent CubaSí magazine and leaflets about the Campaign’s activities, please send us an A4 self-addressed envelope with 60p postage marked ‘Campaigns Officer’. You can also find out more about our work at www.cuba-solidarity.org.uk.



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