Work for the Green Party

We post all our current job opportunities available with the Green Party on this page.

If you are interested in an available role, please click on the applicable link to download a copy of the Job Description & Person Specification which will include further information on the role and details on how to apply. Please do not send CVs or cover letters as an alternative or as part of your application as these will not be considered.

The Green Party prides itself on being an Equal Opportunity employer and particularly welcomes applications from those who identify under one of the protected characteristics under the Equality Act 2010, which are:

  • race
  • age
  • disability
  • gender reassignment
  • religion or belief
  • sex
  • sexual orientation
  • marriage and civil partnership
  • pregnancy

Our Benefits

  • 30 days + Bank Holidays, pro rata for part time employees
  • Home working allowance to support your home office (£26 per month)
  • Highly flexible working patterns around Core Hours of 10am to 4pm
  • Openness to changing hours job-sharing, with manager support
  • Generous and encouraged Maternity and Paternity leave
  • Up to 10% working time allowance for learning and development activities
  • Access to counselling sessions and support resources through our EAP Programme
  • Staff community events- twice-weekly AllStaff meetings, speakers, Summer and Christmas parties
  • Working for an organisation dedicated to Green Party Core Values

We also encourage candidates who would like to work part time or as a job share to apply.

Our current Pay Ratio is 1:3.4 To find out more about our Fair Pay Campaign, please visit https://www.younggreens.org.uk/campaigns/fair-pay-campus-campaign/

Please note that due to the volume of applications received at this time, we unfortunately are not currently in a position to always respond to candidates who have been unsuccessful in being offered an interview, or provide detailed feedback on written applications. If we have not contacted you following one week after the application deadline date, please assume on this occasion your application has been unsuccessful. We encourage all unsuccessful candidates to keep an eye on our website for future opportunities that may be of interest.

Opportunities in Green Party Head Office

Fundraising & Development Manager

The Green Party is on a mission to get great Greens elected in 2024 and the Development team play a central role in building a movement of Green members, supporters and voters, to build our reach and impact as a leading political party in England and Wales.

To achieve this mission, the Development Team are looking for a Development & Fundraising Manager to streamline and diversify the party’s fundraising activity, while also creating content that helps the party reach and engage audiences beyond their current base.

Working closely with the Head of Development and wider Development Team, this role will be responsible for The Green Party’s fundraising portfolio. They will optimise existing and develop new long term fundraising activity. With a focus on developing sustainable income opportunities, this role will manage (high value) donor engagement, produce engaging events and deliver impactful marcomms taking ownership of donor communications to grow our income and audiences. This role will also network, building affiliate relationships outside of the party to engage, recruit and convert.

Salary: £35,062 - £37,208 per annum (points 25 - 28 on the GPEW Pay Scale)

Hours: Up to 35 hours per week; work pattern to be agreed in consultation with successful applicant

Job Type: Permanent

Location: Flexible: the role can be home-based and the post holder should expect regular travel to Green Party Head Office, London and other locations

Line Manager: Head of Development

Line management responsibilities:  Fundraising Officer

Applications to be submitted by 23:59 on Sunday 3rd October 2021 via the Party’s Applied recruitment system https://app.beapplied.com/apply/prlodusm6l

Interviews to be held on Tuesday 12th October 2021.

Read the full job description on person specification


 

Communications Officer

The purpose of the role is to provide flexible, cross functional communications support to the staff team and the Party more generally (including volunteers and the Leadership) This will be a very varied job with no two-days the same. The post holder will proactively contribute to editorial discussions, use their initiative to make sure things get done and work on a number of different projects at any one time. The role requires fast paced working with the ability to be reactive but also to plan ahead, balancing requirements along the way. The successful applicant will be an excellent relationship builder, diplomatic and hardworking, someone who will be proud of their contribution to a small but high functioning team and whose enthusiasm for their work is underpinned by the knowledge that the Green Party is going places.

Salary: £24,068 - £25,040 per annum, pro rata (points 6 - 8 on the GPEW Pay Scale)

Hours: 35 hours per week

Job type: Permanent

Location: Remote initially but some working from Green Party Head Office in the longer term

Line manager: Head of Communications

Line management responsibilities: None

Key relationships: Communications team members including press, design and social media colleagues; Development Team; Field Team; Local party officers; Party Spokespeople and Leadership team; Green Party affiliate groups; Green Councillors.

Application process: Applications to be submitted by 11:59 on Friday 8th October 2021 via the Party’s Applied recruitment system https://app.beapplied.com/apply/yrj2621bdp Interviews to be held on Friday 15th October. Please note that the Applied recruitment system is configured to ask a series of questions that will support shortlisting for this role. Each question is based on one or more of the attributes listed in the person specification below and your answers will be scored based on how you demonstrate the attribute(s) that are relevant to the specific question being asked.

Read the full job description on person specification


Opportunities in Westminster

There are currerntly no opportunities available.


Opportunities in Local/Regional Parties

Field Organiser - London

The Green Party’s team of Field Organisers support local Green Parties to organise and win election campaigns.

Following a record result in the elections for London Mayor and Assembly, and ahead of a large set of local elections in 2022, you will be joining London’s staff team at a crucial time. As one of two Field Organisers for London, your focus will be on harnessing this momentum and dramatically increasing the number of elected Councillors for London. We are therefore seeking a motivational organiser who is driven to seize this opportunity.

As a London Field Organiser, you will play a vital role in training, coaching and advising our local parties in the crucial work they do to build their volunteer base and win elections. You will be a natural relationship builder, assisting local party campaign managers to the point that they will be keen to come to you for advice and assistance to organise and recruit activists, and for strategic advice on their election campaigns. You will be strongly motivated by supporting other people to achieve their goals. You will have had some experience of election campaigns already and be able to communicate with others in a compelling way.

Field Organisers are part of a high performing team within the Green Party that is having a transformational impact on the work of our local parties and in turn helping to bring Green policies into practice in our communities.

Salary: £24,068 to £29,925 FTE [points 6-17 on the Green Party salary scale]

Hours: 35 hours per week. Some work will be outside of core hours (09:30 to 17:00 Monday to Friday) according to the needs of volunteers. This may include a Saturday and/or Sunday once a month on average.

Job Type: Permanent

Location: Home based, with regular travel to parties in the Region

Line Manager: Activism Manager or Local Elections Manager

Line management responsibilities: None

Key relationships: Staff: Head of Elections, Local Elections Manager, Activism Manager, General Election Constituencies Manager, Field Staff in England and Wales.
Volunteers: Local party officers and campaign teams; Regional Green Party committees.

Applications to be submitted by 14:00pm on Friday 15th October. Please apply via the Applied recruitment platform here: https://app.beapplied.com/apply/godvbuzqat

Please note that the Applied recruitment system is configured to ask a series of questions that will support shortlisting for this role. Each question is based on one or more of the attributes listed in the person specification below and your answers will be scored based on how you demonstrate the attribute(s) that are relevant to the specific question being asked.

Read the full job description on person specification 


Volunteering for the Green Party

Please see the Volunteer section of the website for volunteering opportunities.

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