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Campaigns Officer

  • Part time
  • £29,916 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 30th April 2019

  • Advertised from 11th April 2019
  • Salary: £29,916 per annum pro rata, plus 6% pension, 28 hours per week, (until March 2020 with possibility of extension)
  • CO19


Help us Campaign for Change in Scotland!

Poverty and inequality are the greatest challenges Scotland faces. The Poverty Alliance is working hard to show how we can change the debate about, and ultimately solve, poverty. An opportunity has arisen to join our team and help us achieve our vision of a Scotland without poverty:

We are looking for an experienced Campaigns Officer who can help us take forward our collective campaigns against poverty in Scotland.

This post, initially funded until March 2020 but with the possibility of extension, will be responsible for bringing together the Poverty Alliance’s key campaigns, ensuring we build support and increase impact. We are looking for someone who can support our members and community organisations engage in campaign activities, particularly as part of our Challenge Poverty Week initiative.

The successful candidate will join the Alliance's small policy and campaigns team, and will provide campaigns support for a wide range of activities. You will have experience of campaigning for economic and social change and of working with community groups and individuals with little campaigns experience. You’ll understand the importance of digital as well as traditional campaign strategies, and how these can be used to support social change.

Application notes

For more information, including a job description and application form please visit

Alternatively phone Jiyoung Kim on 0141 353 0440 or email

Closing date for applications: Tuesday 12 noon 30th April 2019

Interviews: Friday 10th May 2019

The Poverty Alliance aims to be an equal opportunities employer. We welcome applications from any person who can demonstrate that they meet the requirements for the post, and we are happy to discuss flexible working arrangements.