Grassroots Movement Builder
We will be reviewing applications on a rolling basis, so please apply as soon as you can.
ABOUT the role_
The Grassroots Movement Builder will be responsible for growing, scaling, and engaging the Feminists of_ movement of activists and supporters in the pursuit for gender equality and liberation. The successful candidate will have experience in grassroots organising and campaign management, as well as a passion for enabling and upskilling activists. If that sounds like you, we would love to hear from you!
Who SHOULD APPLY_
We are seeking people of all genders, ages, backgrounds, and abilities who are keen to help us shape the future of our movement, network, and organisation.
We recognise that feminist spaces and opportunities are often full of white women.
We are looking for people of all backgrounds with voices that are underrepresented in this sector, specifically gender non-conforming individuals, men, trans people, and people of colour.
Currently, we are only accepting applications from individuals eighteen years of age or older.
Job title: Grassroots Movement Builder
Location: Predominantly from home - meetings held virtually, occasional in person meetings required for campaign events and socials
Hours: 2-3 hours per week
Salary: This is a voluntary position
Develop and implement a comprehensive movement building strategy aimed at growing, scaling, and engaging Fo_’s grassroots movement of activists and supporters
Build and maintain relationships with activists and supporters, including identifying and prioritising key leaders and advocates, and developing individualised engagement and stewardship plans
Together with the Fo_ team, develop and deliver training sessions and workshops on grassroots organising and campaign management, as well as other topics relevant to the movement's goals and objectives
Collaborate with the Campaigns team to develop and execute campaign plans that mobilise and engage activists and supporters at the grassroots level
Conduct outreach and recruitment activities aimed at expanding the movement's reach and diversity, including developing partnerships with community organisations, schools, and other stakeholders
Develop and implement systems to measure the impact and effectiveness of the movement building strategy, including tracking engagement, membership growth, and other key metrics
Plan and execute events and activities that engage the movement, including rallies, marches, and other public demonstrations
Work with the Fo_ team to integrate movement building efforts with the organisation's other programmatic areas, including research, communications, and fundraising
How to apply_
We use a blind recruitment process so please do not send us your CV at this stage. If you are interested in this role, please fill in the form below by 9am on July 11th.
We will run (virtual) interviews with shortlisted candidates on 13th and 14th of July.
If you have any questions or require any adjustments to complete this form or throughout the interview process, please send us an email with your needs at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can help.
Feminists of_ is fully committed to equality of opportunity and diversity to ensure that we reflect the full breadth of people in this movement. It's vital for our Advisory Board to represent diversity of thought, lived experience and wide social economics as it impacts our decision making.
We recognise that our team does not currently reflect a diverse range of life-experiences and perspectives. Currently, people from Black communities, people from minority ethnic communities, people who are transgender, people who identify as men, gender non-conforming or non-binary are underrepresented in our organisation. We would therefore particularly welcome applications from these groups. Feminists of_ is an equal opportunities organisation and we actively encourage volunteer applicants from people of all backgrounds. We are committed to promoting diversity and inclusion in every aspect of our work.
Note: Applicants will receive equal treatment regardless of age, disability, gender, gender reassignment, marital or civil partner status, pregnancy or maternity, race, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation (Protected Characteristics). To ensure this, we use a blind recruitment process.
Please click below for Fo_’s Diversity and Inclusion Policy: