Hope for the Future – Regional Coordinator (North of England and Scotland)

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Contract: Temporary Maternity Cover (12 month contract).
Term: Full-time.
Salary: £25,500 p.a.
Hours per week: 35 hours.
Days per week: 5 days.
Reporting to: Head of Research and Engagement.
Location: Liverpool.

Hope for the Future is a leading specialist in training citizens to work with politicians on climate change. Their vision is to see politicians of all political persuasions joining together with each other and with communities across the UK to take decisive action on climate change. Based in Sheffield with regional offices in Liverpool and London, they’re a small but fast-growing charity, with a strong vision, supportive working culture and the drive to make an impact.

The Regional Coordinator (North of England and Scotland) is responsible for ensuring Hope for the Future’s core work is successfully delivered across the region. The post-holder will manage a small team of Constituency Support Officers (CSOs) based across the region to ensure they are supporting constituents to effectively engage their local MP or other political representatives to take action on climate change.

The role requires a self-motivated individual with some experience in project management and community / political engagement processes. The Regional Coordinator has two main areas of focus:

  • Ensuring Hope for the Future’s engagement, delivery and impact targets are achieved within the region
  • Act as the regional contact/lead for Hope for the Future, maintaining strong partner relationships and knowledge of local developments whilst working with the Head of Research and Engagement to identify and develop new opportunities within the region.

The role will require regular travel around the region to workshops and meetings and to the head office in Sheffield.

To read the full job description and to apply, please visit the Hope for the Future website.

For more information, please email applications@hftf.org.uk.

Deadline: Monday 6 December 2021 at 9 am.

Interview date(s): Week commencing Monday 13 December 2021.

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