Member solidarity organiser x2
Pay: £33,250 for 30 hours per week plus £1,200 per year towards counselling or other forms of agreed wellbeing support.
Deadline for applications: Monday 10th April 2023 9pm.
Since we launched in 2018, the LRU has grown to more than 6,500 members, won countless disputes against landlords to improve the lives of our members and won important campaigns against local councils and the government. We’re building the power we need to win a housing system that prioritises the needs of people over the profits of landlords and investors.
Member solidarity is how we organise together to build collective power and improve the housing situations of our members. We win improvements through launching disputes against estate agents and other housing providers, taking direct action, eviction resistance, and doing some legal support and casework.
We’re recruiting two new Member Solidarity Organisers to support this work – one post is temporary (12 month maternity cover contract) and the other is for 2 years
This is your opportunity to support our incredible members to take action against the landlords that exploit us and to build powerful and caring communities. If you have a track record of supporting others to take action or in a casework setting, we’d love to hear from you.
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