Membership and operations coordinator
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 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.
As we approach 7,000 members, we’re looking to recruit a membership and operations coordinator who can work with our staff team and our elected leadership group to help the union to implement our new 5 year strategy and to take our organisation to the next level.
This is your opportunity to help a member-led, campaigning union to grow and expand sustainably and to strengthen key areas of our organisation. If you’re committed to changing the balance of power in society and if you’ve got experience in project management, people management or fundraising we’d love to hear from you.
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