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The deadline to apply for this position has now closed. We are currently reviewing applications and will be in touch with successful candidates regarding the next stage. We received a large number of applications for this position and so, unfortunately, will not be able to reply to individuals who have been unsuccessful.
About Good Law Project
Good Law Project is a not-for-profit campaign organisation that uses the law to create a better world. We challenge abuses of power, exploitation, inequality, and injustice. We had a primary role in overturning the prorogation of Parliament in 2019 and have more recently been shining a bright light on the Government’s conduct throughout the pandemic. We fought for free laptops for children who could not access online education at home, pushed back when dodgy algorithms caused exams chaos, exposed the unlawful VIP lane for lucrative PPE contracts, and helped to force a Met Police investigation into the Downing Street Parties. As we look to the future, we are planning to help communities litigate for themselves, introduce lawyers to the causes they want to support, and to use the law more and more to tackle poverty – and its effects.
A bold, young organisation with a ground-breaking track record, we speak the truth and act with integrity. We are proud to be primarily funded by members of the public, which keeps us fiercely independent. Our organisation has experienced meteoric growth over the last two years.
Our close-knit team of 34 staff work across four core areas: fundraising & communications, legal, operations, and partnerships. We’re nimble and reactive to external events, which means Good Law Project suits people who thrive in a fast-paced environment and share our passion for upholding democracy, protecting the environment and ensuring no one is left behind. Our culture is one of openness and innovation that encourages all staff to pitch ideas and influence our direction. We are brave, honest and decisive – those are Good Law Project’s values. We recognise the value of our employees, individually and collectively. We entrust our commitment and investment in their welfare.
We are now looking for a Communications Manager
The full job description, personal specification, and Good Law Project values are located at the end of this job pack.
You will report to the Head of Communications.
Salary: £43,000 per annum (pro rata for part-time) with generous benefits including enhanced pension contribution, 25 days annual holidays plus public holidays
Hours: 35 per week over 5 days
Contract type: Permanent
The role is advertised as “full-time” however we would be willing to consider flexible options including part-time hours
Location: Hybrid working with office in central London (subject to any COVID-19 restrictions) and options for flexibility to work from home.
About the role
We’re looking for a Communications Manager who can help us develop successful media strategies and campaigns across our strategic litigation and the issues that arise from them.
You should be a strategic thinker with an understanding of the British political landscape. You will be adept at using a wide range of tactics with skill and sophistication: relationship management, partnership building, political intelligence, and communications.
You will thrive on change and enjoy working across many thematic areas, from the climate crisis to Government rule-breaking to protecting marginalised communities. You will be a champion for Good Law Project’s values and be passionate about a fairer world.
This role will report to the Head of Communications.
If you would like to hear more about this opportunity, please contact Green Park on Harry.Marven@green-park.co.uk.
How to apply: To formally apply for the role, you will need to submit your most recent CV with a covering letter outlining experience and motivation. You will also need to include:
Please send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for applications is 11.59pm on 6 July 2022.
Interview details: We intend to hold interviews for short-listed candidates on 18 July 2022. If you cannot make this date, please let us know in your cover letter. It’s important that you check your junk mail for emails as well as your main inbox.
Encouragement of equal opportunity and reasonable adjustments: We welcome and encourage applicants from all backgrounds and do not discriminate on the basis of age, disability (physical or learning), LGBT or relationship status, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion and belief, sex or social class. We particularly welcome applications from candidates from minoritised ethnic groups and/or those with lived experience of disadvantage.
We guarantee to interview all applicants who consider themselves to have a disability provided they meet the essential criteria for the role. If this applies to you, please flag that you have a disability in your cover email and we will contact you to check if there are any adjustments or special arrangements that you need to help you with either the application process or for an interview.