Job opportunity: Communications and Campaigns Officer

Another Europe is Possible is looking for an experienced part time Communications and Campaigns Officer to lead its outward-facing work. 

20th July 2021

Communication and Campaigns Officer

Pay: Around £34,000 per annum (pro rata)
Hours: Three days per week
Location: London
Contract type: permanent after six months’ probation

To apply: please email with your CV and covering letter before 18th August at 23:59.

Another Europe is Possible is looking for an experienced part time Communications and Campaigns Officer to lead its outward-facing work. 

Another Europe was set up in 2016 to put forward an independent, left wing case for Remain. Since then, we have become a leading voice in the Brexit debate, putting forward the case for a public vote on the deal, and for continued and improved freedom of movement.

We are a broad organisation, bringing together a coalition that includes greens, socialists, social democrats and many unaligned progressives, as well as NGOs and international networks. We are also a democratic organisation, with around 1400 members and an elected National Committee. Our campaigning work (which you would be running!) varies a lot, and tends to focus on migrants’ rights and intervening in the Brexit process. 

You can read all about us, and about our strategy and campaigns, here

Job description

The Communications and Campaigns Officer will work as part of a small team of part time staff to deliver Another Europe is Possible’s outward-facing work. 

The purpose of this role is to support Another Europe in developing and delivering its campaign and communications strategy and coordinating the work of the organisation. This is a varied role with changing responsibilities on a week to week basis and your work will include: 


  • Managing internal and external stakeholders
  • Helping to oversee the broad strategic development of the organisation
  • Providing strategic advice to the National Committee

Campaign creation and delivery

  • Evaluating, designing and prioritising campaigns
  • Organising meetings and conferences
  • Organising protests and stunts

Press and communications work 

  • Managing press contacts and placing stories with journalists
  • Writing and sending press releases

Membership communications 

  • Managing and implementing a weekly comms plan across all comms outputs
  • Drafting emails to our email list
  • Drafting copy for events, campaigns and literature
  • Running social media pages


  • Providing administrative support to the National Committee
  • Administrating the organisational email
  • Providing administrative support and services to members

Person specification

To do this job, you will need:

  • Alignment with the aims and objectives of Another Europe
  • To be self-starting, show initiative and able to work independently with limited formal supervision
  • Experience of working with the press 
  • Experience of member-led decision making and an understanding of the role of staff in democratic organisations
  • An ability to manage deadlines and many competing priorities
  • Experience of running and delivering campaigns
  • Experience of working in an activist environment
  • Experience of running social media
  • Basic working policy knowledge of Another Europe’s areas of work: migrants’ rights, Brexit, workers’ rights, the environment, and so on
  • Excellent written and oral communications skills
  • A willingness to learn new things, grapple with new processes
  • Ability to work outside of normal office hours
  • Flexibility 

And the following are desirable:

  • Video editing, design or advanced social media expertise
  • Experience of working to change the policy of a political party
  • Experience of working directly with politicians 
  • Experience and knowledge of the trade union movement
  • Experience of working with our partner organisations, international partners or affiliates
  • Detailed knowledge of one or more of our areas of campaigning 

Timetable for recruitment

Deadline for applications: 18th August at 23:59

Interviews: 24th and 25th August

Start date: From the beginning of September (a later start date can be considered)

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