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From local and national support services to green spaces, sports clubs, museums and the arts, voluntary organisations and volunteers are a vital part of communities across the country. As the membership community for charities and voluntary organisations, NCVO has championed volunteers and the voluntary sector for over a hundred years.

As public affairs and campaigns officer you will play a key role in delivering NCVO’s campaigns and influencing work. You will be at the forefront of NCVO’s work with parliamentarians, supporting the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Charities and Volunteering, responding to enquiries, and drafting briefings and other materials for debates and legislation.

You will also be crucial in taking forward NCVO’s campaigning work, drawing on your knowledge of campaign techniques to ensure our campaigning is effective and impactful. The successful candidate will be an excellent communicator, with the ability to reach a wide range of audiences, and able to communicate complex ideas in a way that is highly engaging.

You will have an interest in the policy and campaigning environment for charities, and improving the operating environment for NCVO’s members and the wider voluntary sector.

The successful candidate will be an organized and motivated individual, capable of both working collaboratively with colleagues inside and outside NCVO, and working independently and managing your own workload effectively.

Salary: £33,125 per annum, rising to £34,867 after 12 months in London (or £29,287 per annum rising to £31,030 after 12 months outside of London).

Hours: Full-time (35 hours per week).

Contract: Permanent.

Location: Society Building, 8 All Saints Street, London N1, with flexibility to regularly work from home/home-based, with occasional travel to the office in line with NCVO’s flexible working policy or home working policy (if outside London).

Closing date

Applications for this post closed 11:59pm on Monday 5th September 2022