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Senior Organiser

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Application deadline:

June 2, 2024

The purpose of this role is to support NEON’s work to build organising capacity in UK social movements, including through NEON’s Worker-led Transition project. You will: 1. Build support for a worker-led transition in the climate movement and communities, with an emphasis on local and regional coalition and capacity-building in key industrial regions, as well as strengthening relationships with the trade union movement; 2. Co-deliver organising trainings and provide longer-term organising coaching for social movement organisations across a range of issues, to build their organising skills and capacity, and using tools and content developed through our Transformative Organising Programme; 3. Provide responsive support to movement organisations when they need it most, offering strategic and organising advice and resources.


Hybrid working. Our flexible working policy requires everyone to be in our East London office for 25% of the time as a minimum because building in-person relationships is important to us (that could be one week a month, or a day or two a week), but you’re welcome to be there more as many staff are. Travel in the UK is an essential part of this job, and NEON will cover the cost of this and hours will be repaid in TOIL.


£45,127 pa

Contract type



Full-time, which for NEON is 28 hours a week - the equivalent of a 4 day standard work week. This can be done over 4 or 5 days, that’s totally up to you. Hours are generally flexible, with some core meetings everyone has to be at.


a 28-hour week, up to 7.5% employer matched pension, genuinely flexible working, 20 days holiday per year (25 days pro rated for a 4 day week), plus bank holidays and Christmas break, a progressive Parenting Policy, Sabbatical Policy, and a staff development budget

Reporting to

Head of Organising