Volunteer as part of the London Hub Officer team - deadline 20 September.
The London Hub sits at the heart of our London branch team and works to support collaboration between branches and the central team, and played an invaluable role in this year's London elections. It is now a well established hub and is entering a new phase in its development now that the elections are over - and you can be part of it!
The London Hub:
- Facilitates collaboration between London branches
- Identifies boroughs that are promising places to start new branches and supports those branches to start and develop
- Supports branch campaigning, including election campaigning
- Works to maximise the impact of branches and supports them, alongside Central Office, through training, capacity building and strategic planning
We have three roles open on the team and applications close at 11.59 pm on Monday 20 September. All of the Hub roles are open to job sharing. New Hub Officers will join the Hub Comms leads in the Hub Officers team.
- Hub co-ordinator
- Hub data manager
- Hub branchstarter
How will the selection process work?
- Applications for the vacant hub roles are now open and will be open until 11.59 pm on Monday 20 September. They have been advertised to London members in an email.
- There will be an online meeting for potential candidates on Wednesday 8 September, 5.30 - 6.30 pm, which is an opportunity for anyone interested to ask questions and find out more.
- Following the close of and review of applications, applicants will be invited to an online meeting of London branch officers on Thursday 30 September, 7.00 - 8.30 pm.
- At the meeting London branch officers will hear from candidates in attendance, discuss and select the candidates for the hub officer roles. Recommendations from the branch for hub co-ordinator and data manager will be sent to the Steering Committee, who have the final decision.
- Following this process the new hub officers will be inducted.
Find out more and additional support
Interested but want to find out a bit more and ask questions? WE have the session for you. Join us on Wednesday 8 September, 5.30 - 6.30 pm for a drop in session to ask questions and find out more.
The Women’s Equality Party is interested in developing a Hub officer team that reflects the diversity of this great city and supports applications from groups under-represented in politics.
If you have any specific access needs, requirements, or support we would be happy to discuss these with you and to find solutions to accommodate them, including if you require any adjustments or support to apply. Please email [email protected].
Not a member but keen to get involved? You have to be a member to be a party officer (hub officer) and you can join the party to apply >>