Working for Labour

Labour logo in a squareWant to work for a progressive, professional organisation that really makes a difference? Then think about joining part of a committed, happy team and work with us to help bring about our manifesto pledges and keep Labour in government. Staff work at two head offices - one in Newcastle and one in London. We have 12 other offices throughout England, Scotland and Wales.

The great thing about working for Labour is that the organisation isn’t powered by a profit motive, the staff are motivated and inspired by the principles of the Labour Party making Labour a unique place to work. There are good terms and conditions and excellent holiday entitlement, plus you get the buzz of helping fight elections.

In 2000 Labour was proud to be reaccredited with Investors in People status. The party staff were described as ‘the most committed members of staff [the assessors] had ever come across, across all public and private sector organisations.”

We need people with a variety of skills. Vacancies will be posted here when they arise, so it’ll be worth checking back to find out the latest.


Redcar and Middlesbrough South & East Cleveland Local Organiser
Based: Teesside
From: £22,000 pro rata, depending on experience. The post will initially be part time (covering Redcar only), moving to full time (covering Redcar and Middlesbrough South & East Cleveland), on a contract until the next General Election.

Labour North is seeking to recruit a Local Organiser for Redcar and Middlesbrough South & East Cleveland. Winning Redcar back for Labour from the Lib Dems and holding our most marginal Labour seat in the North East are key challenges and we are looking for someone to help deliver a Labour election victory in this vital seat.

Have you got what it takes to be a professional campaigner?
- Do you want to play a key strategic role in winning elections for the Labour Party?
- Do you make things happen while others sit around and talk about it?
- Are you a passionate local campaigner, an excellent leader and a team player with outstanding interpersonal skills?
- Do you want an exciting, demanding and rewarding new career?

You should have experience of being involved in campaigning, possess a good knowledge of Labour Party organisation at branch, constituency and regional level, have the ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing to a variety of audiences, and have proven ability to motivate, organise, train, recruit and retain volunteers. You will need to be a real team player and be able to work with candidates, members, MPs and stakeholders from across Teesside and the wider region.

A full job description can be found here >>>>>

For more information, please contact Fiona Stanton on 0191 246 5276.

The closing date for applications is 12 noon, Friday 7 December. To apply, please send your CV and covering letter to Interviews will take place in December or early January and we are looking for someone to start in January part time, moving to full time in May.