The WEAll global Amp Team is recruiting for a new full-time Advocacy and Movements Co-Lead.

The Advocacy and Movements Co-Lead position offers the opportunity for a passionate individual to co-create and execute a local to global Wellbeing Economy advocacy strategy. They will focus on connecting with global movements working on issues such as climate change, sustainable development, biodiversity loss and social justice. They will work closely with colleagues to effectively advocate for the global governance, policy and cultural reforms needed to build a Wellbeing Economy.  

The position is a fantastic opportunity for someone with skills and experience in advocacy, influencing and knowledge sharing, and who has the energy and ideas to help WEAll build a better system for people and the planet. The successful candidate will be part of a diverse, and energised movement from across the world that is collaborating to transform the economy.

What WEAll is looking for

The focus for the role is to take the lead on WEAll’s global advocacy strategy by galvanizing and aligning with social and environmental movements. We are looking for an organised, flexible, and highly motivated individual with the vision and skills to implement a significant component of WEAll’s strategy: nurturing greater alignment of multiple social and environmental movements with the Wellbeing Economy agenda. Our new colleague will have demonstrable strategic and influencing skills, and a passion for economic system change and working collaboratively to deliver it.      

The post holder must be adaptable, creative, good at self-management, and – due to the nature of our small, flat-structured charity – willing and able to turn their hand to a range of tasks and projects as required to support the movement. We are seeking someone with particular experience and skill in driving successful partnerships between societal movements and impacting multilateral decision-making spaces, with understanding of how different audiences respond to different approaches. 

WEAll recognizes the need for greater diversity in our team and the economic systems change movement more broadly and is committed to addressing it. If you believe you would bring greater diversity to our team, we’re particularly keen to hear from you.

What WEAll is offering

An an opportunity to work with a highly motivated team (WEAll’s core ‘amplification’ or ‘Amp’ team) committed to accelerating economic system change and who hold fast to a set of dedicated values: Togetherness, Care, Honesty, Equality, and Passion, through a flat organizational structure. 

Start date: As soon as possible after 1 February 2022 

Remuneration: £45,000-52,000 per annum (dependent on experience) for a full-time role 

Hours of work: The nature of this role is that flexibility in hours is required (for example, there will be some evening and weekend work, plus travel). Equally, WEAll offers flexibility. The contracted hours will be 35 hours per week, which can be worked on a flexible basis. Please note that WEAll does not officially operate on Fridays. 

Location: Our team is global and we very much encourage and welcome applications from anywhere in the world (working from home). We support      and remunerate team members to work in co-working spaces. 

Applications close at 23:59 UK time on Sunday 2 January 2022. Interviews will be held during the week beginning 10 January 2022. To find out more about the role and how to apply, download the recruitment pack here.

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