Are you passionate about Green politics, with the ability to motivate and organise other like-minded people to cause positive change in your community?
The North West Green Party (NWGP) is recruiting a Regional Development Officer (RDO) to support the most promising of our 25 local parties in the region to get more Greens elected.
In particular we aim to win Green representation in the European Parliament at the 2014 European Elections and win crucial seats in local council elections. This position is for two days per week beginning in June 2013 and will be home-based.
Whilst funding is guaranteed for two years, we hope to be able to make the post permanent, subject to successful regional fundraising, which the RDO will assist with. For job description, person specification and details of how to apply, please click here.
Deadline for applications is Friday 26th April 2013.
There has never been a better time to get involved with the work of the Green Party. Party membership is growing steadily in the North-West as well as in the country as a whole; there are well over a thousand members in the North-West, an increase of around 30% since the start of 2010.
Any help you give us, from a regular donation to work on the doorstep, will make a real difference to getting more Greens elected in your area, where they can create a fairer, cleaner, more affordable future for everyone.
As a member, you can be as active as you like - from armchair and online support to standing as a candidate for election.
In your local area, you can help get Green councillors elected by delivering leaflets, by fundraising, or by knocking on doors and talking to people.
Your regular donation will help us stand more candidates for more elections, and help the party do more to support the work of our members across the region.
See the list of North-West Officers if you want to get in touch with any of the North West Green Party officers
Within the North West there are a number of Local Parties; these are listed together with local contact people and websites under 'Local Parties'