Campaigner vacancy

Platform is recruiting a new campaigner.

2.5 days per week – 20 hours (flexible) approx £31,000pa pro rata (based on a 40 hour week)

Deadline: noon on Monday 6th June.


Platform is looking for a new campaigner to work across a number of Platform projects. The successful candidate should be motivated to work towards climate justice, to democratise our energy system, and overcome oppression. They will work as part of a team on several Platform projects. These may include Fossil Free Culture, Voices that Shake!, Switched On London, building energy democracy, and mobilising to stop Europe’s new fossil fuel pipelines.

This is a flexible role. We expect the post-holder to particularly focus on one or more of the following:

Depending on the candidate’s strengths and motivation, the role can develop to emphasise one or more of these aspects.

In any case, the campaigner will be responsible for:

Images from Platform’s unauthorised Deadline Festival at Tate. Photo by Martin Lesanto-Smith

How to apply:

Please download the job description and person specification with details of how to apply.

If you would like to discuss the role or the application process informally, email us on [email protected] (you can ask us to ring you!).  If you’re unsure about something in the person specs, please give us a call!

Application Deadline:

Please submit your application by noon on Monday 6th June.

We are aiming to conduct a 1st round of interviews on 13th and 14th June, and a second round on 20th or 21st June.

Platform strives to apply equal opportunities principles both in its recruitment and in its work. We oppose all forms of discrimination on the grounds of colour, race, nationality, ethnic or national origin, gender, sexuality, marital status, religion, age or disability.

The successful candidate will be selected on the basis of how well they fit the person specification, as judged by their application materials and their interview performance.

We would particularly like to encourage applications from people of colour / black or brown people, who are currently under-represented in Platform. Where two or more candidates are judged to be of equal merit, priority may be given to a BME candidate as these groups are less well represented.

Due to the ridiculous and racist border restrictions in the UK, Platform is unfortunately unable to arrange work permits for applicants without UK residency.