Last September, the SKWAWKBOX exclusively revealed a shake-up in the Labour Party’s campaigning, with the decision not to replace outgoing campaigns head Patrick Heneghan in favour of recruiting ‘community organisers’ to help integrate new members and build the party’s profile and impact in ‘post-industrial’ communities.
Labour is now recruiting seven community organisers and two lead community organisers. The lead organisers will be based in London and the organisers across the country as follows:
- 3 in Scotland
- 1 in the West Midlands – initially based in Stoke
- 1 in the South East – initially based in Hastings
- 1 in Yorkshire & Humber – initially based in Shipley
- 1 in the East Midlands Region – initially based in Mansfield
For full details of these and other vacancies and salaries, see here.
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