VOLUNTEER RECRUITMENT    
We have a great team, all of whom are unpaid volunteers working really hard to push the campaign forward.  We are always looking to add to it by recruiting additional volunteers to help with important activity.   To us, your time is priceless. Whether you can volunteer for a few hours every so often or a regular weekly shift, you’ll play a crucial part in keeping your Campaign progressing.  Please take a look at the kind of roles we are looking to fill and if you have any relevant experience and time and are highly self-motivated to make significant contribution to see this campaign succeed then please let us know.  Clearly indicate the type of role you are interested in, the skills you have and the time available and also send your CV as an attachment by email to ​​​ waspi_campaign@outlook.com

Communications Specialists - To help the PR & Communications team & support Group Coordinators by assisting with preparation of briefing materials and written correspondence, arranging meetings and interviews.  We require volunteers with good oral and written communication, influencing and negotiation skills, with the ability to adapt to different audiences. Preferred is knowledge and understanding of UK Parliament processes, and experience influencing Members of Parliament and building political support through engagement with wider audiences.

Administrators - To add to the team of current volunteers and help with general administrative including setting up & maintaining databases and admin processes. Requiring intermediate Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word and experience working with file sharing such as Dropbox. 
 
Accountant - We already have a Finance Director and Accounting Technician on board but we now seek a volunteer who is ACCA qualified to oversee & assist with Governance processes. With broad core accounting skills and knowledge and including managing the production of statutory accounts and related HMRC & Company House returns and external governance Audit Process and VAT opinions

Researcher in Fundraising - Seeking an experienced, resourceful and proactive researcher to join our Campaign Team. Working to identify, analyse and share insights, you will help to drive substantial income in order to meet the WASPI Campaign’s mission to fight the injustice done to women born in the 1950s . Experience using online research resources and other forms of information to produce clear documents to inform decision making in relation to fundraising and grant applications.

Campaign Director - It will be the appointee’s task to maintain and extend the profile and credibility of the WASPI Campaign and to ensure the organisation operates effectively as a representative body, drawing together the effort of all our keen campaigners throughout the UK.  Our supporters are passionate and keen to raise the momentum of the Campaign and we are seeking a passionate leader who can motivate them and organise our next Campaign objectives.

To be successful you must understand the political landscape, and have experience of representing an organisation publicly to the media and a wide range of audiences. The successful candidate will demonstrate effective networking, influencing and negotiating skills, and will bring a constructive, positive and balanced approach. You must be a good listener who can broker conversations and gain the instant credibility of others. You will be motivated, enthusiastic and able to take the initiative to drive parliamentary engagement with our campaign

Fundraising Manager - Volunteers who are fundraising professionals with experience preferably with major donors, businesses, trusts and foundations.  Most important is your drive and energy which inspires others and gets results. If this is you, you’ll be as brilliant at strategy and planning as you are in developing creative proposals and building great relationships.

No dark corner for our fundraisers! Our ability to change the political landscape depends on our ability to raise funds.  We are putting fundraising and our wonderful donors right at the heart of the campaign.

Paralegals - We require additional volunteer paralegals ideally with experience within Public Law, to assist with case preparation for Parliamentary Ombudsman complaints. As a Campaign we are committed to protecting 1950s born women’s rights and the post holder should have good communication skills in order to be able to work effectively with all types of people.

Volunteers will be expected to have excellent analytical and organisational skills, be committed to teamwork, take a thorough approach to documenting their work, and the ability to use their own initiative. This position would suit motivated individuals with intelligence and sound judgment.

If you are passionate and motivated about women’s rights and thrive on being busy and can adapt well to new challenges, then this high profile Campaign offers a rewarding role. You must be IT literate and attentive to detail, with proven expertise in client care, evidence gathering and organisation.