Tax Justice UK Vacancy Deadline 13th July

Tax Justice UK (TJ-UK) is building political momentum for progressive tax reform. They have received funding from the Joffe Trust and Trust for London to hire a partnerships & movement lead. The role is designed to help support the wider UK tax justice movement.

They're looking for an experienced strategic partnerships manager and movement builder. The person will build support for tax reform from charities and campaign groups, academics and trade unions, think tanks and grassroots organisations. They need someone who is diplomatic, strategic and politically switched on, and comfortable engaging with complex policy issues. The person will be the organisation's third employee and so will have an opportunity to help a young organisation grow and achieve impact. This will mean getting involved in all aspects of Tax Justice UK, including strategy development, communications and keeping the organisation running.

This role is 4 days / 28 hours a week. They are actively encouraging people who are interested in flexible working to apply. Working hours can be spread throughout the year e.g. to coincide with school holidays or other caring responsibilities.

The person will be helping Tax Justice UK to:

· build a collaborative tax justice movement

· shape a tax reform agenda

· support Tax Justice UK's growth

They will have:

· a track record of building strong, and strategic, partnerships to achieve political change

· experience of dealing with complicated policy issues

· the ability to thrive in a young organisation, where they will drive their own projects, as well as shape the organisation's overall approach

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