Across the country the aim for every Labour CLP should be to campaign for change in our local communities and campaign to get our candidates elected.
The Campaign Co-ordinator is an important role within a local Labour Party in achieving this aim; it requires someone who is committed, reliable, strategic and able to carry the respect of everyone working in the CLP.
Key Responsibilities and tasks
- Putting together a campaign plan that should focus on the next set of elections but also look towards the one after as well
- Be outward looking and embrace community organising techniques in order to build campaigns that reflect our communities and increase our capacity to campaign.
- Show leadership but also delegate, develop and create a team
- Motivating members, supporters and volunteers and developing the capacity/organisational ability on the ground, incorporating new campaign techniques using Contact Creator, Campaign Creator and NationBuilder
- Identifying talent in others, encouraging and supporting those who want to get involved.
- Identifying training opportunities and requirements
- Working closely with candidates, elected representatives, Party Officers, neighbouring CLPs and existing structures to ensure that an effective, co-ordinated campaign is delivered in the area