We’re hiring a new Organiser! 

** DEADLINE – 11:59pm, 28th June 2021 **

Location: Preferably London but other locations will be considered (currently working from home)
Salary: £27,416 pro-rata
Interview date: 7th July 2021, via Zoom
 4 days per week (80% FTE), fixed-term contract to start as soon as possible and by no later than 2nd August 2021, and end 6 months later with the strong possibility of extension
Benefits: 7.5% employer matched pension after probation, flexible working and 25 days holiday pro-rata per year (plus bank holidays and Christmas break)
Reporting to: Lead Organiser

Nurses United is a campaign organisation that builds power for nurses, their patients and our NHS. That’s why we’re excited to announce that we’re recruiting a new Organiser, on a fixed-term contract, to join our team and help us deliver our campaigns in 2021.

Our work centres around organising nurses and the public to:

So now we are looking for someone who is a skilled and experienced organiser or thinks they have the transferrable skills to learn the role!  You’ll work closely with our Lead Organiser and frontline nurses from diverse backgrounds and experiences. You need to: be committed to building the power of social movements; have the ability to talk to and build trust with a diverse range of people including members, our stakeholders and volunteers; have experience campaigning online, and have a commitment to fighting oppression in all its forms.

If this sounds like you, what are you waiting for??? 

DEADLINE – 11:59pm, 28th June 2021.
The Organiser will receive £27,416 pro-rata for 4 days per week (80% FTE), on a fixed-term contract to start as soon as possible and by no later than 2nd August 2021, and end 6 months later with the strong possibility of extension.

Key dates: You’ll need to be available for an interview on the 7th July 2021 by Zoom call.

If you’re interested but have questions about the work or the application, get in touch with me at anthony@nursesuniteduk.org to schedule a chat.

To apply please download our application pack, which includes the Job Description, and return it to anthony@nursesuniteduk.org by 11:59pm on 28th June 2021.



We are committed to providing equal opportunities for everyone regardless of their background. We acknowledge that people from certain backgrounds are under-represented in progressive movements and we’re committed to doing what we can to correct this. We are particularly keen to receive applications from women, people of colour; people with disabilities; people who identify as being LGBTQIA+; people with mental health conditions; people who identify as neurodivergent and people who identify as working-class or have done so in the past. You do not need to be a nurse to apply for this position.

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