£50,000 - £55,000 (dependent on experience) plus benefits
38 Degrees is made up of more than 2 million people from all walks of life across the UK. We have different backgrounds and opinions, but we all agree - politics works better when more of us get involved.38 Degrees helps make that happen, by giving people in every corner of the country the tools to make our voices heard on the issues we care about. Together, we sign online petitions, chip in to fund expert research and talk to our MPs. In the space of a week, millions of members could be campaigning on anything from protecting our NHS and stopping cuts to Universal Credit, to saving local libraries and pushing for laws that welcome more refugees. We run campaigns which help make Britain a better and fairer place to live.
38 Degrees is independent. The 2 million of us who take part vote for all political parties and none, and were funded by tens of thousands of small donations from members of the public.
We dont just seek to change the outside world either; at 38 Degrees, were always learning how to be even more mindful of how our country, our priorities and our team is changing, and are as responsive as possible to ensure our culture is as inclusive and considerate as humanly and technologically possible.
The 38 Degrees culture is honest, kind, supportive, courageous, and respectful. We move fast, and frequently change plans to respond to events. We work hard but we also have fun. Were currently a team of 30 staff based in London, Edinburgh and elsewhere throughout the UK.
Reporting to the People and Operations Director, the People Partner will provide operational and strategic support as required by the People and Operations Director across 38 Degrees.
The People Partner will be responsible for coordinating and managing areas of People services across the employee life cycle acting as the primary People lead when the need arises and supporting organisational wide initiatives as agreed by the People and Operations Director.
The successful candidate must have the right to work in the UK at the time of appointment.
38D is in the process of sourcing new offices and therefore until such time this has been secured (timeline not known just at the moment, but successful candidates will be kept informed) , the role will be remote working.
Thereafter, the person will need to be in the office a minimum of 2 days.
How to apply
Application is by way of a CV and a Supporting Statement. For specific instructions as part of this process please download the job pack.
Selection and timescales:
Interviewing starting w/c 26th of October
The format of the interviews will be determined by the COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions that apply at the time.