Common Cause Foundation (CCF) creates public momentum for systemic social and environmental change by building on the psychology of shared cultural values.

We’re a small organisation looking to expand...

We want to recruit two or more people to build on our recent successes: building on our work with arts and cultural organisations; strengthening our online resources and training materials; deepening the support that we offer funders in bringing an understanding of values to their work with grantees; and reaching across causes to establish values-based solidarity.

We’d like to shape these new roles to fit passionate people.
Most importantly, the people who join our team will be convinced that the best way to meet today’s profound social and environmental challenges is by working with the compassion and connection that most people feel for one another, for other living things, and for the natural systems of which we’re a part.

Because we’re a very small organisation (currently just two part-time staff) we can think creatively about shaping these roles to suit the skills and motivations of people who are excited to work for us. We’re open-minded about how many days a week these people work, where they are based (though we anticipate this will be within the UK), and what combination of skills they bring. They will be able to think and work across different causes (both environmental and social) and will value intuitive and emotional responses to today’s challenges, while also bringing evidence-based rigour.

We’re looking to recruit people who will bring skills such as:

  • Building Networks
  • Supporting Learning
  • Delivering Compelling Communications
  • Delivering on fund-raising strategies
  • Assessing impact.

We offer a high level of flexibility around location and working hours.

Learn more about the opportunities and our ideas for the roles, and how to apply, here.

We’re seeking applications before 29th November, with interviews planned for early December.

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