Do you want to work for a progressive, professional organisation that really makes a difference? Then think about joining our enthusiastic and dedicated team. We are committed to getting Labour into government both locally and nationally, ensuring that that it is Labour values and policies that are implemented, making a real difference to the lives of millions of ordinary people.
The great thing about working for Labour is that the organisation is not powered by profit motive but by a desire for progressive change. Our staff are motivated and inspired by the principles and values of the Labour Party that together we can achieve more then we can do alone. This is why the Labour Party is an accredited Living Wage employer, we believe that work should pay not just for our own staff but for working families across the country.
Labour Party staff work across two head offices - one in Newcastle and one in London, in Westminster, and across 12 other offices throughout England, Scotland and Wales.
There are good terms and conditions and excellent holiday entitlement, plus the buzz that comes from being part of an election fighting and election winning team.
We need people with a variety of skills and a variety of backgrounds and experiences. Vacancies will be posted here when they arise, so please keep checking this website for our latest vacancies.
Please note that the Labour Party does not offer internships. If you are interested in volunteering then click on the volunteer link below.
The Labour Party is committed to encourage, value and manage diversity through the development and value of positive policies to promote equality of opportunity for all.
The Labour Party will strive to ensure that all new, existing or prospective members of staff are treated in a fair and equal manner regardless of the employees' gender, race, disability, sexual orientation, age, religion or belief. The Labour Party is committed to attaining a workforce that is representative of the communities from which we are drawn.
Our selection criteria and procedures are kept under constant review to ensure that individuals are selected, promoted and treated on the basis of their relevant merits, experience, and abilities. To ensure the effective implementation of our Diversity policy it is necessary to collect information from all employees and job applicants on a number of key characteristics relating to equality and diversity in the work place through the use of Diversity monitoring. We would therefore ask that all job applicants complete our Diversity Monitoring Form and return it along with their CV and covering letter, the diversity form will be separated from your application on receipt. The diversity form can be found here >>>>>
The Labour Party as an accredited employer and supporter of the Positive About Employing Disabled People scheme we are dedicated to taking reasonable steps to remove, alter, or provide a means of avoiding any physical feature of premises which makes access to services/premises impossible or unreasonably difficult for disabled people. We are also as a party committed to building One Nation, where all have a stake and no-one is held back because of who they are, proud to support the Time to Change pledge and play our part in tackling mental health stigma and discrimination, and promoting fairness and opportunity for all.
We operate a Two Ticks scheme for all disabled persons who meet the "minimum criteria" of any advertised post. Further details on the scheme can be found here >>>>>