The Green New Deal is a national action plan to tackle the climate and inequality crisis together. Achieving a transition on this scale will require sustained pressure on local and national government, from a broad-based, powerful, UK wide movement.

As part of our strategy to win, Green New Deal UK will be working with, supporting and developing GND ‘organising hubs’ around the UK.

Volunteer roles currently being recruited for:

UK Organising Team & Regional Organising Teams to support the vital work building public support and political pressure locally.


Paid roles currently being recruited for:

National Organiser – Initial 9 months fixed term

Location: London preferred but open to remote-working options with the flexibility to travel to London
Hours: 37.5 hrs
Start date: January
Compensation: £27000 pro-rata
Application instructions: please email your CV and a cover letter setting out in brief why you would like to join Green New Deal UK and what you would bring to the campaign for a Green New Deal to – Please put the job title in the subject line
Application Timeline: Applications will be accepted for this position until January 20th and interviews will be conducted the following week.

Full Job Description and Person Specification can be found here.


UK Organising Team

The central Organising Team will be looking to support Organising across the UK – setting strategy, developing resources and building, connecting and supporting local level organising everywhere.

Click here to see the roles and functions of this team. We’re looking for committed volunteers to take on this crucial work and build this movement. Specifically people who are:

  • -Committed to the principles of a Green New Deal and excited about making it a reality in the UK 
  • -Committed to climate justice and building an equitable movement; have a passion to help create hubs that are reflective of the communities they are in; willingness to have real talk about race, class and other layers of oppression in a climate justice movement 
  • -Experience in any of the below functions, or willingness to learn! 
  • -While we fully appreciate situations change constantly, we’re looking for people who can make a fairly consistent commitment (at least 5 hours a week) for an initial period of time (6 months)
  • -We’ll have some face to face organising meetings (likely London), but welcome people from across the UK happy to work remotely 

In return we provide a dynamic and supportive team culture, and the chance to learn and make a difference. Expenses covered.

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 Black, Asian and minority ethnic people; people with disabilities; people who identify as being LGTBQIA; people who have a mental health condition; and people who identify as working-class or have done so in the past.

If this sounds like you, please send a short expression of interest to by 6th January outlining which area you’d be interested in contributing to, a bit about yourself, your availability and whether you’d be able to attend an organising meeting on Sat 11th Jan in London.

Any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch: 


Regional Organiser

Location: Nationwide – we’ll be recruiting a team of 5 or 6 Organisers per region

Hours: 5 hours a week +, with six month minimum commitment  

Start date: Training and induction to take place on the 27-29th of March

Role Description: GND Regional Organiser – Role  Description.pdf 

Application form:

Deadline for applications 11.59pm Sunday 1st March. 

Successful applicants will be notified on Wednesday 4th March   

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Darran McLaughlin, Regional Training Organiser:

If you would like more information about Green New Deal UK, the Green New Deal strategy and organising plans, we’ll be hosting an open Introduction Webinar: 6pm, Tuesday 11th Feb, and 11am, Sat 22nd Feb – register to attend here

(this is entirely voluntary and will not affect your application to be a Regional Organiser)