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National Campaigner

Remote Worker

Job details

  • Remote with some requirement to travel to London office
  • £29,000 - £31,000 per year
  • 35 hours per week (Monday to Friday)
  • Full time, permanent

Working at Scope

  • Be a disability gamechanger
  • 27 days holiday per year
  • Flexible working
  • Discounts at gyms, restaurants and more

Job description

Overall purpose of Role:

This role is central to the delivery of campaigns planning and activity and will help Scope achieve a step-change in our externally facing campaigns work to deliver everyday equality for disabled people. This will involve developing meaningful online and offline campaigns activity for Scope’s social change campaigns in a variety of areas affecting disabled people.

As part of a well-established policy and campaigns team, we need an enthusiastic campaigner to help us translate our influencing work into engaging public-facing campaigns which bring supporters on this journey with us, with a particular focus on developing our digital campaigning programme of activity.

Main responsibilities and accountabilities: 

  • Lead on digital campaigning and online campaigner and supporter journeys across Scope to engage and retain campaigners.
  • Develop engaging and accessible online actions for campaigners to assist our social-change objectives, and stay abreast of trends in digital campaigning, identifying new methods for engagement.
  • Develop a range of engaging online and offline campaigning materials and resources 
  • Optimise Scope’s use of key digital campaigning software and content management systems, such as Engaging Networks, MailChimp and Raiser’s Edge 
  • Write excellent campaign messaging, bringing creativity to present complex ideas in an engaging way
  • Develop excellent relationships with Scope colleagues, fully harnessing Scope’s wider networks, whilst ensuring our campaigns adhere to internal processes and legal requirements
  • Develop plans to translate online journeys offline, working with wider Scope stakeholders, such as our retail network
  • Deliver online campaigns evaluation work, to ensure our campaigns activity is continually learning and improving

Key contacts

Internal contacts

  • Policy and campaigns team
  • Research team
  • Digital team
  • Retail team
  • Media and social media team

External contacts

  • Disabled people and their families 
  • Disabled People’s Organisations and other charities
  • Engaging Networks (campaigns software) staff

Person specification 


  • Experience of delivering social-change campaigning activity which achieve change
  • Good political judgement
  • Excellent communications skills, both written and verbal, with an ability to persuade and adapt to different audiences
  • Excellent relationship building skills
  • Knowledge and understanding of online and offline campaigning techniques
  • Experience and understanding of supporter journeys and building digital engagement
  • Ability to think creatively and develop innovative engagement tactics and involve disabled people in campaigning
  • Proactive in approach to work and ability to respond positively to change


  • Experience of using campaigns software such as Engaging Networks, email software, and an understanding of digital impact metrics
  • Experience of using databases such as Raiser’s Edge
  • Understanding a charity's role in social change
  • Experience of implementing activity from a campaigns strategy
  • Understanding of the social model of disability

Contact us

If you have any questions please get in touch.

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