Elect Her
IT & Communication Technology, Marketing & Communications, Project Management
Salary Details
£27,000 pro/rata
Contract Type
Hours per Week
4 days per week.
Closing Date
The purpose of this role is to support the implementation of Elect Her’s strategy in Scotland, to demystify Scotland’s democracy and support women to find their role within it.

Job Description

This person will work closely with the Programme team which currently comprises of a Programme Coordinator and the Director to co-create the programme of work and collaborate with the Communications Team to ensure it is promoted to the women of Scotland.

Place of work: Remote working with some travel required for in person meetings and events in Scotland when appropriate.

The key elements of the role are:

  •  Coordinate a bi-annual programme of workshops, webinars, events, and training programmes for women.
  •  Coordinate the development of Elect Her’s learning hub; a suite of fully accessible, women centred political literacy resources.
  • Coordinate logistics for in-person events.

Role Responsibilities

  • Coordinate the biannual programme of activity for women in Scotland
  •  Utilise project management tools to create project plans for each series of activities
  •  Collaborate with the communications team to ensure all activity is promoted and embedded in the organisation's comms plan.
  • Create and oversee registration process and participant engagement for each activity.
  • Write copy to promote activities through our website.
  •  Manage participants and communicate regularly with the community of women engaging in our work.
  •  Communicate with guest speakers we invite to participate and share their experiences across our programmes, communications, and resources.
  •  Coordinate with our team of facilitators to ensure their availability and engagement.
  •  Coordinate evaluation activity, capturing the experiences of women participating in our workshops and trainings.

Support the development of the learning hub

  •  Coordinate the creation of political literacy resources
  •  Upload updated training content to our online learning platform
  • Work with partners to develop training content and resources available in BSL.

Coordinate event logistics

  •  Work with the Programme team to design and curate events (live and digital)
  •  Host or produce online events and meetings.
  •  Develop and maintain partnerships with key organisations working in intersectional feminism and political literacy across Scotland.
  •  Collaborate with partners where appropriate in scheduling and activity coordination.
  •  Follow inclusion and access guidelines to ensure all activity is fully accessible to all women wishing to access it.


The ideal candidate will be resourceful and organised with great attention to detail. You will be flexible and enjoy variety, with strong people skills to build great relationships with the organisation’s community and many stakeholders. You will be process orientated with a proven track record in project management. The role has considerable development potential and could suit someone developing a career in project or
organisation management and build a broad skillset.You will love what you do, have a passion for feminism and community and love the collaborative nature of a creative working environment. You’re a team player but have an entrepreneurial spirit running through your veins which means you transform an idea or a brief into something new and innovative. You will be proactive, efficient, and organised individual with excellent coordination and administration skills You will be based in Scotland, happy to work remotely and travel to in-person meetings
when required.

Essential experience and skills

  •  Ability to utilise a wide range of management skills and techniques to ensure the effective use of resources and so enable successful project delivery.
  •  Ability to plan and organise and to ensure that deadlines and agreed targets are met.
  •  The ability to use your initiative and make decisions under pressure.
  •  Excellent oral, written and presentational communication skills
  •  Excellent interpersonal skills in group and one-to-one situation
  •  Experience of working successfully on multiple projects at the same time
  •  Demonstratable understanding of Scotland’s political environment including structures, roles, and processes
  • A strong commitment to intersectional work
  •  A commitment to listening to the experience of others and embedding what you learn into your work.
  •  A demonstratable passion for gender equality.
  •  Good hands-on abilities in Microsoft Office and other specialist project management applications.

Desirable experience and skills

  •  Experience in meeting, workshop, or training facilitation.
  •  Experience of sound financial management in line with agreed budgets and timescales.

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Company Description

At Elect Her we believe that the world will be a better place when more women are in power. Equal representation of those creating the laws is essential. We will continue with our work until at least 51% of elected representatives across all spheres of office in Britain are women.
There is a lack of equal representation in Government and we’re intent on changing this.