Vacancies at ForcesWatch

ForcesWatch is a non-profit organisation based in London, which conducts research and campaigning on ethical issues concerning the military, young people and society in the UK. We monitor and report on military recruitment practices, support groups and individuals challenging them, and work for changes in recruitment policy and human rights issues within the military. We challenge efforts to embed militarist values in civil society.

The successful candidates will share the concerns of ForcesWatch and be keen to support our work.

Both positions will be based at the ForcesWatch office in Kings Cross.

The closing date for both positions is 6pm, Monday 23 May 2016

There is no fixed starting date for either of these positions. While we are keen that the new staff start soon, this is less important than appointing the right people.

UPDATE: We have had a few enquiries as to whether it would be possible for one person to do both of these jobs. While we would not rule this out, our preference is to appoint two people and, as the positions require different skills and experience, we think it unlikely that one person would have everything we are looking for.  Please get in touch if you would like to discuss this further - office@forceswatch.net.


Outreach Worker

We are seeking an enthusiastic and experienced campaigner who shares our concerns and is eager to raise awareness, create opportunities for change, and to empower people to take action. 

The Outreach Worker will be an important member of a small and friendly team that works in a co-operative and inclusive way, delivering our education and other outreach work but also participating in developing the organisation’s strategy and policies and the growing reputation of ForcesWatch as a reliable and important source of research, information and resources. 

If you are able to demonstrate strong networking and communication skills, sound political judgement and be motivated to create debate and influence policy and practice, please get in touch.

Hours: 28 hours (3.5 days) a week. One year initial contract.

Salary: £27,293 p.a. pro-rata plus 5% pension

Download the application pack here. 


Administration Worker 

We are seeking someone with a good level of knowledge and skills across a range of financial, communications, and office systems, taking on the day to day work of book-keeping, managing donations and communications with funders, and developing and maintaining office systems. 

The Administration Worker will be part of a small and friendly team that works in a cooperative and inclusive way, carrying out the key administrative tasks of the organisation and supporting the work of colleagues when appropriate.

8 hours (1 day) a week, preferably 4 hours on 2 separate days. One year initial contract.

Salary: £27,293 p.a. pro-rata plus 5% pension

Download the application pack here.