Anyone’s Child Coordinator

SALARY: £18,000 (pro rata) per annum 

HOURS: 3 days per week

DURATION: 1 year contract

Reporting to: Deputy Chief Executive/ Campaign Manager Anyone’s Child

Works with: All staff, Volunteers

LOCATION: Bristol (some travel in the UK will be required)



We are looking for a committed and enthusiastic individual to join our friendly, dedicated team in Bristol. This job is an opportunity to support real change and work with the incredible families and activist network involved in the Anyone’s Child Campaign.

The successful candidate will support Transform’s Anyone’s Child campaign by helping to build the activist network. They will assist with event organisation; develop our social media strategy and web presence; work with key stakeholders and policy makers and support activists in their campaign work.

Transform is committed to diversity and equality in all its work. We welcome and encourage Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic applicants as these are underrepresented in our sector.

Closing Date: 

Monday, 28th October 2019 – 23:45

How to Apply: 

Please send your CV and a covering letter (max 2 pages) via email to: Emma Caldwell 

Contact Person:

Emma Caldwell

Contact Email:

Contact Phone: 

0117 3250295



To assist the Anyone’s Child Campaign Manager in building the Anyone’s Child activist network according to the campaign strategy.



The post holder will work closely with other staff and in particular with Transform’s Deputy Chief Executive and Anyone’s Child Campaign Manager and the Chief Executive to build, support and administer the Anyone’s Child activist network.


Events and meetings

  1. Assist with the planning and carrying out of Anyone’s Child public events.
  2. Help to set up training workshops, including travel, venue, materials, equipment and feedback.
  3. Help to coordinate quarterly and regional meetings between family group members to ensure regular, timely, effective and efficient collaboration.
  4. Regularly liaise and collaborate with partner organisations as required.
  5. Minute meetings as required


  1. Undertake basic research as directed
  2. Edit stories for publication where appropriate.
  3. Assist with building international network.

Website and development and maintenance

  1. Upload new content and ensure that the website is kept up to date.
  2. Contribute to the design of any new sections.
  3. Develop social media content 
  4. Draft a monthly e-newsletter


  1. Liaise with colleagues where appropriate ensuring relevant information is shared.
  2. Ensure the efficient collection, updating, storage and retrieval of appropriate contact information on a database.
  3. Help with administration for financial reporting purposes, ensuring that correspondence and records are kept according to procedure.
  4. Assist with other administrative tasks as required.

General Responsibilities

  1. Actively participate as a member of the staff team.
  2. Attend and contribute to relevant meetings.
  3. Participate in training as required.
  4. Work in accordance with the Data Protection Act.
  5. Be responsible for your own and colleagues health and safety and to work in accordance with Transform’s Health and Safety Policy.
  6. Adhere to other relevant policies and carry out duties in accordance with Transform’s mission.
  7. Undertake any other reasonable duties as required.


Person Specification


Essential skills:

  • Capacity to work independently in an organised, creative and innovative manner.
  • High level of emotional intelligence and ability to deal with vulnerable people in a sensitive and appropriate manner.
  • Familiarity with ICT and competent with basic office software.
  • Interest in campaigning for drug policy reform.
  • Good telephone manner.
  • Strong written, verbal and face-to-face communication skills.
  • Commitment to teamwork.
  • Basic understanding of budgets, pricing and negotiating.


Highly desirable

  • Trained in counselling
  • Familiar with indesign, wordpress and canva 


How to Apply: 

Please send your CV and a covering letter (max 2 pages) via email to: Emma Caldwell