Job Opportunity: OrganicLea, London.

Apr 5, 2016

Job Opportunity at OrganicLea Workers’ Cooperative: Lea Valley, London.


OrganicLea are recruiting for the role of Community Food Movement Builder.

Here is a job description in the words of OrganicLea:

“The role of community food movement builder involves maximising OrganicLea’s potential to inspire wider social change towards social and environmental justice! The focus of the role is on building skills, knowledge and passion for grass-roots change in the food system through awareness raising, movement building and facilitating connections between people involved in the community food movement at local, regional, national and international levels.”

How to Apply:

 Please write a brief cover letter explaining the following:

  • Why you are interested in the post
  • How your experience and skills relate to the post
  • Your work and training history (preferably attached as a CV)
  • Please also provide information on any unspent convictions

Application Deadline: Wednesday 13th April, 5pm

Application Feedback: Friday 15th April

Interviews at Hawkwood Community Plant Nursery, London: Wednesday 20 April, 9am-1pm

We hope that interviewees will also be available to join us on Saturday 16 April for the People’s Food Fair at the Hornbeam Centre (

Please email applications / enquiries to:

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