We currently have one vacancy in our Edinburgh office.

For more details and to apply, download a job pack at the relevant link below. Please note we only accept applications in Word format:

We are looking for one part-time position in Edinburgh:

The Electoral Reform Society is the UK’s leading voice for democratic reform.

We operate on a simple premise – that politics can be better than it is. We work with everyone – from political parties, civil society groups and academics, to our own members and supporters and the wider public – to campaign for a better democracy in the UK.

Our vision is of a democracy fit for the 21st century, where every voice is heard, every vote is valued equally, and every citizen is empowered to take part. We make the case for lasting political reforms, we seek to embed democracy into the heart of public debate, and we foster the democratic spaces which encourage active citizenship.

The ERS recognises and values diversity, and we particularly welcome applicants from backgrounds which are under-represented in politics.


Campaigns Organiser (Part-time, Edinburgh)

This new post will be a key role in delivering the Society’s objectives in Scotland. You will be part of a flexible team of five based in Scotland, working closely with colleagues in our Cardiff and London offices and in partnership with other organisations.

The main skill sets required are in policy analysis and production, political communication, organising and campaigning. You should have a sound knowledge of the Scottish democratic, social and political scenes and a good grasp of and commitment to the Society’s issues. You will be experienced in writing for a variety of audiences and able to represent the Society confidently and competently at external meetings, conferences and events.

For full details of the role, including a job description and person specification, please download a job pack.

Deadline for applications:              Friday 8 December 5pm

Interviews take place:                      Thursday 14 December in Edinburgh