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Last chance to apply for ALDC internship – a Lib Dem Jobwatch special

The Association of Liberal Democrat Councillors and Campaigners, to give it its Sunday name, is recruiting two paid Campaigns and Communications internships based in Manchester from next month to June next year.

From their site:

This is a full-time role, paid at the UK National Minimum Wage (£6.50 per hour for over 21 years olds), based at our Manchester city centre offices.

ALDC is the national organisation for Liberal Democrat councillors and campaigners. This is an exciting opportunity to be involved in the work of the organisation in the run up to the 2015 General Election.

The successful applicants will be helping us with our campaigns output, our communications and social media, and also helping campaign ‘on the ground’ with one of our partner local parties in Greater Manchester.

Successful candidates must have sympathy with the aims and values of the Liberal Democrats.

The deadline for applications is Monday 22 September 2014.
Interviews will take place in central Manchester on Tuesday 30 September 2014.

You can find out more details, including how to apply, here.

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Liberal Democrat Jobwatch – 29 January 2014

If you fancy working for the Liberal Democrats, there’s a good variety of jobs on offer at the moment whether you’re a campaigner, researcher or administrator. Here’s a selection, taken from Work 4 an MP.

LDHQ based jobs

First up is a Presidential Intern for Tim Farron’s office. Don’t be fooled by the term intern because it pays quite reasonably, but is only until the end of July 2014. You’ll have to get in quick, though, because the closing date is next Monday.

Liberal Democrat Women are looking for a part-time administrator:

This position will be to support the LDW Executive, including helping

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Liberal Democrat Job Watch – 24 July 2013

Fancy working for the Liberal Democrats? There are a fair few jobs to choose from over on Work for an MP website which includes both party jobs and jobs with parliamentarians.  There are opportunities in the north, south and east of mainland UK.


There are two jobs in Scotland. Jo Swinson is looking for a caseworker in her East Dunbartonshire office:

An empathetic, organised, highly efficient individual is sought for the role of Caseworker to Jo Swinson MP. The role is permanent, based on a working week of 37.5 hours. The position is based within a lively and dynamic team in

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Liberal Democrat Job Watch – 3 July 2013

Fancy working for the Liberal Democrats? There are a fair few jobs to choose from over on the Work for an MP website, which includes party jobs as well as working for parliamentarians.

Top job

The press team at Lib Dem HQ is full of lovely people. They all work incredibly hard and there are too few of them, but that’s par for the course in this party. If a fast moving and challenging job is for you, then you might be interested in being the new Broadcast Officer:

We are looking for an exceptional individual with a thorough understanding of the

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