The following are the list of roles Tewkesbury Labour Party members can apply for at our AGM.

Chair: Facilitates meetings, decisions and ensures the local party operates fairly and openly by ensuring everyone is listened to and has their say.

Secretary: Acts as the figurehead in the local party who organises and ensures everything gets done.

Treasurer: Takes charge of the local party’s finances, and helps the local party build the financial resources to run effective campaigns by setting budgets and fundraising targets.

Vice-Chair: Stands in when the Chair is not available and helps the other officers make sure everything gets done.

Vice-Chair (Membership): Leads on engagement and retention ensuring the local party grows, and members feel valued, are up to date on how they can get involved and get as much as they can out of their membership.

Policy Officer: Leads policy making process and encourages members to help develop Labour Party policy.

Women’s Officer: Represents women members and ensures the local party engages with women voters.

BAME Officer: Represents BAME members and ensures the local party engages with Black Asian and Ethnic Minority voters.

Disability Officer: Represents disabled members and ensures the local party engages with disabled voters.

LGBT+ Officer: Represents LGBT members and ensures the local party engages with LGBT voters.

Youth Officer: Represents young members and makes sure the local party engages with young voters.

Trade Union Liaison Officer: Strengthens the link between affiliated trade unions and the local party.

Political Education Officer: Organises and facilitates regular political education events and discussions.

Communications and Social Media Officer: Works to provide a proactive communications strategy, and increase the local party’s profile and campaigns in local press and broadcast media (Communcations). Co-ordinates a presence online and helps run integrated campaigns using digital channels alongside more traditional methods (Social Media).


Campaign Co-ordinator: Leads on the planning and delivery of constituency based campaigning – elected by the Campaign Committee.

Community Involvement Co-ordinator: Helps develop relationships between the local party and community, identify key issues, and work with community leaders and local people to develop and lead winnable campaigns.

Membership Retention and Recruitment Co-ordinator: Encourages existing members to retain their membership and recruits new members.

Fundraising Co-ordinator: Ensures the local party has the funds to meet its financial commitments and supports campaigning.

Information Technology Co-ordinator: Ensures that the local party is using technology to engage with members, supporters and the public, and to further their campaign goals.

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