Corporate Watch is Recruiting

Corporate Watch is recruiting for two new co-op members. These are no ordinary jobs! Those interested in climbing the NGO career ladder need not apply. If you want to work for what you believe in this could be for you.

We are a not-for-profit co-operative based in London carrying out research, journalism and analysis to support people affected by, and those taking action against, corporations and capitalism.

One of the positions is to continue our work on migration. For the other, we are inviting applicants to suggest new areas of work.

We are also looking to expand our skills within the co-op, for example in graphic design, web-design/maintenance, and/or video and audio editing, and welcome applications for both positions from those with these skills.

Both of the positions will involve researching and producing materials for grassroots groups. As a workers’ co-op we share responsibility for running the organisation and administrative tasks. We support each other in our work and there are no bosses or line managers.

Both positions are 30 hours per week and pay £8.25 per hour.

We are looking to improve the diversity in the co-op, and to avoid reinforcing society’s power imbalances, so we particularly welcome applications from those often disadvantaged by mainstream society.

Applications to be submitted by: 15 March 2016. Please download the application pack documents by clicking on the links below.

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If you have any questions please email contact [at]


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