The Pagan Federation’s mission is to support all Pagans in ensuring they have the same rights as the followers of other beliefs and religions. Our main aim is to promote a positive profile for Pagans and Paganism through the provision of information and support to the media, official bodies and the greater community about Pagan beliefs and practices.
Pagan families encounter a wide range of obstacles, which can prevent them from practicing their beliefs, attending meetings, moots and events, or engaging fully with pagan communities. These posts exist to increase awareness and work towards overcoming barriers and challenges encountered by Pagan families.
You must be over 18 and a member of the Pagan Federation to apply. It is preferred that you have experience with families who have young children, but full training will be provided.
The Children and Families team have the following roles available:
Social Media Officer
As social media and website officer, your role is to provide support to the whole Children and Families Team while working closely with the Manager and their deputy. Your line manager is the Children and Families Manager or their deputy in the case of the Manager’s absence. You will also work closely with the other community support teams, the Community Support Officer and the Social Media Manager.
This role is here to serve our members and the Pagan community within the district you become liaison for as well as nationally through our offered services. You will assist the District team in your area with the members they serve in matters relating to children, their families and the practice of their Pagan faith as well as work within the Children and Families Team to ensure our services are provided nationally. Working closely with both your district and the Children and Families team members, your line managers are the Children and Families Manager and the District Manager for your area. You will also work occasionally with other Community Support teams and their members.
North West – covering Liverpool, Manchester, Lancashire and Cumbria
East Anglia – covering Cambridgeshire, Essex and Norfolk
South West – covering Dorset, Devon, Cornwall and Somerset
Central, Thames and Solent – covering Oxfordshire, Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire, Salisbury, Guildford, Isle of Wight and Reading
South East – covering Brighton and Hove, Bromley, Dartford, Surrey, West Sussex, East Sussex, Wells and East Kent