£40k - 44k per year
020 7820 7324
about 2 years ago
Harris Hill is proud to be partnering with World Animal Protection in its search for a Global Campaign Lead to focus on its core Wildlife campaign.
Based in London or Bangkok, with the additional possibility of Sydney and the Philippines, you'll deliver key projects for World Animal Protection's Wildlife Not Entertainers award-winning campaign, transforming the wildlife tourism industry to end the cruel treatment of elephants, tigers, dolphins and other wild animals.
Collaborating with colleagues with both global and national remits across the world, you'll develop and deliver inspiring and innovative campaign strategies, with a particular focus on corporate advocacy and supporter and public mobilisation.
This position requires a cause-driven, strategic campaigner with experience of campaign strategy, design and implementation, ideally on the global stage and additionally in a leadership capacity. A background in animal welfare campaigning is not essential, but rather an understanding of the key issues at hand: perhaps you're currently campaigning for women's rights or environmental sustainability, for example.
It is important to note that if based in London, the position will include an element of international travel, particularly to the Asia-Pacific region.
In short, this is an excellent opportunity for a career campaigner to make a tangible difference to the lives of animals worldwide and associate their name with a high-profile, award-winning global campaign.
This is a full-time, permanent opportunity paying up to £44,000 / up to 2m Thai Baht p.a., with flexible working policies in place. I will be submitting a final shortlist on the morning of September 3rd, with an application process of a CV and tailored covering letter. If you are interested in this position, please send your most recent CV to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Please note that only suitable candidates will be contacted.