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Humane Society International/UK, Remote
Circa £48,000 per year, depending on experience
Senior Manager, Farmed animal campaigns
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Reset Communities and Refugees, Remote
£55,000 per year
Leading Reset's programmes, you will manage two teams, build relationships across Whitehall and with funders, and develop our training offer
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£38,000 per year
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The Climate Emergency Collaboration Group (CECG), Remote
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Dimensions, Remote
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Circa £48,000 per year, depending on experience
Contract (12 months with intent to become permanent)
Job description

Senior Manager, Farmed animal campaigns

About us

Humane Society International/UK is a global animal protection organisation, striving for a better future for animals through advocacy, education, and hands-on programmes. HSI/UK is a leading force for animal protection, with hundreds of thousands of supporters across the country. We are an effective voice for animals, with active programmes in wildlife protection, alternatives to animal experiments, and farmed animal welfare. A small but effective team, HSI/UK has big ambitions to create further positive change for animals both here in the UK and around the world.

About the position

Responsible for the strategic leadership and effective delivery of HSI UK’s farmed animals campaigns, this role is an exciting opportunity to create change at scale. The purpose of the position is to deliver a measurable reduction in the number of animals suffering on farms, through two main campaign channels: management of HSI UK’s Forward Food programme, which informs, drives and practically supports corporate and food service stakeholders to adopt a transition to more plant-centric menus; and management of targeted campaigns to eliminate the worst intensive farming practices in the UK (e.g. farrowing crates).

If you are results-oriented, persuasive, organised, have a commitment to animal protection and, ideally, have a good knowledge of animal agriculture and welfare challenges then we would like to hear from you.

Key areas of responsibility: 

  • Create strategies, workplans and messaging for HSI/UK’s Forward Food programme and anti-confinement campaigns, towards achievement of agreed goals;
  • Manage effective delivery of HSI’s Forward Food programme, through organizing and delivering culinary trainings and impact measurement;
  • Secure formal agreements on commitments from food service corporates/institutions to reduce procurement of animal products and to adopt cage and crate-free policies;
  • Represent HSI/UK at stakeholder groups relating to health, diet and sustainability, and farm animal protection, including presenting our Forward Food programme’s approach and impact;
  • Work closely with HSI/UK’s policy and public affairs staff to deliver compelling and informed advocacy to UK political stakeholders to secure policies that catalyse a just protein transition, including a shift in public funds away from intensive animal agriculture;
  • Work in collaboration with HSI/UK’s Communications staff to promote plant-centric diets, and to build public support for cage and crate-free campaigns, in public-facing communications, including working with media and celebrity ambassadors;
  • Ensure that fundraising colleagues are equipped with the necessary information on strategies and impact to make and report against successful funding proposals for HSI/UK’s farmed animal programmes;
  • Regular, proactive internal communication, alignment with HSI’s global goals for farmed animals, and reporting on progress towards agreed targets.

About you

Our successful candidate will be a confident, articulate and positive with a proven track record of strategic leadership and management in the delivery of effective campaigns. A proactive self-starter, you will have demonstrable experience of managing and developing compelling, focused and ambitious campaign strategies and a solution-focused approach to overcoming obstacles. You will have experience of building strategic relationships with stakeholders, in both the private and public sector, in order to deliver agreed goals. You will have ambition and drive for creating positive change for animal protection; a willingness to constantly learn and develop the most impactful, cost-effective, audience-tailored approaches; and your work will be solidly underpinned by regular evaluation of progress and impact with a view to further improving strategies.

We are searching for an experienced campaigns professional to make a difference and be part of a successful global team. If that’s you, please get in touch!

To apply, please submit your CV and a covering letter via the CharityJob website by 11pm Sunday 24th March. 

Posted on: 01 March 2024
Closing date: 24 March 2024 at 23:00
Tags: Campaigning,Management