Camden, London, Greater London

£39,050 – £44,050


About the organisation

10:10 isn’t just something you support; it’s something you do. We’re on the way to a cleaner, cleverer, low-carbon world, and everyone deserves a ... Read more

Job Description

Head of Campaign Communications

Camden Town, North London

£39,050 – £44,050 based on performance and experience

Hi, we’re 10:10 – we bring people together to do bold, beautiful things that help tackle climate change. You’re an experienced communicator and PR champion who wants to use your powers to make the world a better place. We should talk!

10:10 is all about the positive, practical stuff; taking a collective approach that turns individual actions at a local level into a force for bigger changes. We don’t have any secret formulas or silver bullets, but we do have an amazing community of people working together to cut carbon at home, put solar on their local school, save their local bus service or repower their entire village with clean energy.

So we dream up projects, build tools and spread success stories to make sure these people have the help and inspiration they need to keep going further. Now we need your help to get their stories out to millions more people, and change the way Britain thinks, talks and acts on climate change.

You’ll develop and deliver a strategy to get our campaigns out across press, broadcast, online and social media for maximum impact. Whether it’s getting coverage for a campaign launch, reaching out to grassroots organisations to share success stories or connecting with new audiences via social media, you’ll thrive on finding the right channel for 10:10’s messages.

Please send a CV and covering letter, as two separate attachments and ensure that you include ‘head of campaign communications’ in the subject line. Make sure you explain why you would be suited for the role, why you want to work for 10:10, and where you heard about the vacancy.

Closing date: 9.00am on Monday, 19 January 2015.

Interview date: w/c Monday, 2 February 2015.