Campaign Manager - Rabies
A leading international animal welfare and sustainability charity is looking for a Global Campaign Manager to lead on an international humanitarian, disease elimination and animal welfare campaign to eliminate rabies worldwide.
Based in London but working as part of the Global Campaigns Team, you'll have responsibilities across policy and traditional mobilisation campaigns, with an additional heavy focus on external affairs to create policy change in eliminating rabies. By nature of the position, you'll work with a wide variety of stakeholders including international health organisations such as the WHO, various UN agencies, major corporate partners in the pharmaceutical and veterinary industries and various governments, as well as local communities across the world. Therefore, this is not a traditional animal welfare campaign, but rather one spanning animal welfare, community development and humanitarianism / disease elimination.
As such, this position requires an experienced campaigner with solid policy influencing and mobilisation skills, combined with excellent cross-sector stakeholder engagement skills. A background in animal welfare campaigning is not essential - perhaps you'll be from a health background, in the charity sector or otherwise, or international development or human rights campaigning; what you will have, however, is international experience.
This is an ideal opportunity for a career campaigner to play a key role in the global fight against rabies.
This position is full time and permanent, paying 36,000 - 38,000 p.a. I am working to a deadline of 3rd April, so 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. Although the charity will not appoint before the deadline, I will be sending applications on a rolling basis.