Women's Rights Campaign Manager

Recruiter
ActionAid
Location
EC1R 0BJ, London (Greater)
Salary
£40,222 - £41,440
Posted
25 Apr 2019
Closes
01 May 2019
Ref
85020TRD
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Permanent

Are you passionate and knowledgeable about women’s rights issues, with a strong track record on winning high-profile public campaigns?

 

As a Women’s Rights Campaign Manager at ActionAid UK you can do just that as part of a team committed to campaigning for the rights of women and girls living in poverty. You will share our passion for working alongside the communities of women and girls that we work with in Africa, Asia and Latin America so that, together we can change lives for good.

The remit of Women’s Rights Campaign Manager is to lead and drive the development of our campaign strategy on Women’s Rights, and work closely with the Digital and Community Organising leads in the Campaigns team to deliver this campaign to success, with a particular emphasis on using digital channels. This will include deepening our relationship with existing supporters, as well as reaching out to new ones.

You will sit in the Campaigns team, but work closely with the Media, Stories, Brand, Public Engagement, Advocacy, Research and Policy teams.

Our model of campaigning is southern-led and as such you will work closely with colleagues and partners in the global south to build their capacity as well as co-create, co-own and co-deliver our flagship campaign on access to justice.

You will be involved in translating complex information and change objectives into succinct and clear messages as well as designing approaches that will engage change makers. Important will be the ability to work collaboratively with colleagues and external coalitions to build alliances and further objectives.

We will also look to you to improve the range and depth of women’s rights knowledge and skills within the team as well as keep in touch with policy and political debates on violence against women and girls.

You must have delivered successful campaigns with a demonstrable knowledge of change theory, power analysis, critical paths and audience insight. You will have a track record in identifying and delivering reactive campaign opportunities as well as developing high impact multichannel media strategies.

You will have a strong understanding of the issues surrounding women’s rights as well as violence against women and girls too. Good at writing impactful copy, you will also possess excellent communication and research skills.

If you are inspired to fight the denial of women and girls’ rights and remove one of the biggest causes of poverty worldwide, please complete an application form.

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