Date Added: 31 January 2020
: 17 February 2020
Job Title: Senior Campaigner
Working For: Save the Children UK
Salary: £31,960 – £37,600
Do you want to play a key role in an organisation which stands up for children? Join Save the Children as a Senior Campaigner and develop impactful public campaigns that fight for children’s rights at home and around the world.
As a Senior Campaigner you will work within colleagues across the organisation to lead on the initial development of public campaign plans, and within the Campaigns & Organising department to drive discreet projects to achieve change for children. From creating digital marketing campaigns, to empowering community volunteers and schools, to enhancing how we campaign with our high-street shops, this is a highly varied and interesting role.
You will oversee the development and implementation of public campaigning projects that are engaging, impactful and contribute to delivering our strategic objectives. You will also oversee projects that help to build and engage our supporter audiences, including in communities and at schools.
In addition you will:
• Support the development of strong relationships with key campaigning and organising partners and coalitions
• Develop a knowledge of relevant child rights issues sufficiently to deliver and represent relevant campaigns internally and externally
• Monitor and evaluate campaign activity and contribute to organisational and team evaluations, including commissioning, interpreting and sharing campaigns insight work.
To be successful you will have experience of using a range of campaigning and organising tactics to mobilise public audiences to affect policy change, and will possess a strong understanding of how change happens. You will have good project management skills and attention to detail. Additionally, you will have:
• Demonstrable experience of successfully using insights and data into public behaviour and attitudes to shape campaigning and organising strategies
• The ability to deliver projects to high standards with minimum support and adapt easily to change
• Knowledge of international development and / or conflict and humanitarian issues is desirable
• Experience in monitoring and evaluating campaigns and providing reports which track progress.
Closing Date: 17 February 2020
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