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Latest Jobs

These are a selection of our current jobs. We may also be working on other vacancies that for reasons of client confidentiality, will not appear on this page. If you want to register your details on a speculative basis, please email your CV to and let us know the type of organisation, role and salary range you would consider for other potential roles in the future.

Head of Communications

Central London - £40,000


A strategic but also hands on role – lead planning and the organisation of international communication meetings.

To lead the communication & information activities by co-ordinating worldwide with partners across the world.

Line manage one Manager.

Deadline: Mon 16th October

Interim Media Officer (3 month contract)

Central London - £200

£200 per day

To lead the press office to promote the campaign to the public, media and decision makers.

To carry out the existing press strategies and keep things going while a permanent person is recruited – which could be this post holder.

Deadline: URGENT - Response needed ASAP

Marketing Manager (12 Month Contract)

Central London - £33,400

12 months contract

To create and implement an overall marketing strategy and the resulting activities working alongside 3 marketing officers to recruit and retain member organisations.

To develop the database and manage the production of all marketing materials – on and offline

To play a key role in the organisation’s high-profile events – an awards ceremony and the AGM.

Deadline: Mon 16th October

Head of Campaigns & Policy

Central London - £55,000


To lead a team of 3 to implement the campaigns work in order to achieve policy change.

To build and maintain relationships with significant external and internal stakeholders.

To create and implement the campaigns and policy strategy.


Deadline: Fri 29th September

Policy Manager

Central London - £36,000 - £41,000


To manage the policy development for a specific area of the charities work.

To manage the workload of the whole policy team.

To work across organisationally with key members of staff and external key stakeholders in order to raise the profile of the charity with regards to reaching their public policy goals.

Deadline: URGENT - As soon as possible

Interim Policy & Public Campaigns Manager

Edinburgh - £40,000 pro rata

6 month contract

To manage the public affairs and political engagement of the organisation with some key activities over the coming weeks.

To work on the detailed operational plan to bring about creative and tactical campaigning activities.

To review the draft strategy.


Deadline: As soon as possible

PR & Media Manager

Central London - £38,000 - £45,000


To put into action a strategy and deliver pro-active media activities.

To work with marketing and creative colleagues to deliver media activity across traditional and digital media.

To maintain relationships with key decision makers and media contacts.

To be able to manage media officers.


Deadline: Fri 13th October

Interim Senior Public Affairs & Policy Advisor

Edinburgh - £24,000 to £29,000 pro rata

6 month contract

The role co-ordinate all campaigns and policy activities.

To analyse policy from Holyrood and from local governments around Scotland and develop policy for the organisation to campaign on.

To lobby key decision makers in the Scottish government and other stakeholders.

Deadline: As soon as possible

Policy Officer

Central London - £29,000


To work with researchers to analyse public policy from government and elsewhere.

To respond and develop policy for the organisation to campaign on by working with the charities parliamentary influencing team.

To maintain relationships with MPs, minister and the civil service where relevant.

Deadline: As soon as possible

External Affairs Officer

North East London - up to £37,280


This is an exciting new role, working within a high-profile project of immense national significance.

Within a proactive and busy support team, you will be helping to develop and manage the Centre’s external affairs activities.

This exciting role incudes managing the communication plans for the Centre’s outputs and being responsible for the production of the Centre’s digital output.

You will help support the Centre with its publications, communications, website and external affairs activities.

You will manage logistical arrangements for events, workshops, training, seminars, and conferences.

You will monitor online press, announcements, news, website, social media and blogs for information or events relating Child Sexual Exploitation/Abuse (CSE/CSA).

You will liaise closely with the Centre’s SMT members and use project management techniques to plan and organise events.

Deadline: As soon as possible

Media and Communications Manager (12 month contract)

London - up to £40,000

12 month contract - Immediate Start: Freelancing Consultants Considered

Develop a communication and media strategy to ensure the UK’s environmental standards are maintained.

Responsible for maintaining key relationships with journalists to ensure communications have the greatest impact possible.

Lead and coordinate team members from the organisation to help maximise speaking opportunities.

Develop and update key messages for use by the organisation and allies in their communications.

Write press releases to gain effective media coverage and produce social media resources to raise the profile of key environmental issues.

Deadline: As soon as possible

International Grants Assessor

London - circa £35,000


To lead and be responsible for managing the organisations international funding schemes – managing budgets in association with schemes, payments and financial monitoring.

To manage and support the professional development of the Funding team.

To help develop and implement efficient working systems and policy whilst solving any operational problems.

To provide reports to external and internal bodies whilst also maintaining a strong professional relationship with external stakeholders.

Deadline: As soon as possible

Communications Manager

Cambridge - £35,000 - £39,000


To develop and deliver the communications strategy of The Bell Foundation, in conjunction with the staff, Senior Management Team and the Programme Committee and external partners.

Develop and implement an agreed communications strategy and programme across the entire spectrum of communications disciplines including media and public relations, public affairs, brand, marketing, events, production of materials and support to external partners.

To oversee the work on digital communications and social media. Develop key messages, lead on creating and maintaining consistency across all media.

Deadline: As soon as possible

Supporter Communications Manager

Central London - circa £41,000


To develop and implement integrated communications plan for supporters to incorporate campaigns, fundraising and other communications.

Ensure digital communications and engagement techniques are central to all planning act as digital change agent for the organisation.

To lead the 3 digital, marketing and media staff and to work across the organisation to ensure consistent communications.

To deliver high quality campaigns that provide a platform for successful public affairs work.

Deadline: As soon as possible

Vegan Campaigns Manager

Tonbridge, Kent - £24,000 - £27,000

2 year contract with every prospect of renewal

The role is focused on the organisation’s work to expose the cruelty of animal farming and slaughter, and also on their high-profile CCTV in slaughterhouses campaign.

Reviewing footage from undercover inquiries and reporting to relevant authorities where appropriate.

Working with the media to expose animal suffering whilst also undertaking political lobbying.

Creating content for social media and online campaigning.

Deadline: As soon as possible

Deputy Director of Communications

Central London - £50,000 - £55,000


Develop and ensure strategic and effective communications to drive campaign impact, fundraising and organisational profile.

Lead the news and media strategy, working across the organisation to drive a proactive news approach, identifying opportunities, selling journalists unique story ideas and stimulating media commentary and debate.

Protect the reputation of the organisation, develop crisis management protocol and react to changes in the external environment to maximise campaign opportunities and reduce risk.

Provide leadership and management to a large team of skilled senior communication advisors.

Deadline: As soon as possible

Recruitment Consultant

Whitstable, Kent. - £30,000 - £45,000

£20,000 to £26,000 + commission - £30,000 to £45,000 OTE.

The Right Ethos are excited to announce a rare opportunity for a recruitment consultant to join our high quality, respected recruitment consultancy specialising in the campaigning and political end of the not-for-profit sector.

We offer and support job sharing opportunities and flexible work patterns that can provide you with the right work/life balance. Our organisation has a commitment to its niche within the charity sector borne out of the founder’s past within campaigning organisations and passion for justice.

This commitment is re-enforced by our work and recognised widely and uniquely admired by candidates and clients in the external affairs sector. We specialise in finding candidates for roles in campaigns, public affairs, policy, advocacy, parliamentary, research and communications including PR and media.

Deadline: As soon as possible

Graduate Internship (2 weeks)

Whistable - £300

£300 per week - 2 weeks

We are a high quality recruitment consultancy working nationally with the UK’s leading charities and campaigning organisations.

We specialise in communications, external affairs and campaigns roles.

We are looking for someone to support our Marketing Co-ordinator and to add extra capacity as we steadily grow.

Deadline: As soon as possible

About The Right Ethos

The Right Ethos was set up after our founder, Jonathan Dearth, had worked in the campaigning sector for 13 years, for campaigning organisations including Amnesty International, Shelter, Liberty and the World Development Movement. It was set up as a response to multi-sector recruitment consultancies moving in on the charity sector, and in particular not recognising that people who work for campaigning organisations are motivated by justice and long term change.