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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.

Campaigns Manager

Central London - £35,000 - £39,000


To produce successful public campaigns communications to motivate supporters and activists to take action.

To recruit, develop and retain activists to maximise their value to the campaign.

Together with one direct report, inform and enthuse colleagues about the effectiveness of the campaigning works.

Deadline: Tue 6th March

Senior Campaigns & Policy officer

Central London - £35,000

12 month contract

To drive forward the policy and campaigns on specific projects working with colleagues across the organisation.

To develop policy , draft public policy briefings, produce reports and respond to consultations from the government.

To create and put into action various campaigns from activism to influencing decision makers. And to provide expert guidance to senior colleagues to further the campaigns objectives.

Deadline: Wed 28th February

Press Officer

Central London - £32,000


To create and initiate a media strategy for awareness raising to reach the charity’s goals including policy influencing.

To work alongside colleagues in the public affairs and policy teams to develop media releases and to provide them with a voice on relevant issues.

To work as part of the Press team of 4 and to respond to media enquires and manage key internal and external relationships.

Deadline: Tue 27th February

Policy Manager

Central London - £35,000


To lead on the analysis of public policy and the development of organisational policy to campaign on to reach the goals of the charity.

To lead the policy team’s staff in research and policy monitoring.

To build strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders in government and in relevant health bodies.

Deadline: Tue 27th February

Senior Programmes Manager

Home-based - £44,000 - £52,000


To manage and motivate a team of 3 directly reporting manager and other staff to influence public policy

To develop strong relationships with governments, NGO and UN agencies

To lead and large project with a number of partner organisations and ensure experience and knowledge is shared

Approximately 2 days a fortnight at the head office

Deadline: As soon as possible

Part-time Campaigns & Public Affairs Officer

Central London - £30,000 pro rata

2 year contract, 3 days per week

To work alongside Managers to produce a variety of campaigns and public affairs activities.

To work alongside policy staff to brief and influence parliamentarians.

To run campaigns event and support their local campaigning to reach local decision makers.

Deadline: As soon as possible

Global Campaigns Manager

Central London - circa £40,000

6 month contract

Working for an international charity you will be responsible for Campaigns within the Asia region for a six month period whilst the permanent job is being recruited locally (you will be based in the London office).

This is a high profile role working on key campaigns with celebrity support. Focused on tourism corporates particularly within India, this is a great opportunity to work on international headline campaigns. The charity has had some great successes already campaigning in this area and this position will be building on these.

Deadline: As soon as possible.

Interim Head of Communications & Marketing

Central London - £56,000 pro rata

9 month contract

To produce and deliver communications & marketing strategies to maximise the brand, impact with the public, supporters and the press and media.

To lead a team, with 4 direct reporting managers and a total team of 18 staff.

To manage the budget and oversee the relationship with various agencies and suppliers.

Deadline: Tue 27th February

Interim Head of Public Affairs & Campaigns

Central London - £42,500 pro rata

9 month contract

To produce and lobbying & influencing strategy for campaigning in the UK and internationally.

To oversee public affairs and campaigns activities by the team and by senior members of staff.

To line manage up to 4 members of staff to affect relevant policies coming from Westminster and Whitehall.

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.