Email: jonathan@therightethos.co.uk | Tel: 01227 637293

Email: jonathan@therightethos.co.uk
Tel: 01227 637293

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 jonathan@therightethos.co.uk and let us know the type of organisation, role and salary range you would consider for other potential roles in the future.

Advocacy & Campaigns Manager

Central London - £39,101 - £49,530

12 month contract


To work alongside the Executive Director to develop, plan and implement a strategy to represent and promote the medical and political views of over 11,000 anaesthetists in the UK, Ireland and internationally.

To develop and deliver a campaigning and public affairs plan, in line with the organisation’s vision and strategy.

To research and analyse relevant public policy agendas, then develop policy positions and policy briefings to take forward in campaigning work.

Deadline: Tue 6th February

Social Media Officer

Central London - £28,000

Permanent


To manage the social media activities to engage beneficiaries, professionals,  supporters and the public.

To create digital campaigns to promote the work of the organisation, and also to market fundraising, training and other involvement with the public.

To support media and PR work.

Deadline: Wed 31st January

Interim Programme Director

Central London - £56,000 - £65,000

9 month contract


To lead a directorate of over 20 staff with 5 managers directly reporting to the role.

To lead on the strategy of the programmes and to ensure implementation.

To advise the Board and the CEO on the direction of the programme.

Deadline: Wed 24th January

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: Thu 22nd February

Interim Digital Communications Officer (part-time, 6 month contract)

Central London - £28,000 pro rata

4 days per week, 6-month contract


To develop a strategy for digital communications and social media and to implement the resulting activities.

To manage the organisation’s digital presence including the website – ensuring relevant, accurate and up-to-date content which is optimised for SEO.

To manage the social media accounts including social media buying.

Deadline: Tue 30th January

Part-time Head of Human Resources

Central London - £50,000 pro rata

3 days per week, permanent


To be responsible for developing the strategic HR direction as part of the wider YoungMinds strategy and the conversion of the organisational strategy into meaningful and achievable people plans, as well as being responsible for ensuring core operational and transactional HR services and support.

To work collaboratively as a member of the Senior Management Team as well as across the organisation.

To establish and embed the new HR model and ways of working across the organisation and to drive the development of new staff friendly policies, processes, systems and ways of working to develop the wider culture of the charity to one that is staff focused and recognised as a great place to work.

Deadline: Fri 2nd February

Digital and Social Media Fundraising Officer

Central London - circa £27,000

12 month contract


You will be responsible for growing the bought audience through digital channels including individual giving, donor recruitment, and social behaviour campaigns.

You will use data led innovation to utilise social media to raise money and awareness, spotting and seizing opportunities and learning about new platforms and ways of working to deliver to the charity sector.

Deadline: Fri 26th January

Media & Public Affairs Officer

Central London - £26,400

Permanent


To produce and deliver a broad range of communications activities focusing on media and public affairs, but at time involving digital and stakeholder relations.

To draft briefing notes before parliamentary debates.

To handle enquiries from journalists.

Deadline: As soon as possible

Campaigns and Press Manager

London SE1 - £36,000

Permanent


To drive campaigns on behalf of human rights victims and defenders.

To influence and change public consciousness, values and culture regarding matters of human rights, often on the issues of equality, diversity and non-discrimination.

To use the media and press to promote awareness of human rights issues among the public, social institutions, businesses, NGOs and governments.

 

A dual-focused role – 2/3 campaigning – predominantly public campaigning and motivating activism, but when it’s called for lobbying key decision makers. The other 1/3 is to campaign using the press and media.

Deadline: Fri 26th January

Press Officer

Central London - circa £31,000

Permanent


You will be the national media contact responsible for creating both proactive and reactive positive media coverage.

With a clear understanding of the diverse messages and campaigns run by members across the UK, you will be responsible for identifying and creating media opportunities to support and grow the grass roots effort.

Deadline: As soon as possible

Policy Manager

Central London - £35,000 - £40,000

12 month contract


To work within the influencing team whose focus would be key decision makers including government ministers, MPs and civil servants but to focus on policy development and policy writing.

To also but secondarily respond to policy consultations.

To involve and consult with members of the organisation to gain their support and to effectively represent them.

Deadline: As soon as possible

Social Marketing Manager (Activism)

London - circa £40,000

Permanent


Within this ambitious role for a health charity, you will be responsible for driving the operational delivery of multi-channel change and integrated campaigns which cut through reaching mass audiences and inspiring people to action.

This role will drive change and address inequality in public policies, collaborating with integrated campaigns during cross organisational working to build investment cases based on need.

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.