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

Email: contact@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 contact@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.

Trusts & Grants Manager (2 months)

London (Old Street) - circa £38,966

2 month contract - may be extended to 8 months


Develop and manage budgets and provide internal financial reports and income.

Report against monthly performance indicators using the database.

Work strategically with other members of the fundraising team.

Lead the development and implementation of the organisations fundraising strategy.

Cultivate professional and productive relationships with potential and existing trust donors through phone calls, meetings and events to secure income.

Deadline: URGENT - As soon as possible

Public Affairs and Press Officer

Central London - £31,000 - £34,000

Permanent


This is an exciting opportunity to support the press and public affairs team and develop skills in communications and politics.

You will be the first point of contact in the team and responsible for writing press releases, drafting comment pieces, providing briefing notes for interviews and producing case studies.

Proactively monitor political debaters and use this as a source of information to support the strategic work of the organisation.

Deadline: Tue 1st August

Vegan Campaigns Officer

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

Public Affairs and Policy Officer for Wales

Cardiff - £36,200 pro rata

Permanent - 2.5 days a per week. This is a home working role, with the candidate ideally living in Cardiff. This role requires quarterly travel to a London office.


To help influence and shape policy development and the promotion of podiatry and podiatrists in Wales.

To raise the profile of the Society/College and establish the Society’s/College’s position with key decision makers and opinion formers as the primary authority in relation to podiatry and foot health.

To co-ordinate policy development with key stakeholders throughout Wales.

Deadline: Tue 8th August

Public Affairs and Policy Officer for Scotland

Edinburgh - £36,200 pro rata

Permanent - 4 days a week. This role is home working, with the candidate ideally living in Edinburgh and it will also require quarterly travel to a London office.


To help influence and shape policy development and the promotion of podiatry and podiatrists in Scotland.

To raise the profile of the Society/College and establish the Society’s/College’s position with key decision makers and opinion formers as the primary authority in relation to podiatry and foot health.

To co-ordinate policy development with key stakeholders throughout Scotland.

Deadline: Tue 8th August

Campaign & Marketing Planner (6 month contract)

Central London - £36,000 to £40,000 pro rata

6 month contract


This role is offered on a part time basis, with flexibility to working patterns.

This is an exciting opportunity to be instrumental in the launch of a critical public facing appeal.

Working directly with the Executive Director of Engagement and Fundraising as well as other senior stakeholders to produce planning for new activities.

To work with internal teams and external agencies to co-ordinate resources, timing and channel activity to deliver campaign objectives.

To define and agree KPI’s and evaluation criteria for effective campaign development.

Deadline: Wed 26th July

Senior Public Affairs Advisor

Home-working with regular travel into London - up to £55,000

Permanent


This opportunity will initially deliver public affairs from an operational perspective, with the scope to become more strategic and involve team management.

There is a blend of public affairs and communications responsibilities, which will involve writing press releases, selling in stories, meeting with ministers, attending broadcast interviews, and establishing relationships with challenging stakeholders.

You will be required to confidently stand in front of select committees, and have a solid understanding of the freedom of information act in order to analyse data.

Deadline: Urgent - ASAP

Digital Marketing Officer

Central London - £27,000 - £29,000

Permanent


Responsible for delivering integrated marketing plans utilising online and offline channels.
Manage and deliver projects and campaigns to drive service use and engagement, driving forward effective communication of the organisation’s work to stakeholders, volunteers and staff.
Monitor and analyse the success of campaigns and tactics and proactively seek out areas of improvement.

Deadline: Fri 4th August

Senior Internal Communications Officer (3-6 month contract)

London - £34,000 to £37,000 pro rata

3-6 months


To play a key part in a number of major internal communication projects and events

To work across the communications division with managers to achieve organisational objective.

Deadline: Urgent - As soon as possible

Communications Manager: Special Project (3 – 6 month contract)

Central London - £50,000 pro rata

3 - 6 month contract


To deliver major public engagement projects.

To work across the communications division with managers to achieve organisational objective.

Deadline: URGENT - As soon as possible

Interim Media Manager

Central London - up to £37,000

13 month contract


Responsible for the development of media strategies that aim to promote the organisation’s events, research, fundraising and campaigning activity.

Maintain strong working relationships with current media contacts, establish new contacts and guarantee all media opportunities and contacts are pursued effectively.

Sell in features and stories to journalists, respond to relevant breaking news stories by seeking out relevant opportunities, and write high quality features, press releases and other media materials on a deadline.

Deadline: As soon as possible

Public Affairs and PR Manager

Central London - £40,000

Permanent


Aid in the development and implementation of public affairs and communications strategies.

Manage campaigns on policy matters that affect the profession, organisational members and wider stakeholders, such as decision-makers, politicians, the general public and regulators.

Responsible for managing media enquiries, establishing strong working relationships and developing dialogue with key journalists to encourage positive media coverage.

Deadline: As soon as possible

Head of Communications & Marketing

Greater London - £39,000 - £45,000

Permanent


To produce a comprehensive communications strategy covering primarily press & media relations but also digital and social media, marketing and publications.

To implement the strategy the strategy with a focus on maximising national newspaper and national consumer magazine coverage.

Through these communications help to meet the organisational objectives for the fundraising, HR and Finance teams.

Deadline: As soon as possible

Interim Senior Advocacy Officer (3 month contract)

Central London - £35,000 pro rata

3 month contract


Support and apply advocacy strategies to shape a new programme within the international team and help deliver an effective communications strategy to generate action and awareness.

Establish strong relationships with relevant international and national influencers and decision makers to drive forward advocacy goals.

Work across the organisation to create content and develop important messages that are aligned with overall advocacy and policy objectives.

Deadline: As soon as possible

Part-time Digital Communications Manager (6 month contract)

Central London - £26,000 to £29,000 pro rata

4 days a week until end of December 2017


To devise digital communications for campaigns and events.

To lead on social media strategies and to develop digital marketing campaigns.

To line manage an officer.

Deadline: As soon as possible

Media Relations Officer

Central London - £29,000

Permanent


To maximise coverage in the press and media of the organisations work.

To put in place a media strategy and put it into action together with the head of the team.

Identify and build relationships with the media, nationally, regionally and locally.

Deadline: URGENT - As soon as possible

Social Marketing Advisor (9 month contract)

Central London - £34,000 pro rata

9 month contract


To be a key part in producing a behaviour change campaign.

To run social marketing activities.

Deadline: As soon as possible

Deputy Director of Communications

Central London - £50,000 - £55,000

Permanent


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

Campaign Manager – Behavioural Change

Home based, London or New York - circa £50,000

Permanent


Developing and delivering an ambitious, innovative, and influential project and communications plan to be delivered in partnership with Behaviour Change, PR, Digital Engagement and Education specialists, specifically addressing the issues surrounding international volunteering and its effect on orphans and children in residential care within the developing world.

An orphanage voluntourism campaign, working with Better Care Network’s partners such as Better Volunteering, Better Care initiative and a wider network of NGOs and companies to propagate wider use of the campaign concepts, messages and behaviour change techniques which will guide the campaign and thereby achieve greater impact.

Researching and identifying travel agents and review platforms that are most likely to reach target audiences and to be open to playing their part in reducing orphanage volunteering. Engaging travel agents and travel review businesses and persuading them to use their access to the target audiences to shift behaviour and reduce demand for orphanage volunteering (by diverting those audiences onto alternative paths).

Deadline: As soon as possible

Interim Statutory & Trusts Fundraising Manager

Central London - £38,000 - £39,000

3 month contract


To lead the fundraising from trusts, foundations, institutions and statutory sources.

To work cross-organisationally with Programme and other teams to develop funding proposals.

To manage the contracts and funding with Finance colleagues and members of the Leadership team.

Deadline: As soon as possible

Corporate & Major Donor Fundraising Manager

Central London - £38,000 to £39,000 pro rata

2 year contract


To lead the fundraising by maximising relationships with companies and individual major donors.

To work alongside policy, programme and finance staff to develop proposals for funding and managing the receipt of income.

To work with other colleagues in the fundraising team to ensure consistent messages and approaches to all donors.

Deadline: Urgent - 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: Fri 18th August

Graduate Internship – Marketing (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.