Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Tel: 01227 639768
Tel: 01227 639768
Location: London WC1
Salary expectation: £35,500
Application deadline: Sun 27th January
This is a part-time role
18-month fixed term contract
This is an amazing opportunity to utilise your experience of movement building and supporter mobilisation to move the world to protect animals. We want you to use your expertise to design, refine and implement our process to deliver ambitious and effective approaches for Movement Building and Mobilisation for our organisation of more than seven million supporters worldwide.
Working closely with our Global Development Director, you will play a key role coordinating and engaging internal and external stakeholders in the development process. You will also collaborate with colleagues across departments and countries to complete the project in order to drive change in society and deliver against our mission to move the world to protect animals.
Your remit will include conducting conceptual work and research into models, pathways, opportunities and experiences of movement building and mobilisation as well as establishing tracking and evaluation tools to measure effectiveness. In addition, you will assist in the deployment of resources, including monitoring budgets, and ensure work is carried out in-line with our financial procedures and governance.
· Substantial experience in international movement building and/or organisational mobilisation
· Excellent project management skills
· Experience of overseeing projects that are International and multi-stakeholder in scope
· Collaborative working style
· Strong communication, problem solving and relationship building skills
· Capacity to draft and create concise and effective documents, presentations and communications
How to Apply
If you want to be part of our dynamic organisation and help us move the world to protect animals then please send us a copy of your CV, salary expectation and cover/motivation letters addressing your skills and experience relative to the role to us via the link.
Interviews from: 4th February 2019
Due to the large volume of applications that we receive we are unable to respond to all applications with an outcome. If you do not hear from us within 3 weeks of the closing date, please consider your application as unsuccessful.
World Animal Protection is an equal opportunity employer and committed to providing equal opportunities for everyone regardless of their background.
The successful candidate must have permission to work in the position location.
Who are we?
We are World Animal Protection.
For over 50 years we have moved the world to protect animals.
We protect animals because we believe a sustainable future for the planet can only be achieved if both animals and people are part of the solution.
We stop the exploitation of wild animals for entertainment and profit. We protect pets and working animals in communities across the globe. We campaign for better farm animal welfare and fight against factory farming. We help animals when disaster strikes.
We end the suffering of animals and we are working to help people to see how important animals are to all of us.
We are determined to influence decision makers to put animals on the global agenda and inspire people to change animals’ lives for the better. Today we’re working on projects to end animal suffering by helping governments and communities to protect and care for their animals.
Why Work for us?
We move the world to protect animals globally but there are many other reasons to join our organisation. We are a truly global organisation with offices in Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Costa Rica, Denmark, India, Kenya, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Sweden, Thailand, UK and USA. We employ over 380 people globally covering campaigns, media, fundraising, operations, finance, administration and human resources.
As well as competitive employee benefits we want our employees to grow with us and build their careers within World Animal Protection and therefore encourage internal applications. We have a strong track record of offering existing staff promotions as well as secondments and position changes within the organisation.
Deadline: Sun 27th January