Position: Senior Consultant: Advocacy, Campaigns, Communications, and Research (Full or Part Time)
Future Advocacy is a non-partisan advocacy agency. Our vision is a world which is more equal, more prosperous, and more sustainable. We are highly skilled at:
We are proud to work for some fantastic clients seeking to make the world a better place. Current and previous clients include the Jamie Oliver Group; the Elton John AIDS Foundation; Movember; Bite Back 2030; World Food Programme; Islamic Relief; and Sarah Brown’s TheirWorld charity.
Future Advocacy also produces high quality research on a range of policy issues. Our work has received significant media coverage and political traction. Our research clients and collaborators include the NHS, Wellcome Trust, World Wide Web Foundation, Open Data Institute, and the Pathways for Prosperity Commission which was co-chaired by Melinda Gates.
Our Founder/CEO previously was Director of the ONE campaign across Europe for 7 years, responsible for all ONE’s policy, campaigns, digital, media, and advocacy work. He was a key architect of the Make Poverty History Campaign; Movement Director for the anti-slavery organisation Walk Free; and an Executive Director of the Labour Party.
Future Advocacy is seeking a Senior Advocacy, Campaigns, Communications, and Research Consultant. We are looking for a brilliant all-rounder to play a big role in our team. This is a great opportunity to lead, and contribute to, some very exciting and impactful advocacy projects working with some of our brilliant clients. You will work closely with the Founder/CEO as part of our small, happy, and dynamic team.
Responsibilities will include:
Skills and experience
You will have all, or very nearly all, of the following
Terms and Conditions
Please send the following 2 documents to: email@example.com:
The deadline for applications is 11pm on 5th December. Late applications will not be considered. First round interviews will be held (online) on 10th December.
Future Advocacy is committed to equal opportunities. We welcome applications from individuals regardless of their race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, age, gender, or disability. We particularly encourage applications from members of groups that are currently under-represented in our organisation, including Black, Asian and minority ethnic people.
We are happy to discuss flexible working and other adjustments on a case by case basis.