Quaker Peace & Social Witness Communications Coordinator
Friends House, Euston Road, London
|Full Time – Permanent
Salary: £32,073 per annum
13 January 2017 – 12 noon
|Quakers have a radical vision of a more just, sustainable and peaceful world. Could you help us transform this vision into reality?
We’re looking for an experienced professional who shares our values and can help take our communications to the next level.
Could you help us to articulate confidently and effectively what we do and why we do it? Do you have the knowledge and skills to enable us to strengthen our links with core supporters and engage new audiences?
This is a diverse role and no two days will be the same. You’ll need to be a flexible team player with a proven understanding of how communications strategies can be used to bring about social change.
Does this sound like you? If so, we want to hear from you!
For further information about the work of QPSW, go to http://www.quaker.org.uk/our-work
Bethnal Green, London
|Full time 3-month freelance contract with potential for extension||Salary: Dependent on experience
Closing date: Tuesday January 3rd at 6pm
|About Alter Eco:
Alter Eco is a video company founded by Richard Roaf that has produced videos for campaigning organisations including Greenpeace UK, 38 Degrees, Amnesty International, 350.org and SumOfUs.
Alter Eco has developed an expertise in producing highly shareable social media videos for good causes. We use a methodology for producing videos called the Four Step Formula for Shareable Videos which incorporates the key factors that drive sharing.
This means that even though we are small, we have a big impact. Over the past year we have produced videos that have been shared more than 1 million times and watched more than 50 million times on Facebook.
Summary of the Role:
We are looking for someone with serious production and project management skills who believes passionately in using social media to change the world. They will help manage video production, consultancy, training projects and business development. They should have experience in project management and administration and preferably come from a video production or social media background. This is an opportunity to join a small but high-impact organisation and shape our growth.
● Video Production
The role will involve the project management of social media video production. This will include, but not be limited to, recruiting and managing freelance filmmakers, managing project budgets, developing processes for video production, developing briefs, managing clients, seeding videos, coordinating shoots and overseeing delivery of high quality videos to tight deadlines.
● Business Development and Administration
Write proposals for production, training and consultancy projects. Promote the work of Alter Eco both online and offline and build relationships with new clients. Develop and manage a strategy to expand the scale and impact of video, training and consultancy projects that Alter Eco is delivering. Oversee finance, office management and other admin related tasks.
● Coordinating Training
Organising offline and online training for filmmakers, campaigning groups and organisations. Supporting the development and delivery of new training packages and finding innovative ways to radically skill up the sector. Support the creation and distribution of a set of online training resources including blogs and videos.
To apply please follow these steps:
The deadline for applications is Tuesday January 3rd at 6pm.
Interviews will take place in January with the role starting in late January or early February.
Email email@example.com if you have any questions and I’m really excited to hear from you.
Home based anywhere in Europe
|Part-time, 3-4 days a week (negotiable)
Start Date: November 1, 2016 (flexible).
|This job is open until filled, or the hiring manager determines that they can no longer accept applications|
|350.org is looking for an experienced campaigner with an understanding and knowledge of fossil fuel struggles across Europe. This is a short-term role beginning at the start of November, until the end of January 2017.
350.org is building a global grassroots movement to solve the climate crisis. Our online campaigns, grassroots organizing, and mass public actions are led from the bottom up by thousands of volunteer organizers in over 188 countries. 350.org works hard to organize in a new way—everywhere at once, using online tools to facilitate strategic offline action. We want to be a laboratory for the best ways to strengthen the climate movement and catalyze transformation around the world.
About the Europe Campaigner
The Keep It In The Ground work of 350.org in Europe is focused on helping build grassroots power of groups of people who directly challenge the fossil fuel industry through resistance against a small number of strategic projects, whose cancellation would accelerate the phase out of fossil fuels.
This is a temporary role to cover some key responsibilities while the Europe Keep It In The Ground Coordinator is on leave.
This role will encompass the following responsibilities:
· Support 3 identified grassroots struggles in Europe (gas extraction in the Netherlands, shale gas imports in France, anti-coal efforts in Germany and Europe more broadly);
· Provide strategic guidance and advice to fellow staff members involved in engaging more directly with those struggles and with related partners, local groups, events and processes;
· Make connections (in terms of narrative and strategy) between those struggles and the regional-level fossil fuel resistance, as well as with our Europe divestment campaign.
· Develop a map of Keep It In The Ground struggles across Europe, as basis for future strategy development, and explore tools to connect them together;
· Coordinate research and analysis around climate science and fossil fuel extraction in the region;
· Consult partners and allies, as well as our network of local groups.
Location: This role can be based remotely from anywhere within European time-zones, though there is a preference for the role to be based in a location where there are other staff members, in order to have team support (including Berlin, Paris, Amsterdam, Stockholm, London). Some travel will be necessary.