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Campaigns Associate

Animal Equality

Animal Equality


Campaigns, corporate engagement, or volunteer management







Mgmt responsibilities: 

Animal Charity Evaluators Review: 

Previously recommended


Date posted:


None listed

About the Role

Location: Mexico – Remote
Employment Status: Full Time
Reports to: Campaign Coordinator and Executive Director

At Animal Equality you will work alongside a team of extraordinary people who, with compassion, efficiency and determination, do their best every day to end the atrocities of factory farming. 

We are looking for a Campaigns Associate to support, manage, create and implement our campaigns, focusing on public information campaigns about major food companies that refuse to carry out meaningful animal welfare policies, legislative or education campaigns.

The right person for the position will be a resilient and energetic individual with a strong work ethic and a creative mindset. The successful candidate will demonstrate a strong understanding of advocacy, media, traditional and digital strategies to ensure change for animals is achieved. 
Animal Equality is one of the most effective farm animal protection organizations in the world. With your contribution you can help millions of animals.

* Support the management and planning of priority Animal Equality campaigns.
* Research key details of public and private institutions, including corporate structure, history, animal protection regulations, leadership, social media handling, and affiliates.
* Develop a campaign strategy and a schedule of campaign tactics to achieve objectives, corporations and governments.
* Using a data-driven approach to grow our Animal Protection digital activism email list.
* Develop an action network of volunteers to mobilize them to take action on campaigns, including calls and emails to corporate decision makers and social media posts.
* Write letters to company board members, shareholders and other interested parties.
* Facilitate the development of videos and web pages for campaigns
* Manage the logistics of placing newspaper ads, creating mobile billboards, coordinating rallies and petition deliveries, and other creative tactics.
* Write and publish blogs related to campaign actions and successes.
* Assist the Corporate Outreach and Legislation Department with other tasks as assigned.

* Alignment with the mission of Animal Equality. 
* Alignment with the cultural principles of Animal Equality.
* Two years of experience in nonprofit organizations, public affairs, corporate affairs, government relations, advocacy, corporate campaigns, grassroots campaigns, political organizing, communications, marketing, or related fields.
* Vision, insight, creativity and strategic perspective.
* Great interpersonal, written and oral communication skills, especially in confrontational situations and under pressure.
* Initiative, ingenuity, adaptability and an unbeatable work ethic.
* Proven track record of meeting ambitious targets.
* Comfort to work with time constraints and meet deadlines without sacrificing accuracy.
* Self-motivation to work independently, as well as a collegiate personality that favors teamwork.
* Exceptional level of organization, efficiency, and ability to multitask.
* Willingness and ability to travel when necessary and to work outside normal office hours, on occasion, for events and demonstrations.
* In-depth knowledge of farm animal related issues
* Commitment to the objectives of the organization.
* Domain of Microsoft Office (especially Word, Excel and PPT), Google Suite (especially Docs, Sheets and Slides).
* Experience or comfort in learning new technology platforms such as Asana, Zoom, Slack and Salesforce.
* Desirable oral and written English.

Salary and benefits: Benefits higher than those of the Law, with 23 days of vacation. Monthly salary 15,000 – 19,000

Animal Equality is committed to creating a diverse environment and prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or age.

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