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Events and Digital Co-ordinator (Chicken Industry)

Compassion in World Farming International

Compassion in World Farming International

United Kingdom, Godalming HQ

Marketing or communications







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About the Role

We are looking for a highly personable and skilled events and digital co-ordinator to join the UK Food Business team. This is an established team, responsible for improving animal welfare standards and developing sustainable supply chains across the global food industry. The right candidate will assist in the organisation of key events both in person and online to support the team to engage with key stakeholders in the chicken industry.

This is a vital role within Compassion’s Food Business Programme and offers a unique opportunity to make a lasting impact for farm animal welfare within a dynamic and influential global organisation. The right candidate will have a proven track record of organising forums, webinars and face to face round tables. You will need to be an influencer, a networker and capable of developing key business relationships. Importantly, there is plenty of scope to bring your own creativity, voice, and novel approach to driving change for farm animals. The role is embedded in a strong team with a multitude of expertise and skills to support and excite you - if you are ready for a challenge, and can make a difference then we’d love to hear from you!

About the Organisation

Compassion in World Farming is the leading campaigning organisation for global farm animal welfare. We campaign to end factory farming worldwide, and are a growing a movement of people who work with us to influence a fair transition towards a more regenerative, climate and nature-friend agricultural future. Our hard hitting campaigns aim to influence governments, and economic stakeholders to make changes to the business as usual approach to how we produce and consume our food, whilst reducing animals in the system, and influencing food producers and retailers to reach the highest standards of animal welfare for farmed animals.

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