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Corporate Partnerships Manager (Regenerative Farming)

Compassion in World Farming UK

Compassion in World Farming UK

United Kingdom, Godalming HQ

Campaigns, corporate engagement, or volunteer management

Full-time: 

Yes

Hybrid

Paid: 

Yes

None

Mgmt responsibilities: 

27/05/24

Date posted:

Deadline: 

21/06/24

About the Role

The Regenerative Farming Manager is a new and exciting solutions-based role at CIWF! The core purpose is to inspire, inform and persuade Corporates in the UK to shift towards more regenerative farming practices as part of our mission to end factory farming.

Responsibilities include building a strong network within the regenerative farming community and other relevant organistions; developing tools and resources to help build the business case for change. The candidate will be the Food Business expert on regenerative farming practices and principles within Compassion’s Food Business programme. The role will involve working closely with companies to secure meaningful commitments towards regenerative farming within their sustainability and corporate social responsibility (CSR) frameworks.

Additionally, the Regenerative Farming Manager will play a pivotal role in recognising progress within the industry by managing initiatives, such as the Sustainable Food and Farming Award process, which rewards and promotes companies making strides in regenerative practices. As part of this role the candidate will also represent Compassion in World Farming at industry forums, roundtables, and coalitions, advocating for regenerative farming practices and ensuring our mission is communicated effectively.

If you are passionate about regenerative farming, animal welfare, and making a tangible impact within the food industry, we encourage you to apply for this rewarding and impactful role.

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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