About the Role
This is an exciting opportunity for a Campaign Manager to lead the implementation and tactical delivery of campaigns to achieve the strategic wildlife objectives in Thailand. You will manage all project activity and are the central point of contact for country level activity relating to wildlife campaigns.
Working closely with the Head of Programme, you will develop and deliver high-profile, impactful, and effective campaigns that advance the organisation’s campaigning objectives. This role is creative and focused on real world change and requires strategic campaign ability.
This role is responsible for the delivery of local campaigning objectives, including stakeholder advocacy and public engagement activities that achieve global wildlife campaign strategies. This role works in an integrated team in Thailand to achieve this.
You also will work closely with global wildlife integrated campaign teams, based on global and local priorities. The role is responsible for promoting a culture of campaigning in order to increase World Animal Protection’s impact, influence and profile, and for supporting colleagues to do the same.
About the Organisation
World Animal Protection is the global voice for animal welfare, with more than 70 years’ experience campaigning for a world where animals live free from cruelty and suffering.
We have offices in 12 countries and work across 47 countries. We collaborate with local communities, the private sector, civil society and governments to change animals’ lives for the better.
Our goal is to change the way the world works to end animal cruelty and suffering for both wild and farmed animals. Through our global food system strategy, we will end factory farming and create a humane and sustainable food system, that puts animals first. By transforming the broken systems that fuel exploitation and commodification, we will give wild animals the right to a wild life. Our work to protect animals will play a vital role in solving the climate emergency, the public health crisis and the devastation of natural habitats.