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Private Sector Engagement Manager (Finance)

World Animal Protection

World Animal Protection

United Kingdom (London)

Operations, administration, HR, project management, finance or accounting







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About the Role

The Private Sector Engagement Manager (Finance) provides financial expertise across World Animal Protection’s global campaigns. They will work flexibly through virtual, integrated campaign teams to deliver World Animal Protection’s strategic global campaigns, leading and supporting the strategic and tactical delivery of corporate campaigning, influencing and engagement.

They will develop inspiring and innovative approaches which realise campaign strategies to bring about the transformative change World Animal Protection is aiming for. The role will also manage associated project activity, acting as a primary interface between the campaign teams and new and existing finance targets or partnerships.

The Private Sector Engagement Manager (Finance) plays a key role in the global campaign teams to which they are assigned. They must be able to demonstrate the ability to achieve individual and organisational objectives and targets using effective negotiating and influencing techniques.

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.

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