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Campaigns Manager
the climate coalition
  • Salary £38,000 - £40,000 per year
  • Location Remote
  • Job Type Permanent, Full-time
  • Category Campaigning
  • Sectors Environment
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Job Description

You will support The Climate Coalition to become more than the sum of our parts, creating greater impact through coalition working, and strengthening the climate movement.

You will be a brilliant all-rounder. We want someone with a deep belief in movement building and coalition working, who can facilitate diverse groups, and manage relationships with a wide range of members, partners and allies. 

You’ll bring excellent project management and communication skills, able to develop campaigns and communications materials, resources and training to contribute toward the progress of our campaigns. 

To excel in this role you will be flexible and innovative - ready to run at new opportunities that present themselves with a moment's notice as well as contributing to long-term planning that builds power for our movement.


  • To work with coalition members and partners to co-create and build campaigns that are packed with engaging content and compelling actions that mobilise the public at scale

  • To facilitate the rollout of coalition-wide campaigns, developing and sharing campaign resources and communications materials 

  • To manage the use of storytelling in our campaigning, harvesting and cataloguing stories of collective action

  • Managing the creation of content (such as such as video, animation, images for social media and interactive content) which makes the case for systems change

  • To support innovation in campaigning and communications across the coalition through the convening of an action-learning process 

  • Oversee TCC’s owned communications channels, working closely with colleagues in the Secretariat team to manage the delivery of communications activity

  • Build a network of trusted contractors and suppliers. Brief and manage freelancers and agencies, and evaluate delivery. 

  • Lead on the analysis, evaluation and sharing of campaign and programme performance, and using this information to inform and improve our activity.

The job description is not exhaustive and you may be asked to carry out additional tasks which are appropriate to your job role, as required by your line manager



  • An empathetic individual with strong interpersonal skills, and a passion for building bridges and connections between people and groups from diverse backgrounds and perspectives.

  • Committed to anti-oppression and equitable approaches to redistributing power, and power building. A deep commitment to on-going learning of issues related to power and privilege which relate to this (EDI)

  • A good project manager who works well under pressure

  • Experience in facilitation and co-creation with a diverse range of groups and perspectives

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with experience in writing compelling campaign copy - whether that’s policy briefings, social media copy or press releases

  • Experience using a variety of campaign tactics, including creative storytelling

  • Experience in digital campaigning and use of digital communications platforms (including both e-actions and use of email and social media in campaigning)

  • Flexible and iterative, embraces experimentation and evaluation

  • Strong interpersonal skills, with the ability to manage relationships with a wide range of stakeholders and partners

  • An understanding of the role of civil society and social movements in driving political, social and economic change 


  • Experience being involved in social movements and campaigning, with experience across a variety of tactics (actions, digital campaigning, political lobbying etc.)

  • Experience in creating interventions to shape the news agenda and shift the public narrative

  • Relationships with organisations in the climate, nature or international development movements 

  • Have a proven ability to manage high-pressure situations when delivering campaign tactics and actions

  • ​​Experience with coalition work

Sometimes we all experience a bit of imposter syndrome. At The Climate Coalition we believe that imposter syndrome is a manifestation of the oppression many of us face on a day to day. We have no specific education requirements, and experience can be in a paid or unpaid context. You don’t have to tick all the boxes for each role to apply. If you feel a pull towards a specific role and believe you could make a difference we would love to hear from you!

The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.