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We are recruiting a National Campaigns Manager!

National Campaigns Manager - Anti-Bullying Alliance
Ref: 1917
London based, 35 hours p/w
Contract: Permanent
£36,035 per annum

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This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Campaigns Manager to join our client's Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA) team. The successful candidate will lead on campaigns and associated partnerships, primarily the Anti-Bullying Week national campaign, which reaches 80% of schools in England each year. The charity is looking for an individual who is highly organised, strategic and creative, and who can build on the momentum they have generated with Anti-Bullying Week.

You will work as an account manager for the corporate funder and develop partnerships with a range of other stakeholders to deliver an innovative and wide-reaching Anti-Bullying Week campaign. You will coordinate and deliver the Anti-Bullying Week campaign, working closely with the Director of ABA, the corporate funder and other stakeholders to deliver a range of elements of the campaign including events, social media, resources, films, media and work with young people.

In addition to the above you should have strong copywriting skills, excellent oral and written communication skills and strong planning and organisational skills.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a growing team and use your skills to help reduce bullying and improve the lives of children and young people.

Closing date: 5pm on 25th July 2019
Interview with a pre-prepared presentation: 1 August 2019

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03 Jul 2019