Seeking Superstar Media Manager to Advocate for Animals

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One of the most important ways that PETA helps animals is through our high-profile awareness campaigns in the media. We’re now hiring someone to take the lead on our media efforts, and we’re hoping you can help us find the right person!

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The role is exciting! PETA’s exposés make headline news in the UK’s top media outlets. Our celebrity collaborations get spread all over the tabloids. Our events are covered by the evening TV news. And our animal rights victories get shared far and wide online.

The role is also rewarding. Our work with the media puts pressure on companies to implement animal-friendly policies. In the lifestyle media, our vegan articles encourage hundreds of thousands of people to adopt cruelty-free diets. And the PETA UK media department has had a hand in pretty much all our victories for animals.

And the role is challenging. It includes nurturing relationships with the media, helping to develop stories and finding opportunities to promote the animal rights message to many outlets, from chemical industry trade journals to food blogs. It also involves acting as a spokesperson for PETA and often in behalf of animals, fielding interviews and organising news releases and media statements.

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The job is based in London at our offices near Kings Cross, and the successful candidate will work alongside other intelligent, driven and compassionate people, all working to establish and protect the rights of animals.

Does this role sound like the dream job for someone you know? Check out the full job description and see how to apply here.

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