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Campaigns manager

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Campaigns manager

Women in Sport are looking for a Campaigns Manager to join the team. Deadline: 15 April

The Campaigns Manager leads and manages the development, project management and implementation of Women in Sport’s public awareness and fundraising campaigns to help transform sport for the benefit of every woman and girl in the UK.  

In addition, the Campaigns Manager is responsible for devising and implementing a media strategy and plan to support the publication of research and our wider influencing agenda – this will include both planned and responsive media management.   

The role is also responsible for the planning and delivery of all aspects of the charity’s digital and corporate communications. 
Finally, the role will continue to build and develop external relationships with decision makers across a wide range of sectors and with current and future partner organisations (including funders and donors) that support and can help us to achieve our mission. 

This is a new role for the charity sitting within the Campaigns and Engagement team. This role will be line managed by Women in Sport’s Director of Campaigns and Engagement and will line manage the Campaigns Officer. 

Starting salary: £32,000  

Hours: 35 per week. The post holder will be required to undertake commitments outside normal working hours, particularly relating to the management of an effective and impactful press office. 

Annual leave: 25 days, plus Bank Holidays  

Pension: Women in Sport operates an auto enrolment pension, with matched contributions of up to 5% of salary.

To apply

If you feel inspired to come and work with us, please submit a covering letter (maximum 2 sides A4) and detailed CV to The covering letter should explain why this role interests you and how your experience addresses the criteria as set out in the job description. We look forward to hearing from you. 

Women in Sport is an inclusive and diverse employer and we welcome and encourage applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of race, gender, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age. 

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