Interested in a career in global health or looking to change roles? Check out the below vacancies from across our membership. 

Campaigns Manager - UK and Ireland, The ONE Campaign


Employees of ONE work in a collaborative and creative environment towards reaching a common goal of ending extreme poverty and preventable disease.  When you work for ONE, you will receive excellent benefits along with the opportunity to be part of an international organization and to contribute to our mission.  

The Campaigns Manager will lead ONE’s digital and offline campaigns in the UK and Ireland as well as leading on supporter engagement, working closely with the global marketing team. They will develop strategies to attract, recruit and sustain ONE’s  supporter base and will amplify ONE’s advocacy efforts through public mobilization. This role will work closely with colleagues across the organisation to develop targeted online and off-line campaigns in the UK and Ireland, and to develop and maintain influential supporter relationships. The jobholder will also manage a campaigns coordinator. 

They will be a motivated self-starter with experience in creative communications, marketing and campaigns. S/he will be a flexible and enthusiastic team player with a track record of delivering in a fast-moving environment. 

They will be able to demonstrate excellent understanding of the power of digital channels to engage and motivate supporters. In-depth experience campaigning on development issues is desirable. The Campaigns Manager will report to the UK Director and will be based in our London office, with occasional domestic and international travel as required, in particular to Ireland. 


  • Devise, develop and deliver impactful, creative online and off-line campaigns which promote ONE’s global, European and UK and Ireland policy and advocacy messages to a diverse audience and contribute to policy change 
  • Work with the global brand, campaigns and digital teams to coordinate, draft and produce campaigns materials (member emails, action pages, blogs, social contents) that encourage people to get involved and take action, grow our membership, and improve engagement 
  • Lead on the development and management of the ONE’s supporter engagement strategy in the UK and Ireland, ensuring a growth in the quality and quantity of ONE supporters in line with global targets. 
  • Engage UK and Ireland-based activists and influential individuals to lobby key decision makers and to support ONE´s advocacy efforts 
  • Develop and implement strategies for ONE’s online content on UK and Irish social media platforms (principally Facebook and Twitter) 
  • Support the campaigns coordinator in managing the UK and Ireland Youth Ambassador programmes
  • Lead on the design and implementation of stunts, events and other public facing activities 
  • Play a leading role in relevant NGO coalitions and networks, ensuring both the effectiveness of coalition work and that ONE’s positions are well represented
  • Line manage the UK and Ireland campaigns coordinator
  • Any other duties as required by the role 


  • Strong sense of teamwork and collaboration, with a willingness to get stuck in and a positive and proactive approach to tasks 
  • A minimum of 7 years’ experience working within the field of communications, marketing or campaigning, with proven record of performance 
  • Demonstrable experience of developing innovative online communications and campaigns 
  • Experience of managing digital campaigns and of working with digital advocacy platforms such as ActionKit and Content Management Systems such as WordPress
  • Very strong written and verbal communications skills 
  • Excellent writing and editing skills and experience of campaign and email testing
  • Experience of email marketing and social media best practices
  • Experience of managing projects and organizing large public events 
  • Experience in working with prominent individuals, such as political leaders would be desirable. 
  • Experience of building partnerships with influencing stakeholders and establishing and maintaining strong networks. 
  • Excellent organizational and prioritization skills with strong attention to detail 
  • Able to work under pressure and with tight deadlines 
  • Line management experience would be desirable 
  • A commitment to ONE’s aims and a clear understanding of the links between policy, lobbying, campaigning and media work 

Rolling recruitment. Please apply here


Head of Policy - Malaria No More

Malaria No More UK is looking for Head of Policy to join their International Advocacy team.

Malaria has been described as the oldest killer disease in history and still claims the life of a child every two minutes. Malaria No More UK envisions a world where no one dies from this preventable, curable disease. More than a decade into their mission, their work has contributed to historic progress towards this goal. Their ongoing focus is to help mobilise the political commitments, funding and innovation needed to achieve what would be one of the greatest humanitarian accomplishments - ending malaria within our generation. 

The opportunity:
Malaria No More UK is looking for an experienced Head of Policy to join their International Advocacy team, reporting to the Managing Director, Global Advocacy, Policy & Partnerships. This newly created role will lead on developing and distilling accessible, evidence based and robust policy positions to support and inform the organisation’s advocacy and communications work. The role will work cross-organisationally, with UK and international partners, with an initial focus on supporting efforts to achieve the commitment to halve malaria across The Commonwealth by 2023, including the upcoming opportunity of the 2020 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Kigali.  

Main responsibilities:

  • Lead on Malaria No More UK’s policy development, to ensure they have clear, accessible and communicable policy asks to inform their advocacy efforts at global and national level
  • Support wider policy development and partnership working in the build up to key moments such as CHOGM2020
  • Participate and position Malaria No More UK in relevant key global health meetings and debates, supporting efforts to strengthen international policy making and investment in the global health “innovation to access” pipeline
  • Work closely with the Director of Programmes and Partnerships Development, helping strengthen engagement and partnership opportunities with key external partners and institutions, across public and private sector bodies
  • This role will include line management of a Policy Officer and additional consultants as required
  • London based role with international travel to represent the organisation at international meetings and engage with partners. 

Key skills and experience required:

  • A strong in-depth policy understanding and backgound in global health, ideally with experience working in malaria policy development, advocacy or implementation
  • Evidence of partnership working, with experience of working with global partners and stakeholders

For more information please download the job description here. To find out more and to apply please follow the link.

Closing date: Friday 15th November. 
Interviews: 26th and 27th November. 

Please contact Emily Roberts at Ellwood Atfield for any other information.