HOPE not hate is the UK’s leading anti-fascist campaign group. Our communications work has told the story of HOPE not hate foiling a murder plot, provides vital intelligence to media outlets, and how our work in schools counters prejudice and hate.
On this page you’ll find details of what the role entails, the kind of person we’re looking for, and how to apply.
We’re looking for a press and media specialist to join our Campaigns and Communications team of six. You’ll be solely responsible for using the media to best tell our story, promote our work and generate coverage which will further our goals. This is a campaigning role that will suit someone with an eye for detail, and an eye for a good story, and the drive to get results.
If you’re passionate about pushing back the rise of the far right and building hope, enjoy developing and building relationships with the media, crafting and placing impactful stories, and maintaining the high profile of an organisation like ours, we want to hear from you.
Applications close on 20 April.
The role: Communications Manager
Reports to: Campaigns Director
Salary: £32,000 to £38,000 (inc. London Weighting if applicable – £2,556 for Inner London, £1,869 for Outer London) dependent on experience
Benefits: Pension, 25 days annual leave
Based in: London office. (We are willing to consider remote working within the UK, with regular in-person meetings in London, for the right candidate.)
What you’ll be doing in this role
Working as a member of our Campaigns and Communications team, this role includes:
What we think you’ll need to be able to do the job
We expect applicants to show a range of experiences:
You will have emotional resilience to work in a field that involves challenging content, good political judgement and awareness and the ability to work under pressure and reduced timescales.
We believe that our work will be at its best if it is created by people with a range of backgrounds and experiences. We are keen to interview people who will add diversity to our team. We are an antifascist organisation, which strives to be an effective ally in the wider fight against racism and inequity.
How to apply
To apply, you’ll need to set out your most recent professional roles, and then answer the following questions to set out how you meet the criteria for this role.
Click here to apply for this role by answering these questions and by completing the diversity and monitoring form.