HOPE not hate is the UK’s leading anti-fascist campaigning organisation. Our social media channels have helped to tell our stories – of our research successes, even offoiling a murder plot, have inspired and mobilises our community of supporters, and promoted our training and our work in schools countering prejudice and hate.
We’re looking for a social media specialist who is passionate about our cause to join our Campaigns and Communications team of six. You’ll work with people across the team to use social media to hit our goals, supporting the work of your colleagues, and inspiring our supporters through online engagement.
On this page you’ll find details of what the role entails, the kind of person we’re looking for, and how to apply.
If you’re passionate about pushing back the rise of the far right and building hope, thrive when challenged to be creative with content, care about helping colleagues use social media, and want to campaign with supporters across the country, we want to hear from you.
Applications close at 10am on 2 June.
The role: Social Media Lead
Reports to: Campaigns Director
Salary: £30,000 (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 happy 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
We’re looking for someone who understands, and is passionate about, HOPE not hate’s mission. In this role, we need someone who can:
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 judgement and political awareness and the ability to work under pressure and reduced timescales.
How to apply
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.
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.