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We are looking for bright and energetic individuals to join our small team. We currently have the following opportunities available:

Communications & Outreach Officer

We are looking for a part-time, competent and motivated Communications & Outreach Officerto join our small team committed to changing consumer choices to make factory farming a thing of the past and to expose the wider tyranny on the environment, our health and animals.

The Farms Not Factories campaign was founded to inform consumers of the true costs of factory pork and how we can all help bring an end to this dangerous, inhumane system by only buying pork from high welfare farms that allow the animals to express natural behavior. In recent years, the work of Farms Not Factories has broadened to also campaigning about the importance of small scale food systems and the threats of GM, corporate land grabs and much more.

Location: Remote
Hours: 8–16 hours per week days per week.
Salary: £13 p/hr (or more, dependent on experience)
Duration: Permanent

The successful candidate will be employed part-time on a freelance basis.

Role Description

Job purpose:

  • Plan and create organic content, edit, update and monitor social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube)
  • Develop a social media strategy, to ensure a coordinated approach
  • Monitor news, share accordingly on social media channels and with the team for the FNF monthly newsletter
  • Respond to queries received on social media
  • Report on social media activity, using social insights/analytics and using data to to analyse campaign results and continuously optimise performance
  • Seek out opportunities for engagement and to engage with high-profile social media accounts for increased engagement
  • Promote campaigns through press release sendouts
  • Support the Director’s social media activity and engagement, posting on their behalf when necessary

Person specification

  • Experience of communications and using social media in an professional context
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills, varied writing abilities
  • Experience working as a part of a small team
  • Flexibility and willingness to occasionally work outside of normal office hours
  • A commitment and enthusiasm to work towards Farms Not Factories’ vision
  • Knowledge of food and farming sovereignty movement

Your work will enable us to bring our message and expertise to a larger audience and create behaviour change that is vital to fixing the global food system.

To apply for this role, please email with your CV and a cover letter explaining how you meet the person specification with reference to the role description (one page maximum).

Deadline for applications is midnight Monday 9 October.

Email; Tracy Worcester (Director) at for further details.

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