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Animal Equality UK is currently seeking to hire for the following three critical positions. Each role is absolutely vital to the success of the core mission of our organisation and needs someone with the right mix of professional skills and personal passion for the aims and values of Animal Equality.


Click on the 'Read More' button to see the full details for each position.

To register you interest in a position, email (ideally attaching an up to date CV or otherwise including a link to an online professional profile, such as LinkedIn) or call 020 3951 7630 to speak to our partner search & selection consultants. For more details see the How to Apply page.

Speaking through Megaphone


Leading on the delivery of our life-saving campaigns on behalf of farmed animals. Building and managing relationships with key media and policy-maker contacts. Being a public face of Animal Equality UK.

Writing on Tablet


Telling our story and communicating the plight of farmed animals in an emotive and highly impactful way. Driving engagement with our supporters and donor network; using direct marketing techniques to fundraise for Animal Equality UK.

News Cameraman


Taking responsibility for our multiple communication channels, including social media and wider online presence. Ensuring the production and communication of high quality multi-media content, for both online and offline audiences.


Animal Equality is an equal opportunities employer; we welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or age. We are especially keen to encourage applications from: individuals who are Black and / or of the global majority; people with disabilities; and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. We are also proud to be a Disability Confident Employer and we will endeavour to accommodate any reasonable adjustments that individuals may require throughout the application process.

Animal Equality is a registered charity (England and Wales), no. 1168309.

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