Advocacy & Communications Manager

CORE Coalition


  • Location: London
  • Salary: £32,000 per annum
  • Contract Type: 35 hours per week, London. One year fixed term contract with possibility of extension subject to funding
  • Closing Date: 11/09/2016

The Advocacy and Communications Manager will develop and deliver an integrated advocacy and communications strategy for specific strands of CORE’s work on corporate accountability. Current advocacy priorities include corporate crime and slavery in supply chains.

Purpose of role

 To work with CORE’s Executive Director and partner organisations, including Amnesty International UK, Anti-Slavery International, CAFOD, Christian Aid, ShareAction, Traidcraft, Unicef UK and WWF UK to help deliver CORE’s advocacy activities.

 To co-ordinate and develop effective advocacy strategies and activities.

 To maximise the use of CORE’s website and social media channels to further our advocacy objectives and maintain and increase the visibility of CORE’s work.

 Activities could include political analysis, strategy development, writing briefings, writing copy, managing events, social media, stakeholder mapping, facilitation, monitoring and evaluating communications activity and impact.

 To liaise and work with a variety of external stakeholders which could include other NGO representatives, consultants, parliamentarians, government officials, business representatives etc.

About CORE

CORE is the UK civil society coalition on corporate accountability. We work with our partner organisations to develop and promote shared policy solutions. We aim to advance the protection of human rights and the environment with regard to the global operations of UK companies by promoting a stronger regulatory framework, higher standards of conduct, compliance with the law, and improved access to remedy for those harmed by the activities of UK companies. Recent successes include campaigning for a new law requiring companies to report on how they’re addressing slavery in their supply chains and publishing guidance for companies on reporting, and giving evidence before the Joint Committee on Human Rights. CORE’s work is led by our Executive Director and by a board of experts in the field of corporate accountability. For more information see