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Job: Senior Campaigner, Feedback, London, UK


Advertiser's description (via Feedback):

Feedback is a UK- and Netherlands-based campaign group working for food that is good for people and planet. We want a world where:

  • All people have secure access to delicious, culturally appropriate food that is nutritious and does not cause environmental harm
  • Global supply chains, farming and fishing contribute to food sovereignty, good livelihoods, mitigate climate change and enable nature to thrive
  • Communities have agency to create food economies that are inclusive, equitable, resilient and celebratory

To meet these objectives, we carry out the following activities:

  • We delegitimize corporations
  • We ideate and advocate for policy change and regulation
  • We nurture community agency
  • We widen our circle of allies
  • We change culture and public discourse

Our current strategy framework can be found here:


This is an exciting role for an experienced campaigner (5-7+ years) to lead the design, development and delivery of a new campaign exposing the food security, environmental, climate, health and human right abuses and global injustice issues linked to the production and use of synthetic fertilisers.


  1. Working closely with the Director of Campaigns, the Executive Director and other senior colleagues, lead the design and development of Feedback’s new campaign on industrial, fossil-fuel based agriculture reliant on synthetic fertilisers, formulating robust and striking policy positions and campaign asks that will result in socially equitable outcomes. During your first three months at Feedback you will:
    • Create an internal knowledge base on key aspects of fertiliser production and use based on a comprehensive review of the relevant technical and scientific literature;
    • Conduct supply chain mapping and scoping on corporate structures, ownership and market dynamics;
    • Build a network of allies supportive of our core objectives;
    • Build understanding of the interface between the livestock and fertiliser agendas.
  2. Project manage implementation of Feedback’s fossil agriculture/ synthetic fertiliser campaign, which we currently plan to launch at COP29 in Azerbaijan;
  3. Undertake research and analysis and produce high quality written campaign materials including reports, briefings, factsheets and open letters;
  4. Produce written content for Feedback’s social media channels (e.g. blogs, posts);
  5. Monitor key market and political/regulatory developments;
  6. Build strategic relationships with journalists and represent Feedback in the media;
  7. Engage at senior level with corporate executives and institutional representatives;
  8. Represent Feedback at external meetings and conferences to engage and influence decision makers;
  9. Participate in civil society coalitions and build a strong and effective network of like-minded organisations supportive of our work;
  10. Commission research and manage external contractors where required;
  11. Track and evaluate campaign impact;
  12. Manage campaign budget and provide updates on campaign highlights to donors as required.



Essential requirements:

  • Knowledge of global food systems and/or global energy systems issues and ability to quickly master a technical brief;
  • Experience working on a global campaign;
  • Experience working with the media;
  • Excellent writing skills and confident public speaker;
  • Ability to work autonomously;
  • Flexibility, an appetite for teamwork and a learning mindset;
  • Ability to attend Feedback’s office in London with minimum attendance of 1 day per week on average, and to undertake occasional international travel.
  • A commitment to the objectives and core values of Feedback – Collaboration, Celebration, Audacity, Solidarity, Impact.
  • A commitment to Feedback’s vision of a food system that regenerates nature and sustain us all on a fair basis.
  • A commitment to Feedback’s anti-oppression work.