Climate Outreach are looking for someone to lead  their programme, which exists to fundamentally change the way climate change is visually represented. Climate Outreach believe that climate change imagery needs to be about people, impacted communities, and powerful images of the solutions to climate change. Creating compelling visual and photographic stories about climate change is essential to public attitudes and global policy. We're looking for someone who shares this vision and can lead our work creating this change.

They are seeking a Programme Lead & Media Liaison to grow and expand the Climate Visuals programme and its influence in key sectors, with a particular focus on media and photographic agencies. The role will involve developing a tailored programme of engagement and resources for key international media gatekeepers and decision-makers, advocating for the Climate Visuals approach through professional networks and managing the strategic direction of the programme’s key streams.

Climate Visuals is one of Climate Outreach’s flagship projects, focused on using first-of-its-kind international social research, and a growing library of evidence-based imagery, to permanently change the way that climate change is communicated through the visual medium, and more effectively engage the wider public on climate change.

The successful applicant will be someone who is dynamic and resourceful, with a strong track record in managing comparable programmes and experience in the media, photographic, advertising or creative industries.

Climate Outreach are Europe's leading climate change communicators, bridging the gap between research and practice and helping to widen engagement across a broader spectrum of society.

If you want to change the way the public sees climate change - here are the application details:

Please send a CV, completed application form and covering letter with the subject title “Climate Visuals Programme Lead” to.  

Please provide these as documents and do not send PDFs.

Please use your covering letter to tell us how you think you fit the person specification for the post - especially the essential criteria. Please do not exceed 700 words.

Applications due: by Friday 28th June 2019, 5pm

Interviews: Monday 15th July 2019

Start date: tbc August 2019

Location:  Oxford {flexible with access to Oxford}

For more information please email: recruitment [@] 

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