Work at an innovative tech social enterprise that is fighting corruption
We live in a world where the future of democracy is no longer assured, and the power and opacity of corporations threatens to undermine society. If you want to make a difference, want to make sure that fundamental rights and democratic values are maintained, join OpenCorporates, the largest open database of companies in the world.
Over the past five years we’ve achieved huge amounts, helping change society for the better, and becoming a key resource for journalists, NGOs, government and more. We’ve helped journalists investigate stories of corruption, money laundering and organized crime. We’ve enabled armchair investigators to build corporate network for powerful organisations and politicians. And our data has been used by many charities including Global Witness, Transparency International, Oxfam, NRGI, and OpenOil for research and investigations.
After 3 years, our wonderful Community Manager, Hera, is moving out of London, and so we need someone to fill her considerable shoes, and build on what’s already been achieved, to make OpenCorporates even more important and impactful in the world.
Closing date: 31st May
About the role
As the Communications & Advocacy Manager, you will be responsible for building and managing an active community of users of NGOs, investigative journalists, academics, developers, contributors and other users of OpenCorporates. You will also be our main lead in advocacy, user engagement, marketing and partnerships. You’ll design the community strategy, promote our work, find new partners, develop existing relationships, and help contributors to remain motivated. This is an important role and a key public-facing job at a growing social enterprise doing cutting edge work with open data.
There are many reasons why you’ll love the role. Here are a few:
- Develop governance/policy materials with CEO
- Be the face of OpenCorporates at events and media
- Work with other OpenCorporates staff and investigative journalists to discover interesting data stories
- Explore power through open data
- Host regular community events, including webinars
- Travel and meet lots of people
- Salary will be commensurate with experience
- 25 days holiday (plus public holidays)
- Level39 membership (so free fruit, drinks, cookies; a subsidised cafe; events and monthly social gatherings)
- We always accommodate any requests for books/training/conference/etc. expenditure
We are based at Level39 in Canary Wharf, with a nice office and great views over London. You will need to travel to conferences and workshops internationally. Applicants must have a valid UK work permit. Strictly no recruitment agencies.
Send your CV and cover letter explaining your motivation for this role to email@example.com.