Job Description: Campaign Coordinator for Stop Financing Factory Farming (S3F) coalition


Job title: Campaign Coordinator, Stop Financing Factory Farming Independent Contractor

Contract: 12 months with the possibility of extension

Remuneration: Competitive. In line with market rates, and commensurate with experience and location. Working pattern (days/week) to be agreed with the successful candidate.

Location: Remote. It is desirable for the successful candidate to be located in a campaign focus region in the Global South. The candidate is expected to work from home, with occasional and travel. The candidate is expected to provide their own ICT work tools.

Deadline: Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis

Start date: As soon as possible

To apply: Please submit your CV and cover letter to with “S3F Campaign Coordinator” in the subject of your email


The Stop Financing Factory Farming (S3F) campaign is seeking a new Coordinator, to take the campaign to the next level.

Across the globe, industrial livestock operations are a major cause of greenhouse gas emissions, deforestation, biodiversity loss, land and social conflicts, and animal cruelty. These harms disproportionately impact women, Indigenous peoples and low-income communities of color. Yet, Public Development Banks (PDBs) are financing giant meat companies under the guise of “development.” Our research has found that in the past decade, the top 5 development banks poured $4.5 billion into industrial livestock companies.

Just as campaigns to stop public financing for coal led to increased coal divestment from the private sector, stopping factory farm investments by development finance institutions is a key step in a broader push to shift financial sector investments away from industrial livestock production toward more sustainable, climate-friendly food systems and agriculture. As result, a diverse coalition of groups launched together a global campaign that aims to shift public development finance away from industrial animal agriculture, initially targeting multilateral development banks and their funds, such as IFC/World Bank Group, and regional MDBs, including the InterAmerican Development Bank Group, Asian Development Bank (ADB), African Development Bank (AfDB), the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), and European Investment Bank (EIB).

The campaign started in 2020 and is governed by a Steering Committee composed of seven organizations: Sinergia Animal, Friends of the Earth U.S, Global Forest Coalition, Bank Information Center, Feedback, World Animal Protection and International Accountability Project.

About the role

This position will play a vital role in the coalition, working with the steering committee to lead the collaborative work of the campaign, develop strategy, coordinate and facilitate the coalition, and lead fundraising and campaign delivery processes. This role would suit someone with strong skills and demonstrable experience in:

• Project management and coordination: managing projects across multiple working groups, delivering parallel workstreams, and designing new processes and structures to enhance the coalition’s work.

• Facilitating a diverse, multicultural, and multi-sectoral coalition, with a keen ability to effectively communicate and work with teams across different time zones and languages, harnessing the advantages that diversity brings.

⚫ Campaign planning and delivery, including collaborative development of campaign strategies, fostering coalition identity, community, and momentum, and leveraging significant social, political, and cultural events to maximize our impact. The coordinator will report to the steering committee of the campaign, which will involve working closely with all its members. The role will be hosted by Friends of the Earth US on behalf of the campaign.

Friends of the Earth US is an environmental and social justice organization with more than 4 million members and activists in the US. Its Food and Agriculture Program works to rapidly transition our food system away from corporate controlled, industrial agriculture to a food system that is regenerative, healthy and just. FOE US is part of the Friends of the Earth International Federation, a network of organizations in 74 countries working with grassroots movements for social and environmental justice. FOE US is the Global Secretariat of the Stop Financing Factory Farming campaign.


1. General campaign operations

Act as the main point of contact for the campaign, manage the campaign communication lists, coordinate working group and coalition meetings, ensure consistent records and communication with all steering committee members,

⚫ Alongside the steering committee develop the campaign’s annual work plan, including objectives and key results.

• Manage, monitor and evaluate the implementation of the campaign’s annual work plan, working groups’ work plans and other deliverables.

Manage the campaign budget.

⚫ Recruit and manage consultants.

Manage the development and maintenance of the campaign website, and other core campaign resources as appropriate.

2. External campaign coordination

Support the campaign relationship building, outreach and expansion efforts, from members’ engagement to public facing, and serve as spokesperson when needed.

Work alongside campaign members and partners to strengthen their participation in the campaign and its working groups, ensure monthly members’ calls take place.

Improve the Members Engagement Action Plan.

3 Campaign delivery

Support the development and delivery of key outputs related to campaigning moments

Work with freelancers and members of the coalition on producing campaign resources, such as research, case studies and communications material.

Track campaign results and commitments to donors and funders, develop the campaign annual progress report.

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Published On: April 24th, 2023 / Categories: AgriJobs, News / Tags: /

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