Based in the UK, the team is a dynamic nexus at the very heart of Fashion Revolution. This democratic, diverse and unique team, is responsible for organising and managing the primary groups that create, direct and oversee Fashion Revolution globally. These areas include Communications, Policy and Research, Partnerships, Governance Operations, Fundraising, PR and Education. This team also connects the global network of fashion revolutionaries.
Fashion Revolution Country Coordinators (CCs) are the diverse individuals who have voluntarily taken on the roles and responsibilities associated with this position. They come from all areas of the fashion industry, give Fashion Revolution its strength and reach and provide people around the world with the opportunity to engage. There is only one CC per country and the CCs are appointed by the GCT to become the official representative for Fashion Revolution. They are responsible to the GCT and carry out important functions such as: to facilitate and distribute Fashion Revolution campaign materials, communication strategy and policy asks; coordinate and activate all the stakeholders within their country to engage with Fashion Revolution in accordance with the global guidelines; compile and submit annual reports on their impact, progress and feedback.
You can find your country coordinator through the panel, below.
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Fashion Revolution is based in the UK and is a not for profit Community Interest Company no: 8988812 and charity no:1173421. If you have queries or would like more in-depth information about any aspect of how we are organised and governed please contact our governance team for more information via the Contact Page on our website, selecting the UK in the drop-down menu.
Fashion Revolution is strong because it is diverse. We do not discriminate in hiring practices and actively seek a diverse applicant pool. We encourage candidates of all abilities, ages, gender identities and expressions, national origins, races and ethnicity, religious beliefs, sexual orientations, and those with criminal records to apply. We welcome all kinds of diversity. Our employees include people who are parents and non-parents, the self-taught and university educated, and from a wide span of socio-economic backgrounds and perspectives on the world.
We use the Rooney Rule in our hiring process and guarantee an interview to candidates that self-identify with a disability as long as they meet the minimum criteria for the role.
We cannot employ non-UK based residents at present.
We are currently recruiting for:
Policy & Research Manager deadline: 22 January 2021
Junior Project Manager deadline: 22 January 2021, please note interviews are on a rolling basis for this role
Communications and Content Manager deadline: 22 January 2021, please note interviews are on a rolling basis for this role.
Junior Graphic Designer deadline: 21st February 2021