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Marketing & Communications Manager £40,000 - £50,000 p/a and Benefits

OceanMind are seeking an established all-round Marketing & Communications Manager to help drive awareness of OceanMind’s mission. The role would suit a marketing professional ideally with previous experience in the not-for-profit ocean conservation sector, who is able to absorb OceanMind’s mission, ethos, and core values and reflect these in all communications. It is essential that you have proven history in content writing, case studies, and are confident with social media. You will be a powerful communicator with the ability to listen and turn technical information into compelling case studies and narrative.

Working in partnership with the Director of Outreach you will develop content in line with OceanMind’s four thematic areas (Fisheries Compliance, Human Rights at Sea, Climate and Ocean Health, and Undersea Cultural Heritage) to support campaign objectives. You will also work with our partner network on joint campaigns to amplify messaging. You will need to be highly organised and self-managing, taking responsibility for the delivery of strategic objectives, as well as managing related day-to-day administration.

Why join us?

If you share our passion and would like to be part of an inclusive workplace that values diversity, please send a covering letter and your CV including any relevant examples for work to OceanMind Careers: join@oceanmind.global.

This is an exciting and versatile role with a salary of £40,000 - £50,000 depending on experience and benefits. You will have the opportunity to continue your development and the chance to contribute to a more sustainable environment.

CVs will be reviewed soon after their submission, so potential applicants are therefore encouraged to apply as soon as possible.

Note – The role will be UK remote working with travel to our offices in Harwell, as and when required.

About Us

Over eighty percent of all life on Earth dwells in our ocean, producing over half of the planet’s oxygen. Three billion people derive their protein from seafood. One in eight people depend on the sea to earn their livelihood. The ocean regulates our weather and our climate, absorbing gigatons of carbon each year. For these reasons and many more, human wellbeing is directly linked to the health of the ocean.

Yet the ocean is under dire threat from human activity and the relentless effects of climate change. UNESCO estimates that 60% of the world’s major marine ecosystems have been degraded or used unsustainably. Thousands of ocean species are threatened with extinction.

OceanMind helps protect the ocean by powering the regulators of human activity on the ocean, helping them enforce the rules and increase compliance. Using satellites and artificial intelligence we identify suspected non-compliance and deliver insights direct to those who can take action.

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