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Senior Forest Campaigner

Reference     (Please mention Stopdodo/Environment Jobs in your application)
Sectors   Nature Conservation, Ecology, GIS
Location   England (London & Greater)
Town/City   London Office
Salary   £40,000 – £46,000 depending on experience
Type   Fixed Term and Permanent Roles
Status   Full Time
Level   Senior Level
Deadline   01/09/2021
Company Name   Environmental Investigation Agency
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Website   Further Details / Applications
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This is a full-time position and to deliver these results EIA is seeking a Senior Campaigner with substantial and demonstrable experience in both managing campaigns and projects. You will be responsible for advocacy, research and delivery of reports and briefings. Experienced line management and project management is essential. This position will report to the Forest campaign lead and work closely within the forest team.



  • of forest governance, forest conversion, and deforestation
  • of environmental and human rights issues with an understanding of mechanisms relating to forest governance, illegal logging, the associated illicit trade, and land governance.
  • of anti-corruption and or sanction regimes relevant to Forests and environmental crime


  • Extensive and proven experience in campaigning on environmental and human rights issues
  • Experience in political and technical analysis relevant to Forests
  • Experience in delivering targeted research and tasks that include analysing, documenting, and reporting findings.
  • Desk based research and field activities.
  • Line management of staff
  • Ability to manage project commitments including budget with team leader oversight.

The main components of the campaign are:

  • Scrutinise governance and trade issues facilitating deforestation, including illegal forest conversion, land grabbing, and conflict driven by insecure land tenure.
  • Work in conjunction with the Forest Team to achieve a regulatory approach through the European Union Action Plan on Deforestation
  • Detailed intelligence on flows of illicit timber leading to improved transparency and enforcement on the trade in illicit timber.
  • Engage, inform, and monitor current sanction regimes in Myanmar.
  • Strengthen civil society to influence policy decisions leading to improved forest governance in target countries.

Campaign responsibilities

  • Set research priorities for EIA forest campaign in conjunction with the Forest Team Leader and team
  • Participate in the planning and execution of research and/or field investigations
  • Assist in political /policy/advocacy work as part of campaign goals and strategy.
  • Oversee the production of public reports and briefings
  • Oversee the campaigns work on forest conversion and deforestation such as palm oil.
  • Ability to carry out communications work including media, both traditional and social media.

Management of activities

  • Ensure all relevant activities as specified by the Forest Campaign Team leader are carried out on time and within budget.
  • Contribute to the production of quarterly Action plan for forests.
  • Produce budgets for Forest project related activities prior to expenditure.
  • Assist in producing financial forecasts associated with quarterly plans.
  • Be responsible for interim and annual narrative reports as directed by Forest Campaign Team Leader and with forest team members.
  • Responsible for expenditure reports and together with Forest administrator track and oversee your budget.

Strategic planning

  • Assist in the production of long term and annual campaign strategies for EIAs Forest Campaign
  • Assist in the production of annual work plans towards the delivery of campaign strategies in conjunction with the Forest Team Leader with input from forest team members.
  • Participate in EIA’s long-term strategic planning as required.

Human Resource Management

  • Act as line manager to members of the forest team as agreed with Team Leader.
  • Assist in recruitment and management of new staff and volunteers as required.
  • Assist in recruitment of consultancy work as required.
  • Support civil society partners working alongside UK based forest team as relevant.


  • Plan and manage the production of high-quality campaign materials targeting external audiences.
  • Communicate with EIA’s US office on forest issues as required.
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