Anima International

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We are an international organization which helps animals, particularly farmed animals, as effectively as possible. To help us achieve our goal we use scientific evidence, careful reasoning and decades of experience.

We are impact oriented and use a wide array of tools to make the world a better place. Our current toolkit includes:

  • groundbreaking global investigations which expose animal suffering hidden behind the walls of factory farms,
  • negotiations with companies to make them ban the most cruel practices,
  • advocacy to secure legal milestones for animals,
  • influencing markets to introduce animal-friendly approaches,
  • in addition to this, we work to strengthen the capacity of the animal advocacy movement.


Anima International is looking for a Global Campaign Manager to help us figure out the most effective campaign strategies to mobilize and lead activists across the globe to create a change for animals, and a Global Growth Manager to increase Anima International’s effectiveness through its international growth. 

Salary: The minimum salary (the salary base) varies depending on your place of residence. We aim for the salary base to be around the median of salaries in the country. For example, in the UK the base salary is GBP 36,954.48 gross/year and in Poland, it’s PLN 6385,24 PLN gross/month. Your salary may change due to your previous experience related to the position and activism (+3% for each year). In addition, the salary increases with your seniority in Anima International according to the following model:

+ 7% – for every year worked at Anima International during the first 5 years of work

+ 5% – for every year worked at Anima International during the next 5 years of work

+ 3% – for every year worked at Anima International during the next 5 years of work

+ 2% – for every year worked at Anima International during the next years of work

Location: fully remote, we will consider applicants from across the world, provided that they are willing to travel on average 6–8 times per year and be flexible in terms of time differences.

Apply here by 17 March 2024, 11:59 PM CET

Suggested skills and/or requirements: 

Global Growth Manager: You will both establish and grow Anima International teams around the globe. You will help member groups of Anima International be more effective, training them in aspects of a broad skill set, from campaigning or conducting investigations to fundraising and management. So useful skills include:

  • Campaigning experience
  • Project management
  • Understanding of key areas and campaigns of the animal advocacy movement
  • Communication skills
  • Basic digital skills

Nice-to-haves include experience of leading teams, basic fundraising and/or media experience, but do not hesitate to apply if you do not have this experience. We are open to hiring for senior and junior positions.

Global Campaign Manager: You’ll be coordinating our campaigns in coalitions, training our campaigners, and thinking critically about the campaigns we are doing – and not doing. So useful skills and traits include:

  • High agency, endurance, and conscientiousness
  • Ability to understand and weigh up nuanced issues
  • Ability to transfer knowledge, teach, and motivate other activists
  • High cognitive empathy, communicativeness, and alliance building

Nice-to-haves include experience covering a lot of aspects of organizational work, like marketing, fundraising, multimedia production, etc., and how they work together with campaigns.

More about these positions: We’re expecting to have a hard time hiring for this role – please apply if you’re not sure, and share the role with people who might be interested! All the details are available here for the Global Campaign Manager and here for the Global Growth Manager. The application deadline is 17 March, 11:59 CET, and the application form is here.

Anima International is hiring for two positions in its UK branch (Open Cages) as its 2nd and 3rd employees - links below. For more information on the recruitment and open positions read this blog post.

We are looking for:

  • Campaign Manager to help us scale up our efforts to end the intensive farming of broiler chickens.
  • Supporter Manager to help ensure Open Cages has the resources and supporter base needed to win campaigns.

Additionally, we are going to open 4 international positions (for our movement building and global multimedia teams) later this year. Those positions will be listed on our Jobs page.