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ProVeg is looking to fill the following positions:

About ProVeg

ProVeg International is a food awareness organisation working to transform the global food system by replacing animal-based products with plant-based and cultured alternatives. We work with decision-making bodies, companies, investors, the media, and the general public to help the world transition to a society and economy that are less reliant on animal agriculture and more sustainable for all humans, animals, and our planet. We have offices in nine countries across four continents and are active around the world. ProVeg has a permanent observer status with the UNFCCC, special consultative status with ECOSOC, is accredited for UNEA, and has received the United Nations’ Momentum for Change Award.

Communications Manager, UK

Are you a highly-creative communicator with a sharp eye for visual impact and a way with words and design? Can you help us tell the story of our programmes, including School Plates, which makes school meals healthier and more sustainable, as well the upcoming Hospital Plates and our policy work? We want to create engaging content to explain the need for better public sector food, to showcase our services, and to illustrate our impact.

As well as being a strong writer, you’ll be a creative designer, comfortable with handling design requests among your other tasks in a busy workload. Reporting directly to the UK Director, you’ll also work closely with the rest of the UK team as well as some international colleagues.

Lear more about the role and submit your application here.

Development Manager, UK

You’ll be raising funds primarily for School Plates, the flagship UK programme, to help school menus to become healthier and more planet-friendly by increasing the quality, quantity, and uptake of plant-based food.

The programme is growing rapidly. Now working with 70 major school caterers feeding over 1 million children daily, we’ve roughly doubled our reach in each of the last two years. With a new educational programme to teach children about their food choices launching this year, and our School Plates Awards and Global Plant-based School Food Network both expanding considerably, there is a need to significantly grow our income.  

The role is primarily a combination of major donor and corporate fundraising to complement our existing trusts and foundations fundraising. You’ll be an experienced relationship builder, a driven and enthusiastic self-starter, and an excellent project manager. Are you also passionate about improving school food and changing the food system? Can you match our ambition?

Lear more about the role and submit your application here.


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