• £30,000 FTE
  • 3-4 days a week
  • Flexible and remote working


  • Zero Hour, the campaign for the Climate & Ecology Bill, is looking for a Digital Campaign Manager to activate and propel our work over 2023-24 and beyond. 
  • Working closely with the senior team—and across Zero Hour’s parliamentary, grassroots and comms teams—you will have responsibility for planning and implementing Zero Hour’s supporter engagement and supporter recruitment journeys. 
  • Using our Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system, NationBuilder, you will be at the heart of planning and delivering effective campaign moments that will enable Zero Hour to meet its supporter recruitment and fundraising goals—and drive forward our political aims.
  • Online environmental campaigns that you will lead will also help to influence UK policy change and impact the UK’s response to the climate and nature crises.

Areas of responsibility:

  • Working with the wider team to plan campaign strategies to achieve Zero Hour’s objectives.
  • Creating compelling supporter journeys, petitions, open letters and campaign tools to efficiently convert supporters into active campaigners.
  • Managing and updating the Zero Hour website via WordPress and NationBuilder
  • Managing and maintaining the campaigner database using NationBuilder
  • Communicating with supporters through mass-marketing campaign emails.
  • Working closely with the Campaign Director and Campaign Manager to integrate fundraising strategies into supporter engagement.

Your experience:

  • We’re looking for someone who’s passionate about environmental action who can hit the ground running.
  • At least two years experience in a digital campaigning role.
  • Confident in sending marketing emails to large email lists.
  • Strong experience of NationBuilder, ActionNetwork or similar.
  • Strong experience with WordPress.
  • You understand basic data analysis and analytics, and A/B testing, particularly in a digital campaigning environment.
  • Data analysis skills.
  • Familiarity with PhotoShop or Illustrator, basic video editing, and design programmes like Canva or Figma.
  • Familiarity with, HTML, CSS, and ideally Javascript, Liquid or PHP.

Personal specification: 

  • Experience working in occasionally high-pressure and time-sensitive scenarios.
  • Interpersonal and team work skills.
  • Able to take initiative and work independently
  • Confident, professional written and verbal communications skills.
  • Attention to detail and an ability to manage projects and prioritise tasks.
  • Excellent problem-solving skills and ability to find creative solutions.
  • Respect for sensitive and confidential information.
  • Some knowledge of the key issues surrounding the climate-nature crisis.
  • Some knowledge about the interconnection between social and racial justice and the environmental emergency.
  • An understanding of, or interest in, UK politics.
  • Further details:
  • This work can be largely remote with the option of using a shared office space in East London. It will involve some travel to London for meetings, and some travel to Westminster and elsewhere to meet existing/prospective partners.

Application process:

  • To apply, please submit a two page CV and a two page covering letter to janeking@zerohour.uk by midnight on 12 February 2023.
  • In your covering letter, please (1) explain your suitability for the role, and (2) propose how you think Zero Hour should advance an impactful digital campaign strategy over 2023 as part of building all-party, UK-wide support for the Climate & Ecology Bill campaign.
  • The closing date for applications is (midnight on) 12 February and interviews will take place on 15 February.

About Zero Hour:

  • Zero Hour is the campaign calling for the Climate & Ecology Bill; groundbreaking, science-led legislation bold enough to tackle the climate-nature crisis. The Bill would put us on the right path to restore nature, decarbonise fairly and include the public in a fair way forward.
  • Zero Hour is a mass-mobilisation campaign rapidly building a grassroots movement and alliance of NGOs, businesses, community groups, councils and scientists, as well as over 160 cross-party politicians. 
  • By working for Zero Hour, you’ll be helping bring the CE Bill ever closer to passing into law, helping secure a liveable future for generations to come.
  • You can find out more at zerohour.uk or via our Twitter account, @cebill_now.

Additional notes: 

Zero Hour is committed to providing equal opportunities for everyone, regardless of their background. We acknowledge that people from certain backgrounds are under-represented in environmental campaigns and we are committed to doing what we can to correct this. We are particularly keen to receive applications from people of colour; people with disabilities or other health conditions; people who identify as LGBTQIA+; and people who identify as working class (or have done so in the past).