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EVAW’s communications officer will help inform the public and media stakeholders about violence against women and girls (VAWG), influence narratives about this abuse and inspire change.

Responsibilities include growing our online presence and media profile, creating engaging (audio)visual content and writing accessible and informative press releases, web pieces, social media posts and more.

The postholder will have an eye for design and a finger on the pulse of current trends, with strong written skills, a commitment to accessibility, and an understanding of social change and the UK’s media landscape.

You are likely to have some experience in a communications, media or campaigns context, working on VAWG or another human rights/equalities issue, and will be seeking an opportunity to work in a highly impactful, agile and dynamic feminist organisation.

Whether practical or academic, paid or voluntary, a background in VAWG will of course be an asset. You’ll need to show us you have a good understanding of VAWG, can communicate complex issues with clarity and impact, and are committed to intersectional feminism. The applications which stand out in this process will be from those who deeply believe in what we do. 


We guarantee an invitation to interview for disabled applicants who demonstrate, within their application, sufficient evidence to meet the essential criteria for the job.

Please note we are only able to consider applicants who are able to demonstrate their right to work in the UK. 

EVAW aims to be an anti-racist, values-centring employer. We are seeking out individuals with dedication, aptitude and the ability to deliver meaningful campaigning work. If you have strong knowledge and experience related to any of the significant parts of this job but are not sure that your profile fits in a ‘traditional’ way, please do consider making an application, or get in touch to discuss your background and we will try to give you a steer on the job and what’s involved. If you would like to discuss this, please contact us at with ‘Contact request’ and the job role in the subject line.


Click on the links below to download the relevant documents for this role:

Job description

Equality monitoring form

Applications will only be considered from candidates who submit a CV and respond to the four questions on our application form. Click the link below to submit these documents along with the equality and diversity monitoring form:

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We request no contact from recruitment agencies or media sales.


Applications must be received by 11.59 PM on Wednesday, 8th May 2024.

Shortlisted candidates will be notified by w/c 20th May 2024, with interviews will take place in London between 5th and 7th June 2024.

Please note that we cannot provide feedback on all applications, and will only be able to contact shortlisted candidates.

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