Change.org is looking for a Campaigns Director for the Philippines

Screen cap of Change.org
Screen cap of Change.org

Change.org is opening its Philippine operations and is looking for a Campaigns Director. See below for an excerpt of the job post:

Change.org offers the world’s most powerful organising tools to every potential citizen-activist and NGO. We are a global organisation that provides a platform for millions of people around the world to start, join and win campaigns for social change on the issues they care about. 10,000 campaigns are started on our site every month, on issues from the environment and health to human rights and social justice. Because so many of these campaigns win, we’re growing exponentially. Globally, we’re up to 8 million members and are now building a core team to launch in the Philippines.

The Campaigns Director will lead all of our advocacy and campaigning efforts in the Philippines. You’ll craft and execute rapid-response campaigns in Filipino. You’ll make a huge impact as you help millions of people start and successfully run their own local campaigns for positive social change. Your work will help inspire the Philippines with a deep belief that people-powered change is possible.

Read the Job Description and Duties HERE

About Change.org

According to its website, “Change.org is a rapidly expanding, profitable social venture growing by hundreds of thousands of members a month and empowering people across the globe to win social action campaigns on a wide range of issues such as human rights, global poverty, and environmental protection. Our current partners include hundreds of the world’s largest nonprofits, including Amnesty International, Sierra Club, Human Rights Campaign, and the United Nations Foundation.” Know more about Change.org by visiting its website.

Niña Terol-Zialcita

Niña Terol-Zialcita is a “Communicator, Connector, idea Curator, and Changemaker” who uses the power of words and ideas to advocate causes and promote the Philippines at its best. She is ProPinoy.net’s Deputy Editor, as well as Editor-in-Chief of asianTraveler, the longest-running travel magazine in the Philippines. When she is not writing, blogging, or traveling, Niña is conducting writing workshops with Writer’s Block Philippines, hanging out at art galleries and cafés, and performing poetry with her husband, percussionist and performance artist Paul Zialcita. She is also the author of the book "[r]evolutionaries: The new generation of Filipino youth and youth organizations".