Communications Manager


Integrity Action is an innovative, award-winning international development organisation which helps citizens use mobile technology to hold the powerful to account. We are looking for a talented and enthusiastic Communications, Marketing and/or Creative Project Manager to lead on raising the profile of the charity at this exciting stage of the organisation’s development.

Integrity Action's work has a clear focus: to promote integrity in the delivery of essential services, infrastructure projects and humanitarian aid in some of the world’s toughest environments.

Using mobile technology and our DevelopmentCheck app, we enable citizens to monitor vital services including education, health and water, and to solve the problems they find. To date we have worked with over 10,000 community members and helped them to monitor – and fix – over a thousand projects across more than a dozen countries. The result is development money doing what it is meant to do. 

In this role you will wear multiple “hats”: brand guardian, content creator, manager of communications and marketing projects, and owner of the organisation’s communications strategy – both implementing it and keeping it up-to-date. You will draw up creative briefs and commission communications products that portray Integrity Action’s approach and achievements in a compelling way. You will build relationships with and pitch to development sector trade press, and stimulate discussions with our target audiences. You will also lead and manage Integrity Action’s direct communications activities on social and other media, and will manage the development of a new organisational website.

We believe Integrity Action presents a great opportunity for storytelling across multiple platforms and channels. Every one of our citizen monitors has a story to tell about the changes they are bringing about in their community – and the real-time data we are collecting from all these monitors is a great source of insights into what’s working on the ground, and what isn’t.