Head of Campaigns and Strategy for International Industry Accountability


Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids

Washington, DC

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The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids (Campaign) is a leading force in the fight to reduce tobacco use and its deadly toll in the United States and around the world and envisions a future free of the death and disease caused by tobacco. With an exciting organizational commitment to actively combatting the tobacco industry’s disruptive influence, the Campaign now seeks a new Head of Campaigns and Strategy for International Industry Accountability who will be responsible for planning and implementing strategic corporate campaigns to challenge the tobacco industry’s political influence and hold tobacco companies fully accountable for the death and disease caused by tobacco. Working as a key member of the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids’ international program, the new Head of Strategy will work with the Tobacco Industry Accountability team, country and regional teams, and in coordination with the Campaign’s research, communications, legal, and grants departments.

The new Head of Strategy will provide overarching direction and coordination to international industry accountability initiatives in progress as well as identify future opportunities to weaken and impede the tobacco industry’s efforts to interfere in tobacco control policy change around the world. The ideal candidate will have the keen ability to pinpoint weaknesses and devise strategies to counter corporate interference and will be an effective campaigner who builds broad coalitions focused on the shared goal of eliminating the industry’s influence and reducing the harmful effects of tobacco use. S/he will be a natural collaborator and passionate advocate who brings together diverse groups internally and externally for measurable change and in pursuit of a shared mission.

To apply for this job email your resume, cover letter, and salary history to ctfk-hia@nonprofitprofessionals.com

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