We’re recruiting! DEAL’s Digital Communications Lead

Are you passionate about creating a world in which people and planet can thrive in balance?

Do you have fantastic skills and experience in managing collaborative digital platforms and creating thriving online communities?

Can you write clear, compelling text for websites and social media?

If the answer is yes, yes and yes, then we’d love to hear from you! (or please do forward this to others who might be great for this role…)

Doughnut Economics Action Lab (DEAL) is a new organisation working with innovative cities, community groups, enterprises and teachers worldwide to co-create and spread brilliant tools and resources that turn the ideas of Doughnut Economics into practice.

We are now ready to hire an energetic and agile person to lead DEAL’s digital communications work – in terms of designing and managing the collaborative platform that will soon be central to our work, as well as writing press releases and newsletters, and being the voice of DEAL on our social media accounts.

The role is a one-year full-time post, with potential for extension once we have secured long-term funding, and it is based in our office at Makespace Oxford.

In order apply please download the full job description and the required application form.

You can also find out more about DEAL’s vision, purpose and strategy in our Strategic Plan 2020-22.

 Deadline for applications12 midnight, Friday 6th March 2020.

Interviews: 17th or 18th March 2020, in person in Oxford or by Skype

If you have any questions about the application process, please write to team@doughnuteconomics.org

4 thoughts on “We’re recruiting! DEAL’s Digital Communications Lead

  1. 25 February 2020 at 04:28

    I’m so glad to see this happening! Wish I were younger, I’d throw my hat into the ring…

  2. Gail Black
    25 February 2020 at 21:48

    Dear Kate, You won me over the first time I read about and watched your videos. I consider myself your number 1 fan in the United States. I’ve been spreading your work in every corner I can…and as much as I can. I even bought your book and sent it to the President of our City Council in Colorado Springs, CO.

    I’m so proud of the work you do. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. I too, would if I were younger be throwing my hat into the ring…


    1. 25 February 2020 at 22:58

      Thanks so much Gail, it’s great to know we have your support. Once the platform is up and running you are really welcome to join, share and learn – throw your digital hat into the ring! this is team work and we looking forward to playing as a big team. Kate

  3. Elise Kissling
    27 February 2020 at 12:33

    Since reading Doughnut Economics a few years ago, I have read and am getting involved in Common Good economics, which started in Austria and has been detailled and is promoted by Christian Felber. I wonder why the two movements don’t work together. The two seem to have a lot of similarities. In addition, common Good economics has already achieved a lot: a common good balance sheet for companies has been developed and refined democratically, real banks exist that use the principles and tools of common good economics; there are certified common good consultants and auditors; there are even towns that are adopting common good principles and tools. I ask myself if DEAL couldn’t jumpstart its program by working with the Common Good tools rather than building its own from scratch. And there is certainly cross-fertilization in the other direction . Check https://sozialversicherung-kompetent.de/krankenversicherung/versicherungsrecht/396-familienversicherung-und-abfindung.html