Campaign Coordinator

Position Objective:

To manage and coordinate PETA Asia’s many cutting-edge campaigns and work with activists across Asia in order to bring attention to animal rights issues

Term of Employment:


Primary Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Develop and manage cutting-edge campaigns against companies and industries that abuse animals
  • Organize and attend street-theater-style protests in Asia
  • Coordinate campaigns and projects within the Asia office, liaising with PETA affiliates around the world to generate support for our campaigns
  • Work to create attention-grabbing viral videos, Web sites, and other interactive online campaigns in order to increase awareness of animal rights issues
  • Work to create provocative ad campaigns and other materials that further animal rights or push companies to change
  • Work to generate media coverage of our efforts through protests, celebrity support, and more
  • Act as a PETA spokesperson by helping with interviews with local and regional television outlets, radio stations, newspapers, and magazines across Asia


  • Passion for fighting cruelty to animals and a commitment to PETA’s objectives (applicant must be vegan)
  • Desire and willingness to participate in provocative campaigns
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Outgoing and personable manner
  • Supportive position vis-à-vis PETA Asia’s philosophy and the ability to professionally advocate PETA Asia’s positions on issues
  • Ability and willingness to travel internationally
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Ability to multitask
  • Thorough knowledge of animal rights issues preferred
  • Ability to deal patiently with the media
  • Located in an Asian time zone to be able to work effectively with team

How to Apply

Deadline for this position is: December 1, 2021

To apply for a position with People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) Asia, please click below. Because of the high number of submissions that PETA Asia receives, applications are not accepted by other means. Depending on your experience and your country of residence, some positions may require you to work as an independent contractor. Independent contractors are not employees and are not entitled to benefits.