Start date: As soon as possible

Deadline: Friday, June 2, 2023 - 23:59
Duration: Full time, fixed term contract through Techo México, first contract for 3 months
Location: Flexible, work from home and once a week face to face meetings. Every two months meetings and events in Guadalajara
Starting Date: As Soon As Possible


Monthly : 9,700 MXN Net.

Who is the Fight Inequality Alliance?

The Fight Inequality Alliance comprises leading national and international social movements, NGOs, women’s rights groups and trade unions across the world. We are deeply concerned about the impact of current shocking levels of inequality, and inspired by people’s collective struggles to build a more equal, more sustainable world. Rising inequality is hurting us all - holding up poverty reduction, harming the environment, hurting the economy, destabilising society, and undermining democracy.

Experts and international institutions now recognise that inequality must be tackled. And every government has pledged to reduce inequality within and between countries. But in practice not much progress is happening and in many countries we are even going backwards. When it comes to action they are still reaching for the same old failed solutions.

Only when people join together from the grassroots up, mobilising and organising to build power and demand accountability and greater equality, will things change. Together we are helping to build up people’s power and connect across organisations and borders to enable a more equal world. We are helping to build up national coalitions of the Fight Inequality Alliance to bring change at country level and taking action regionally and internationally to fight the structural causes of inequality.

We seek to transform unjust realities from an intersectional and gendered approach, and to put first those who suffer the most from inequalities: women, youth, sexual diversity groups, indigenous people and migrants.

The Communications Leader will join the FIA México staff, will report to the National Coordinator in México.

How to Apply:

Applications should be submitted via email  to with ‘Application for position of Communications leader’’ in the subject line.

Applications must include only (English or Spanish):

  1. A motivation letter of no more than 2 sides that indicates:

    • why you are interested in this position and what inspires you about fighting inequality; and

    • aspects of your background that demonstrate the required competence for this role;

  2. A detailed CV with three references; and

  3. Examples of your previous work

Please ensure that your application, as a whole, speaks to the required experience, person specification and key roles and responsibilities. Please do not apply if you do not meet the required experience.

Closing Date: June 2nd  

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Role Overview:

Leads, grows and manages the digital engagement for the Fight Inequality Alliance. Focuses on growing and driving our digital support base and engagement through social media platforms and email. Brings the voices of grassroots activists to the fore. Builds the connections and credibility of the alliance with influencers, media and allies.

Key responsibilities:

  1. Provide visionary, strategic leadership to Fight Inequality Alliance México’s digital Communications, and translate that vision into specific strategies and concrete actions to achieve targets, contribute to change objectives and to grow organisational membership, engagement and profile.
  2. In collaboration with other team members, develop and lead innovative digital campaigns which move members and supporters through engagement to sustained participation and action.
  3. Running FIA-owned channels in order to oversee creation, maintenance, and growth of FIA México social media engagement including Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, TikTok, Instagram, Facebook, and others; blogs, podcasts.
  4. Communication strategy to engage with members of the Alliance in México.
  5. Monitoring FIA’s México website including uploading various content
  6. Ensure effective monitoring of social media and email progress using web analytic tools.
  7. Be an active part of planning and other regular staff meetings and participate in training and learning activities organized.

Person specification

  • Essential:
    1. Willing to travel nationally at least once every 2 months.
    2. A commitment to the Alliance’s values, including:
      • Strong feminist understanding, analysis, commitment and behaviour. Committed to battling all forms of discrimination and to standing with the most oppressed.

      • Strong commitment to develop, promote and practice Fight Inequality Alliance’s goals and values, as well as adhering to and upholding our Common Principles. Commitment to grassroots organising and leadership.

      • Be open to learn/ follow the lead/be accountable to those who experience oppression based on gender, race/ethnicity, disability, socio-class, LGBTQIA, geography, etc.

    3. Strong knowledge of digital communications and/or marketing, including social media strategy development and implementation, audience analysis, digital content planning and creation/management of content calendars, SEO, PPC and email marketing initiatives and best practices

    4. Demonstrate capacity in developing, leading and implementing innovative and effective digital campaigns that move supporters / members through engagement to sustained activism

    5. Ability to work effectively with diverse groups and contexts to create and implement coherent social media strategies

    6. Extensive social media management experience

    7. Ability to develop a clear and coherent voice for each social media platform

    8. Experience of measuring the success of social media campaigns and adjusting course for maximum engagement and effectiveness.

    9. Dynamic and empowering leader able to exert influence and drive change without line management authority or hard power, and to lead in a way that builds others’ leadership.

    10. Excellent analytical skills underpinned by a good understanding of inequality issues and debates, international institutions and processes.

    11. Strong organisational and time management skills.

    12. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to communicate complex ideas simply.

    13. Fluent in English and Spanish.

  • Desirable

    1. Lived experiences with intersecting systems of oppression, with knowledge and experience of how power and privilege play out in the contexts we organize in.