One of the first big international campaigns to ever hit my radar was the Nestlé boycott: a successful mobilization of consumer outrage over Nestlé’s aggressive — and destructive — marketing of breastmilk substitutes to mothers in poor countries.

Now the people behind that campaign, Corporate Accountability International (you young’uns may not remember when they were called Infact), are hiring a communications director. Interested?

Our Communications Director will work as a member of the senior staff to create and implement an innovative organizational communications plan. The Communications Director will implement communications strategies for our organizational expansion, including new campaigns on water, food and agribusiness, and oil industries and on the global tobacco treaty. Corporate Accountability International has a history of well-known and well-publicized campaigns; the Communications Director will contribute to this history through strategic communications plans that will raise public awareness of our new work.

Among the people you’ll find at CAI is the delightful and unduly modest Brian Sant, the group’s online organizer. I got to know him at Web of Change; you’re going to love working with him.