EU Food, Forest & Nature Campaigner
(40 hrs based in any country with a Greenpeace office in the European Union.)
The EU Campaign Area Food, Forest & Nature will kick-start transformational shifts in the food, farming and forestry systems. With nature-centred campaigning that will challenge greenwashing and false solutions, we will be working towards shifting minds and achieving transformative change towards less meat & dairy, the end of forest destructive commodities and an enhanced protection of ecosystems inside and outside Europe.
- a person with a passion and readiness to challenge those who are responsible for the war against nature;
- a proven campaigner, an implementer and practitioner who can lead - together with the campaign team - the development of the strategies and tactics, and ensure its delivery;
- able to ensure collaboration and good working energy flow across the Greenpeace community;
- able to deal with different cultures and working styles and willing to take on a wide variety of tasks as needed, including assisting with research, coordinating planning processes or outputs with a number of different Greenpeace offices,or facilitating internal alignment;
a networker, maintaining an overview of key external developments throughout Europe and able to identify and react to response opportunities;
And you have….
campaigning experience, with an advanced understanding of, and proven track record in delivering changes that made differences;
exceptional English in written and spoken;
analytical skills, from the ability to draft opinion pieces to meetings with officials, political and/or business leaders;
understanding of communication work (both media and digital), including the ability to translate complex information into concrete, credible and - when needed - emotional messages;
heart and mind for the fieldwork and readiness for intensive travelling with flexible working hours.
We can offer...
- a fixed-term contract for 12 months in 2021, with a possible extension for 2 more years
- a real opportunity to make a difference in a dynamic and influential organization;
- a responsible and diverse role;
- lots of space for independent work;
- the opportunity for content-related and personal development in a global organization;
- an exciting challenge in a highly motivated team that works with passion and professionalism for our environment;
- a flexible working time model that enables work-life balance;
- a fair compensation and benefits reflecting your qualification and experience and depending on the final hosting office;
- an employee assistance program for private and professional use.
This role is reporting to the European campaign area leader and the Programme Director of Greenpeace Central and Eastern Europe. If this challenge appeals to you, then we look forward to your CV and a cover letter. Let us know why you are the right person for the job. We look forward to your application.
Greenpeace is an equal opportunities employer. We welcome applications from people of all ethnies, religions, national origin, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation or sexual identity and its expression. We celebrate and value the diversity of people, experiences and perspectives. We aim at building a diverse and inclusive team which reflects global campaigns and countries where we operate.
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