Campaigner – Sustainable Reconstruction of Ukraine

Job description

Greenpeace is a cause, a movement, a living legend. We are devoted to protecting the environment and changing the views of people towards nature from passive to active. Our supporters are changemakers. They are the reason Greenpeace is alive, strong and able to set ambitious goals for nature protection.

When the end of the horrible war comes, a comprehensive reconstruction of the destroyed infrastructure and economy of Ukraine will be necessary. Given the massive global environmental challenges as well as the need for a full independence from Russian energy, the reconstruction is an important tool to create a sustainable and independent Ukraine. This is feasible, but only if there is huge public and political pressure to keep the EU, the Ukrainian decision makers and other stakeholders on the right track. To contribute to this undertaking we are hiring

Campaigner – Sustainable Reconstruction of Ukraine

located in any of the CEE countries (Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine)


Requirements

The successful candidate on this position will be responsible for:

  • Designing campaign strategy and its implementation

  • Building expertise and an expert community for making the case for the sustainable reconstruction of Ukraine.

  • Representing this concept towards political and economic decision makers.

  • Building a network of allies and influencers supporting the concept.

  • Identifying opportunities and developing strategies to leverage the concept.

  • Collaborating on national, regional and international level - participating in events, coordinating and preparing common positions and lobby efforts

  • Serving as a spokesperson for Greenpeace on this matter - presentations, conferences; preparing blog posts, positions, interviews on the topic

Experience and skills needed:

  • Excellent spoken and written English and Ukrainian

  • Proven success track record in civil society campaigning

  • Good representation and networking skills

  • Good understanding of economy, infrastructure and energy systems

  • Excellent rhetoric/communications skills and persuasive power

  • Genuine passion and enthusiasm for environmental protection

  • Creativity and courage

  • Ability to lead, motivate and instill passion

  • Availability to travel

We offer:

  • A real opportunity of making change in the world

  • Constant collaboration with the global Greenpeace organization

  • International skill shares – you can learn from and input to a worldwide network of talented people

  • Full time employment contract for 1 year with a trial period and possibility of renewal, depending on funding

  • Flexible working time and a home office option

  • Benefits in line with our values (eg. child support benefit)

  • Work in an organizational environment with a diversity of context, experience, perspectives, seniority, curiosity – with the irrepressible desire to make a difference

We are looking forward to receiving your application!

Only selected candidates will be invited for an interview.


Greenpeace is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of age, citizenship, colour, disability, ethnicity, family or marital status, gender identity or expression, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected characteristic and would like to invite you especially to apply.