Here are our current job openings. Please click on the job title for more information, and apply from that page if you are interested.
For all canvassing jobs please apply to our Frontline program. We have positions open in the following cities:
- Los Angeles
- New York City
- Orange County
- San Diego
- San Francisco
- San Jose
- St Petersburg
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Under the general direction from the Deputy Director, People & Culture, the Payroll & People Operations Manage provides administrative oversight and support for the centralized employment services and ensures adherence with all regulatory and/or employment-related requirements across payroll and human resources. This position will work to improve and streamline HR processes, including developing and implementing systems that ensure strong, legally compliant and accessible support for employees. This position is responsible for organizational data collection, preparation and submission of required federal and state reports relating to employment.
This is an exciting opportunity to strengthen the foundation, processes, and systems that will fulfill and support all Greenpeace staff as we continue to work towards a green and peaceful future. We’re looking for a positive and thoughtful self-starter that can take initiative and adapt to evolving circumstances.
This role will be a great fit if you are an experienced payroll and people operations professional with a strong work ethic and passion for fostering an engaged organizational culture. You have a great attention to detail, and you can think strategically about the big picture and how to make it better. You do not feel that any job is too small for you. You thrive under pressure and are a master manager of priorities and projects.
Greenpeace USA’s Frontline team is the public face of Greenpeace. Every day, we harness people power to raise funds, educate our communities and build our membership base.
The City Coordinator is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the Frontline program in a particular city and its surrounding areas. The Frontline program’s objective is to increase the financial strength and political clout of Greenpeace by recruiting members to give automatic monthly donations through a credit card or a bank direct debit.
Greenpeace fellowships offer a unique opportunity to learn in the world’s top environmental campaigning organization and to jump straight into our work, gaining professional experience and building lasting relationships along the way. Our fellowship program will give you the opportunity to expand your skills, broaden your understanding of non-profit data management, work with a variety of teams and learn how they do their work, and further your career in environmental/nonprofit organizations. This fellowship is perfect for innovators, problem solvers, and great communicators. Our fellowships are short-term positions for six months, designed to give talented individuals the opportunity to develop skills on the job and get to know Greenpeace.
THE DATA FELLOWSHIP:
The Data Fellow’s primary responsibility will be for building out our organization wide CRM training portal. This will include creating documentation and training materials (presentations, screencasts, how do documents, etc), interviewing users to create process documentation, creating content for the internal CRM portal site, and working with the database manager to create process and procedures to ensure the smooth onboarding and training of new staff to use the CRM. This individual will also be responsible for providing project support to the Data Team related to migrating Greenpeace staff processes and procedures to the new CRM and will assist in some of the daily activities that keep our systems running properly.
Greenpeace USA’s Frontline team is the public face of Greenpeace. Every day, we harness people power to raise funds, educate our communities and build our membership base. The Frontline program’s objective is to engage with the public face-to-face to raise awareness about our campaigns and increase the financial strength and political clout of Greenpeace by recruiting members to give automatic monthly donations.
The Frontline National Training Team is looking to grow and diversify our membership base in 2018 by testing a "Pop Up Canvass." The 8 month test will consist of a set of long term travel teams that work in markets where we don’t have an office for 4-6 weeks at a time. Should this test be successful, Greenpeace will have expanded and diversified our membership base, developed stronger retention of our members, and increased the Return on Investment (ROI) of the Frontline Program. The Contract Travel Senior Coordinator is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the Frontline Pop Up Canvass, under the management of the Frontline Training Director.
This position will remain open until filled. We will be reviewing applications on a rolling basis.
This position is a senior team member of the IT Solutions team, which assists and supports all staff in the operation of information technology hardware and software. This includes support of all Greenpeace staff based in the United States, either in-person or remotely. This team member will be Tier 2 support on the Solutions Team, and will support other Team members or will tackle more complex issues directly. This position also works with other members of the Information Technology team to enhance and maintain systems that enable better centralized management of all systems and create a more efficient and effective environment where users can thrive.
The receptionist is responsible for answering all calls that come through the switchboard (switchboard hours are from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm). The position represents Greenpeace to the public by answering inquiries, maintaining public information displays and providing occasional campaign and organizational support. The receptionist is also responsible for receiving all visitors and deliveries, maintaining perfect appearance of the reception area and kitchen near reception.
Greenpeace is hiring an email strategist to help lead our newly formed engagement department as we shift organizationally to a truly people powered model of advocacy.
Do you love the idea of working with collaborative teams to drive real world change everyday? Do you love using your digital advocacy, fundraising and marketing skills to inspire people to take action and solve some of our world’s biggest problems like climate change? Then this might be the job for you.
We are seeking an ambitious and energetic professional who will develop creative digital mobilization strategies for some of our most important fundraising and campaign work.
Our email program -- reaching more than a million people a week -- is the foundation of much of our digital mobilization work. There’s extraordinary opportunity for growth and innovation, and the ideal candidate will be someone excited to jump in with both feet, try new things, and work with their teammates to create new models of growth and engagement.
The person in this role will operate across compelling projects with global and local focus. They’ll be able to develop strategies to connect to different audiences. They’ll work closely with our media, fundraising, actions and project teams to take bold action in the spirit of Greenpeace’s strong brand. They’ll spend the morning developing a long-term plan to grow our supporter base, and then the afternoon writing and building a rapid-response email.