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The Senior Admin Assistant position is a unique opportunity for a passionate individual to be part of the movement to fight climate change, expose global environmental problems and to promote solutions that are essential to a green and peaceful future. To be successful in this position, candidates should be highly motivated and detail-oriented, with the ability to work independently in a complex environment.

 

The Senior Admin Assistant helps manage the day-to-day details related to the operations of the Admin department at Greenpeace and, as needed, the overall organization at large. This individual will work closely with the Chief Operating Officer (COO) to help advance the organization’s strategic and operational goals. This position will also support the Chief of Staff (CoS) and the Deputy COO based on specific needs tied to ongoing priority projects of the Senior Management Team (SMT). Coordination and collaboration with the operations teams in other departments will be critical to success in this role.  

 

The position helps lead operational projects while supporting the SMT and the Administrative Managers Team (AMT).  One key focus will be to ensure that operational information is communicated in a timely, accurate and appropriate manner.  The position is also responsible for administrative duties related to operations, including note-taking, facilitation, and event planning.  The individual will also support the legal department directly on various matters, including managing the contracts database, corporate registrations and lobbying processes; processing invoices; and meeting logistics.

 

Posting End Date
10/22/2017
US-DC | US-CA-San Francisco | US-NY-New York

Greenpeace, USA is searching for a Tier 2 or Tier 3 strategic communications specialist who will help us tell Greenpeace stories and change the world. Greenpeace is an international environmental organization that uses a proactive and creative approach to external communications and media relations. We’re looking for team members who want to use the full range of their experience and skills to create a green and peaceful future.

 

This position will develop, coordinate, and implement external communications to get Greenpeace's campaign messages and overall mission to key targeted audiences.

Posting End Date
11/5/2017
US-DC | US-CA-San Francisco

The Deputy Program Director plays a key leadership role in the program department of Greenpeace US (GPUS). In conjunction with the Program Director, the Deputy is responsible for overseeing the implementation of key campaign projects. This includes ensuring appropriate distribution of resources, overseeing scheduling of output, coordinating response to work to events in the   external world and ensuring ongoing evaluation of our impact. They will ensure that our campaign projects help to deliver systemic change in the world, provide multiple opportunities for people to engage and deliver on organizational goals such as fundraising and underscoring our commitment to justice. The Deputy will also work alongside the Program Director and the leadership team on all aspects of the department operations. They should be a highly skilled, passionate and innovative leader with extensive management experience in a dynamic and fast-paced setting.

 

Posting End Date
10/31/2017
US

Greenpeace East Asia is looking for a full-time head of fundraising to join their team in an exciting time of ongoing organisational growth and development. We are an independent, nonprofit, global campaigning organization that uses non-violent, creative confrontation to expose global environmental problems and their causes.

 

Greenpeace stands for positive change through action to defend the natural world and promote peace. We investigate, expose and confront environmental abuse by governments and corporations around the world. We champion environmentally responsible and socially just solutions, including scientific and technological innovation. Our goal is to ensure the ability of Earth to nurture life in all its diversity.

 

We operate throughout East Asia, fundraising in Hong Kong, Taiwan and South Korea.

 

Engagement is central to our work with supporters and you will have a crucial role to play in the engagement journey. It encompasses all communications and calls to action. Understanding of how supporter engagement is utilized and maximized is essential to this role and your past experience in this area will be valuable.

US-DC

The Senior Talent Acquisition Specialist will be intimately involved in building a strong, diverse, collaborative team at Greenpeace USA by providing talent acquisition leadership aligning talent identification strategies to the organization’s objectives. The incumbent directs all aspects of full cycle recruitment strategies including but not limited to planning, forecasting, recruiting compliance, and analytics to drive future strategies and operations.

US-DC
Enjoy working with computer software and fighting for something that matters? Come and be apart of our Greenpeace IT team! Assist and support staff in the operation of IT-supported hardware and software. This includes support of individual users in the Washington office and providing limited support to other Greenpeace offices located around the country via telephone. Research and implement new technologies and products
US | US-CA-San Francisco

Do you enjoy telling compelling stories using digital engagement?  Do you create stories that empower others to become change agents and inspire them towards collective action?? Check Out  This Gig !!!

 

The Digital Director plays a key leadership role in the program department of GPUS: leading the organization’s digital strategies around engaging and mobilizing supporters, fundraising (in collaboration with the Development Department), community management, campaigning, and storytelling.

 

With direction from the Program Engagement Director, the Digital Director serves as one of the strategic thought-leaders for the organization and manages the day-to-day work of the digital department; as well as coordinates with other departmental leaders to develop an integrated program that delivers campaign victories, a stronger organization, and a more powerful movement.