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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 is looking for people with innovative ideas about how we can engage millions of people in protecting our global forests and the people that live within them! We need someone strategically savvy to drive Greenpeace US's engagement and communications, in concert with our global organization, to protect forests and rainforests all over the world. This is an exciting opportunity to work with an amazing team of professionals in Greenpeace US and other Greenpeace offices around the world.
Protecting the Canadian Boreal forest from corporate exploitation is one of our highest priority projects in 2018. Our work to protect the Boreal has resulted in a corporate attacks attempting to silence legitimate public concerns about controversial logging practices. Ultimately these meritless attacks against Greenpeace could impact individuals and groups across civil society that seek to make positive changes by making it too expensive and risky to engage in free speech, advocacy, informed expert opinions, and even research.The campaign to conserve Canada’s Great Northern Forest is now a battleground for free speech, and the way that this story plays out could have far reaching ramifications. This role requires someone who is energized to work on forest protection and free speech.
The Online & Communications Engagement Specialist will lead lead a broad range of work to engage supporters including: development of strategy, messaging/storytelling, audience research, as well as concept, narrative and creative development and delivery. You will use creative communication tactics across all of our communications channels to ensure that Greenpeace supporters are at the center of our campaigns, build power for Greenpeace, and advance our goals to ensure forest conservation.
Our People & Culture Department supports Greenpeace’s passionate and exceptional team members, providing proactive services that foster a friendly and collaborative work experience and administering policies and benefits that protect both staff and the organization.
The Coordinator role is perfect for someone wanting to transition into the Human Resources profession and experientially learn in one of the most dynamic environmental NGOs in the world. This role isn’t for someone wanting a boring DC desk job. This position be responsible for working on day-to-day activities and key projects for the People & Culture team, occasionally working directly with People & Culture team members and on projects independently.
Greenpeace fellowships offer a unique opportunity to learn in the world’s top environmental campaigning organization and to jump straight into our campaigns, gaining professional experience and building lasting relationships along the way. Our fellowship program will set you up with the essential skills you need to further pursue your career in environmental/nonprofit advocacy and organizing. This fellowship is perfect for innovators, problem solvers, and great communicators. We know that you are the future of the Environmental Movement, and we can’t wait for you to join us.
THE SUPPORTER MOBILIZATION FELLOWSHIP:
Greenpeace has built a national volunteer network to tackle the toughest problems facing our climate, oceans, forests, and communities. The Network works with our community of over 6000 volunteers to inspire them to take action on Greenpeace campaigns in their own communities. The Fellow will work primarily with our Supporter Mobilization Team, which works to combine digital and real world organizing in order to bring supporter engagement to the center of Greenpeace’s campaigns. The team works to develop a large community of volunteers and potential volunteers who can engage with Greenpeace on a variety of levels, from sharing content to creating their own local Greenpeace groups. This team is dynamic and collaborative, so there are many opportunities to learn new skills and gain experience in various aspects of the work.
The Supporter Mobilization Fellow represents an entryway for all of our volunteers into Greenpeace. The fellow is responsible for ensuring that each new volunteer has the information, inspiration, and empowerment they need to get involved in Greenpeace campaigns in their own community. The fellow will work with Greenpeace Greenwire, our social media platform exclusively for Greenpeace volunteers, to cultivate an interconnected network of volunteers across the country -- in addition to other digital engagement tools from email to social media to peer to peer texting. The fellow will also have the opportunity to design and lead their own project through which they will have the opportunity to innovate, test, and learn new skills. The best candidate for this position loves working with people, is goal oriented, organized, a fast learner, and is inspired by the work Greenpeace is doing to fight for people and the planet.
Greenpeace USA is looking for a passionate change-maker to add to our team. The Supporter Mobilization team brings together digital campaigning and field organizing expertise to give people meaningful ways to take action -- no matter where they live in the US. Our mission is to ensure that anyone who wants to be a part of the environmental movement can contribute through their own unique skillsets.
We focus on deep supporter engagement and large, scalable actions. We expect applicants who are motivated and eager to help the Supporter Mobilization team build a people powered model that is scalable and poses a potent threat to the status quo.
We’re looking for somebody who’s creative, loves building relationships with new people, and comes from an organizing or digital organizing background. Our ideal candidate is somebody who is passionate about justice and has a vision for what a decolonized environmental movement looks like and wants to get us there. Spanish speakers, people of color, and LGBTQ folks are encouraged to apply.
Greenpeace is a global, independent campaigning organization that uses peaceful protest and creative communication to expose global environmental problems and promote solutions that are essential to a green and peaceful future. Greenpeace started as a group of thoughtful, committed citizens protesting nuclear testing back in 1971, and we have grown to an international organization with offices in more than 50 countries and 2.8 million members worldwide. Over the past 45 years, our committed activists and supporters have come together to ban commercial whaling, convince the world’s leaders to stop nuclear testing, protect Antarctica, and so much more!
Greenpeace is known for it’s creative communications and non violent direct action -- and for the people behind them. As part of our Talent Acquisition team, you're charged with finding the most creative and interesting candidates who bring an activist spirit, strong leadership capabilities, a hunger for engagement, and innovation and have a wide diversity of backgrounds and lived experiences. Reporting to the Deputy Director of People & Culture, the Talent Acquisition Manager is responsible for collaborating with managers and external partners to attract, recruit, develop and retain the best talent; ensuring that Greenpeace can seamlessly achieve it’s mission now and in the future. The Talent Acquisition Manager will develop and lead our talent acquisition strategies and align them with organizational objectives, often reengineering process and procedures or building them from the ground up. The incumbent will develop and lead all full cycle recruitment strategies including but not limited to planning, forecasting, auditing for compliance, and analyzing data to make our hiring processes smarter and more efficient.
This role works very closely with Greenpeace leadership and is responsible for providing consistent and proactive leadership, direction and strategy on talent and human resources procedures, practices, policies and benefits. Greenpeace values equity and diversity, both internally and throughout our efforts worldwide. This role will serve as a champion for equity and diversity in recruitment, hiring, and selection, and in the development, implementation, and evaluation of internal practices and policies. Your role is not only to find the most highly-skilled talent in the market, but also ensure representation of the highly-skilled talent that has been historically underrepresented in the environmental movement!
We are looking for a seasoned Talent Acquisition or Diversity & Inclusion professional who has a knack for identifying, recruiting and retaining superstars! This role will be a good fit if you are a self starter, creative and driven, with communication savvy that allows you to develop lasting relationships across across a wide diversity of people and networks. You are passionate about justice and equity and unafraid to disrupt recruitment and selection processes to challenge our staff and managers to prioritize equity and overcome implicit bias. Most importantly, you have the intellectual curiosity, problem solving capability and courage to challenge the status quo to ensure equitable outcomes in all of our talent acquisition operations!
Greenpeace is an amazing place to work if you want to make big change in the world. We have a dynamic US staff of 200 and offices in more than 50 countries with whom we collaborate closely. We take no funds from government or businesses, safeguarding our independence and ability to speak the truth and act boldly. We recognize the importance of the moment: Ours is the first generation to experience the impacts of climate change and ecosystem destruction, and the last generation with a window of time to do something about it.
If you are world changer, Greenpeace needs you. We are in search of a bold strategic, passionate and visionary individual to lead our Climate Campaign. This innovative and forward thinking leader will understand the urgency of the time, the geopolitical landscape and move rapidly to impact change through movement building and people power.
The Climate Campaign Director is responsible for the development of the long-term GPUS Climate Campaign Strategy, ensuring it aligns with the goals identified in Greenpeace’s Global Framework and that relevant campaign projects advance that strategy in measurable ways. The Director will serve as the public face and voice of climate work for Greenpeace US and as a strategic adviser and thought partner to program leadership and project teams . Additionally they will understand the necessity for climate action to be interwoven with and translate across broader social movements, including inextricable interconnectedness to environmental justice. This position reports to the Campaigns Director.
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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.