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At Greenpeace, we believe in the power of our people. From our staff and volunteers, to our supporters and donors, Greenpeace recognizes that we are all connected in the fight against corporate interests and climate change.
We use this people-centered dynamic to drive our campaigns, growing and engaging our supporter base and
amplifying the stories of people most affected by the detrimental effects of climate change and corporate greed to bring maximum impact and ensure that the voices of the marginalized are heard.
To take our campaigns to the next level, Greenpeace is hiring a dynamic Campaigns Director that can develop and execute impactful people-powered campaigns aligned to Greenpeace’s vision of a greener, more peaceful world.
Leading a team of fantastic, passionate campaigners, they will oversee the development and implementation of all campaign strategies, ensuring strategic cohesion and impact across our campaign work, driving resource allocation and prioritization decisions, and scoping potential new areas of work for the organization.
The Campaign Director will also partner with Greenpeace’s Program leadership to creatively guide GPUS’ efforts to build our base of supporters across all facets of our program work in order to shift the balance of power away from corporations and into the hands of people.
The ideal candidate for this role should be a highly skilled, passionate and innovative leader with extensive experience both creating compelling campaign strategies as well as managing teams to deliver related outcomes.
They should bring a strong desire to combat climate change, promote environmental health and drive systemic change. They should also have an understanding and appreciation for people-centered movements, and bring a core understanding of online and offline mobilizing to their work.
The Campaign Director is an exempt, full-time, benefits eligible role that can be based in either Washington DC or San Francisco, CA; and reports to the Chief Program Officer based in DC.
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. For over fifty years, Greenpeace has fought to save the planet from the threat of global warming, destruction of ancient forests, deterioration of our oceans, and the threat of a nuclear disaster loom large. As an independent organization, Greenpeace does not accept funds from any corporations or government entities. Greenpeace is headquartered in the Netherlands, with offices all around the world in over fifty countries.
We’re hiring a Data Visualization Specialist to join the Greenpeace USA Digital team as we engage supporters in a people powered model of advocacy. This role will bring analytical rigor to challenges such as measuring the impact of an email test, optimizing donor retention, optimizing cross-platform channels of constituent growth and building models of donor behavior. The Data Visualization Specialist will take data and use it to help Greenpeace make better campaign, fundraising and engagement decisions. It’s a great opportunity to work with an amazing team of professionals and implement the online strategy of one of the largest and most effective environmental organizations in the world.
Are you a professional with substantial skill and experience working with data (SQL/ MySQL, Google Analytics) and the tools (HTML/CSS/ dashboards such as Google Data Studio) to visualize it? If so, this might be the job for you. This role will require an understanding of engagement and how to drive Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) across the organization. We want an omnivorous mind with a talent for transforming complex subjects into simple yet striking visuals that communicate findings, including creating dashboards and presentations that upper management can consult at will that tell their own data stories.
Our ideal candidate has a passion for writing and illustrating data-driven visual stories. They love data and are able to coherently speak “data” to others. In addition to having profound information design and storytelling abilities, they are resourceful, confident under pressure, and comfortable working in a fast-paced, growth-oriented environment. We expect you would both pitch and execute ideas.
This role is exempt, full time role based in Washington, DC; or San Francisco, CA, and will report to the Director of Business Intelligence based in DC, with a dotted line to the Deputy Digital Director.
Greenpeace USA (GPUS) is hiring a Facilities Specialist to oversee daily facilities management of Greenpeace’s office in San Francisco, including the reception area, mail/production room, office equipment, supplies, and facilities. This role effectively manages facilities related vendor contracts, processes related invoicing, maintains inventory control, processes office supply orders, and manages other projects as assigned by the National Facilities Director. This position is also responsible for internal office moves and providing all arrangements for internal and external meetings.
The Facilities Specialist is a FT, exempt role based in San Francisco, CA reporting to the National Facilities Director based in DC.
Greenpeace USA (GPUS) has an exciting opening for a Senior Accountant on the Finance team. This role is primarily responsible for coordinating with Greenpeace staff to ensure all transactions are accurately reflected in the accounting system and all budgets and financial expenditure reports are completed timely, investments, cash disbursements, bank reconciliations and tracking of grants, the compilation of special reports, and other accounting duties in the areas of revenue recognition, net assets, and balance sheet reconciliations.
This is an exempt, full time role based in Washington, DC and reports to the Assistant Controller.
Are you a savvy digital strategist who wants to change the world and apply your expertise to critical environmental issues? Do you want to work with one of the largest and most iconic environmental organizations to help drive change internally and across the movement? Are you excited by the idea of working on domestic and global issues with some of the best and brightest around the world? Do you like working with chill, fun people who are inclusive and respectful no matter your background, where you're from, or how you identify? Or are you just passionate about the movement to create a healthier planet than we have today? If any or all of these apply, Greenpeace may be the place for you.
Greenpeace is hiring a Digital Project Coordinator will be a key leader in Greenpeace USA’s online team. This will be a results-oriented position that will lead key areas of Greenpeace USA’s campaign projects and engagement strategy.
The Digital Project Coordinator will deftly juggle responsive work (both global and domestic) and ongoing core work within the digital department. This person will identify opportunities, set ambitious goals for projects, collaborate with key stakeholders to advance the work, and task-manage team members to bring in new supporters, raise money, deepen engagement, and win campaign victories. This is a full time, exempt benefits eligible role based in either Oakland, CA or Washington, DC, and will report to the Senior Online Campaigns Manager.
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.