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 nuclear disaster. Greenpeace does not accept funds from any corporations or government entities.
Greenpeace USA’s Frontline team is the public face of Greenpeace. The Frontline program’s objective is to increase the financial strength and political clout of Greenpeace by recruiting dues paying members and mobilizing them to support Greenpeace, while providing hard hitting grassroots results across the country for priority Greenpeace campaigns.
The Hybrid City Coordinator is an exempt, full time, benefits eligible position based in the Greenpeace San Diego office and will report directly to the Hybrid Senior City Coordinator in San Diego, CA. The annual salary is $50,440.00 plus benefits and monthly bonus.
The AP Accountant’s primary responsibility is to administer the Accounts Payable and Expense Reimbursement systems, manage the AP function from data entry to payment processing, and perform all AP-related accounting tasks and general ledger reconciliations as directed by the Controller. Basic role of this position is to serve as the main point of contact between the Finance Department and staff, assisting, guiding, and training employees in the use of the two legacy AP systems. Greenpeace processes a high volume of Accounts Payable transactions on a weekly basis on two outsourced platforms, Anybill, and Expense Watch (EW). External vendor invoices, bills, and Credit Card charges are entered into Anybill/EW by the responsible staff person and then processed through a workflow chain. The AP Accountant is responsible for facilitating the process, and prepare the data for entry to the accounting system and further analysis.
Greenpeace USA (GPUS) is hiring a Digital Campaigning & Organizing Specialist to lead a combination of online (digital) and offline (events) engagements in the run up to the Global Climate Action Summit taking place in September 2018 in San Francisco. The successful candidate will work with internal teams, coalition leaders and GPUS leadership to craft an engagement strategy as part of a campaign to get California elected officials to commit to no new fossil fuel production in California. The ideal candidate will be a data-driven strategist with a deep understanding of online and offline campaigning, engagement strategy, and proficiency with CRM and CMS systems.
The Digital Campaigning & Organizing Specialist role is an exempt, fixed term, benefits-eligible opportunity beginning immediately and culminating in September 2018. This role will be based in San Francisco, California, and will require some travel as needed for the role, not to exceed 25%. The Digital Campaigning and Organizing Specialist will report to the Program Engagement Director based in Washington, DC.
The salary for this role is between $72,000-$96,000 annually (gross), commensurate with experience and prorated for the date of hire.
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.