£49,248 to £55,260 per annum
(we normally offer a starting salary at the start of the range)
Full time (37.5h) / Permanent
Greenpeace is an international non-profit global campaigning organisation. Our independence and global reach enable us to stand for positive change through action in order to defend nature and promote peace. We investigate and expose global environmental problems, confront those in positions of power and present alternative solutions.
This is an opportunity to bring together all your experience of managing teams, supporting volunteer networks and delivering campaigns to achieve real change.
Responsible for ensuring the creative delivery of offline tactics, you’ll provide effective management and support for three Outreach Campaigners with local geographical groups – thereby making sure that groups have the necessary training, development and resources to deliver work in line with our Justice, Equality and Diversity objectives.
Working with the Deputy Director Outreach, you’ll assign staff to deliver offline work in line with organisational priorities. You’ll also be expected to act as an ambassador for Outreach across the organisation, to identify and pursue opportunities outside of core project work, and to develop and deliver interventions that add value to the volunteer network.
The role is based in our London office. As we progress to a hybrid working model, you may have flexibility to work from home but will need to commute into our Islington head office on a regular basis.
We give you:
You’ll be encouraged to develop both personally and professionally, taking advantage of the wide range of learning and development opportunities available to our staff. We offer great benefits such as a generous pension scheme, subsidised lunches, free yoga and a wealth of well-being resources, just to name a few. Take a look at our Work for Greenpeace pages to find out more about what it’s like to work for us and why you should apply.
We are happy to consider flexible working requests as part of the recruitment process.
Our commitment to diversity:
Greenpeace UK is committed to providing equal opportunities for everyone regardless of their background. We acknowledge that people from certain backgrounds are under-represented in environmental and campaigning organisations and we’re committed to doing what we can to correct this. We are particularly keen to receive applications from people of colour; people with disabilities; people who identify as being LGBTQIA; people who have a mental health condition; and people who identify as working class now or in the past.
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Greenpeace UK is an inclusive and diversity-friendly employer. We value difference, promote equality and challenge discrimination, enhancing our organisational capability. We welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and do not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, colour, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age or any other category protected by law.
CLOSING DATE: 9.00 am 30th June