Charities in the business sector, advocacy, the global environment, marketing and public relations, communications, charity and volunteer support, community building, policy and research, social welfare, and climate change
Greenpeace is a multinational organization that campaigns for environmental protection and human rights. We are free to advocate for constructive change through worldwide action in order to safeguard the environment and spread harmony. We look into and expose the worldwide environmental problems, confront the powerful, and provide alternatives.
- Location Main office in Islington, Greater London.
- Annual pay in the range of £44,112 to £50,940
- Ending on July 7th, 2023
- Contract Permanent Hours
- Permanent employment
- Form of Listing
- Vacant Position
- Purpose of Work
- PR and Marketing
- Experienced (although not a manager) in their field
Join the Greenpeace Politics Team if you are a political activist with energy, imagination, and organizational skills. You’ll be keeping an eye out for and analyzing potential campaign wins in the UK political scene. To protect our planet’s atmosphere, marine life, and tree canopies, you’ll be working with our campaign staff, a network of supporters, and an army of volunteers. You will collaborate with lawmakers from different parties to promote and implement green, peaceful global policies.
Our dedication to inclusion:
We at Greenpeace UK are dedicated to fighting racism in all its forms and promoting diversity, inclusion, and equity. We recognize that there is a lack of diversity within environmental and advocacy groups, and we are committed to doing everything in our power to change that. In particular, we hope to better reflect the diversity of Britain at GPUK’s highest levels of leadership. We encourage people of color, people with disabilities, LGBTQIA people, non-binary people, people with mental health issues, and current or former members of the working class who possess the necessary skills to apply.
How to Apply for a Political Campaigner Job Based in Islington, London (Greater)
Please visit our website for more details and to submit an application.
Greenpeace UK is an equal-opportunity employer. We embrace diversity, work to eliminate bias and combat discrimination to strengthen our organization. We do not discriminate on the basis of handicap, race, color, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age, or any other category protected by law, and we encourage people from all walks of life to apply.
DEADLINE: Monday, July 7, at 9 a.m.
REVIEWS: July 20 and 21