Position: Head of Climate
Location: Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, or within Canada
Reports to: Program Director
Details: Full-time, permanent
Salary: $ 70,039 CAD
Deadline for applications: April 7, 2020
Greenpeace Canada (GPCA) is seeking a Campaign Head to provide leadership in the development and implementation of our campaigns to fight climate change and expose the often-scandalous way the fossil fuel industry is driving climate change in Canada.
This is an exciting and critical time for GPCA as we work to rise to the challenge of the climate crisis. The head of our climate campaign will supervise and empower a team of passionate campaigners who want to change the world. They will have strong strategic judgment and intuition, look at our environmental challenges through an intersectional lens, and value diversity and inclusion. They will be experienced in both the use of digital and face-to-face organizing in campaign design.
The ideal candidate will possess both humility, emotional intelligence and strong ambition to make change to advance our mission. They will be motivated to foster collaboration and embrace the need to mobilize and involve people in campaigning in order to win, and to work with and support others working for change.
As an organization Greenpeace Canada recognizes and supports the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) and is committed to collaboration and consultation with Indigenous Peoples to ensure our campaigns and positions respect their rights.
Lead the planning, development and evaluation of campaign projects.
Provide team leadership, encouraging and inspiring collaboration, innovation
Supervise team members, providing direction, coaching, and managing performance.
Provide expert advice to the GPCA’s Program Director and Executive Director on campaign and management issues.
Develop and oversee project budgets.
Act as an organizational spokesperson as needed.
SKILLS & EXPERIENCE
The ideal candidate will have the following:
You will work with colleagues in Canada and around the world and some international travel may be necessary. Evening and weekend work is sometimes required.
All candidates must be legally entitled to work in Canada.
More About Greenpeace Canada:
Greenpeace Canada is an independently funded, non-profit organization that works to protect the environment. We challenge government and industry to halt harmful practices by negotiating solutions, conducting scientific research, introducing clean alternatives, carrying out peaceful acts of civil disobedience and engaging the public. To maintain independence Greenpeace does not accept donations from corporations or governments. Greenpeace relies on individual donors and creative partnerships to fund our environmental campaigns.
Greenpeace Canada embraces equity and diversity and is committed to a workplace that is enriched by the people, needs and desires of Canada’s diverse community. We thank all applicants, but only those invited for interviews will be contacted.
Job Vacancy: Campaign Manager, Climate Location: Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver or elsewhere in Canada Job Reports / from: Director · trice programs Details: time Permanent position full Salary: 70 039 $ CAD Deadline submission of applications: April 7, 2020
Greenpeace Canada (GPC) is looking for a campaign manager who will provide leadership to develop and implement our campaigns to fight climate change and denounce the Canadian fossil industry.
For GPC, the climate crisis is both an exciting and decisive challenge. In this context, our Climate campaign manager will have to equip and supervise a team motivated to change the world. The selected candidate will have to stand out with their intuition and excellent strategic judgment, in addition to valuing diversity and inclusion, and to consider environmental challenges from their intersectional angle. She will need to know both traditional and digital organizational methods. She will also have to stand out with her humility, her emotional intelligence and her willingness to advance GPC’s mission.
The candidate or the ideal candidate · e must emphasize collaborative work, work to mobilize and involve the public in our country and support all those working to create the change we need.
As an organization, Greenpeace Canada subscribes to the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP). We are committed to consulting First Nations to ensure the respect of their rights in the context of our campaigns and our positions.
Experience and skills required
The candidate should ideally have the following qualifications:
You collaborate with colleagues from Canada and around the world. Travel abroad may be necessary. Sometimes you will have to work evenings or weekends.
Applicants must have the right to work in Canada.
About Greenpeace Canada
Greenpeace Canada is an independent, non-profit organization dedicated to protecting the environment. We challenge governments and industry to stop their destructive practices by negotiating solutions, conducting scientific research, advocating for clean alternatives, educating the public and taking action in peaceful civil disobedience. In order to maintain its financial independence, Greenpeace does not accept donations from companies or governments. We finance our environmental campaigns by focusing on individual donations and innovative partnerships.
Greenpeace Canada is committed to the principles of employment equity and diversity, and is committed to building a workplace that reflects the wealth, values and aspirations of the Canadian community. We thank you for your interest, but will only communicate with those selected for an interview.