Logistics Coordinator

Job - 12 September, 2017
Greenpeace is excited to announce an opening for a Logistics Coordinator in our Engagement Team. We are looking for a Logistics guru, who can manage our warehouse full of toys in Botany!

Reporting to: Deputy Program Director (Engagement)

Status: Part-time (3 days per week), Contract ending 22 Dec 2017

Location: Sydney

Salary: $79,548.25 per annum (paid pro-rata) + superannuation

About the role:

Greenpeace undertakes Direct Actions and Direct Communications as an integral part of its campaigns. The Engagement Unit is responsible for the management of our Warehouse, training and coordination of our Direct Action activists and the day-to-day management of security issues within Greenpeace Australia Pacific.

The Logistics Coordinator liaises with members of the Engagement Team to provide logistical support towards campaign actions. The Logistics Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the Greenpeace warehouse and to provide support for all personnel in the areas of boats, vehicles, climbing, other allied equipment, training and techniques.

About You:

Greenpeace is seeking an individual with experience in warehouse management and an understanding and/or experience in car and boat maintenance. Experience in industrial safety management and OHS procedures is highly desirable, especially as it relates to direct action.

Management skills are crucial, in particular the ability to coordinate and lead others in complex and stressful situations. Candidates will also have effective time management skills. Planning and budget management is also key to this role.

A current driver’s license is essential. A current forklift licence, boat licence or other marine qualifications would be highly regarded. Experience in coordinating and/or delivering training programs especially HAZMAT, NVDA, climbing or boat operation is also highly desirable.

If this sounds like you, let’s talk!

Why Greenpeace?

Australia and the Pacific are unique and precious environments. We've got a beautiful climate, rich oceans, vast forests and healthy food. Yet all of this is under threat. Greenpeace takes action to protect our natural home, now and for the future. We investigate and expose environmental abuse, hold decision-makers accountable, promote effective solutions and inspire others to create positive change. And this is where you come in!

What We Can Offer You!

As a Greenpeace employee, you’ll be part of an important program of work to stop climate change, save the ancient forests and protect our world's oceans, earth and sky!

As well as a chance to match your career to a compelling cause, Greenpeace offers employees a supportive, safe working environment and a genuine work/life balance. Greenpeace is committed to personal development, with great opportunities for workplace learning and career progression.

We also offer:

  • Flexible working arrangements
  • Opportunities to voluntarily participate in the work of our campaign teams, including public actions
  • Parental leave for both partners after one year of service
  • Paid leave over Christmas and New Year period while office is closed
  • Access to information about Greenpeace's activities occurring all around the world, and, depending upon your role, opportunities to participate in national and international meetings and activities

How to Apply:

Applications close midnight Sunday 01 October 2017 and must address the responsibilities and competencies in the Job Description. All applications should consist of a CV (no more than 3 pages) and Cover letter (no more than 1 pages).

Note: Not all responsibilities and competencies need to be addressed; it is left to the discretion of the applicant which to focus on.

Please direct applications or enquiries to:

Human Resources

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