Want to make a difference? Join Greenpeace. Our dynamic team is made up of talented individuals who are passionate about preserving our planet. We offer a positive working environment and excellent benefits.
Candidates must understand and support Greenpeace’s campaigning style, including the use of peaceful civil disobedience. We are seeking individuals who are knowledgeable about environmental issues and want to contribute to finding and implementing lasting solutions. Greenpeace strives to maintain a diverse workplace, and encourages applications from members of underrepresented groups.
All employment opportunities in Canada and selected jobs abroad are posted here. Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.
Non-Violent Direct Action (NVDA) Trainer
Greenpeace Canada is seeking an experienced NVDA Trainer to work within the Action Unit to plan and execute workshops as part of a national training program. The successful applicant for this position will have extensive experience in NVDA actions and in teaching various elements and types of NVDA.
Greenpeace is looking for a Data Analyst for the Digital team. This position requires someone with meticulous attention to detail, who loves digging into data to come up with insights for the Digital team. You’ll be comfortable pulling in data from various sources and translating this into insight for continuous improvement for campaigns but not afraid to roll up your sleeves and dig around in the database and ensure the lists going into our supporter database are error-free. The best person for this role will be a natural problem solver with a strong technical background as well as a general understanding of marketing.
Greenpeace Canada is seeking a Digital Campaigner who, under the direction of the Senior Digital Strategist and in collaboration with the global Great Northern Forest project team, the Digital Campaigner will design and implement a global digital mobilization strategy for the global ‘Great Northern Forest’ project. They will be work closely with the digital teams in Greenpeace Canada, Russia and Nordic to identify key opportunities for supporter engagement and campaign impact in this global project.
Are you a highly creative lawyer with a track record in promoting environmental and human rights law? Are you able to operate within a fast-paced work environment with a clear understanding of how NGOs function? Greenpeace Canada, is seeking a Staff Counsel to provide integrated campaign related legal advice and support. This may be one of the most challenging and most fulfilling positions in the legal field. In this job, you will conduct and review legal risk assessments and coordinate litigation with external lawyers, promote best practices throughout the organization’s three offices in Canada, and develop proactive legal strategies.
Head of Campaign
Greenpeace is currently seeking an excellent manager and globally-minded strategist, who knows how to lead diverse teams and can work in a fast paced environment. If that’s you, you also enjoy community relation-building on one hand and coaching and inspiring your team members on the other. You are a risk-taker, passionately committed to the environment and human rights and you are able to bring creativity, humour and excellence to your work.