About the role:
Greenpeace has a history of delivering successful campaigns and projects in collaboration with external influencers. In past campaigns we have sent a strong message to the UN, delivered by Emma Thompson, an open letter to Vladimir Putin signed by Paul McCartney during the imprisonment of the Arctic30 and by working with cultural leaders within our communities like actors, musicians, YouTubers, visual artists and many others, we have reached millions of hearts and minds.
In 2017, Greenpeace is taking this work to the next level and establishing our Global Key Influencers Programme and the Key Relationships & Influencers Coordinator will play a key part in making this happen.
This full-time position based in either the Nordic region or somewhere in Europe is responsible for coordinating within Greenpeace global key influencers community. It’s about working closely with colleagues across the global organisation to investigate, test and evaluate new initiatives to maximise our external work with key influencers. The role’s responsibilities include giving input and advice, enable internal and external collaboration, support teams, capture, maintain and update data.
Key responsibilities of this role include:
Contribute to the overall visibility of Greenpeace by being a central liaison within the global key influencers community.
Support the Global Key Influencers Programme Leader to help develop the organisation-wide strategy.
Support Greenpeace national and regional key offices working with key influencers to give guidance, strategic advice and operational assistance.
At least 3 years experience in working with key relationships or related marketing field.
Experience of dealing with celebrities and high profile individuals in a professional manner, fundraising and working within a charity.
Ability to support and guide staff, inspire team spirit and resolve conflicts, communicate effectively by demonstrating strong listening skills, and negotiation skills.
Capacity to manage multiple projects, work to a timeline, work with sensitive information, deal with stressful situations and meet deadlines.
Experience of developing and maintaining administrative systems.
Please note that although previous fundraising experience is desirable, it is not essential. We are looking for a bright, enthusiastic candidate with excellent organisational skills and will provide adequate training in the role to develop their skills to the level required.
If you want to make a meaningful change in the world, Greenpeace is the place where your talents and creativity will contribute to the most successful campaigning organisation. You will not only participate in making change, you will learn, lead and grow throughout your time with us. Greenpeace Nordic have offices in Stockholm, Helsinki, Oslo and Copenhagen. We employ appr. 150 people throughout the organization.
We offer you a full time, fixed term employment contract for 12 months, with a possibility of extension. You will be working in an exciting, international work environment in our office located in the Nordic region or somewhere in Europe . We also offer a comprehensive package of employment benefits with an excellent work-life balance.
Are you interested?
To apply for this position, send your CV and your Motivation Letter in English as soon as possible and no later than February 19th.
For relevant questions related to the role and working with Greenpeace, you may contact:
Carolina Nyberg-Steiser, Global Key Influencers Programme Leader,
Ida Wahlin, Nordic HR Business Partner: Jenny Wass, Union Representative,