Come to Greenpeace CEE as Regional Political Adviser

Съобщение за печата - април 6, 2017
Do you have a passion for strategic and political thinking as well as for our planet? Do you want to impact the European social and environmental developments? Do you want to work on democracy and civil society movement building in Central and Eastern Europe, with clear European and global perspectives?

Greenpeace is a global, non-violent campaigning organization that acts to protect and conserve the environment. Greenpeace in Central and Eastern Europe (GP CEE), headquartered in Vienna/Austria, employs more than 180 employees in 8 countries in the region.

COME TO Greenpeace CEE as Regional Political Adviser

(40hrs/week; Bucharest, RO or in one of our CEE offices)

Your competencies…

  • Thorough understanding of the political and economic environment, especially in EU/CEE
  • Knowledge of civil society environment, democracy and rule of law aspects in CEE, background in environmental and/or democracy movements, knowledge of social movements building and development
  • Ability to analyse and synthesise information from various political context, as well as excellent networking skills
  • Profound experience and valuable relations to media, politics, civil society and other decision-makers
  • Excellent English (written and spoken) is a prerequisite
  • Willingness to travel
  • Experience with international teams and organisations as well as NGO/NPO background desirable
  • Understanding matrix management, operation of virtual teams as well as being a team-player

Your tasks and responsibilities…

  • Work with the Programme Director CEE and with responsible team members in developing, implementing and evaluating political strategies for CEE work with a global outlook and in developing an active, reliable and responsive network internally and externally
  • Advise CEE offices, a team of regional experts and project leaders on democratic and political developments in Europe relevant to CEE campaigns; produce relevant briefings and analysis as tasked
  • Foster synergies and active collaboration between CEE local offices and internal/external stakeholders
  • Represent GP CEE in internal bodies and externally towards relevant stakeholders, political authorities and corporate representatives
  • Build and manage a network in politics, authorities, NGOs/NPOs, social media, and media in the region and beyond

We offer…

  • An NGO-competitive compensation package for a fulltime position (40hrs/week) located in Bucharest, Romania preferably or in one of our CEE offices as well as flexible, life-balance friendly working hours
  • A chance to personal and professional growth in a supportive environment combined with being in a self-responsible, diverse and challenging position
  • An organisational environment with a diversity of context, experience, perspectives, seniority, curiosity, a highly engaged, international team and the irrepressible desire to make a difference.

If you identify yourself with our goals and consider yourself a promising candidate for this position, please, send your English CV and motivation letter until April 28th, 2017 tIn case of any questions, please feel free to contact . 
We look forward to receiving your application.

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