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Social Media & Mobilisation Internship

Jobb - 21 maj, 2018
Do you have skills and passion for communication and the ability to think creatively? Are you eager to make the world a fairer place and have an understanding of how digital tools can help create change and influence debates? If so, then you might be the one we’re looking for to join our Digital Unit for internship in Stockholm office!

At the Greenpeace stand on the fair in Almere the visitors are invited to make a "Selfbee": a Selfie wearing a diademe with bees. The Selfbees are uploaded into Facebook.  With the 'Save the Bees" campaign, Greenpeace draws attention to the crucial role of bees and other pollinators for agriculture and global food production and pleads for a ban on bee-killing pesticides.Bij de Greenpeace stand op de Libelle Zomerweek  worden bezoekers uitgenodigd om een "Selfbee" te maken: een selfie met een diadeem met bijen op. Deze foto's worden op Facebook gezet. Met de bijencampagne wil Greenpeace aandacht vragen voor de cruciale rol die bijen en andere bestuivers spelen in de landbouw en de productie van voedselgewassen. Greenpeace pleit voor een verbod op schadelijke landbouwgifstoffen.

You’ll use digital tools like Facebook, Twitter and email to communicate about Greenpeace’s work to both current and potential supporters. You will create engaging texts that will inspire people to sign our petitions, attend our events or share our articles.

Your day-to-day could mean posting on social media, getting stuck-in with discussions about our campaigns, making macros, translating or writing supporter emails or studying social media trends. Lots of this would depend on your interests or current skills.

You will work on a whole range of topics - whether it’s about protecting oceans from plastic pollution, saving forests from destruction, or stopping our pension from being invested into the climate change.

Learning & development

This is a non-paid internship, but we hope Greenpeace internships will provide interns with:  

  • an insight into working in the environmental sector

  • the chance to make a real contribution to Greenpeace  

  • hands on experience  

  • workplace skills  

  • the opportunity to develop both personally and professionally

Personal Specification

We expect that the successful candidate will be able to meet the following criteria:

  • Excellent Swedish language speaker and writer.
  • Communicator: You can write in a clear, concise and engaging way. You can break down complex topics and make them both understandable and interesting to a variety of audiences.
  • Creative: You can think creatively about how to reach people in innovative ways, this could be how to spread a campaign message using words, images or the latest digital tools.
  • Digital-minded: You are knowledgeable about what works on different social media platforms and excited by the latest digital trends and tools.
  • Conscientious: You will have excellent attention to detail, and will be used to checking your work for spelling mistakes and factual errors.
  • Data-driven: You don’t need to be a data expert, but you’ll need to be able to look at Facebook posts and see what’s performing well (based on reactions, shares and comments) and what successful posts have in common (the topic, post length, image choice, etc).


The internship can last from one to three months. There is no guarantee of further work when the internship comes to an end.


We are seeking someone who is able to commit to at least 2 days per week.

How to Apply:

Please submit your motivation letter and resume here:

If you have questions, you can call +46705406381 (Elena Bliznetsova, Head of Digital).

We often receive high numbers of applications and regret we are unable to respond to those applicants who are not shortlisted. If you do not hear from us within three weeks after your application, please assume that you have not been shortlisted on this occasion.