Want to make a difference? Join Greenpeace.
Please see two job offers below.
We are recruiting a
based at our European Unit in Brussels
Closing date for applications: 08.00 on Monday 16 September
Ideal starting date: Monday 4 November 2019
You are experienced, creative and motivated to reverse the course of global ecocide. You are familiar with climate policies and you know how the EU institutions work. You can spot the difference between greenwash and policies that actually trigger systemic changes. You enjoy developing political strategies just as much as implementing them, and you are equally comfortable talking with politicians, civil servants, the media and grassroots activists. You are reliable, constructive, and pay attention to detail. You understand the power of campaigning to trigger political change. You have at least seven years’ relevant experience.
Does this sound like you? Then read on!
Overall purpose of the position
To promote the climate policies and political reforms necessary for system change in Europe, through high-quality advocacy to influence EU politics.
Relevant qualifications and skills
What we offer
Ready to apply?
Then email your application to email@example.com and address it to Mr Stef Van den Eynde. Please write "Application senior campaigner for climate action" in the subject line.
Face-to-face interviews: The first round will be in the week commencing 30 September 2019; we expect the second round to take place in the week commencing 14 October 2019.
Greenpeace is committed to equal opportunities and diversity. We encourage applications from anyone who believes they fit the essential requirements of the job, irrespective of: age; disability; sex, gender identity or sexual orientation; pregnancy, marital or parental status; race or ethnicity; or religion/belief. We value gender equality and gender balance in our team, and particularly encourage applications from women.
Please note that due to the considerable amount of applications we receive, we will only be able to contact candidates who have been short-listed for interviews. If you have not heard from us by 29 September at the latest, please assume that your application has not been successful. We thank you for your understanding.
Greenpeace European Unit is looking for a brilliant and motivated legal intern to support the Unit’s legal strategist in a number of challenging legal projects, focusing on various EU law areas (environment, agriculture, climate and energy, human rights).
The legal intern will play a valuable role in the development of these projects; the position therefore involves a great deal of responsibility and autonomy. With this in mind, we are looking for candidates with exceptional analytical skills, initiative and drive. Our candidate will have the ability to work independently, while following instructions and also proactively contribute to the project by anticipating needs and thinking creatively.
The legal internship is a full-time position (38 hours per week) for a period of six months, starting in October 2019, and is based at our European Unit in Brussels. Please note that we can only accept interns who are entitled to work in Belgium.
What we offer
Essential qualifications and competencies
Applications must be in English and include a motivation letter, CV (no picture) and a sample of your writing on any legal subject of not more than 3-4 pages. Please send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org with the reference “Legal Traineeship 2019”
The deadline for applications is 25 August 2019.
Interviews will be held during the week of 2 September 2019.
Please contact email@example.com should you have any additional question about this internship.
Our dynamic team is made up of talented individuals who are passionate about preserving our planet. We offer a positive working environment and good benefits.
You can consult our privacy statement for applicants here. (Aussi en français, ook in het Nederlands.)
All job openings at Greenpeace European Unit will be posted here. You can also check out job offers with Greenpeace offices around the world.
The Greenpeace European Unit is committed to equal opportunities and diversity. We encourage applications from anyone who believes they fit the essential requirements of a job, irrespective of age; disability; sex, gender identity or sexual orientation; pregnancy, marital or parental status; race or ethnicity; or religion/belief.