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Greenpeace is recruiting an
based at our European unit in Brussels
You understand the impact that the monetary and financial system as well as wider EU economic policies have on nature.
You are an astute economist with at least 5 years’ relevant professional experience and you have a good awareness of mainstream as well as alternative economic and monetary policies.
You are a committed environmentalist eager to stimulate fundamental change. You want to use your skills, energy and creativity to defend the interests of a living planet.
If this sounds like you, then we would like you to become part of our global network of campaigners and join the team at Greenpeace European Unit in Brussels as our EU Economic Adviser.
Main purpose of the job:
To advance global Greenpeace campaign objectives through formulation and dissemination of alternative fiscal, monetary and economic solutions and strategies designed to shift public opinion and EU politics.
What we offer:
Relevant Skills and Qualifications:
Please email your application in English to [email protected] and address it to Jorgo Riss. Please write Economic Adviser in the subject line, as well as your name and surname. Please include:
This post is ordinarily located at our office in Brussels. Due to the pandemic and related restrictions, the successful applicant could work from another location in the short to medium term.
Deadline for applications: 23:59 CET, 18 April 2021.
Expected starting date: As of 1 June 2021
The first round of interviews for this position will be held via Zoom in the first week of May.
Please read the requirements for the job carefully and follow the application instructions. We will automatically exclude incomplete applications.
Greenpeace is committed to equal opportunities and diversity. We encourage applications from anyone who believes they fit the essential requirements for the job, irrespective of: race/ethnicity; religion/belief; disability; sex, gender identity or sexual orientation; pregnancy, marital or parental status; and age.
We value gender equality and gender balance in our team, and particularly encourage applications from women.
Please note that due to the considerable number of applications we receive, we will only be able to contact candidates we have short-listed for interviews. If you have not heard from us by the first week of May, please assume that your application has not been successful. We thank you for your understanding.
Greenpeace is an independent global campaigning organisation that acts to change attitudes and behaviour, to defend nature and to promote peace. We do not accept donations from governments, the EU, businesses or political parties.
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; ethnicity; or religion/belief.