As the Action Campaigner you will be a member of the Greenpeace Public Engagement and Actions (PEA) Unit. You will be responsible for amplifying the impact of campaign projects through strategic, people-centric creative actions. Additionally you’ll be in charge of delivering those actions as well as ensuring action readiness with regard to our capacities, skills, activists, warehouse, networks and other resources.

This is a fixed-term position for 1 year, based in Manila.

Anti-Terror Bill Protest in Manila. © Greenpeace / Grace Duran-Cabus
FILE PHOTO: Greenpeace Philippines activists join the communities and civil society at the University of the Philippines, Quezon City in commemorating Independence Day in a peaceful solidarity activity to call on the government to scrap the proposed anti-terrorism bill.
© Greenpeace / Grace Duran-Cabus

Key Duties

  • Strengthen organisational people power capacity
  • Lead the ideation, planning and delivery of Project Action strategies and plans, including activist integration, scouting, design, delivery, and evaluation of Non-violent Direct Action in line with established regional and international best practices
  • Manage and oversee Greenpeace action capacities, such as warehouse, gear, vehicles, contractors
  • Manage and monitor the Greenpeace activist pool, identify areas for improvement based on strategic needs, develop and deliver action specific training plans
  • Work and maintain reliable and constructive relationships with other programme team members and other relevant units in designing, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating the project action plans


  • Committment to Non-Violent Direct Action and activism in general as a means of affecting positive change
  • Solid knowledge and a proven track record in project management, campaigning, field logistics, direct action design, planning, and delivery
  • Proven experience in capacity development and have developed and delivered trainings in the realms of People Power, actions, and creative campaigning
  • Proven experience in managing and engaging with actions related communities of practice; can engage, motivate and inspire people, and deal with conflicts
  • Excellent communications skills in English (both written and oral)

Application Guidelines

Interested candidates are invited to (1) download and fill out the attached Application Form and (2) write a Letter of Motivation explaining why you are applying, and your qualifications for the position. Send the two documents to [email protected]

Deadline for applications: April 7, 2023

"Our Voices Are Vital" Activity in Quezon City, Philippines. © Jilson Tiu / Greenpeace

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