As a Public Engagement Campaigner, you will be tasked with developing, maintaining, and monitoring our public engagement capacities. This includes identifying opportunities to deepen engagement and promote growth by creating relevant training programs, establishing activist pathways, and crafting engagement journeys for volunteers, audiences, and movement partners.

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

Open Boat Tour in Manila. © Chris J Ratcliffe / Greenpeace
Talks on Climate Action onboard the Rainbow Warrior in Manila, Philippines. © Chris J Ratcliffe / Greenpeace

Key Duties

  • Develop, implement, and strengthen organizational people power strategies and capacities, expanding and deepening our base of supporters. Contribute to an integrated supporter journey both online and offline, aligning with project and country strategies.
  • Lead the ideation, development, planning, and delivery of public engagement strategies and plans.
  • Work towards growing a safe, committed, diverse and skilled volunteer community that aligns with the Greenpeace purpose and vision.
  • Ensure and maintain Greenpeace’s relationships with external partners and groups, as well as strategic key influencers, in collaboration with other country office colleagues.
  • Reliably deliver on project engagement plans in line with the country strategy, campaign and engagement objectives, and KPIs
  • Monitor, report, and evaluate project-relevant PEA capacities and opportunities.
  • Manage project-level public engagement budget.


  • Solid knowledge and a proven track record in project management, campaigning, basic logistics, organizing, and mobilization.
  • Proven experience in capacity development and have developed and delivered training in organizing community events, mobilization, and creative campaigning.
  • Proven experience in managing and engaging with public engagement-related “communities of practice”, can engage, motivate, and inspire people and deal with conflicts.
  • Committed to activism and nonviolent direct actions as a means of affecting change.
  • Excellent communication skills in English and Filipino (both written and oral).
  • Strong documentation, writing, and presentation skills.
  • Demonstrated ability in planning, facilitating, and organizing meetings.
  • Demonstrated ability to design and deliver training.
  • Excellent computer skills, including mastery of database management and budget preparation software.
  • Works effectively with people of different cultures.
  • Ability to work effectively in a team but also to work independently and unsupervised.

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: March 15, 2024

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

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