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Frontline Campaign Organizer

Organization Name: Greenpeace USA
Website: www.greenpeace.org/usa/jobs/?gh_jid=4394867002
Job Post Date: 13 Aug 2019
Job Terms: Full Time

Job Description

Location:

This position can be based out of any of our offices, which include Washington D.C., San Francisco CA, Oakland, CA, Seattle, WA, Los Angeles, CA, Costa Mesa, CA, San Diego CA, Chicago, IL, Portland, OR, Denver, CO, Boston, MA, or St. Pete, Florida.

This role will:

Recruit, Train, Manage and Develop a team of junior organizers who build dozens of volunteer leadership teams in multiple towns who mobilize, innovate and win hard-hitting campaign victories with people power at the heart of the change-making.
Produce training materials and train staff and volunteers in-person and/or virtually.
In partnership with Greenpeace campaign project teams, develop, design and implement campaign strategies and tactics with people at the center of the theory of change.
Create and implement engagement pathways that progressively grow the number of supporters engaged and their depth of engagement, moving people from taking action digitally or individually to in-person with others.
Design and implement effective campaign plans and write, build and produce inspiring materials (social media / web content, emails, toolkits, trainings, campaign plans, webinars, etc…) with motivating tactics for distributed volunteers.
Build partnerships with strategic allied groups alongside local organizers in the field
Manage and evaluate supporter data analytics by establishing baseline metrics and creating systems to track and analyze data to be able to iterate quickly on engagement efforts and improve performance over time.
Create pathways and systems to listen to Greenpeace supporters, donors and the general public, feeding back to the organization at large reactions to and ideas for our campaigns.
Motivate donors, supporters and staff in region to hit fundraising goals.

Qualifications

Skills: Minimum requirements include:

At least 3 - 5 years of experience with significant demonstrated success in field or community organizing, with tangible results for a specific campaign, organization and/or cause.
At least 1-2 years experience managing staff or 2+ years experience managing high level volunteer leaders.
Demonstrated experience building organization-to-organization relationships or coalitions.
Expertise in using digital tools to engage supporters in taking action for an organization, including tools like Mobile Commons, Every Action, and Relay.
Excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills that can inspire and diverse groups of people to take action.
Able to work independently but collaboratively in a fast-paced, constantly-changing environment
Able to work evenings and weekends, as needed, and to travel across the country.
Proficient with social media based organizing.
Experience in organizing and movement building with an emphasis on effective leadership development and a co-collaborative style.
Able to learn new online platforms and apply their use to creative campaign design.
Able to think strategically about volunteer mobilization work, spot gaps, evaluate learnings and best practices, and make recommendations to improve these programs.
Able to navigate issues related to diversity, equity, and inclusion and a deep commitment to advancing these values.
Additional requirements include but are not limited to:

Experience using CRM tools like EveryAction or VAN
Experience running trainings and conferences using web-based presentation tools
Experience supporting Non-Violent Direct Actions (NVDA), or a strong desire to learn how to support them
Ability to speak and write Spanish

How to Apply

Apply here - www.greenpeace.org

Contact: Layla Anthony
Email: lanthony@greenpeace.org
Job Post Online Expiration: Tue, 24 Sep 2019 07:33pm

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