Greenpeace in Central & Eastern Europe is hiring a
The position requires identifying, coordinating and facilitating successful partnership between European cities and Ukrainian cities which have been destroyed partly or heavily by the war. Part of the Greening the reconstruction of Ukraine project.
The successful candidate will be responsible for the implementation of the partnerships on the EU end, focused on green and progressive practices which will be distributed in post-war Ukraine.
The work will be done in collaboration with Ukrainian colleagues who will be working with UA municipalities.
Strategic and conceptual tasks:
Participate in the development of the City Partnership concept.
Come up with new ideas for concrete green reconstruction efforts in Ukraine
Participate in campaign planning
Work with colleagues in Ukraine to create concrete packages for reconstruction of public infrastructure in Ukrainian towns (e.g. Schools, Hospitals)
Communication with municipalities in EU/Western countries, research and identifying of possible collaboration
Research of best practices for urban/energy/environmental solutions
Liaise with other GP offices to get them working with cities in their countries to take on concrete partnerships
Support other GP offices in publicly promoting the partnerships
Collaborate on daily basis with the Ukrainian counterpart of the team
Support the communication work around the partnerships in European towns and Ukraine
Support reporting of this strand of work towards funders and other stakeholder
Financial and administrative support - follow up on the implementation of the concrete projects, undertaken within the partnerships
Excellent spoken and written English
Service and support oriented
Good representation and public speaking skills
Persistence in following up with other offices
Ability to coordinate and organize processes
Availability to travel
Personal skills helpful for the role:
A commitment and enthusiasm for Greenpeace’s work
High level of autonomy and self-management
Ability to learn fast and to cope working under pressure in rapidly changing circumstances
Resilience and flexibility
Social by nature
A real opportunity of making change in the world
Constant collaboration with the global Greenpeace organization
International skill shares – you can learn from and input to a worldwide network of talented people
Full time employment contract for 1 year with a trial period and possibility of renewal, depending on funding
Flexible working time and a home office option
Benefits in line with our values (eg. child support benefit)
We are looking forward to receiving your application!
Only selected candidates will be invited for an interview.
Greenpeace is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of age, citizenship, colour, disability, ethnicity, family or marital status, gender identity or expression, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected characteristic and would like to invite you especially to apply.