Greenpeace in Central & Eastern Europe is hiring a
For the strategic and organisational development of CEE7 (Adria, Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia) we are looking for a
Regional Organisational Director (full time)
We are looking for an experienced person with a rich proficiency in providing executive leadership in Greenpeace CEE. The position heads together with the regional PD Team, Finance and People & Culture the development of CEE’s organisational operations capacity and provides effective support in all organisational belongings to enable the organisation to achieve its goals.
The scope of your work will include but not be limited to:
Strategic development of CEE7 offices according to agreed overall strategies, priorities, special needs and challenges;
Representation of CEE7 strategic interests in the CEE HQC and building a mutual understanding;
Ensure effective and appropriate management practices throughout CEE7;
Initiate, oversee and proactively support effective transformation and champion the innovation required to move in tandem with the evolving external context and the strategic needs;
Comprehensive understanding of GPCEE Programme work;
Bridging between regional P&C, regional finance and local offices;
Ensure the full compliance with all relevant national legislations in CEE7, ensure the governance of the local offices happens according to the local legislations and as effectively as possible;
Ensure together with P&C Director that P&C strategy and activities are effectively aligned with and contribute to overall CEE strategies;
Strengthen and streamline the internal budget planning and monitoring processes (together with the Finance Department and the Program Director);
Supervise ODs and be directly accountable for their work;
Do you see yourself in this?
If you are someone who
has proven senior management/leadership experience (minimum of five years) and skills as well as the ability to lead with vision, creativity and clarity;
has sound understanding of financial, human resource management and governance issues;
has proven commitment to environmental and social change issues
enjoys working with a wide diversity of people in one of the fast emerging regions in Europe;
knows how to lead and develop team members and that true collaboration requires empathy, flexibility, resourcefulness, a high level of problem-solving skills and a proactive, solution-oriented approach to challenges;
then this role is for you.
For more information pls. see the full Job Description.
The role holder is reporting to the Deputy Executive Director and is part of the regional senior management team. The position can be based in one of the local offices within CEE7. The minimum salary depends on the local salary scale. The final salary is based on the organisation's salary system and the relevant experience of the position holder.
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.
If you are interested in this role send us your application. The application process for suitable candidates consists of at least one interview with people from the Senior Management. If you have any further questions pls. contact Stephan Spatt (firstname.lastname@example.org) or +43 664 816 97 12.
We are looking forward to your application until January 31st, 2023.