You’ll help manage, develop and support Greenpeace’s Local Group Network and its 3,500+ volunteers across the UK, maximising campaign and public outreach potential. This will include maintaining a high level of communication with the network and its coordinators via digital media, email, phone and face-to-face, as well as delivering a range of training, inductions and events to ensure accurate, effective and imaginative campaigning.
It will be another feature of your role to participate in campaign project teams to ensure Greenpeace’s local volunteer tactics network provides effective and creative campaign impact and raises public awareness. You’ll also support the output of outreach projects, in order to drive Local Group growth and health and to raise awareness of our mission through activities like fundraising events and volunteer recruitment initiatives.
- Significant experience of coordinating, inspiring and supporting volunteers to win campaigns, with a solid grasp of both campaign strategy and tactics.
- Experience of delivering events and training, including speaking in public.
- Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills, with a good knowledge of digital campaigning, a preference for team working and the ability to build and maintain strong, trusting relationships.
- A passion for developing volunteers, a deep interest in the work we do and a real desire to affect change.
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