350.org

350.org is building a global climate movement. Our online campaigns, grassroots organizing, and mass public actions are coordinated by a global network active in over 188 countries.

The number 350 means climate safety: we must reduce the CO2 in the atmosphere from >400 parts per million to below 350.
350.org Argentina
May 29, 2019
Full time
Argentina, Brasil, Colombia 350.org’s Latin America s looking for an enthusiastic and diligent   Latin America Climate Defenders Campaigner !   About the Latin America Climate Defenders Campaigner The Latin America Climate Defenders Campaigner will be responsible for providing support to the 350.org Climate Defenders Program's activities in the region, either implemented directly and or by partners, dealing with themes such as defense of human rights of those climate and environment defenders, Indigenous Peoples and frontline communities. Special attention is on those defenders that have been or are potentially impacted, threatened, or displaced by the the driving forces of greenhouse gas emissions and the fossil fuel industry. The Latin America Climate Defenders Campaigner will work with volunteers, groups and partners across the Latin America region to support local campaigns and identify opportunities for new campaigns to protect climate defenders and create safer conditions for activism. The Campaigner will work alongside the 350.org Latin America teams to provide trainings and educational activities, from time to time make field visits to affected communities, and work with our communications and digital teams to tell stories from on the ground. The Campaigner will support regional and global initiatives such as 350.org’s campaigns at the United Nations climate talks in Santiago, Chile. The Campaigner will be responsible for dialogue with public servants and authorities involved in the preventative measures and investigations of threats and violence against defenders. This role offers a unique window into the inner workings of the organisation and the climate movement. It will be ideal for a highly organised, detail-oriented individual who has a strong interest in progressive social change and the way organisations work. The right candidate will be kind and approachable, and ready to take on challenges. They will be committed to their own well-being and the well-being of others, an excellent communicator, and able to function in a remote team that rarely meets in-person. They’ll have the ability to exercise discretion, maintain calm under pressure, and have strong prioritisation and time-management instincts. Responsibilities Plan, develop and report on campaigns and initiatives related to climate defenders by 350.org in Latin America; Engage and provide support to climate defenders, either in preventative measures or emergency response situations, through the collaboration of 350.org staff and local partners; Build relationships with and participate in regional and national alliances, networks and special initiatives related to the defense of climate defenders in Latin America; Coordinate with staff (campaigners, organizers etc) of the diverse 350.org campaigns and partners across Latin America, so as to "internalize"  climate defenders concerns/issues in the diverse campaigns carried out by 350.org; Maintain a working knowledge of climate defenders issues and of the social, political, legislative, regulatory and economic framework relevant to promote their rights, from a climate justice and regional perspectives; Represent 350.org at events, with grassroots activist groups, decision-makers, donors, and other allies, including the environmental community at large; Communicate threats, risks and or opportunities for 350.org campaigns and mission in the region; Build networks: link 350.org’s activities with local partners and people interested in 350.org climate defenders' activities. Required Qualifications: At least three (3) years of experience with campaigns and projects developed by civil society organisations, particularly in issues related to the promotion and defence of rights, citizenship, and sustainable development  Experience with strategic planning, budget management, and finance accountability, ideally in an international context Strong interpersonal skills A commitment to your own personal growth and development Proficient with virtual meeting technology, google drive and other digital technologies Fluent in Spanish and or Portuguese, as well as reasonable proficiency in English Confidence in using internet-based software for calendaring/scheduling Desired (but not required) skills and experiences High level proficiency in Google Suites and Zoom Video Conferencing preferred Has an interest in social & environmental justice issues Position Type: , Full-Time, 40 hours per week Application Deadline:   This position is open until filled Start Date:   As soon as possible Selection process :  Review of resumé (CV), interviews and written or oral tests may apply Compensation Ranges: Competitive compensation based on experience Argentina:   837,000 ( We shall pay an additional currency devaluation allowance for Argentina) Brasil:   139,500 Colombia:   79,050,000  Travel:   May travel occasionally (domestic and international) Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
350.org USA
May 29, 2019
Full time
This position is based remotely in the Southwest region. Our preference is the position be based in Colorado or Utah but we are also open to candidates being based in NV, AZ or NM. 350.org is looking for a motivated organizer who is excited about building a movement powered by volunteers that is ready to take on the fossil fuel industry. 350.org strives to be an inclusive, collaborative, fun and equitable work environment that brings a variety of approaches to addressing the climate crisis. We’re committed to building an organization that is self-reflective, high-impact, innovative and integrates principles of justice and equity into our campaigning and movement-building.  Diverse perspectives and experiences improve the way 350.org carries out its work and we value new perspectives, creative ideas and different ways of working. We do our best to make staff positions accessible to all potential team members, regardless of gender, ethnicity, age, disability, sexual orientation or identity. We particularly encourage applicants from communities most impacted by climate change or other kinds of environmental, social, and economic injustice. If you have suggestions for us on how to do this better, we really value your input and strongly encourage you to write to us at   jobs@350.org   with the subject line ‘Hiring Feedback’. About the Southwest Regional Field Organizer 350.org is hiring a Regional Organizer who can help us recruit, train and support volunteer leaders in the Southwest region with a focus on Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Colorado and Nevada. This person will  use digital platforms and traditional organizing skills to  grow 350’s organizing networks in the region and increase public participation in campaigns to stop fossil fuels and win equitable climate solutions. The organizer will be part of our national field team working to build a powerful, grassroots climate justice movement. Required Qualifications 3+ years of experience in the nuts and bolts of organizing including recruiting, organizing, training, and supporting volunteer-led grassroots organizations and experience supporting the development of effective leaders. Experience or familiarity organizing with an orientation to movement building and broader social justice approach, including working in diverse coalitions, especially in communities of color, low-income communities, and communities impacted by climate change. Campaign strategy, planning, and volunteer management experience. Proven ability to work effectively with people from diverse racial, ethnic, class, age, gender, and sexual orientation backgrounds. Ability to adapt to and juggle evolving and competing priorities, and meet deadlines. Comfortable working independently as part of a remote team and communicating over phone, Slack, and messaging programs. Enthusiasm and ability to travel up to 25% of your staff time including a valid driver’s license and clean driving record Desired (but not required) skills and experiences Experience working on grassroots campaigns to influence decision makers. Experience building or leading a local activist organization, including creating effective structures, decision-making and campaign development. Fluency in additional languages beyond English (particularly Spanish) Experience creating externally facing, written and/or visual content for organizing campaigns Familiarity or excitement to learn digital organizing skills using new strategies and platforms. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Excellent time management & organizational skills and ability to keep track of multiple projects and relationships. A typical week in this position could include: Daily interaction with local leaders and volunteers on the ground, troubleshooting, building relationships and general support Drafting emails to a volunteer base, hosts or leaders for distributed actions Several calls with internal teams on specific projects (e.g. an upcoming action), an internal campaign call, or a check in with your manager Helping develop organizing plans for our network and activists We are looking for someone who is comfortable working both independently and in teams, highly responsive, and able to lead initiatives as well as take direction from others. Position Type:  Full Time Application Deadline:   Although we hope to begin interviews during the week of June 3rd, 2019, this job is open until filled, or the hiring manager determines that they can no longer accept applications. Start Date: Flexible, Ideally the week of July 15th Location:   This position is based remotely in the Southwest region. Our preference is the position be based in Colorado or Utah but we are also open to candidates being based in NV, AZ or NM. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com