Home-Based with some travel to London Office
08 January 2017 at 6pm GMT
|Stamp Out Poverty campaigns for new sources of finance to fight poverty and climate change at home and abroad. We run The Robin Hood Tax which campaigns for a Financial Transactions Tax (FTT) – popularly known as the Robin Hood Tax.
We are looking to recruit a Research Consultant who will be involved in compiling statistical findings to complement the work of the Robin Hood Tax campaign. This will range from research on financial markets and banks to social policy including housing, the NHS and disability cuts.
The job would suit a bright, enthusiastic candidate with an ability to work well independently, to tight deadlines and with a desire to build a career in public affairs or campaigns.
Candidates must have a keen interest and some relevant experience in rigorous desk-based research, preferably through a second degree and/or economic/social policy work.
The successful candidate will gain experience of working in a successful campaigning environment.
Although the role will be carried out remotely, some travel to London may be necessary.
Closing Date: 08 January 2017 at 6pm GMT
Interview/Start Dates: Interviews will take place soon after the closing date
Sales Person dedicated to changing the Word
Home-Based with International Travel
|Full Time – Permanent|
|The Plastic Bank is searching for a sales person dedicated to changing the world.
The Plastic Bank is an internationally recognised and celebrated organisation that is revered as “The World’s most Important and Scalable Social Business” The Plastic Bank is building the world’s largest convenience store chain for the world’s poor, where everything is available to be purchased with plastic garbage. Available in the stores is everything from medical insurance to school tuition, sustainable cooking fuel, fortified food and more. Our mission is to monetise plastic garbage by creating a tradeable currency, that provides an ability to transcend poverty, by cleaning the environment.
We are searching the world for someone who wants to use their professional sales skills to build a legacy for themselves, their family and the world. The predominant responsibility is to find and connect plastics manufacturing companies with a plastic feedstock that lifts people out of poverty. The use of Social Plastic in manufacturing gives an organisation the ability to authentically connect with their customers by being powerfully socially responsible.
Optimally, the successful candidate has proven that they have built a sales career by continually refining their profession and by applying and dedicating their life to building win-win relationships.
The position is home office based, has an unlimited income opportunity, affords an equity opportunity, includes international travel and provides a life of purpose and meaning.
Learn more about us by visiting http://www.plasticbank.org and by searching Social Plastic, The Plastic Bank and David Katz.
Apply with a well crafted cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Bethnal Green, London
|Full time 3-month freelance contract with potential for extension||Salary: Dependent on experience
Closing date: Tuesday January 3rd at 6pm
|About Alter Eco:
Alter Eco is a video company founded by Richard Roaf that has produced videos for campaigning organisations including Greenpeace UK, 38 Degrees, Amnesty International, 350.org and SumOfUs.
Alter Eco has developed an expertise in producing highly shareable social media videos for good causes. We use a methodology for producing videos called the Four Step Formula for Shareable Videos which incorporates the key factors that drive sharing.
This means that even though we are small, we have a big impact. Over the past year we have produced videos that have been shared more than 1 million times and watched more than 50 million times on Facebook.
Summary of the Role:
We are looking for someone with serious production and project management skills who believes passionately in using social media to change the world. They will help manage video production, consultancy, training projects and business development. They should have experience in project management and administration and preferably come from a video production or social media background. This is an opportunity to join a small but high-impact organisation and shape our growth.
● Video Production
The role will involve the project management of social media video production. This will include, but not be limited to, recruiting and managing freelance filmmakers, managing project budgets, developing processes for video production, developing briefs, managing clients, seeding videos, coordinating shoots and overseeing delivery of high quality videos to tight deadlines.
● Business Development and Administration
Write proposals for production, training and consultancy projects. Promote the work of Alter Eco both online and offline and build relationships with new clients. Develop and manage a strategy to expand the scale and impact of video, training and consultancy projects that Alter Eco is delivering. Oversee finance, office management and other admin related tasks.
● Coordinating Training
Organising offline and online training for filmmakers, campaigning groups and organisations. Supporting the development and delivery of new training packages and finding innovative ways to radically skill up the sector. Support the creation and distribution of a set of online training resources including blogs and videos.
To apply please follow these steps:
The deadline for applications is Tuesday January 3rd at 6pm.
Interviews will take place in January with the role starting in late January or early February.
Email email@example.com if you have any questions and I’m really excited to hear from you.
Community Forest Consortium Coordinator
Kentish Town, London
£32,736 per annum
|Closing Date: 29th November 2016|
|The Rainforest Foundation UK (RFUK) supports indigenous peoples and traditional populations of the world’s rainforest to secure and control the natural resources necessary for their long-term wellbeing and managing these resources in ways which do not harm their environment.
As part of a team of four staff, the DRC Community Forest (CF) Consortium Coordinator will provide administrative, finance-management and M&E support to the RFUK DRC team, consortium members and DRC partners under a specific DfID-funded project concerning implementation of community forests in the DRC (implemented by a consortium of international and national NGOs led by RFUK).
The post is based in the Rainforest Foundation’s north London office, with occasional travel to the Congo Basin region.
Please visit our website for a full job description and person specification and information on how to apply.
Please note that we do not accept CVs.
The full job description can be viewed and downloaded here.
The application form can be downloaded here.
Closing Date for Applications: 29th November 2016.
Project Assistant (Ranger)
Fixed term contract until 31st December 2017
£13,372- £15,000 per annum
Midnight on 27th November 2016
1st December 2016
Join a team that is changing places and changing lives.
Groundwork is the community charity with a green heart. We believe that big global issues – the economy, the environment – have a big local impact. Groundwork operates throughout the UK helping communities find practical solutions to the challenges they face.
We are looking for an Assistant Ranger with a keen interest in conservation and the environment to join our green spaces team. The position will provide the successful candidate the opportunity to take the first step in developing a career in the conservation/green spaces sector. The position will provide the opportunity to gain experience in practical conservation work, management of local nature reserves and construction projects (installation of boardwalks, raised beds etc).
The successful candidate will have a good understanding of the tool usage, habitat management and Health & Safety. They will also be willing to work outside in a variety of weather conditions. Some aspects of role will require lone working, and once a month weekend work.
Plan, promote and lead practical Conservation and Environmental tasks.
Assist with the management of local nature reserves and ancient woodlands including undertaking site surveys, inspections and maintenance.
Assist with grounds management at our environment centres.
Supervise and co-ordinate Volunteers and Community groups.
Demonstrate correct use of tools and equipment and safe work procedures.
Assist in construction of boardwalks, growing spaces, raised beds, etc.
Groundwork South is committed to transforming people’s lives and places through social, economic and environmental action. In terms of development and delivery of these projects we work across three business themes, Parks & Open Spaces, Youth & Employment and Greener Living & Working.
In return we offer:
· A contributory pension scheme
· Life Assurance for all employees at four times annual salary
· 25 days annual holiday, rising after two years and reaching 30 days after 4 years
· Childcare vouchers are available on a salary sacrifice basis
· Scope to continuing development of your professional skills
· A salary sacrifice cycle to work scheme
· A salary sacrifice Payroll Giving scheme
To apply please download the application form below and email to firstname.lastname@example.org
or post to
Laura Dyke at Groundwork South, Riverside Community Centre, Dickens Road, Gravesend, Kent, DA12 2JY
before midnight on the 27th November 2016 or for more information regarding the post please contact Ronnie Fleming on 01895 832662.
CVs will not be accepted. No agencies please. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Please note that we reserve the right to close applications early in the event of a large response.
Closing date: Midnight on 27th November 2016
Interview date: 1st December 2016
We shall ensure fairness and equal opportunities throughout our workforce and in service delivery. We welcome applications from suitably skilled candidates regardless of ethnicity, gender, disability. sexuality, religion or age.
21 hours, evenly distributed over 3, 4 or 5 days
£20,000 to £25,000 pro rata
By 17:00 Thursday 10 November 2016
|The Tree Council is the UK’s lead charity for trees, promoting their importance in a changing environment. It was founded as the national tree planting campaign that would follow up the success of Plant A Tree In ’73, encourage action for trees and run National Tree Week.
We are still working in partnership with communities, organisations and government to make trees matter to everyone. Our work has expanded and we are responsible for the annual Community Action Programme that includes Seed Gathering Season, National Tree Week and Walk in the Woods month, supporting the groups organising local events.
We also co-ordinate and manage our national volunteer Tree Warden Scheme, fundraise and distribute grants for planting trees, woodland wildflowers and bluebells, and hedges and work with our partners on an agenda for change that includes the Tree Care Campaign, the Green Monuments Campaign and the Hedge Tree Campaign.
Purpose of post:
1. To contribute to the effective operation of the organisation through the day-to-day provision of administrative support and related services, undertaking activities appropriate to the needs of the organisation
2. To provide assistance that reflects the priorities of the work programme
3. To establish and implement new procedures as necessary to ensure an exemplary standard of support and service
4. To support and add value to the work and effectiveness of the team and the promotion and delivery of The Tree Council’s objectives
Find the full job description, person specification and application for on the links below.
Please submit completed application form by 17:00 Thursday 10 November 2016 to email@example.com
Interviews will be held on the week commencing 14 November 2016
Volunteering with The Tree Council
We are always interested in hearing from prospective volunteers who might be interested in office-based volunteering to support our day-to-day operations and special projects. If you would be interested in volunteering with us in this context, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with some information about the type of opportunity you are seeking and any particular skills you would like to share.
Salary: £26,000 pa
|Closing Date: October 3, 2016|
|The Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) is an independent campaigning organisation committed to bringing about change that protects the natural world from environmental crime and abuse.
Our vision is a future where humanity respects, protects and celebrates the natural world for the benefit of all.
Our investigators work around the world – often undercover and sometimes in dangerous circumstances – to bring back the evidence which forms the basis of our campaigning and lobbying work
Small but highly respected, our track record shows that meaningful change is possible, whether we’re exposing criminals, raising awareness or lobbying for better enforcement.
About the role:
EIA’s Communications department plays a vital role within the organisation providing hard-hitting images and video footage for our reports, website and social media. It also provides training for local NGOs to help them use these techniques in their own campaigning.
Reporting to the Head of Operations, the Visual Communications Coordinator is responsible for the coordination of activities within the Communications Department and the supply of the department’s services to the rest of the organisation. They will project manage campaign communication plans and assist in training local NGOs in-country in visual documentation and editing skills as required.
The coordinator will maintain administrative oversight of the Communications Department.
Apply: via application form
Contact Name: Bill Dishington
Contact Email: email@example.com
Contact Phone: +44 (0) 20 7354 7960
|Full Time Permanent||Southend on Sea, Essex|
|At Solopress, we strongly believe that the way we treat and view the environment impacts heavily on the way we live and work. Therefore, we feel it is important that everyone has the opportunity to share in the responsibility of sustaining our environment.
We have gone to great lengths to source and offer products to our customers that meet their environmentally conscious needs. Pair them with super fast turnaround times, excellent print quality, exceptional customer service and a happy bunch of people – that’s the Solopress way of doing business.
The way we treat and view the environment impacts heavily on the way we live and work, therefore we feel its important that everyone has the opportunity to share the responsibility of sustaining our environment.
At Solopress we have gone to great lengths to source and offer products to our customers that meet their environmentally conscious needs, this brief introduction illustrates the controls we have put in place to ensure our products and the work carried out on site has minimal impact on the environment.
Paper – There are no cost effective 100% recycled coated papers available on the market at this time. However, the coated gloss and silk paper we use and endorse have a recycled paper content of 55%. We use 100% Recycled Paper for our offset and 55 silk for our coated range of flyers, business cards, leaflets and posters.
Inks – We have not just adapted this ink technology to our business cards and flyers, we are producing all of our printed products using these inks. Solopress print with eco inks only. These inks use vegetable oil instead of mineral oil. Such inks have been available for some time, but now the inks have been developed so well it doesn’t compromise the quality of your work.
About the role:
As one of the UK’s fastest growing commercial printers, we’re looking for great people to join our very friendly, hardworking team. The wellbeing of our employees is just as important to Solopress as ensuring the total satisfaction of every single customer who use our 24-hour turnaround printing and design services. So what are you waiting for? Apply now and grow with us!
All the jobs advertised below are based at the Solopress premises in Southend-on-Sea, Essex.
To apply for any of these positions, please click on the vacancy that interests you, then select the Apply button and attach your CV and completed application form to the email. Please don’t phone or write to us regarding your application.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview.
|Part time – 2.5 days per week|
|1 Million Women was founded by Natalie Isaacs. At the time a cosmetics manufacturer Natalie saw that individual action is key to solving the climate crisis. She realised that she couldn’t stand back any longer and wait for others to act. That climate change threatened her friends and family, her children, along with everyone around the world.
Leaving behind the over-packaged world of skincare and beauty products Natalie set out to create and build a global movement of women and girls inspired and empowered to act on climate change through the way they live.
Natalie’s own climate journey from apathy to real action cuts through complexity and delivers a simple message that resonates with women and girls of all ages. Her message is simple:
“I launched 1 Million Women because I knew the incredible power women have to transform society. It is time for us to understand the significance of this power.
That how we live each day, how we spend and invest our money and the influence we have in our households, workplaces and communities are all key to solving the challenge of climate change”
We are currently looking for an Operations Manager based in Sydney for an immediate start.
As part of 1MW Team, your job will be to: