Inspirational Jobs – Administrator Internship HUBBUB UK

ADMINISTRATOR INTERNSHIP

Somerset House, London

Hubbub

HUBBUB UK

6 month internship

£20,000 per annum

Deadline:

Friday 29th July 2016, 5pm

We make environmental matters matter, creating fun campaigns that people latch onto and which go on to have a life of their own. We take a fresh approach to communicating environmental issues, focusing on people’s passions such as fashion, food, homes and neighbourhoods.

Our approach is positive. We believe sustainability can and should be fun, enjoyable and sociable.  We constantly experiment, learn and evolve. We share results and open source our approach so others can amplify impact. We provide the spark for people to do things differently.

Collaboration is central to our approach. We listen and co-design. We are inclusive working at all levels, from grass roots to the board room.  We are purposeful with clear charitable objectives delivering tangible impact.

We are a small experienced team of doers. We’re inquisitive, curious and proactive. We approach our work intelligently and even-handedly, based on facts and scientific evidence.

About the opportunity:

We’re seeking an intern to join our small team. The internship will offer a wide range of experience, working in a start-up culture. The role will provide direct administrative support to a range of on-the-ground initiatives including a food waste campaign at Halloween, a large-scale sustainable fashion initiative and piloting a new approach to tackling litter.

We’re seeking a highly enthusiastic person who has a genuine interest in sustainability and who wants to help bring the issue into the mainstream through innovative and impactful community-based activities.

We’re looking for somebody who can work effectively in a dynamic small team, who thrives on challenges, who has an active interest in current affairs and who is able to work confidently under their own initiative. As the role will largely involve providing administrative support, it is essential that you are organised, have a keen eye for detail and enjoy looking at spreadsheets every now and then over a cup of tea!

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Inspirational Jobs – Supporter Engagement Lead – 10:10

SUPPORTER ENGAGEMENT LEAD

Camden, London

10 10
32-40 hours/ 4-5 days per week (negotiable)

£24,550 – £27,550 pa pro-rata

Depending on experience

Closing date:

9am, Monday 8th August

Hi, we’re 10:10 – we bring people together to do bold, beautiful things that help tackle climate change.

As you a social media whizz, with a way with words and an eye for a good pic? Got a view on whether climate NGOs should be embracing Facebook Live? Do you love the challenge of communicating big issues to large, diverse audiences? Do you have a commitment to listening to supporters, not just talking to them? Do you want to tackle climate change head on? You could be just who we’re looking for…

We’re looking for a supporter engagement lead to join our growing communications team and act as the chief conduit between 10:10 and our supporters. You’d report to the head of communications and work alongside other comms team members as well as fundraisers and campaigning staff.

About the opportunity

You’ll be one of the key copywriters in the team, composing emails as well as posting to social media. Supported by other design and copywriting experts in the team, you’ll help produce the pictures, puns, and sparkle that catches the eye of our supporters, intrigues new audiences, and motivates them all to take action on climate change.

You’d also take a lead when it comes to dreaming up ways to engage new audiences on social media spaces like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube or Instagram. We’d want you to develop our following there and also have an eye squarely on the horizon of new trends, and a sense of platforms we’re not currently utilising (e.g. we’re not on Snapchat, should we be?). You’ll help build our communications schedule, ensuring our supporters always have something interesting to engage with.

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Inspirational Jobs – Communications Coordinator The Rainforest Foundation

COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR

London NW5

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Full time (35 hours/week)

Fixed term until 30th September 2019

Salary: £30,500 per annum

Closing date:

Wednesday 20th July 2016

The rainforest is a home, a habitat, a shelter, a pharmacy, a supermarket and an ecosystem that supports many lives and livelihoods. For the indigenous people and animals that inhabit it, the rainforest is everything. Yet most forest dependent people are unable to defend the lands on which they live from forest destruction, land theft and resource exploitation. The Rainforest Foundation UK aims to change this.

At the RFUK, we tackle deforestation locally and globally. Locally, we help forest communities to gain land rights, challenge logging companies, manage their forests and protect their environment. Globally, we campaign to influence national and international laws to protect rainforests and their inhabitants.

About the opportunity

Working in a small but dynamic communications team, the Communications Coordinator will generate (including the writing, editing, proofreading and coordinate of) various in-house communications targeted at a wide and diverse range of audiences (in both English and French); and will develop and contribute to RFUK’s presence and outreach through social media channels. The post would suit someone with a strong charity communications background with a proven track record.

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Inspirational Jobs – Communications Assistant Rainforest Foundation

COMMUNICATIONS ASSISTANT

London NW5

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Full time (35 hours/week)

Fixed term until 30th September 2019

Salary: £25,000 per annum

Closing date:

Wednesday 20th July 2016

The rainforest is a home, a habitat, a shelter, a pharmacy, a supermarket and an ecosystem that supports many lives and livelihoods. For the indigenous people and animals that inhabit it, the rainforest is everything. Yet most forest dependent people are unable to defend the lands on which they live from forest destruction, land theft and resource exploitation. The Rainforest Foundation UK aims to change this.

At the RFUK, we tackle deforestation locally and globally. Locally, we help forest communities to gain land rights, challenge logging companies, manage their forests and protect their environment. Globally, we campaign to influence national and international laws to protect rainforests and their inhabitants.

About the opportunity

We are seeking a Communications Assistant to work within a small but dynamic team. The successful candidate will edit, proofread and coordinate the production of various in-house communications targeted at our supporters and the general public. They will also develop and contribute to RFUK’s presence and outreach through social media channels. The post would ideally suit someone with a charity communications background with a proven track record.

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Inspirational Jobs – Renewable Energy Project Manager National Trust

PROJECT MANAGER RENEWABLE ENERGY

Polesden Lacey Nr Dorking, Surrey

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Closing Date: 15th June 2016  Salary £42k pa
The National Trust energy strategy to 2020 entitled “Grow your own” was approved by the Trustees and published in January 2010. Within it, we committed to: conserve energy; grow our own electricity and heat; get off oil, and; provide inspiration. These steps would be supported through two agreed energy KPIs:

The National Trust Consultancy is the home to specialists in every field of our work. A national consultancy, where resources are shared across disciplines and boundaries, it’s proving to be a great repository of skills, talent and experience. The diversity and quality of expertise within the Consultancy will enable our properties and places to benefit from an extraordinary range of creative and innovative thinking, as well as deep expertise in all matters relating to our twin purpose of caring for the nation’s heritage and landscapes, and making these accessible to all.

We want the special places in our care to be enjoyed centuries from now. That’s our vision. And to be sustainable for the future, we need to ensure we’re making the most efficient use of natural resources, water and energy right now. Our aim is to reduce our combined heating and power consumption by 20% by 2020, and to generate at least 50% of the remaining consumption through renewable energy using our own resources.

Job Purpose:

An expert, experienced project manager, you’ll have successfully delivered projects in a multi-disciplined environment – to time, to budget, to the highest of standards. Needless to say, you know your way around project management tools and techniques, and have a sound understanding of funding, procuring, contracting and financial processes. Building/surveying experience or similar would be an added advantage.

Engaging and enthusiastic, you’re an exceptional communicator with excellent influencing skills and the ability to communicate technical concepts using non-technical language. Collaboration is at the heart of this role, so you’ll need be a brilliant leader of both people and projects, inspiring across the board as you achieve targets and deliver the results we’re looking for.

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