Job vacancy : Climate Campaigner

Position: Climate Campaigner
Reporting to: Senior Climate Campaigner
Based in: London Office
Starting date: Early July 2021
Salary: £32,000 – £36,000 depending on experience

Application closing date: 07/06/2021

About the role

This is a full-time position in EIA’s Climate team, focused on campaigning at the European and international level on short-lived climate pollutants, with particular emphasis on methane.

Responsibilities

Campaigning

  • Participate in advocacy, campaigning and research activities;
  • Carry out detailed research into scientific, technical and policy aspects of the methane campaign;
  • Assist in the production of high-quality campaign materials, such as reports, briefings and videos;
  • Contribute to policy positions and submissions to policy makers and other stakeholders;
  • Attend relevant EU and international meetings and represent the campaign to a range of contacts, such as politicians, civil society, industry and the media;
  • Generate media coverage of the campaign and produce online content as requested, including blogs, press releases and social media;
  • Manage network of campaign partners, ensuring regular communications and up-to-date files are maintained;
  • Develop and maintain a network of external contacts.

Information Management

  • Monitor and share media and other communications of campaign interest with other staff;
  • Ensure contact lists under the Climate campaign are kept up to date and are available to the team;
  • Ensure all campaign paperwork and files are organised and accessible;
  • Assist/lead with responding to public enquiries;
  • Produce back to office reports (BTOR) according to the agreed template;
  • Write up notes from meetings and significant telephone calls and circulate to the rest of the team.

Strategic Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation

  • Contribute to the production of the annual climate campaign strategy and participate in EIA’s long-term strategic planning processes;
  • Support the implementation of EIA’s climate campaign strategy;
  • Contribute to the campaign’s monitoring and evaluation;
  • Assist with production of quarterly and annual progress reporting to donors.

Financial Planning, Budget Management and Income Generation

  • Monitor campaign expenditure;
  • Produce budgets for all project-related activities prior to expenditure and complete reconciliations, accurately reporting expenditure incurred during trips;
  • Assist the Campaign Team Leader and Fundraising Department with campaign fundraising, including the production of reports and proposals for donors as requested.

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  3. Email the completed forms to ukinfo@eia-international.org

 

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