About the Job

This entry-level position is a great opportunity for anyone interested in environmentalism, sustainability, animal rights, and social justice! Greenpeace Frontline is our national grassroots fundraising and membership recruitment program, and our Frontline Representatives canvass in local communities to educate the public about Greenpeace campaigns and recruit monthly contributing members. With the power of our members, we are currently targeting some of the biggest corporate polluters in the world to ban single-use plastics, halt pipeline production throughout the US and Canada, and protect our ancient forests.

Responsibilities:

  • Recruit Greenpeace members, with expectation to meet a weekly fundraising quota
  • Attend skills trainings as required by Senior City Coordinator
  • Provide a positive experience for current, past, and new members
  • Develop a detailed understanding of Greenpeace campaigns

Requirements:

  • A passion for and dedication to environmental and social justice
  • Strong communication and listening skills
  • Demonstrated ability to handle rejection
  • An openness to receive and implement feedback
  • An ability to work outside, standing/walking for up to eight hours per day
  • A demonstrated respect of and to all personal identities

Additional Qualifications:

  • Previous fundraising, field organizing, or sales experience
  • Bilingual competency
  • Political canvassing experience

Salary and Benefits

  • $15 per hour plus weekly performance bonus (after one week training wage)
  • Competitive benefits package for employees including medical, dental, and vision coverage and 401k matching program (upon completion of 90 days)
  • Paid time off for sick, vacation, and personal leave (upon completion of 90 days)
  • Subsidies for employees that choose to ride mass transit to work or commute by bicycle.

Only applicants 18 years or older and eligible to work and live in the United States without any legal restrictions need apply for this opportunity.

We strongly encourage applications from individuals that reflect the communities most affected by climate change, including but not limited to PoC, LGBTQIA, disabled and other marginalized, underrepresented persons within the fight for climate justice.

Associated topics: alumni relations, donor, donor relations, gift, giving, grassroots, major gift, membership, raiser, relationship manager

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