Greenpeace is the largest global and independent nonprofit advocacy organization. As part of our mission, we challenge the systems of power and privilege that destroy our environment and place disproportionate burdens on vulnerable communities. We welcome, value, and rely on a diversity of people, cultural experiences, and perspectives to defend the natural world and promote peace. We investigate, expose, and confront environmental abuse, champion environmentally responsible solutions, and advocate for the rights and well being of all people. Our movement is inclusive, people-powered, and collective, and we are hiring Frontline Representatives (canvassers) to join our grassroots face-to-face fundraising and member recruitment program! Team members work together in communities to connect with members of the public and provide them the opportunity to donate and support the work Greenpeace does. We work to expand our outreach by contacting people in areas that directly experience the effects of issues like Climate Change and empower them to stand with us to demand change! We canvass to recruit Greenpeace donors, advocate for the environment, and build the people power necessary to resist and work on campaigns to save our forests, protect our oceans, keep our communities free of toxic chemicals, and defend democracy under an Administration that clearly does not respect environmental or human rights. We've been campaigning for a green and peaceful future for over 45 years and we're not stopping now. It's time to rise up like never before and fight for our communities, our coasts, and our climate! Compensation/Benefits: $15 per hour plus performance bonus (with paid on the job training) Medical, vision, and dental coverage as well as a 401k (after 90 days) Life insurance, disability coverage and employee assistance programs for staff Paid time off for sick, vacation, and personal leave (after 90 days) Subsidies for employees that choose to ride mass transit to work A qualified candidate has the following: Dedication to social justice, and how it relates to environmental justice Outstanding communication and listening skills A commitment to non-violence as a means of affecting change Fundraising, canvassing, sales, or customer service experience A desire to try something new! A passion for making a difference! 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: agrosciences, air, air monitoring, conservation, ecological, environmental, epa, field, sustainability, water monitoring
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