Description

We are currently seeking an experienced Resource Strategist to join the Greenpeace International team to ensure vital funds are available for ambitious projects around the globe and advise on global campaigning programme resourcing and use across our global network of Greenpeace International and independent Greenpeace National/Regional Organisations.

You should have:

  • Experience in managing large/ complex budgets to deliver campaigning impact - ideally in an international organisation
  • Ability to identify resourcing trends and gaps (both financial and staff) and translate these into actionable recommendations
  • Confidence to analyse relevant risks combined with creativity to mitigate them where required
  • Solid grounding in financial accounting and organisational management (including financial forecasting, data analytics and strategic thinking)
  • Good interpersonal skills and ability to negotiate conflicts/disagreements and build relationships to achieve clear outcomes
  • Be aligned with Greenpeace purpose and values

The Resource Strategist is a key strategic and financial advisor role in the Global Programme Office of Greenpeace International and reports to the Senior Programme Development Manager.

It requires a mix of financial forecasting, data analytics and strategic thinking, as well as the day-to-day ability to use and improve Greenpeace’s internal financial processes and flows to move money to priority projects within the Greenpeace global organisation. The ideal candidate should be able to identify priorities in resource planning, use data analytics to forecast, manage ongoing mutations and fluctuations and effectively utilise models, analyses and financial data to support their recommendations and decisions.

We are looking for someone who has insight, and is able to collaborate and plan resources across many Greenpeace International teams, as well as in collaboration with Greenpeace National and Regional Organisations globally.

The Resource Strategist collaborates closely with Greenpeace International Finance team to make our resource planning and tracking systems efficient and integrated, and therefore will play an increasingly important role in transforming our campaigning impact through analysis of how NROs collaborate with people and money to deliver our campaigns. 

This is a full time position for working with our global team who are dispersed across all timezones. A 1-year contract is offered initially with the strong possibility of extension. Location for this role may be at any established Greenpeace Organisation (subject to agreement), with preference for African or South East Asia regions. Because remuneration is dependent on location, this can be discussed during the application process. (A starting salary indication for Amsterdam-based staff for this grade is approximately €52K annually, and elsewhere would be equivalent but relative to the local cost of living and salary scales.)

 

Requirements

Required skills and abilities:

  • You must have solid financial management and accounting skills, as well as excellent strategic thinking and analysis
  • You must be able to clearly identify objectives and be able to analyse and therefore identify spending and resource trends
  • You must have a project management approach to continuously evaluate the impact of the project and ensure that the objectives set at the outset are being managed and remain on track. You should monitor if the allocated funds are sufficient and being optimally utilised (strong alignment to campaign objectives should be measured)
  • You should identify and, if needed, develop systems for integration of funds between key stakeholders
  • Strong communication and relationship-building skills are imperative for this role 

(A full job description may be supplied upon request.)
 

Organisation description

Our planet is literally going up in flames, being inundated by record snowfalls & storms and we are facing a new era of mass extinctions.

Greenpeace is an independent global campaigning network of independent organisations that acts to change attitudes and behaviour, to protect and conserve the environment and to promote peace. It comprises 27 independent national/regional organisations in over 55 countries across Europe, the Americas, Africa, Asia and the Pacific, as well as a co-ordinating body, Greenpeace International. Greenpeace International is based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, with many of our staff working from national/regional organisations around the world, and fulfils a strategic role inside and outside the Greenpeace community
 

Contact information

Do you want an engaging and challenging role within the largest independent, direct action environmental organisation in the world? Please attach your CV and motivation letter in English here.  The deadline for applications is 27th February 2020)

For additional questions about the vacancy or the recruitment process, you can contact our Recruitment team at recruitment.int@greenpeace.org.

​​​​​​Greenpeace International is an equal opportunity employer with a longstanding commitment of providing a work environment that respects the dignity and worth of each individual. We recognise and value the benefits and strengths that diversity brings to our employees and the whole organisation and we thrive in an environment that encourages respect and trust. We do not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of age, ancestry, citizenship, colour, disability, ethnicity, family or marital status, gender identity or expression, national origin, political affiliation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any other legally protected characteristic.

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Paula Tejon Carbajal

Global Business Stategist
I love working for Greenpeace because I am continuously encouraged to think out of the box and challenged to try and learn new things with and from a very passionate family settled across the world with one same purpose: save the planet.