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POSITION TITLE (ENGLISH): Sustainable Finance Campaigner
POSITION TITLE (CHINESE): 绿色金融项目主任
DEPARTMENT: Campaign Department
REPORTS TO: Head of Sustainable Finance Program
PURPOSE OF POSITION:
The Sustainable Finance Campaigner is responsible for the development and implementation of campaign strategies, proposals and policy for engaging the investment and finance communities in winning Greenpeace campaigns.
At the same time, the finance campaigner will add expertise on emerging corporations and state-owned enterprises in emerging economies. Where relevant, finance campaigners will analyze investment flows among emerging economies.
The position is located in Beijing or Hong Kong. While the primary area focus is the financial market and business sector in China (including Hong Kong), there will be strong links to Greenpeace international campaigns and financial markets outside of China.
1.) Develop and implement strategies to change corporate behaviors, in conjunction with Issue Campaign Teams, to support our ongoing campaigns in various business sectors.
2.) Actively engage corporations, their investors, shareholders and stakeholders to draw attention to environmental and social responsibilities of these corporations.
3.) Develop and maintain contacts with emerging corporate players as well as powerful state-owned corporations based in Asia. Where relevant, investigate value chains of corporations in emerging economies, including state-owned companies, in order to identify leverage points
4.) Actively represent Greenpeace in the finance sector & investment communities, in public and business forums, and the business-related media.
5.) Foster public disclosure of environmental impacts by corporations and investors.
6.) Empower investors and shareholders to bring in environmental and sustainability standards to improve the performance, practices and policies of corporations.
7.) Provides expertise with respect to corporate finance. Keeps abreast of issues related to corporate social responsibilities and business behavior in relation to the environment. Conducts research and investigation. Analyzes new developments in support of issue campaign objectives and goals.
8.) Develops and implements effective plans and strategies to draw attention from finance stakeholders to ecological abuse.
9.) Researches and analyzes a wide range of specialized material on campaign issues and strategies. Maybe required to do media work.
10.) Promotes support within Greenpeace to advance campaign goals. Organizes activities and other public events. Makes presentations and responds to public speaking requests. Initiates communications with strategically targeted groups.
11.) Responds to public inquiries about campaign issues and other matters. Prepares materials and publications. Attends and/or organizes conferences.
12.) Performs other relevant duties as assigned by the Campaign Director.
Organizational and Time Management Skills: to address fluctuating priorities; to accommodate office and on-site campaign work.
Leadership and Judgment Skills: to exhibit confidence and provide direction in planning, organizing and coordinating campaign activities in a given specialized area.
Planning Skills and Flexibility: to develop new approaches and advance campaign goals and objectives.
Interpersonal, Negotiating and Communications Skills: to work within teams; to facilitate public speaking engagements and interactions with other groups and interest sectors; to gain new allies and promote coalition work; to deal with the media.
Research and Analytical Skills: to evaluate information, plan strategies and anticipate ramifications.
Tact and Enthusiasm: to function effectively within a highly charged atmosphere, under public scrutiny.
Computer Skills: to utilize word-processing and telecommunications capabilities; to develop written materials on campaign issues and strategies.
Knowledge of the overall goals and intent of Greenpeace (including policies, guidelines, programs, campaigns and project activities): to lead campaign activities in support of the world's largest environmental protection group.
Knowledge of environment/ecology issues in general: to provide specialized campaign expertise.
Knowledge of the business sector and investment communities: to provide leadership and expertise in engaging these targets.
Knowledge of the media including responsibilities, equipment, techniques, policies, practices, scope, audience, tactics, structure, impact: to use the media to further campaign objectives; to increase awareness and gain public support; to communicate with relevant industry and government.
Knowledge of campaign techniques, strategies and practices: to provide key leadership and assume the role of campaign specialist with respect to a critical area of ecological concern.
Bachelor's degree (masters preferred) in business management, finance, environment, law or public policy or related field.
At least three years of relevant experience.
Knowledge of environmental/sustainability issues and an understanding of corporations (including corporate reporting tools), the socially responsible investment community, and the environmental movement.
As we receive a large number of applications for our advertised positions, we are unable to respond to applicants who are not invited for interview. We apologize for this in advance.
Please send your application letter and full English and Chinese resume with current and expected salary to: firstname.lastname@example.org (for positions based in mainland China)
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