Storytelling Advisor, Greenpeace International

Do you believe hope trumps despair? Does the idea of that a ‘Billion Acts of Courage” will spark a brighter future’ speak to your heart? Are you an experienced communicator that puts people at the heart of your plans? Can you help to tap into broader societal narratives that provide people with meaning and that drive behavior change? Then this is the job for you!

Greenpeace International is looking for a Storytelling Advisor to ensure the Global Campaign teams and National & Regional Offices develop ambitious strategies for audience centric storytelling and people power campaigning.
Job description

As a Storytelling advisor you will be part of a globally dispersed team that inspires, mobilise and engages millions of people to campaign alongside us and empowers them to be involved in our work. You will help deliver strong storytelling campaigns and informed by internal and external best practice you will provide training, support and strategic leadership in order to build our story telling capacity and deliver ambitious goals. You will ensure that the overarching Greenpeace story gains momentum through a collaborative, open source approach, actively involving supporters and collaborators of all forms.

Greenpeace is an independent global campaigning organisation that acts to change attitudes and behaviour in order to protect and conserve the environment and to promote peace. Greenpeace is present in more than 55 countries across Europe, the Americas, Asia, Africa and the Pacific. Greenpeace International (GPI) is the global coordinating body of the organisation, and is located in the Netherlands.

What are we looking for in our Storytelling Advisor:
7+ years of experience in developing new communication strategies and leading diverse communication teams
A track record of delivering audience centric communication/engagement strategies, and a deep understanding of storytelling approaches
Understanding of a range of audience segmentation and identification approached, marketing techniques and channels
Experience in working with multi cultural senior staff and teams across borders
Strong influencing and analytical skills
Fluent written and spoken English
Willingness to travel frequently

What we can offer in return:
Being part of a stimulating, challenging international organisation at the cutting edge of the struggle to protect the planet
Being a member of a committed team, all striving to reach the same goals and supporting each other along the way
A salary and reward package in line with Greenpeace salary scales and your experience.


We welcome international candidates to apply. For Europe likely locations, Amsterdam or the Nordics, for America's Washington, San Fransico and Canada (Toronto, Montreal)

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