By Mike Haaren – Nov. 1, 2016
Work from Home Jobs in the Climate Movement – With Benefits
If you’d like to help combat climate change, or know someone who would, one of the leading nonprofit organizations in the movement has openings for home-based workers.
350.org has a number of open jobs internationally. Employee reviews on Glassdoor give the company 4.5 stars out of 5.
Current Openings (Quoting from the Site)
*Arab World Senior Campaigner — North Africa
*Digital Director — Flexible location, with some preference for European & African time zones
*EECCA Digital Communications Coordinator — Flexible in the region; preferably Kyiv, Moscow, St-Petersburg, or Minsk
*EECCA Field Organizer — EECCA region (good internet connection is a must)
*Europe Campaigner (temporary cover) — This role can be based remotely from anywhere within European time zones.
*Europe Organiser (temporary cover) — This role can be based remotely from anywhere within European time zones.
*Global Organising & Campaigning Trainer — Location: There is a strong preference for those with experience in global south/developing countries, but location can be flexible for the right candidate.
*Indonesia Campaigner — Indonesia, most likely Jakarta. Must have strong internet connection.
*Senior Digital Campaigner, Brazil and Latin America — This position can either be done from our office in Curitiba, or remotely from within Brazil or Latin America.
*South Africa Field Organizer and Campaigner — Johannesburg, South Africa
350.org’s staff is based throughout the world, so it combines remote work with in-person retreats. “We’ve even been known to throw a dance party or two.”
Benefits aren’t listed. However, “our benefits are fantastic,” the organization says. “Make sure to ask about them during the interview process.”
For the job listings, click here. For details on the hiring process, scroll down on the page.
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