Activist Recruitment Internship (Fixed term 6 mths / full time)

Last edited 2 March 2016 at 3:31pm
£9.40 per hour (London Living Wage)
Closing Date: 
23 March, 2016 - 17:00
Interview Date: 
4 April, 2016 (All day)

Greenpeace UK is currently looking for an intern to assist with the way in which we communicate and recruit from our network of activists.

We need a positive people person with an interest in community building and enthusiasm for nurturing volunteers who is comfortable working in a high paced and practical environment.   

You’ll be an activist at heart – committed to taking action to protect the environment, enthusiastic to learn, happy to ask questions, and ready to seize initiative. You’ll appreciate that managing people means being able to respond to their different needs and you’ll be interested in working with people from different backgrounds.

This role will demand strong organisational skills. You’ll have a level of attention to detail to be proud of, and feel comfortable working in and out of the office. You know your way around a computer, are able to articulate yourself via email, and can put up with the boredom of looking at database.
It is our aim to provide a valuable learning experience for our interns. The appointed intern will receive relevant training as required, along with an opportunity to receive and provide feedback both during and after the placement.

Applicants should be able to demonstrate their support for, and belief in, the aims of Greenpeace and be able to commit to the full period of the internship.

How to Apply: 

For further information about this role and how to apply, please download a Job Pack below or alternatively email

We ask that all applicants for this post complete the online Monitoring Form along with their application.

Please note that in applying for this post you must be able to demonstrate that you have the right to work in the UK

Greenpeace promotes equal opportunities and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. We select people purely on their skills and abilities.

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