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Senior Oil and Gas Campaigner

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Sectors Sustainability, Climate, CSR, EMS
Location Canada (British Columbia) - America North
Salary Additional Information Salary is commensurate with experience and adjusted based on location, but will likely be within the range of $70,000.00 to 85,000.00 CAD
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Type Fixed Term and Permanent Roles
Status Full Time
Level Senior Level
Deadline 21/02/2020
Company Name STAND
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Stand.earth is seeking a passionate and experienced campaigner to develop and implement strategies to raise awareness and build power to stop the expansion of the oil and gas sector.

In October 2018, the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) described the terrifying impacts of even a 1.5°C rise in global temperatures and warned the international community about the importance of limiting any further warming beyond this point. The authors of the IPCC report reminded us that a societal transformation of this scale “is possible within the laws of chemistry and physics,” but will require “unprecedented changes” before 2030. One of the clearest steps we need to take to avoid this impending disaster is to stop approving and building new fossil fuel projects now.

To this end, Stand’s Canadian climate and energy campaigns have focused on raising the ambition of climate policy and stopping new tar sands projects like the Trans Mountain pipeline and the Teck Frontier Mine. In the coming months, we will expand the scope of our work to include working to stop the growth of fracking and LNG in British Columbia. We encourage applicants to apply by February 21, 2020. This position is open until filled.

Reporting to the Canadian Oil and Gas Programs Manager, this position is responsible for aiding in developing and implementing our Canadian oil and gas campaign strategy, supporting issue research, conducting government relations, communicating through traditional and digital channels with key audiences, coordinating with allies, and executing public actions. Successful candidates will demonstrate a background in climate and energy policy, public and government relations and a history of working in allyship with Indigenous Peoples.  This position is based in British Columbia with a preference for candidates in our Vancouver hub office. This is a full-time position with excellent benefits.  Salary is commensurate with experience and adjusted based on location, but will likely be within the range of $70,000.00 to 85,000.00 CAD. This position will work closely with the development and digital teams and must have a strong interest and/or commitment to Stand.earth’s values.

Key Responsibilities

  • With the direction of our Canadian Oil and Gas Programs Manager the successful candidate will help our Canadian Oil and Gas team to develop and implement a strategy to stop the growth of the tar sands, and fracking and LNG in British Columbia
  • Build and manage relationships with elected and government officials
  • Develop and execute online and offline tactics that support and achieve campaign goals and objectives, including the recruitment of supporters online and offline
  • Support industry and issue-focused research
  • Serve as one of Stand.earth’s spokespeople on this campaign and help to develop campaign communications strategies and supporting materials
  • Manage relationships with partner organizations allies and coordinate relevant activities and events
  • Develop communications that engage our online community, build our base and get noticed in the media
  • Support development efforts (grant and report writing, etc.)
  • Build relationships with and manage relevant interns, and volunteers according to Stand’s guiding principles
  • Other related duties as assigned


  • 3-5 years of organization and campaign experience. Direct experience with fossil fuel campaigns is preferred
  • Clear and deep understanding of the issues and concerns surrounding climate change and the oil and gas sector
  • Demonstrated success managing volunteers, identifying organizational needs, and problem-solving with minimal supervision
  • Proven ability to generate and respond to media inquires
  • Highly organized, flexible, creative, able to manage projects, prioritize multiple tasks, and able to thrive in a fast-paced and ever-changing environment
  • Independent and self-motivated
  • Demonstrated success in identifying potential funders, developing funding proposals, and building relationships with individual and foundation supporters.
  • Top-notch writer, editor, and communicator; able to adapt your style to work for a variety of audiences, from corporate negotiations to social media
  • Digital and media savvy, able to propose smart digital tactics and represent the campaign in the media
  • Excellent written, verbal and social media communication skills
  • Experience working with Indigenous allies is an assetPersonal Characteristics
  • Enthusiasm and passion for international campaigning and organizing
  • Passion for working with a dynamic team in a rapid response environment
  • Self-awareness, confidence, and creativity
  • Committed to the values of equity, authentic communication, and collaboration
  • Sense? of humor

To Apply:

Please send a 1-page cover letter and resume to oilgascampaigner@stand.earth with your name in the subject line and each one as an attachment. In your cover letter, tell us what’s motivating you to apply, what skills or expertise you have that will be most important in this role, and where you might be challenged. Please also make sure to let us know how you heard about this position. The recruitment and interview process includes time-bound anonymous tasks and three rounds of interviews.No phone calls, please. Only those who will be interviewed will be contacted.

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