- Be part of an organisation defending the environment throughout the Australia Pacific Region
- Gain practical experience in actions, logistics and warehouse management
About the role
The Actions Unit is a dynamic team which is responsible for planning and delivering GPAP actions, activist coordination, training, and management of the GPAP warehouse and campaign equipment. Currently, the roles available are:
- Warehouse volunteer – 1 day per week*
- Warehouse volunteer – 2/3 days per week*
These are essential roles to assist the Actions Unit in the management of the warehouse, its equipment and the implementation of Greenpeace Australia Pacific’s campaigns. It is a great opportunity to be part of a highly skilled team and to develop new skills. There are also bountiful opportunities for training and participation in campaigns.
- Contribute to campaigns and actions related logistics and the planning and delivery or workshops and trainings
- Assist with scheduled monthly maintenance work on actions equipment, climbing gear, boats and vehicles
- Keep the warehouse clean and tidy, and maintain an equipment inventory database
- Working closely with other volunteers to finish projects and meet deadlines.
We welcome applicants of all backgrounds (you don’t need to have previous warehouse experience!). We do, however, expect a high standard of commitment, professionalism and a positive attitude.
Australia and the Pacific are unique and precious environments. We’ve got a beautiful climate, rich oceans, vast forests and healthy food. Yet all of this is under threat. Greenpeace takes action to protect our natural home, now and for the future. We investigate and expose environmental abuse, hold decision-makers accountable, promote effective solutions and inspire others to create positive change.
What We Can Offer You!
As a Greenpeace volunteer, you’ll be part of an important program of work to stop climate change, save the ancient forests and protect our world’s oceans, earth and sky! Greenpeace offers a supportive, safe and inclusive working environment. Greenpeace is committed to personal development, with great opportunities for workplace learning.
How to Apply
Greenpeace welcomes and values diversity of people, cultural experiences and perspectives. Through our campaigning, we create solutions that promote environmental sustainability rooted in social justice.
To apply for this role please submit:
- A CV (of no more than 3 pages)
- A separate Cover Letter (of no more than 1 page) detailing your suitability for the role
- An example of your writing (preferably writing for an online audience – but this is not essential).
Note: Not all responsibilities and competencies listed need to be addressed; it is left to the discretion of the applicant which to focus on.
Please direct applications or enquiries to:
* If you are unavailable weekdays, there are plenty of other ways to get involved. Please fill in our network form and we will be in touch.