Have you got what it takes to make people go green?

Published by Ian Carey on

August 22nd 2016

Environmental charity Global Action Plan are looking for someone to coordinate their environmental behaviour change programmes.

The role of Programme Development Coordinator will work on a range of programmes delivered by the organisation to deliver, evaluate and improve the work they do.

On their website they explain what the role involves:

“By focusing on environmental behaviour change, Global Action Plan’s programmes aims to empower individuals and communities to change their consumption habits that are long term and achievable. Our mission is to inspire and support people to live more sustainable lifestyles, by offering practical yet creative solutions that inspire people to act. We are now seeking an experienced Programme Development Co-ordinator to expand our portfolio of environmental behaviour change programmes with a key focus on working with communities and businesses. Working closely with the CEO on the formulation and development of the organisations strategy, innovating and creating new programme opportunities, and sourcing and winning funding and sponsorship for existing and new programmes. Work involves directing staff across a range of programmes, monitoring and evaluating programme implementation and outcomes, and continuous improvement of programmes.”

Please send your CV (max. 2 A4 pages) with a covering letter outlining your relevant experience and how you believe you can shape this role to info@globalactionplan.ie

Applications must be submitted no later than 4pm Tuesday 30th August 2016. Interviews will take place during the week of 5-8th September.

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Ian Carey

Ian is the editor of the Green News. He works as Communications Manger with the Irish Environmental Network.