The Climate and Energy Justice Campaign
The CEJ Campaign seeks to support and work with fenceline communities who cultivate community resilience to climate impacts and build social power through mutual solidarity and alliances with workers and the wider justice movement. This includes people’s food, energy, and water sovereignty, to create resilience to climate impacts and to demonstrate steps to a just transition towards a regenerative economy.
About the Job
The Climate and Energy Justice (CEJ) Campaigner reports to the Senior Climate and Energy Justice Campaign Manager, who manages the CEJ Campaign within groundWork, aligned to the groundWork Programme.
The ideal candidate should be well-organised, experienced, motivated and have a balanced understanding of current debates, theories and development trends and a sound knowledge of the political influences in the environmental sector at a community, local, regional, national, and global level. Experience in, and a good understanding of working with financial and administrative functions, including policies and procedures of a campaign will be required.