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Senior Campaign Manager - Corporate Accountability

Organisation Name Action Speaks Louder
Location Australia or nearby Asia Pacific region (remote)
Date Posted 2024-05-24
Job Type Full-Time
Job Number 1212053
  • Hold influential corporates accountable to their climate change promises
  • Would suit a creative strategist with an ambition to lead global campaigns
  • Climate experience ideal, Australia/nearby APAC-based, international travel


The Organisation
Action Speaks Louder (ASL) is an independently funded international campaigning organization that holds major corporates accountable for their climate promises through effective corporate climate reporting. Successful campaigns result in target companies switching to 100% renewable, wind and solar power and a shift in global supply chains and government climate policy.
Action Speaks Louder has built a diverse global team especially in the Asia Pacific region and has a strong track record of delivering outcomes from the multi-national companies that can have the greatest impact by investing in real climate solutions.
There is a pressing need for a campaign manager to lead a global drive to close major corporate accountability loopholes. Doing so is fundamental to the success of any action on climate.

Benefits & Culture
  • Opportunity to have a major impact as a part of a senior team of like-minded and ambitious strategists who will challenge and support you to deliver climate outcomes.
  • A dynamic, progressive, and family-oriented work environment.
  • Flexible working hours and remote work.
  • Networking and development opportunities with organisations across twenty countries.
  • Ideally situated in Australia or nearby Asia Pac country where you have working rights.
  • International travel required.

The Role
This role will develop global strategies and lead efforts to strengthen corporate emissions reporting standards of major international corporations. You will directly engage with corporates and existing networks to track and analyse energy procurement, greenhouse gas emissions reporting regimes, identify major loopholes, and assess their impact on corporate accountability for climate change.
You will work with a large network of diverse partners and identify new partnerships and alliances to develop and implement multi-faceted strategic interventions to empower experts and allies to push for accurate reporting standards.

Skills Required
You are either an experienced campaign strategist, or you have climate reporting, energy procurement or accounting experience from a corporate setting. Ideally you have a strong understanding of energy and climate policy and the drivers and levers of corporate reporting standards. Your campaign or corporate engagement experience enables you to hold major companies accountable for their climate promises and your work demonstrates you have the credibility and political understanding to campaign successfully for reporting
transparency. You also have:
  • Demonstrated understanding of corporate power and influence building tactics
  • Strong conceptual thinking skills, highly driven, hands-on execution, keen eye for detail
  • Effective networking and coordination skills; capacity to build trustful, impactful alliances
  • A collaborative mindset and ability to coordinate cross functional teams
  • UNFCCC intergovernmental process and climate change mitigation knowledge - ideal

If you can demonstrate a track record in shifting organisations towards more sustainable outcomes, and you want to push for effective and transparent corporate climate reporting, please send your resume and cover letter, addressing the skills required, quoting #1212053, or call Lois Freeke at NGO Recruitment in Melbourne, Australia on  03 8080 8978.

You must have your own working and residency rights for the location you plan to based. Working visas are not available.

NGO Recruitment is the executive search and recruitment specialist for Australia's social impact sector and for international NGOs operating within Asia Pacific. Since 2004, we have connected more than 600 NFP organisations with over 5,000 talented professionals, strengthening the leadership capabilities within the sector, supporting program delivery and creating more diverse, dynamic and inclusive workplaces.

Our services in Asia Pacific, and internationally, include highly effective exclusive executive search and permanent and contract recruitment solutions. Our board advisory practice is also skilled at sourcing remunerated and volunteer board members for NFPs across the region. We also deliver tailored HR and unique career transition services designed specifically for international NGOs.

With offices in Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane and a dedicated Asia Pacific & international desk, NGOR searches across Australia and into the Asia Pacific and internationally. Our proven international recruitment capabilities allow us to source exceptional talent for specialist leadership roles.

Please note there is no formal closing date for this role, if you are interested, we would encourage you to apply as soon as possible.

NGO Recruitment values equitable recruitment practices and is committed to representing candidates reflective of the diverse organisations and communities we work with. We welcome and encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages, and identities, and are happy to adjust our recruitment process to support accessibility needs. If you are interested in this position and have most of the skills or experience we are looking for, please go ahead and apply.

Please be advised you can upload two attachments, including your resume and covering letter when submitting your application.