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Integrity Project Manager

  • Greenpeace International
Brussels, Belgium
Full-time
Published:
Application Deadline: May 23, 2024
  • Greenpeace International
Brussels, Belgium
Full-time
Published:
Application Deadline: May 23, 2024

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Location

The successful candidate may be based in a country where one of the independent National/Regional Greenpeace organisations (NRO’s) is located. See the locations here. [Unfortunately, we are currently unable to host new staff in a number of NROs at this present time, due to various restrictions. We are unable to support hosting of new staff in Africa, India, US, UK, Italy, Colombia, MENA region, in addition to some other NRO locations. The recruitment team may reach out to you to provide an update as necessary, depending on your location]. We offer competitive NGO level salary and benefits, the specifics of which depend on location where the successful candidates will be based. We aim to share this information with candidates before reaching the offer stage.

Greenpeace International is seeking an Integrity Project Manager to support and collaborate with the Integrity Officer in overseeing and supporting the implementation of the Global Integrity System. Working closely with Integrity Officers at National & Regional Offices (NROs), you will contribute to the continuous improvement of integrity practices on a global scale.

In this role you will

  • Support the Integrity Officer with the roll-out of the Global Integrity System as per the 2017 EDM agreement in each NRO contributing to the realisation of overall Greenpeace Integrity;

  • Oversee Integrity investigations;

  • Coordinate with NROs to identify training and capacity requirements in line with global recommendations to enable the Integrity System to succeed within accelerated timelines as per the June 2018 EDM agreement;

  • Advise NROs in developing methodologies and Terms of References for the Restoring Justice Initiative (Priority/rapid response support for sexual harassment cases);

  • Develop functions for NROs including knowledge transfer and capacity building. Advises GPI and NROs in integrity and organisational policy development including vulnerability and risk assessments per policy;

  • Coordinate with GPI departments and functions to ensure alignment with the Integrity System. Responsible for coordinating and communicating effectively across multiple initiatives/countries/cases and stakeholders, by building strong relationships. Develops and maintains global networks of key stakeholder communities.


MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES:

Integrity System

  • Supports the Integrity Officer with the rollout of the Global Integrity System as per the 2017 EDM agreement in each NRO contributing to the realization of overall Greenpeace Integrity.


Supporting National & Regional Offices

  • Coordinates with National & Regional Offices to identify training and capacity requirements in line with global recommendations (as per 2017 EDM agreement) to enable the Integrity system to succeed within accelerated timelines as per the June 2018 EDM agreement;

  • Advises National & Regional Offices in developing requests and proposals for resources to support case management;

  • Advises GPI and National & Regional Offices on cross border cases.


Restoring Justice Initiative

  • Advises National & Regional Offices in developing methodologies and Terms of References for the Restoring Justice Initiative (Priority/rapid response support for sexual harassment cases) as per the EDM June 2018;

  • Provides resources and support to NROs requesting Restoring Justice support for case management.


JOB REQUIREMENTS:

What we’re looking for

Remember no one has every skill or experience needed for this role and you’ll have the opportunity to learn a lot from the team. We believe someone who has a few of these is well suited to exceed in this role:

  • Significant experience with project/analytical skills in a project management position or in a similar position within a global organisation;

  • Experience in conflict management and problem solving;

  • Excellent project management skills;

  • Experience with workplace investigation and report writing;

  • Ability to act with discretion and be respectful of confidentiality;

  • Experience with human rights or an international NGO is an advantage;

  • Build and maintain on-going, collaborative, working relationships to achieve organisational goals;

  • Legal experience/background preferred, or demonstrable experience with policy development/writing;

  • Experience in working to tight deadlines and under stressful conditions;

  • Fluency in English, both verbal and written, and preferably one other language;

  • Ability to thrive in a remote-only, culturally diverse team, and to learn new methods and technologies;

  • Demonstrable support for and belief in the Greenpeace network core aims and values;

  • Digital literacy skills; the ability to learn and utilise our digital platforms to successfully perform the role function (familiarity with G-Suite, Slack and Zoom is an advantage).


WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT:

You’ll be encouraged to develop both personally and professionally, taking advantage of the wide range of learning and development opportunities available to our staff. Staff can also access our wellness initiatives, such as yoga and meditation and also have the opportunity to join our global Equity, Diversity & Inclusion staff communities.

ABOUT US:

Greenpeace is a global campaigning network. It comprises 26 independent national/regional organisations, and a coordinating organisation, Greenpeace International. Greenpeace uses peaceful, creative confrontation to expose global environmental problems, and develop solutions for a green and peaceful future.

Our goal is to ensure the ability of the earth to nurture life in all its diversity. That means we want to:

  • Protect biodiversity in all its forms;

  • Prevent pollution and abuse of the earth’s ocean, land, air and fresh water;

  • End all nuclear threats;

  • Promote peace, global disarmament and non-violence.


HOW TO APPLY:

If you share our vision, please click 'apply for this job' below, to begin your application.

To apply for this role, we require you to answer a selection of key criteria and upload your CV (in English) via our online application form.

Addressing the key criteria is an important part of your application. We will be looking for evidence that demonstrates your skills and experience in these areas. Use examples where possible, to draw attention to experience, knowledge, achievements and skills gained in past employment or voluntary/leisure activities, provided they are relevant to the post.

At GPI, we understand the benefits of using open AI tools (e.g. ChatGPT), however for the purpose of this application we prefer to see answers that were tailored by candidates themselves, without relying too much on these tools, so we can get a good impression on your thinking.

It’s advisable to prepare your responses to the key criteria before starting your online application, as you are unable to save and return to it at a later date.

If you have any questions about this vacancy or the application process, please email us at recruitment.int@greenpeace.org. Please note that all applications have to be filled out via the website and can't be submitted via this email.

We welcome everyone to apply for our positions. We understand that some candidates hesitate to apply unless they meet 100% of the criteria. However, we strongly encourage you to apply if you meet some of the key criteria for our roles. We’d love to know how your unique experience can bring value to our team. We believe in people power and having representation from many different communities to effect change.

Greenpeace International is an equal opportunity employer with a longstanding commitment of providing a work environment that respects the dignity and worth of each individual. We recognise and value the benefits and strengths that diversity brings to our employees and the whole organisation and we thrive in an environment that encourages respect and trust. We do not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of age, ancestry, citizenship, colour, disability, ethnicity, family or marital status, gender identity or expression, national origin, political affiliation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation and would like to invite you especially to apply!

Closing date: Thursday 23rd May 2024, 23:59 (CEST).
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