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Executive Coordinator

Climate Outreach
Oxford, Oxfordshire
Starting salary £24,328.00 – £27,031.00 (FTE)
Closing date
30 Jun 2021
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Climate Outreach is recruiting for an Executive Coordinator to play a pivotal role in our dynamic and acclaimed international work on climate change.  We are seeking a highly organised individual with organisational coordination experience and a passion for tackling climate change. Working with the Executive Director and the Senior Management teams, you will be central to ensuring the success of this expanding organisation and its work globally.

This will be a stimulating and enjoyable job with many opportunities for building senior organisational experience, working on strategic projects and developing new skills. 

You will be working within a lively and enthusiastic team. You’ll recognise the importance of processes and systems for enabling organisations to be truly effective. Your organisational excellence will be complemented by great interpersonal skills and the ability to work accurately in a creative yet fast moving field.

Reports to: Executive Director
Responsibility for: Volunteers (potentially)Location: Preferably based in our Oxford office, but remote working is available for the right candidate. At the moment the team is mostly working from home due to Covid-19. 
Hours: 4 days per week (28hrs)
Benefits:  If eligible 3.5%-5% pensions, enhanced parental leave pay, cycle scheme, flexible working arrangements and 33 days of annual leave.


We’re placing people at the heart of tackling climate change.

We exist because climate change doesn’t communicate itself, even with the increasing number of climate impacts. We help people understand this complex issue in ways that resonate with their sense of identity, values and worldview. Informed consent and support from people across society and around the world creates what we call a social mandate for climate action – and we believe it’s how real change happens.

Our organisation was founded in 2004 as the first British charity to focus exclusively on public engagement with climate change.

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Old Music Hall
106-108 Cowley Road
Oxford, Oxfordshire
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