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Global Action Plan is a charity that helps people live more sustainable lives by connecting what is good for us and good for the planet. We recruit people who are passionate about helping us fulfill this mission, whether you currently work within the sustainability industry or not.

We are working to break down the root causes of environmental breakdown and health inequalities. We're tackling air pollution and working with young people on new ideas about wellbeing and consumerism; that what makes them happier will at the same time be better for the planet. And we bring progressive businesses and school children together to work on ground-breaking projects that develop leaders of future and have a benefit on our environment today.

Through our projects and collaborations, Global Action Plan enables people to see, believe and, crucially, act on the insight that what is good for us is good for the planet.

 

GAP is a fantastic employer with beyond average annual leave, maternity/paternity entitlements, responsibility for change-making projects from day one, and the potential for progression within the organisation to take on additional opportunities to create impact.

 

Roles that we are advertising for can be found below. Please ensure to mention which role you are interested in when contacting us.

"When I was job hunting and I saw that Global Action Plan had won a Happiest Workplace award, I was intrigued. Considering that - alongside all the ways GAP works to help people and planet - I thought it must be a special place, and it is. I'm very proud to work here, and am constantly inspired and amazed by the achievements of a team of our size."

Programme Manager, Clean Air Team

This is one of the most exciting roles in the field of air quality. You will lead the delivery of our growing work with businesses following the recent launch of Business for Clean Air and utilising the insights of our Business Clean Air Taskforce. Cleaner air can only be achieved if business play their part too – both by cutting their own emissions but also by enabling people to live more sustainable lives.  Your work will help to realise this opportunity, engaging, mobilising and supporting businesses to act on air pollution and reap the benefits. Your projects will involve – but not be limited to - proactive outreach to cultivate a growing business network, creating written content such as whitepapers or industry case studies and designing and organising events.

 

Download the full Job description here

 

To apply, please send your cover letter (max. 1 side) and your CV (max. 2 sides)  to [email protected]. When applying, please confirm your right to work in the UK, and your earliest start date.

 

Application deadline: Midnight Sunday 15th November. Interviews taking place w/c 16th November. Please include the job title you are applying for in the subject of your email.

 


Youth Engagement/Environmental Education

Calling all youth engagement / environmental education specialists – we have a number of exciting programmes coming up and want to expand our go-to list of education programme strategy designers and in-school workshop leads. Are you passionate about the environment and have a background in leading and designing education programmes? If so we'd love to hear from you.

 

Please send your CV with links to/samples of programmes you’ve led to [email protected]

 


Work placements and experience

We are often happy to offer placements and work experience to students when it forms a part of your course and you will receive academic credit for the time spent with us. To apply for one of these opportunities, please email [email protected] with the dates that you are looking for a placement for, along with your CV, why you are interested in getting experience with Global Action Plan and a short explanation of how this position will fit into your current studies, and what kind of academic credit you will receive for the position.

 

To discuss how we can work together, email [email protected]

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