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WHAT WE CAN OFFER

Passion and ambition

The opportunity to work as part of a highly dynamic, international group of individuals who combine their passion to make a difference with ambition and a rigorous and results-oriented approach to work.

Growth

A significant opportunity to shape and grow a dynamic new international organisation, with existing connections to global philanthropy.

Flexibility and diversity

A flexible, family friendly work environment and the space to shape and continuously develop your role.

Competitive remuneration

Competitive remuneration (relevant to location).

OPEN POSITIONS

If you don’t find one that’s relevant, click here to email us your credentials for future recruitment.

Korea digital campaigner

Location: Based in Asia-Pacific. Competitive pay based on location.
Hours: Between 0.6-1 FTE, with flexibility for the right person.

ABOUT US

Action Speaks Louder (ASL) is a not-for-profit galvanizing people around the world to hold major corporations to account for their climate promises. We focus on pressuring corporations to walk the talk on climate, in order to help deliver international climate goals. 

If we can pressure large consumer-facing, brand-sensitive corporations to live up to their climate commitments it will transform the landscape – dramatically reducing greenhouse gas emissions and boosting renewable energy procurement, whilst creating the political space for governments to increase ambition. 

Action Speaks Louder has built a diverse team of campaigners across multiple countries, especially in the Asia Pacific region, and has a strong track record delivering outcomes from multinational companies. We are committed to offering equal opportunities in a diverse, flexible, family-friendly, supportive working environment.

ABOUT THE ROLE

We are looking for an experienced digital campaigner with strong knowledge of Korea to support our Korea campaigns and help localize our international campaigns for Korean audiences. 

Key aspects of the role (80%):

  • Lead on building Action Speaks Louder’s supporter base in Korea and the Korean diaspora by creating and managing new Korean language channels.
  • Collaborate with sector policy leads on campaign strategy and create Korean digital communications and mobilization actions, with a focus on fashion, steel, and auto industry campaigns.
  • Create Korean content for the Action Speaks Louder website and social media channels, working with our digital team.
  • Manage emails to ASL supporters in Korean (CRM training available).

Supplementary responsibilities (20%):

  • Assist with digital advertising in Korean, primarily Instagram and LinkedIn ads.
  • Assist with audience research or social listening to help inform the development of campaigns engaging key stakeholders and communities in Korea.

ABOUT YOU

Skills and experience profile:

  • Fluency in written and spoken Korean is essential, as well as high proficiency in English. 
  • Deep understanding on localizing international digital campaigns to fit the Korean sociocultural context.
  • 3-5 years experience in a digital campaigning role, ideally in a supporter-based organization.
  • A talented writer in Korean, especially the ability to write about complex environmental problems in clear and engaging language.
  • A strategic thinker with a solid understanding of how advocacy and public mobilization contribute to corporate accountability. A background in climate action, corporate accountability, sustainability, or ESG is a great asset.
  • Strong proficiency in Wordpress. 
  • Proficiency in creating social media video content (e.g. Reels, TikTok) or social media graphics using design tools (e.g. Canva, Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop) 
  • Experience in developing and implementing plans to engage new and existing supporters on campaigns.

Please note this is a remote position. We are not able to offer sponsorship for a business visa or work permit at this time. We may be able to provide access to a co-working space depending on your location.

WHAT WE CAN OFFER YOU

The opportunity to work as part of a highly dynamic, international group of individuals who combine their passion to make a difference with ambition and a rigorous and results-oriented approach to work; A significant opportunity to shape and grow a dynamic new international organization, with existing connections to global philanthropy; A flexible work environment and the space to shape and continuously develop your role; Competitive remuneration (relevant to location).

HOW TO APPLY

If any of this sparks your interest, please send in your CV, and a cover letter addressing the selection criteria of no more than two pages each in PDF to hello@speakslouder.org. Please indicate “Korea digital campaigner” in the subject line. If you have any questions in confidence about the role, please contact action@speakslouder.org. 

Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. All applications will be treated confidentially. Applications will be reviewed and interviews will be held on a rolling basis. We are committed to diversity and inclusion in our organization. We strongly encourage candidates from historically disadvantaged or marginalized groups to apply.

Senior Project Manager – Corporate Accountability

Location: Remote, with a preference for the US or Australia.

Effective corporate climate reporting is critical to addressing the climate crisis; if emissions aren’t clearly accounted for, there is no way to ensure they are reduced. The defacto global standards for corporate emissions accounting are currently under review. That means we have a once in a decade opportunity to fix major loopholes in emissions reporting and increase corporate accountability for climate impacts.

There is a pressing need for a Senior Project Manager who can lead civil society efforts to strengthen corporate emissions reporting. With leading scientists warning we are failing in our efforts to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees, there are few jobs that are more important or offer a greater opportunity to make a difference.

ABOUT YOU

  • Experience in corporate accounting or financial reporting, or expertise in this area developed through advocacy, government or finance/consulting work.
  • Experience in energy project development, energy procurement and energy policy.
  • Knowledge of corporate accountability frameworks and sustainability reporting.
  • Knowledge of strategies and tactics used by corporations to build power and influence, and deliver on their industry strategy and legislative agenda.
  • Demonstrated project management skills and the ability to coordinate and build alliances with experts and non-experts.
  • Demonstrated ability to coordinate a cross-functional team.
  • Knowledge of the UNFCCC intergovernmental process and of climate change mitigation issues is desirable.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

Monitor and Analyse Reporting Regimes:

  • Analyse developments in corporate GHG emissions reporting regimes and standards, both voluntary and mandatory.
  • Identify major loopholes in corporate emissions reporting and assess their impact on corporate accountability for climate change.

Stakeholder Engagement and Advocacy:

  • Identify and analyse companies and political entities lobbying for weaker GHG emissions reporting standards, understanding their sources of influence.
  • Identify and engage experts and allies (corporate, political, academic, NGO) to collaborate on robust reporting standards.
  • Develop and implement strategic interventions to empower experts and allies working towards accurate reporting standards.

Transparency and Accountability Projects:

  • Develop and implement projects to enhance transparency and accountability for stakeholders advocating weaker reporting standards.

Strategic Coordination:

  • Collaborate with the ASL executive team on strategy, monitoring, budgeting, and team development.

WHAT WE CAN OFFER YOU

  • The chance to have a major impact. We have a senior team of ambitious strategists and can ensure you will be challenged and well supported to deliver outcomes.
  • A progressive, family-friendly work environment.
  • Remote work with flexible hours.
  • Networking and professional development opportunities with major climate organisations across 20 countries.

HOW TO APPLY

If any of this sparks your interest, please send in your CV, and a cover letter addressing the selection criteria of no more than two pages each in PDF to hello@speakslouder.org. Please indicate “Senior Project Manager Corporate Accountability” in the subject line.

We are committed to diversity and inclusion in our organisation. We strongly encourage candidates from historically disadvantaged or marginalised groups to apply.

Senior Campaigner

Location: Flexible location. Competitive pay based on location.
Hours: Between 0.6-1 FTE, with flexibility for the right person.

ABOUT US

Action Speaks Louder (ASL) is a not-for-profit galvanising people around the world to hold major corporations to account for their climate promises. We focus on pressuring corporations to walk the talk on climate, in order to help deliver international climate goals. If we can pressure large consumer-facing, brand-sensitive corporations to live up to their climate commitments it will transform the landscape – dramatically reducing greenhouse gas emissions and boosting renewable energy procurement, whilst creating the political space for governments to increase ambition. Action Speaks Louder has built a diverse team of campaigners across multiple countries, especially in the Asia Pacific region, and has a strong track record delivering outcomes from multinational companies. We are committed to offering equal opportunities in a diverse, flexible, family-friendly, supportive working environment.

ABOUT YOU

You can track a campaign target through your ability to map complex industry and regulatory environments. You are capable of understanding corporate growth strategy and how government regulations impact industry. You may have worked in media, health, aid and development, human rights, the trade union or environment movements, or the tech, finance, manufacturing, auto, textiles industries or related. You want to innovate and take on a new challenge. You are keen to develop and run cutting edge strategies and open a new frontier in climate advocacy. You like to build partnerships and take a proactive approach. You can develop a deep understanding of technical policy details and communicate them confidently and accessibly to media and other audiences; but above all, you’re great at getting out there and convincing people to do good stuff. You do not have a massive ego. You like to get things done efficiently, with no fuss and without someone looming over your shoulder.

ABOUT THE ROLE

This is an open call, looking for talented and experienced campaigners to lead strategy to catalyse change in industry.

Key Competencies

Required:

  • More than five years’ demonstrated experience delivering high impact campaigns or projects. Ideally, more than ten.
  • Demonstrated experience forming relationships with partners such as corporates that delivered on project outcomes.
  • Experience managing multiple, diverse stakeholders.
  • A proven track record of delivering earned media and contributing to engaging digital media content.
  • Demonstrated project management experience where you delivered on tight deadlines that were crucial to the functioning of a larger project.
  • Experience engaging with industry policy and strategy, with an understanding of how regulations influence business strategy and supply chains.

 

Desirable:

  • Experience working in Asia. Related language skills are a major plus.

WHAT WE CAN OFFER YOU

The opportunity to work as part of a highly dynamic, international group of individuals who combine their passion to make a difference with ambition and a rigorous and results-oriented approach to work; A significant opportunity to shape and grow a dynamic new international organisation, with existing connections to global philanthropy; A flexible work environment and the space to shape and continuously develop your role; Competitive remuneration (relevant to location).

HOW TO APPLY

If any of this sparks your interest, please send in your CV, and a cover letter addressing the selection criteria of no more than two pages each in PDF to hello@speakslouder.org. Please indicate “ASL Experienced Campaigner Application” in the subject line. If you have any questions in confidence about the role, please contact sarah@speakslouder.org using the subject line: Experienced Campaigner. Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. All applications will be treated confidentially. Applications will be reviewed and interviews will be held on a rolling basis. We are committed to diversity and inclusion in our organisation. We strongly encourage candidates from historically disadvantaged or marginalised groups to apply.

Big tech Campaigner

ABOUT US

Action Speaks Louder (ASL) is a not-for-profit galvanising people around the world to hold major corporations to account for their climate promises. We focus on pressuring corporations to walk the talk on climate, in order to help deliver international climate goals.

If we can pressure large consumer-facing, brand-sensitive corporations to live up to their climate commitments it will transform the landscape – dramatically reducing greenhouse gas emissions and boosting renewable energy procurement, whilst creating the political space for governments to increase ambition.

Action Speaks Louder has built a diverse team of campaigners across multiple countries, especially in the Asia Pacific region, and has a strong track record delivering outcomes from multinational companies.

We are committed to offering equal opportunities in a diverse, flexible, family-friendly, supportive working environment.

ABOUT YOU

You can track a campaign target through your ability to map complex industry and regulatory environments. You are capable of understanding corporate growth strategy and how government regulations impact industry. You may have worked in media, health, aid and development, human rights, the trade union or environment movements, or the tech, manufacturing, auto or textiles industries.

You want to innovate and take on a new challenge. You are keen to develop and run cutting edge strategies and open a new frontier in climate advocacy. You like to build partnerships and take a proactive approach.

You can develop a deep understanding of technical policy details and communicate them confidently and accessibly to media and other audiences; but above all, you’re great at getting out there and convincing people to do good stuff.

You do not have a massive ego. You like to get things done efficiently, with no fuss and without someone looming over your shoulder.

ABOUT THE ROLE

This role is about leading our strategy to catalyse change in the global tech industry. Our aim is to press the global tech giants to rapidly shift to renewable energy across their operations and supply chains. With significant political influence and accounting for 2-3% of global greenhouse emissions, shifting tech is critical to tackling the climate crisis.

As part of the work you will build partnerships, develop and deliver effective campaigns, as well as identifying and shaping the capacity to make it happen. Whilst the initial focus of this role is tech, we are looking for a campaigner with a cross-sector skillset.

Key Competencies

Required:

  • More than five years’ demonstrated experience delivering high impact campaigns or projects.
  • Demonstrated experience forming relationships with partners such as corporates that delivered on project outcomes.
  • Experience managing multiple, diverse stakeholders.
  • A proven track record of delivering earned media and contributing to engaging digital media content.
  • Demonstrated project management experience where you delivered on tight deadlines that were crucial to the functioning of a larger project.
  • Experience engaging with industry policy and strategy, with an understanding of how regulations influence business strategy and supply chains.

 

Desirable:

  • Experience working in or with the tech sector
  • Experience working in Asia, notably Japan, South Korea and China.
  • Related language skills are a major plus.

WHAT WE CAN OFFER YOU

The opportunity to work as part of a highly dynamic, international group of individuals who combine their passion to make a difference with ambition and a rigorous and results-oriented approach to work;

A significant opportunity to shape and grow a dynamic new international organisation, with existing connections to global philanthropy;

A flexible work environment and the space to shape and continuously develop your role;

Competitive remuneration (relevant to location).

HOW TO APPLY

If any of this sparks your interest, please send in your CV, and a cover letter addressing the selection criteria of no more than two pages each in PDF to hello@speakslouder.org. Please indicate “ASL Big Tech Application” in the subject line.

Applications will be reviewed and interviews will be held on a rolling basis, so please do not hesitate to apply before this deadline.

We are committed to diversity and inclusion in our organisation. We strongly encourage candidates from historically disadvantaged or marginalised groups to apply.

If you have any questions in confidence about the role, please contact sarah@speakslouder.org using the subject line: Big Tech. Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. All applications will be treated confidentially.

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