GHS uses advocacy, communications and policy analysis to advance issues and power campaigns that improve health and wellbeing around the ...View Company Profile
You have ambitious, out-of-the-box ideas and know how to motivate a team while rolling up your sleeves and get the job done. You’re always seeking a better solution and the next opportunity to drive change. New challenges wake you up. You have cut your teeth in global development or communications, and you’re excited to take the next step in your career.
You believe in the power of human stories and evidence to change hearts and minds, and you’re at home in both worlds. You’re an excellent written communicator and developing these skills in others excites you. You know that hard work and organization are behind every victory.
Everything is a learning opportunity. You surround yourself with diverse perspectives and people who inspire you to be better. You pay it forward by supporting others. Teams are more seamless, productive, enthusiastic, and creative with you on them. For you, no job is too big, no task too small.
You want a job that’s not a 9-to-5 obligation, but a purpose-driven environment with great people (and the occasional office-wide lip-sync video). We would be thrilled to have you!
About the Role
GHS is building a practice in climate focusing on the intersection of health and climate change and a niche specialty in decarbonization strategies. We are looking for an entrepreneurial communications practitioner to partner with senior leadership to support its development, including establishment of new clients and projects. The practitioner should have strong relationships with global media in the climate space, be knowledgeable about the communities and stakeholders working on these issues and be well versed on climate mitigation, adaptation and innovation strategies.
The Climate Media and Communications Senior Associate is also an outstanding project manager and editor with experience producing efficient and strategic communication products, including awareness raising material and campaigns to increase climate change knowledge and the impact on public health.
Expected compensation for this role ranges from $70,000 - 75,000 per year plus annual discretionary performance bonus.