Job Opportunities at The Sunrise Project and our Network Affiliates

As we take on new challenges to solve the climate crisis, our team is growing rapidly. We’re looking for passionate changemakers to join our team. See below for current job openings.

We’re passionate about finding the right people for the right roles and then supporting them to do great work. Find out more about our generous employee benefits, our values, and our commitment to Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.

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Deputy Director, Private Banks

Location: Remote in Europe (in GMT to GMT +2 time zones). An eligible candidate must have full working rights in the country in which they are applying to work from. The Sunrise Project will not sponsor applicants for employment visas

About The Role

The role carries two core elements: leading the work on Private Banks in Europe, and working closely and collaboratively with the Program Director to administer the Private Banks team globally. 

The role requires high level coordination and support to our team, who primarily work across Europe, North America, with the hope of growing in East Asia. The role nurtures a vibrant, creative, fun and supportive culture across the team, leads our program’s campaign planning and evaluation process, and coordinates grants for partners in Europe, it is also the main point of contact for aligned, and important partners in Europe and some globally.

Remuneration: Depending on experience (including unpaid and other experiences) and capacity to take on responsibility, the salary range is UK £61,800-£66,950, NL €72,683-€77,875.; If the successful candidate is located outside the UK or the NL, the salary will be adjusted based on local market equivalencies

Learn More & How to Apply

Read the full role description and apply here. 

Application Deadline: 11:59pm, 24th Feb 2023 GMT

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People (HR) generalist

Location: Remote working or Sydney, Melbourne offices

About The Role

Working as part of a Global People & Culture team, the People (HR) Generalist coordinates and supports: managers to hire, appoint, onboard and offboard staff; administer people surveys and data; HR and employee relations matters; and, the provision of coaching and advice to staff on organisational policies, systems and practices.

About You

You excel at listening and communicating with people to build trust across all levels of the organisation. You love being a hands-on, go-to person – triaging staff enquiries and digging into the details to analyse and source information to provide quick solutions for staff and the organisation.  You’re fastidious about data maintenance and record keeping and comfortable in administering and co-developing workflows to improve the staff experience.

Remuneration: AUD$ 85,000 90,000

Learn More & How to Apply

Read the full role description and learn how to apply here

Application Deadline:  11:59pm, 17th Feb 2023 AEDT

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Global Grants Director

Location:Australia, USA, or UK (Remote) 

About The Role

The Global Grants Director is an exciting new senior role, responsible for strategy development in collaboration with Sunrise leadership, and for operational planning, scheduling and delivery to ensure grant decisions reflect the delegations policy to grant to aligned partners.

As the Global Grants Director, you will lead the strategy and operations for the organisation’s successful grant program, fostering growth and partnerships at an international level. You will utilize your strategic mindset and technical skills to streamline delivery and drive positive impact. This is an exciting hands-on, high-impact role!

Remuneration: Depending on experience (including unpaid and other experiences)
and capacity to take on responsibility, the salary range is AUD$125,145 141,212,
USD$ $121,726 143,956, GBP£72,100 92,700

Learn More & How to Apply

Read the full role description here. 

Interested applicants should submit the following by e-mail to [email protected] quoting reference number NGG001:

  • A CV in word or PDF format (please include 3 references)
  •  A 1-page cover letter outlining how your skills and experience align with The Sunrise Project’s mission
    and the unique qualities you will bring to this role

Application Deadline:24 February 2023. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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Digital Campaign Associate, Insurance

Location: Remote in Europe or Africa (in GMT to GMT +2 time zones) 

About The Role

The Digital Campaign Associate will work on the Insure Our Future campaign to get insurance companies out of fossil fuels. The Associate will help implement digital plans across social media platforms, websites, and email programs, with a focus on our European and Asian insurance campaigns.

About You

You are knowledgeable about social media platforms and new trends energise you. When you get on social media you see opportunities to make connections to other topics and/or get inspired to make your own creative content. You enjoy writing and have a knack for telling simple, powerful stories that synthesise complex issues and inspire people to take action.

You are a problem-solver that is detail oriented and organised. You are comfortable setting boundaries and prioritising. You’re a team player with the ability to work effectively across multiple time zones within a coalition environment to support diverse partner groups and maximise our collective work. You’re passionate about solving the climate crisis and winning campaigns. You’re excited to be part of a dedicated team working at the intersection of finance and climate and supporting social and climate justice movements to create real change.

Remuneration: UK £31,000-38,000, Europe €41,600- 46,000.

Learn More & How to Apply

Read the full role description and learn how to apply here

Application Deadline: 11:59pm, 5th Feb 2023 GMT

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Senior Strategist, Public Finance, Politics, & Policy

Location:Remote working or Syd, Melb, Newcastle offices

About The Role

As a Senior Strategist you will work in collaboration with the Australian Gas team and key partners to prevent new and repeal existing public subsidies and public finance for gas and gas infrastructure, and to achieve legislative outcomes that create the conditions for gas exports phase down.

About You

You are creative, a big picture thinker and fearless in pursuing campaign goals. You have a strong understanding of what it takes to build power to achieve social change. You have experience working with civil society groups or social movements to strengthen and scale campaigns. You enjoy turning ideas into action and helping groups achieve concrete outcomes in the world.

You are highly skilled at identifying the interventions that are needed to push decision-makers to good outcomes, and have a knack for problem solving. You may not have experience in gas or climate roles, but you are a quick learner and can demonstrate experience engaging with technical detail to develop campaign strategies that have achieved real-world impact. You have strong people skills and can facilitate complex meetings and make it seem simple and easy.

Remuneration: AUD $103,309 –125,144 dependent on skills, knowledge, experience.

Learn More & How to Apply

Read the full role description and learn how to apply here

Application Deadline:11:59pm, 12th Feb 2023 AEDT

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Senior Strategist, Australian Gas Campaigns

Location: Remote working or Syd, Melb, Newcastle offices

About the Role

As a Strategist, you will work in collaboration with the Australian Gas team and key partners to develop and implement campaigns to protect Australia’s environment from gas mining and exports.

About You

You are creative, a big picture thinker and fearless in pursuing campaign goals. You have a strong understanding of what it takes to build power to achieve social change. You have experience working with civil society groups or social movements to strengthen and scale campaigns.

You are highly skilled at identifying the interventions that are needed to push decision-makers, in business and/ or politics, and have a knack for problem solving. You may not have experience in gas or climate roles, but you are a quick learner and can demonstrate experience engaging with technical detail to develop campaign strategies that have achieved real-world impact. You have strong people skills and can facilitate complex meetings and make it seem simple and easy.

Remuneration: AUD $103,309 –125,144 dependent on skills, knowledge, experience.

Learn More & How to Apply

Read the full role description and learn how to apply here

Application Deadline: 11:59pm, 12th Feb 2023 AEDT

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