The National Campaign Managerwill manage all of the CRPC local and pan-Canadian campaigns, in particular the National Climate League, in order to nurture their success and to ensure they benefit each other while aligning with the organization’s strategic plan and overarching objectives. They/He/she will help Climate Reality Leaders and Climate Hub as well as Campus Corps members educate and mobilize Canadians around technological, cultural and policy solutions to climate change.
This role as one of management and oversight, as well as execution. Developing partnerships to create content is absolutely essential, and the more individual and organizational stakeholders contributing meaningfully to the process, the better.
The specific roles of the National Campaign Manager fall under the following themes.
General Campaign Operations
Support the strategic vision of the CRPC, including through strategic and action planning processes;
Create a volunteer and public engagement plan to mobilize Climate Reality leaders, their networks, as well as our other supporters and allies to take action through CRPC’s campaigns;
Manage internal operations for all the National and Local Campaigns, including by identifying opportunities that respect the organization’s identity, developing and running campaign planning, budgeting, scheduling and evaluation systems and processes to enable more efficient and more impactful work;
Lead processes to ensure that all campaigns embed equity, diversity and inclusion, in particular amplifying Indigenous-led movements;
Identify and develop positive relationship with key stakeholders and partners;
Support or manage ad hoc campaigns, special projects and strategic external partnerships as assigned by the Executive Director.
National Climate League (NCL) – with the support of the Community Climate Hub Manager:
Lead and coordinate the NCL to ensure strong community engagement, input, data collection and sharing, in particular from Hub Captains, Regional Organizers, researchers, and public officers;
Manage the collection of the content and academic reviews of the NCL Standings, and ensure its overall quality and coherence;
Oversee logistic of weekly webinars (HUBFLIX) with policy experts;
Planning of public launch event(s) for our Hubs, with our multiple stakeholders;
Equip Climate Hub members to share Standings results in their communities;
Develop slides and talking points on the NCL Campaign for the Hubs and CRPC;
Review all the material, planning tools and communications tools (including digital and online forms) in preparation for the next season of the Standings;
Amplify the Standings content and create opportunities for the participants to use its data to promote local solutions to address the climate crisis;
Innovate and implement best practices in terms of crowdsourcing.
Communications – with the support of the Communication & Social Medias Manager:
Develops and provides hands-on tools that motivate our volunteers and allow Hubs and CRLs to deepen their impact, such as: handbooks, outreach letter templates, webinars, and slideshows on diverse topics (for example: youth action, carbon pricing, and health issues) to increase the number and quality of the acts of leadership delivered;
Keep track of climate related policies (municipal, provincial, federal and international) to develop and provide summaries or fact sheets to all our CRLs, such as the pan-Can policy briefs;
Collaborate on the creation of additional presentation materials for the Climate Leaders, supporting technological and policy solutions to solve the climate crisis;
Draft articles for the Climate Reality Project Canada website, on key technological and policy solutions;
Draft and develop storytelling opportunities for our CRLs and Hub members through webinars and blogs;
Manage the NCL microsites and updates on the CRPC website regarding the various campaigns;
Ensure the full provision of the CRPC communications associated with the programs overseen is available in French and English.
Administration and organizational growth
Coordinate cross-functional resources as needed both within the team and across the organization;
Assists the Executive Director with any administrative tasks such as fundraising, preparing quarterly and annual reports;
Help build campaign coherence and team alignment, including through critical conversations, team learning, and implementing best practices across the team;
Education & Experience:
Minimum 2 years experience in a similar outreach, community engagement, project coordination, network management or relationship building type role relevant to climate change;
Undergraduate degree in Geography, Environment, Sustainable Development, Political Science or related fields;
Having completed a Climate Leadership Corps Training is considered a strong asset.
Skills & Qualifications:
A passion for, and knowledge of, climate change science, policies and solutions is required;
A knowledge of municipal climate solutions and relevant members of the Canadian research community is a strong asset;
Able to communicate professionally in both French and English (written and spoken);
Able to communicate professionally and effectively with people from all walks of life.
Very well-organized and detail-oriented;
Ability to manage and quickly adjust to changing priorities;
Strong leadership qualities;
Demonstrated experience with Microsoft Office, adept at word processing, use of Excel spreadsheets, data management, and facility with emerging online software solutions such as Google Drive, Airtable, Canva and Venngage.
Knowledge of Salesforce or similar CRM platforms is considered an asset.
Please email your CV and letter of intent to: