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Coordinator, European Coalition for Corporate Justice, ECCJ

Deadline for application: 22 September 2017

Job summary

The European Coalition for Corporate Justice is looking to recruit a Coordinator.

Location: Brussels

Details

With 21 member groups representing over 250 organisations from 15 countries, ECCJ is the only European coalition bringing together campaigns and national NGO platforms, trade unions, consumer organisations and academics to promote corporate accountability. The coalition is driven by a vision of a sustainable world in which corporations' drive for profit is balanced by the interests of society at large, and where businesses respect human, social and environmental rights. We seek to tackle some of the root causes of corporate injustice by improving European laws governing business activities of and companies' impacts on people and planet. ECCJ is a catalyst, drawing on the expertise and experience of organisations across Europe to provide a united voice at the EU level promoting the need for legal change.

Position summary

The Coordinator will lead the work of the coalition. He/she will be

  • an experienced manager able to coordinate a well-functioning Brussels office and an active European network, and ensure good operational planning;
  • a strategic and creative political thinker bringing a clear, shared vision, and able to take the right decisions regarding campaigning, advocacy and coalition development;
  • a natural networker and facilitator able to engage and build consensus and collaborations with coalition members and a diverse group of other stakeholders, including policy makers;
  • a persuasive speaker capable of promoting ECCJ's message and policy proposals in public and political debates

Web address for further details
http://corporatejustice.org/job-opportunities

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by ECCJ -- last modified 28 August 2017