|Position Title||Energy & Climate Justice coordinator
(fixed-term contract post – 12 months renewable contingent on funding)
|Start date||As soon as possible|
|The purpose of this role is as follows:
OBJECTIVES OF THE ROLE
Essential work experience
- Strategic experience running campaigns.
- Project coordination and report writing.
- In-depth knowledge of climate and energy issues.
- Policy and research experience on energy and climate issues.
- Presenting complex policy information- data and reports to affected communities.
- Community engagement through relationship building.
- Working with a wide range of stakeholders
- Committed and hardworking, with attention to detail.
- Excellent writing and organising skills.
- Ability to problem solve and think strategically.
- Be a representative of SAFCEI and the values that we represent.
- Care for people, the environment and all beings.
|Key Performance Areas||Activities / Objectives / Tasks|
|Research||Research, compile and disseminate accurate & accessible climate and energy justice information for faith leaders|
|Produce briefings and commission research as required|
|Policy||Attend parliament meetings and other policy discussions on climate and energy including the energy portfolio committee with a focus on nuclear energy developments|
|Research climate and energy developments, and nuclear energy issues in particular.|
|Attending conferences and meetings.|
|Campaigns||Developing campaign plans that are consistent with the ‘no nuclear’ campaign strategy and objectives and making sure that these are clear and accessible|
|Actively engage in external meetings and online fora on SAFCEI’s behalf to build collaborative approaches.|
|Coordinate campaign plans, identifying activities and responsibilities and delivery|
|Project Coordination||Regular project report writing and a monitoring and evaluation plan for project implementation.|
|Keep detailed project records, metrics, data and documentation for all events.|
|Monitor the project budget and undertake such administrative tasks as may be required for the effective functioning of the project.|
|Build new faith networks in affected communities to expand the campaign|
|Identifying new partners and collaboration potential for the organisation as a whole|
|Communications and Resources||Develop easy to read and digest resources for faith communities on energy and climate issues in particular the nuclear energy campaign|
|Support faith leader’s to develop their voices to speak out on the campaign objectives|
|Responding to partner requests for information and collaboration in trainings, presentations and other event.|
To apply, email email@example.com with a letter of motivation, detailing your experience and expertise, including your CV, and the names and contact details (email addresses and telephone numbers) of three references.
A skills test will be administered as part of the selection process.
All applicants must have a valid SA work visa and be staying in the country. This job requires you to be based in Cape Town.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. SAFCEI is committed to the pursuit of diversity and redress in achieving its equity targets and building the best possible team.