Location: Berlin, Germany (London, New York also considered)
Application deadline: September 15, 2019.
Earliest starting date: as soon as possible.
II. Essential Responsibilities
III. Required experience
What we offer:
Interested? Interested candidates should submit their application documents (motivation letter, CV, references/certificates, etc. ) in English, as a single PDF and via email to Jessica Roman ([email protected]) with “Application – 1.5°C Campaign Manager” in the subject line. Please make sure to indicate in your motivation letter: current residence, availability to work in Europe, salary expectations and earliest starting date.
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