Multimedia Content Producer - Deep Sea Mining
Auckland, New Zealand
24 days ago
Greenpeace Aotearoa is looking for someone to translate complex information into compelling stories. Make multimedia content that helps to change the world and protect the oceans from deep sea mining!
This role is based in Tāmaki Makaurau and is a full time fixed term contract for 1 year (37.5hrs per week).
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Greenpeace is an independent campaigning organisation, which uses creative confrontation to protect Earth’s ability to nurture life in all its diversity. Joining Greenpeace puts you at the centre of the fight for the environment against big polluters and climate change.
The deep sea is a treasure of biodiversity and home to untold wonders and possibilities. Right now, mining companies from the Global North are trying to plunder these pristine ocean depths, exploring the deep waters of the Pacific and developing technologies to exploit the seafloor.
Many of our Pacific neighbours are calling for a moratorium to protect their waters from deep sea mining. Greenpeace Aotearoa and allies across the world are working to bring an end to this destructive industry before it starts.
The New Zealand Government has heard our call and come out in support of a “precautionary pause” and now is the time to build up the global campaign pressure, which is why we are looking for a skilled multimedia content producer to join our team, and use their powers for good.
Working within the Greenpeace Aotearoa team they will join the global campaign to stop deep sea mining, particularly centring Tangata o le moana and indigenous voices. They are primarily responsible for delivering multimedia content to deliver on the communication and engagement objectives of the campaign.
You will have the ability to write and follow a clear creative brief, have photoshop skills, the knack for producing and publishing excellent content for social media, excellent communication skills and copy writing ability, and experience with testing and optimisation methodology. Proficiency in Te Reo Māori, or other Pacific language(s) and culture would be an advantage.
Provide input into the campaign’s engagement and communication strategies.
Create and champion multimedia content strategies and tactics to engage Greenpeace supporters and reach new audiences.
Create and champion multimedia content strategies and tactics to uplift Tangata o le moana and indigenous voices and stories on the global stage.
Analyse and report on data from website, email, and social media performance and use your conclusions to inform subsequent work
Design and produce digital assets for the website and social media.
Work with video editors and videographers to produce video for the web.
Design print assets for campaign projects, and manage relationships with printers.
Help with social media channel management and output.
Bring creative approaches to telling stories within the campaign.
Work with the mobilisation team to design and deliver content for online and offline mobilisation strategies and tactics.
You must hold an existing New Zealand work permit to be considered for this role.
What we can offer you:
Our salaries are competitive within the not for profit sector. The range for this role is $75,000 - $80,000 per year. Greenpeace Aotearoa is not your average equal opportunity employer. We commit to engaging in courageous conversations and promoting diversity to bring an environment that is dynamic, open, and welcomes all creativity. We are a diverse team united by our goals, and you could be the next person to join in our commitment to protect our environment for generations to come.