We’re excited to be recruiting for the role of Energy Campaigner. The position focuses on building European and cross-national campaigns to secure electricity market rules and grid planning for the timely deployment of renewables, storage and other solutions, including for citizens and communities, and to exit coal and gas.

If you are passionate about the difference civil society can make in the energy transition, and are an experienced campaigner, we want to hear from you.


  • Together with partner organisations, develop, coordinate and implement a cross-national campaign strategy targeting power grid operators and market regulators to accelerate the deployment of renewables, and the phase out of coal and gas in the European power sector;
  • Activate and support BFF partner organisations, especially at national level, as part of developing the strategy and implementing it;
  • Be a bridge between the partners working on policy advocacy and technical/policy work on power market design and campaigning organisations (which includes communications);
  • Plan and coordinate campaign pushes and campaign moments;
  • Identify gaps and put in place together with partners appropriate working structures, support and potentially co-convene working groups or task forces;
  • Monitor relevant political developments, produce briefings and campaign outputs;
  • Contribute to BFF secretariat internal planning and reporting.


  • At least four years of experience in developing narrative-driven campaign strategies and running campaigns in non-governmental organisations;
  • A good understanding of the energy transition and its political and economic context in Europe;
  • Strong interpersonal skills, competency at facilitating and supporting the work of others, and the ability to build common cause and reach agreements among multi-organisational teams;
  • Excellent communication skills, including the ability to communicate clearly and concisely;
  • Highly organised and capable of balancing multiple priorities;
  • Confidence working remotely with a broad range of people from different countries, cultures, and backgrounds;
  • Passionate about promoting a healthy, environmentally friendly, and fair society;
  • Excellent spoken and written English.


  • Some knowledge of European energy markets and power grids;
  • A track record of successful campaigning;
  • Experience of working in environments with limited space for civil society;
  • Fluency in other European languages.

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