Voir dans le fichier joint la fiche de poste, ouvert à un-e titulaire de Master en sciences sociales avec une formation aux méthodes quantitatives. Une sensibilité pour les méthodes mixtes et une familiarité avec les recherches sur les migrations et l’ethnicité et/ou les pratiques culturelles seront appréciées.
Ci-dessous, un lien pour postuler en ligne pour une offre de contrat en alternance qui s’adresse à un-e étudiant-e inscrit-ee en master 2 de sociologie.
Il est possible de postuler en ligne jusqu’au 25 juin.
Centre de Recherches Sociologiques et Politiques de Paris
Laboratoire Théories du Politique
CNRS UMR 7217/Université Paris 8
59-61 rue Pouchet
75849 Paris Cedex 17
Tel. +33 (0) 6 62 24 25 70
Ci-dessous (fiche de poste en PJ) une offre de CDD de 9 mois pour un.e ingénieur.e d’étude en collecte, traitement, analyse de données et enquêtes qualitatives en sciences sociales.
La personne recrutée participera au projet ANR «GILETS JAUNES» auprès de l’UMR AMURE, dans le cadre du volet de recherche «Gilets jaunes et problèmes environnementaux : écologies, répertoires d’action,configurations des mobilisations » Les candidatures sont à déposer directement et avant le 27 juin 2021 sur le portail emploi du CNRS: https://emploi.cnrs.fr/Gestion/Offre/Default.aspx?Ref=UMR6308-ALILEV-001.
350.org is building a global grassroots climate movement to hold our leaders accountable to the realities of science and the principles of justice. It’s a big job, and we’re looking for super smart, strategic, driven people to get it done.
That movement is rising from the bottom up all over the world, and is uniting to create the solutions that will ensure a better future for all. Our online campaigns, grassroots organizing, and mass public actions bring together a global network active in over 188 countries.
At 350.org, you’ll work with a team of brilliant, fierce colleagues, tackling one of the greatest issues of our time, in a flexible and collaborative environment. Learn more about who we are, what we stand for, and where we’re going : https://350.org/jobs/?gh_jid=3161588&fbclid=IwAR1HWw9g0m70eXuFeyz97ASbqDpy645lAG0GJYXTY7OW5RxZeYIdzejZ8bA
Cette offre d’emploi est publiée en anglais parce que cette langue est utilisée au sein de l’équipe européenne et internationale de 350.org. L’essentiel du travail sera en français, mais ce rôle nécessite d’être suffisamment confortable avec l’usage de l’anglais à l’écrit et à l’oral.
With momentum for action on climate change growing across France, 350.org is looking to recruit a talented campaigner with a passionate commitment to climate justice. In this role, you would help us grow, engage and assist our network of followers, supporters and organisers, in pursuit of our goal to keep fossil fuels in the ground and cut off finance flows to the fossil fuel industry.
This is a full-time position, based in Paris, France. The starting date is flexible between August and September 2021. The deadline for applying is June 16, 2021.
350.org is building a global grassroots movement to solve the climate crisis. Our online campaigns, grassroots organizing, and mass public actions are led from the bottom up by thousands of volunteer organizers in over 188 countries. 350.org works hard to organize in a new way—everywhere at once, using online tools to facilitate strategic offline action. We want to be a laboratory for the best ways to strengthen the climate movement and catalyze transformation around the world. The values that guide and drive our work are listed here.
Our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion
We recognise that the climate crisis strikes unequally, and hits the hardest among working class people, women, non-binary and gender non-conforming people, trans people, black people, indigenous people, people of colour, disabled people, people from the Global South, LGBTQIA people, people with mental health conditions. We believe those communities must be centred in the work we do, and we also note that they are currently underrepresented in the climate justice movement and want to do what we can to correct this. We therefore strongly encourage applications from people with those identities or who are members of other communities impacted disproportionally by environmental, social, and economic injustice.
About the role
The France Campaigner will recruit and support people to take action for climate justice, using digital communications and campaigns for our supporters online, and targeted support to local activists to organise campaigns and mobilise offline.
The France Campaigner will work with and report to the France team leader.
- Contribute to the development of 350’s strategies in France and Europe (10%)
- Lead and implement 350 France’s online engagement strategy (55 %)
- Develop engagement strategies to increase the reach and impact of our campaigns through our email list and social media channels, and to bring new people into our network, including people from backgrounds currently underrepresented in our network and the wider French climate movement
- Write emails to our supporters to inspire people to take action online and offline
- Produce online content & resources such as blogs, webpages and action guides to help communicate about our campaigns and to support local organising
- Support offline organising and mobilisations (30%)
- Establish and support the development of a volunteer group in Paris focused on
- fossil fuel finance
- Help to plan and promote creative campaign actions and mobilisations, in collaboration with a diverse range of partners and groups across France.
- Work with others to help make our organising and mobilising more inclusive and accessible, and to increase the diversity of partner organisations and groups that we collaborate with
- With the support of colleagues, consultants, and/or partner organisations, develop and deliver training sessions for our network and allies in France
- Other (5%)
- You may occasionally be asked to recruit and manage short-term staff or contractors
- You may occasionally be asked to contribute work towards 350.org’s overall mission that is outside of standard responsibilities and instead relies solely on geographic location or work capacity.
What might a typical day in this job look like?
- Working from home or from our office in central Paris, you might start the day with a check-in with your colleagues in the 350 Europe team, sharing key updates and priorities for the week, and getting input from one another on any particular challenges you’re facing.
- Next up, you need to take a bit of time to give input on a proposal for a new digital action targeting the European Central Bank, looking at how it could be adapted to work well for our audiences in France. You’d be working on this with 350 Europe’s digital specialists and our regional finance campaign lead.
- You’ll probably then spend a bit of time going through emails and Slack messages (Slack is the online platform we use to communicate and organise within 350.org).
- After lunch you might spend some time developing a plan to distribute a digital story-telling project that you’re working on with the 350 Africa team, showing how European finance is driving fossil fuel development in Africa and how activists in both Africa and Europe are trying to end this.
- Later you might have a call with a grassroots group in Paris, helping them to plan an action targeting a major fossil fuel company…
- And then, if you’ve got any time and energy left, you might help your colleague write and send an email to all our supporters in France, persuading them to join a group to organise for an action for the next AGMs season.
- At least 2 years of experience in a grassroots group, civil society organisation or any other setting relevant to the nature of this role
- A dedication to support and strengthen social, economic and environmental justice movements and a strong motivation to help stop the fossil fuel industry.
- Experience in and ability to make decisions that promote and increase justice, diversity, equity and inclusion – and an understanding of how to work across differences of culture and identities (particularly in multicultural and multi-class contexts) with integrity and sensitivity.
- Willingness and ability to learn how to use new digital campaigning tools.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills in French, with the ability to communicate complex ideas and stories in a simple and easy to understand way.
- Strong skills in working on and managing projects, with the ability to prioritise tasks and meet deadlines, and working collaboratively.
- Able to work in English (reading, speaking and writing)
These are not required and we know that no one person can fulfill all of them!
- Experience of planning and implementing campaigns for environmental, social or economic justice
- Experience of working with and supporting volunteer groups and networks.
- Experience of recruiting, organising, training, and coaching volunteers.
- Experience of developing and delivering user journeys for online supporters
- Experience in developing compelling online content (written and visual) for web and social media
- Familiarity with some or all of the digital tools used by 350.org (e.g. ActionKit, Action Network, ControlShiftLabs, WordPress, Buffer, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Storify, Animoto)
We are looking for someone who is comfortable working both independently and in teams, highly responsive, and able to lead initiatives as well as take direction from others.
Position Type: Full time, long-term position, employment contract.
Application Deadline: June 16, 6pm (France time)
Start Date: August 2021-September 2021
Compensation: EUR 55,800 / year
Location: Paris, France.
Travel: From time to time, travel may be required, both internationally and domestically.
Work authorization: We would prefer not to have this restriction limiting who we work with, but unfortunately authorization to work in France is required for this position.
Instead of writing a traditional cover letter, attach your answers to these questions:
- Why do you want this job? (max. 200 words)
- Make a list of the “Required qualifications” that you meet and, for each, provide 2-3 sentences of explanation describing how you meet them. If you fail to meet any of the required qualifications, provide a paragraph of explanation for why you think your application should be considered anyway.
- Make a list of the “Desired qualifications” that you meet and, for each, provide 2-3 sentences of explanation describing how you meet them.
Following a review of applications received, we will send shortlisted candidates a brief skills test, and use the outcomes of the test to select candidates for an interview. Let us know if there’s any reasonable adjustments you’d like us to make in any or all of the stages of the hiring process in view of a disability or health issue.
If you have questions for us, or suggestions on how to improve our hiring process, we really value your input and strongly encourage you to write to us at email@example.com with the subject line ‘Hiring Feedback’.
Apply for this Job on line :
- You apply through our online system.
- Your application is reviewed by the hiring committee.
- You have an initial screening call with a member of the hiring team, typically about 15–20 minutes long.
- You have a second phone interview with a member of the hiring team, typically lasting 40–60 minutes, to cover your past experience, your personal vision for the work, and your skills and qualifications.
- For the most promising candidates, you may be asked to complete a 2–3 hour skills test. Skills tests give us a sense of how you’d approach the kind of tasks and problems you’d encounter in the role.
- You have a group interview involving multiple members of the hiring committee and an HR representative. The hiring committee will ask you questions about your skills test, get more details about how your background and analysis fits with 350.org’s theory of change, and talk with you in a group setting.
- Lastly, the best candidate gets an offer letter
- and (hopefully) a job!
Our hiring process follows a standard pathway for most vacancies worldwide and can in most cases be conducted virtually. Our process assesses candidates based on merit, skills, past relevant experience, qualifications, culture fit, and alignment with 350’s theory of change.
Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
350.org is committed to providing equal employment opportunity in all of its employment programs and decisions.
We believe that a diverse, equitable, inclusive, and collaborative group of people bring a variety of approaches to the work we do. We’re committed to the principles of justice and equity, and we aim to build a safe workplace where everyone is treated fairly and enjoys working together. We value new perspectives, ideas of all sorts, and different ways of working. Diverse perspectives and experiences improve the way we carry out our work — including what we decide to work on and how creatively and
effectively we do that.
We do our best to make staff positions accessible to all potential team members, regardless of race, color, national origin, ethnicity, age, physical ability, assigned gender, gender expression or identity, sexual orientation or identity, religion or creed, veteran status, marital or parental status, and genetic information. We also strive to include team members in communities most impacted by climate change or impacted by other kinds of environmental, social, and economic injustice.
If you have suggestions for us on how to do this better, we’d value your input. Please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line ‘Hiring Feedback’.
Dans le cadre du projet ANR-GERICO (appel Résilience-Covid19), nous recrutons des enquêteurs/enquêtrices pour réaliser des expériences en juin-juillet, puis en septembre 2021. GERICO prévoit la réalisation d’une série d’expériences de terrain à Paris. À des croisements de rue, un premier enquêteur demande des directions à un piéton en répétant un texte. Un deuxième enquêteur observe l’interaction et prend note de différentes variables. Un troisième enquêteur invite les piétons à répondre à un bref questionnaire. Le taux de rémunération est de 75 EUR par séance expérimentale. La mission comprendra un total d’entre 20 et 24 séances expérimentales, soit une rémunération totale d’entre 1500 et 1800 EUR. La mission sera rémunérée comme une prestation de service en une seule fois au terme de la deuxième expérience de septembre 2021. Compétences indispensables : savoir suivre un protocole d’observation, aborder des inconnus, travailler en équipe et gérer des imprévus. Souhaitable : une familiarité avec les sciences sociales, une expérience préalable d’enquête de terrain et un intérêt pour la recherche expérimentale. Un total de douze enquêteurs est prévu pour ce projet. Dans la mesure où l’équipe d’enquêteurs devrait refléter la diversité de la population résidant en France, des intéressés de toutes origines sont invités à candidater. Pour candidater, merci d’envoyer un CV d’une page à [Martin.ARANGUREN@cnrs.fr // email@example.com ]. Pour toute autre question, il est possible d’écrire à la même adresse.
L’étudiant-e sera accueilli-e à partir de septembre 2021 à IMT Atlantique (campus de Nantes) au sein du programme partenarial d’action-recherche TES (transition énergétique et sociétale).
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