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Corporate Engagement Manager – Contractor (6 months full-time, with potential for contract renewal)

Describe your organization

The Center for Aquaculture Progress is a new organization focused on improving aquaculture for the benefit of consumers, farmers, and fish. It is the first organization dedicated to improving fish welfare in Greece.

Role description

A Corporate Engagement Manager will lead strategy and communications with Greek stakeholders. This will involve liaising with stakeholders such as Greek animal welfare organizations, academics, fish producers, retailers, exporters, and policy makers, as well as representing the Center for Aquaculture Progress at Greek conferences or functions. Some of these communications may need to occur in person, so a strong candidate will have some flexibility to travel.

The Corporate Engagement Manager will be the only Greek speaker in the organization, so will also be required to conduct other tasks from time to time, such as desk research in Greek, English-Greek translation activities, and provide the other staff with knowledge of the Greek context, in particular around Greek corporate norms.

The Center for Aquaculture Progress functions similarly to a start-up, and all early-stage staff are expected to conduct various tasks depending on organizational needs.


  • Native or fluent Greek
  • Professional competence in English
  • Strong communication skills, with experience in professional and corporate communications
  • Ability to adapt to conversations and navigate complex discussions with stakeholders with different incentives
  • Extensive experience in navigating complicated negotiations with commercial stakeholders
  • Demonstrated networking skills
  • Reasonable desk research skills
  • Preferably based in Greece, must be based in Europe
  • Ability to work in a small and dynamic team with high levels of flexibility
  • Experience in aquaculture, corporate engagement, or EU policy will be viewed very favorably


  • Competitive salary
  • Flexible start-up culture
  • Gain experience and connections in the nonprofit sector
  • High autonomy
  • Very flexible remote working arrangements
  • Opportunity for upskilling
  • Working closely with senior staff

Application process

We are reviewing applications on a rolling basis.

After this initial application round, the selection process will include a short interview, a paid test task, and a longer final interview.

When applying, please do not use any large language models or translation services.

The Center for Aquaculture Progress is committed to providing a workplace free from discrimination or harassment. Decisions concerning hiring, contracting, compensating, evaluating performance, or terminating are made without bias, and we provide equal opportunities to all qualified candidates and employees.

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