Environmental Job Board

Appalachian Trail Conservancy – Manager of Policy and Legislation

Location : Washington, DC
Department : Strategic Communications
Supervisor : VP Strategic Communications
Type : Full Time

Overview: The Appalachian Trail is protected by federal law as established by the National Trails System Act of 1968. Stretching through 14 states from Maine to Georgia, for nearly 2,220 miles, the Trail traverses six national parks, seven national forests, 25 wilderness areas, numerous wildlife refuges, national recreation and national heritage areas.  The Trail and adjoining lands are, significantly, the last remaining open space in the eastern United States. More than three million people each year experience the Trail, requiring support for visitor education and trail maintenance. Additionally, increasing development in the eastern United States threatens the Trail’s scenic views and areas of natural and cultural significance, requiring advocacy on federal and state levels to conserve diminishing open space.

Position Summary: The Appalachian Trail Conservancy (ATC) seeks a highly energetic, creative and self-motivated individual to assume manager-level responsibilities regarding Advocacy outreach and communications. Advocacy responsibilities entail proactive work on issues of importance to the Trail and surrounding lands, and addressing proposed legislation and policy contrary to the best interests of the Trail.

The Advocacy Manager will work closely with ATC’s Vice President of Strategic Communications to advance ATC’s proactive protection goals regarding federal legislation and appropriations, and will assist in building grassroots/grasstops support and activism for federal, state and local issues.

Essential Duties/Responsibilities: The Advocacy Manager works closely with the ATC’s Communication Department, Conservation Department and ATC’s President/CEO to help identify, strategize, and implement action steps to positively impact policies, legislation and public funding that support ATC’s conservation and management goals. He/she works collaboratively with key partners and agency representatives to bring a stronger outdoor recreation voice to public policy and advocacy discussions on landscape conservation, including energy and climate change related policies and funding. He/she attends federal committee meetings and provides written summary briefings; maintains an up-to-date database of federal elected officials and develops communications strategies to keep target officials informed and educated of ATC’s position; meets with the staff of federal lawmakers; works collaboratively within ATC and with partners to develop effective communication strategies to build awareness and understanding of advocacy issues relevant to the outdoor recreation community and trail conservation; and organizes state/local-level advocacy, when necessary.

 Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor’s degree in political science, environmental policy, communications
  • At least 5 years experience in environmental policy and/or advocacy
  • Significant campaign and legislative experience
  • Ability to lead major trail protection, legislative and policy campaigns
  • Understanding of climate change science and climate change policy direction
  • Familiarity with a variety of federal and state land managing agencies
  • Strong analytical skills with demonstrated experience reviewing legislation
  • A demonstrated ability to engage diverse stakeholder groups and build relationships to advance action toward goals
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Highly organized self-starter who can track, manage and report on multiple programs and frequently change priorities with patience, perseverance, minimal supervision and successful completion

ATC Equal Employment Opportunity Statement:

ATC encourages collaboration, flexibility, and fairness with all employees and volunteers to enable participation and contributions to their fullest potential. We are committed to being a diverse and inclusive organization, and recognize that diversity contributes to an effective and successful organizational culture and mission. The ATC prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity and/or expression), national origin, political affiliation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service, political affiliation, union membership, or any other status protected by the laws and regulations in the locations where we operate.

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Respiratory Health Association – Director of Chronic Disease Programs

Overview: Respiratory Health Association has been a local public health leader since 1906. At that time, tuberculosis was a prominent health threat in our community. As health practices and treatments, medicines, and environmental factors have evolved, so has RHA. Today we address asthma, COPD, lung cancer, tobacco control and air quality with a comprehensive approach. Find our people, see our funders, and review our milestones to learn more.

Post Description: The Respiratory Health Association is seeking a Director of Chronic Disease Programs to direct RHA’s chronic disease programs and projects

Key Responsibilities: 

  • Lead the Chronic Disease Team’s efforts to reduce the burden of chronic lung disease through education, policy change and research.
  • Direct Respiratory Health Association’s community-based chronic disease programs, including Fight Asthma Now©, an evidence-based asthma self-management intervention for children living with asthma, and Asthma Management, a training for adult caregivers including school staff and parents.
  • Serve as project director for Respiratory Health Association’s Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Initiative, including the annual patient-focused educational event, Living Better Together COPD Conference.
  • Oversee Respiratory Health Association’s Research Program including distribution of grant funding to researchers at Chicagoland academic hospitals.
  • Work collaboratively with Senior Director of Strategy, Programs and Policy; Director of Health Policy; and, Director of Environmental Health to develop lung health initiatives and Respiratory Health Association’s public health policy agenda.

Qualifications:

  • A Master’s degree in public health or related field required.
  • A minimum of three years of professional experience including:
    • Program development and evaluation,
    • Grantwriting and reporting,
    • Budget management and
    • Supervisory experience

To apply: Email resume and cover letter with salary requirements to: jobsprogramspolicy@resphealth.org. Please include the job title and your name in the subject line. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

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Mortenson Family Foundation – Community Relationship Officer

Overview: Mortenson Family Foundation builds partnerships to strengthen community-driven approaches that advance equity, opportunity, and sustainable systems.

Over the last two decades, the Foundation has consistently grown in charitable assets and now provides over $3 million in grants annually. The greatest areas of interest for the family’s giving include:

  • Protecting, conserving and restoring biodiversity and habitat in Minnesota’s watersheds in order to improve water quality;
  • Expanding opportunities for youth and families living in poverty in the Twin Cities by supporting equitable access to academic and social development opportunities and systems; and
  • Increasing the standard of living for youth and families living in poverty in developing countries.

The Foundation believes that how the work gets done is as important as what work gets done. The Foundation expresses its values of community, service, family, integrity, responsibility and humility by:

  • Growing strong relationships
  • Striving for lasting change
  • Understanding root causes
  • Challenging systemic injustice and inequality
  • Learning and reflecting
  • Creating and innovating

To learn more about the Foundation, please visit www.mortensonfamily.org

Post Description: The Community Relationship Officer is a new, part-time position that establishes and sustains relationships within the community and the Foundation to ensure that community, organizational partner and Foundation goals of our Sustaining Environmental Systems grant area are met. The goals, beliefs and outcomes that the Foundation is seeking to meet can be found here https://mortensonfamily.org/areas-of-interest/sustaining-environmental-systems/

The position also administers a funding-by invitation grant program. The invited grants program supports nonprofit organizations  across all nonprofit sectors.

To Apply: Qualified and interested candidates should send cover letter and resume to foundationposition@gmail.com. Candidates submitting information by December 21, 2018 will receive priority consideration.

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EQ Research – Senior Energy Policy Analyst

Overview: EQ Research LLC is a highly specialized consulting firm founded in 2013 to provide policy and market research, analysis and data services to businesses, government entities, nongovernmental organizations and other stakeholders engaged in the clean-energy sector. EQ Research’s subject matter areas of expertise include financial incentives supporting clean energy deployment; electric utility regulation; electric rate design; grid modernization; and the collective suite of policy issues relevant to distributed energy resources (DERs).

Post Description: EQ Research seeks a highly motived, full-time Senior Energy Policy Analyst with at least five years of direct work experience to join our client-focused renewable energy and energy storage policy analysis team. The ideal candidate will have experience researching, analyzing and writing on a wide-range of energy policy, regulatory and market topics of interest to all renewable energy market sectors (distributed, community, utility-scale).

Key Responsibilities:

We are looking for a candidate who can:

  • Contribute to and/or lead client-specific work by researching, analyzing, reviewing, editing, summarizing and/or drafting comments in regulatory proceedings in direct collaboration with clients and other EQ analysts.
  • Provide qualitative and/or quantitative analytic input on regulatory matters, including but not limited to how different rates, policies, and program designs affect the economic viability of DERs.
  • Research, track, analyze, and synthesize state legislative and regulatory developments, as well as general rate case proceedings in coordination with other EQ Research analysts.
  • Work collaboratively to develop and implement improvements to subscription products.
  • Work independently and as part of a team to develop research reports, white papers and blog posts.
  • Collaborate with EQ Research staff and external partners to develop successful project proposals.
  • Deliver presentations at regional and national conferences, and via webinar.
  • Be flexible and adaptable to the changing needs of our clients.
  • Get excited about clean energy policy developments and learning about new issue.

Supervisory Responsibilities

  •  It is expected that the Sr. Analyst will be able to effectively coordinate efforts and staff on projects for which the Sr. Analyst is responsible.

Location: Cary, NC

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The DuPage Federation on Human Services Reform – Executive Director

Overview:  The DuPage Federation on Human Services Reform is a key convener of diverse human services agencies serving the population of Chicagoland’s DuPage County and leverages the power of that community to address human services systems issues in the county.

Post Description: The Federation is seeking an accomplished and innovative Executive Director to steer the organization into the next level of community leadership and pursue a new strategic plan to ensure that the programs remain vibrant, relevant, and that the core value of collaboration continues to meet the community need.

Key Responsibilities: The next Executive Director of the Federation will partner with the Board of Directors, Council of Community Leaders, local civic and community leaders, funders and other external stakeholders to develop a clear vision and mission for the organization’s next decade. This is an opportunity for a passionate, dedicated professional to have a direct, deep impact on the human services sector in DuPage County and to serve as a key resource and thought leader.

Please take a look at the OPPORTUNITY GUIDE AND ONLINE APPLICATION and think of who you might refer for this position. Potential candidates must apply online and include a current resume and cover letter.

Center for Neighborhood Technology – Director, Transportation Program

Overview: The Center for Neighborhood Technology (CNT) works to build more livable and sustainable urban communities. CNT fulfills this mission by delivering game-changing research, data tools and solutions, and on-the-ground demonstrations to address environmental and social challenges and make advocacy successful in neighborhoods across the country. CNT is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation, funded through philanthropic sources, government agencies and service contracts with businesses and government agencies.

Since its founding in 1978, CNT’s work has fueled a generation of community development and learning institutions, earning a reputation as an economic innovator and leader in the field of creative sustainable development. CNT combines rigorous research with effective action to achieve substantial improvements in public policy and private markets across sectors and fields. CNT’s work was recognized with a 2009 MacArthur Award for Creative and Effective Institutions.

See our website for more information at www.cnt.org.

Post Description: CNT is seeking an innovative and committed leader to serve as director of CNT’s transportation program. The organization has a history of leadership in the transportation field and is recognized as a national innovator and effective advocate in the field of environmental justice and transportation equity. CNT has significant analytical strength, as shown in several recent products: the pioneering H+T Index, which demonstrates the hidden transportation costs in housing location decisions; the Right-Size Parking Calculator, which helps communities more realistically plan for parking needs; AllTransit, which compares transit access across the nation; equitable Transit Oriented Development (eTOD), which allows analysis of housing affordability near transit; and Cargo Oriented Development (COD), which demonstrates the use of freight transportation assets to leverage sustainable, industrial redevelopment. CNT also launched one of the nation’s first car-sharing companies, I-Go.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Thought leadership. The transportation director will be responsible for positioning CNT at the forefront of transportation policy discussions, particularly in terms of equity.
  • Program development and management. The transportation director will organize CNT’s various transportation initiatives into a coherent program, and will explore, initiate, and manage discrete projects within the larger program. Responsibilities include developing multi-year goals, annual work plans and budgets, and managing programs and staff.
  • Research and analysis. The transportation director will engage with CNT’s urban analytics department on the production of innovative, original analysis. Strong analytical abilities are a plus, as well as the ability to work with analysts on joint projects. The transportation director will promote the use of CNT’s analytical tools related to transportation and will help guide the design of these tools so that they are as useful to practitioners as possible.
  • Demonstration program management. CNT’s research and analysis are not theoretical but applied to real world cases. The transportation director should be capable of contributing to direct implementation of CNT’s ideas – whether through a new transportation service, a real estate development proposal based around transit or freight assets, or other practical projects.
  • Advocacy and communications. The transportation director will represent CNT externally in a variety of settings – sometimes supporting existing policies and proposals, but sometimes offering criticisms and challenging the status quo.
  • Fundraising and program support. In collaboration with the Managing Director of Development and other senior staff, the transportation director will support fundraising efforts for the program. With support from others at CNT, the transportation director will cultivate new funding opportunities, expand existing funding relationships, seek funding from both philanthropic sources and competitive RFPs, and build productive partnerships with other organizations and companies.

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Illinois Power Agency Seeks Program Managers for New Solar Programs

Overview: The Illinois Power Agency is an independent State Agency created in 2007 to develop electricity and renewable resources procurement plans and to conduct procurement events to ensure adequate, reliable, affordable, efficient, and environmentally sustainable electric service for the default supply customers of Illinois electric utilities. The Agency is growing as it expands its operations to include new programs that promote the development of renewable energy resources.

Post Description: The Illinois Power Agency is seeking two Program Managers to staff solar energy incentive programs that the Agency is launching to support the development of new solar generation across Illinois. This includes the Adjustable Block Program for the development of photovoltaic distributed generation and community solar, and the Illinois Solar for All Program to support solar for low-income households and communities. Please see the attached job description for more information on the duties of the position and the qualifications required.

Key Responsibilities:

1. Serve as primary liaison between Agency and third-party Program Administrator.

2. Serve as a subject matter expert for the Agency on the applicable program’s guidelines and requirements, and on one or more of the following: photovoltaic project development, renewable energy policy, low-income energy and equity issues.

3. Monitor third-party Program Administrator contract deliverables, program performance, budgets, etc. Recommend adjustments and corrective actions as needed.

4. Take primary responsibility for resolution of issues escalated by the Program Administrator to the Agency for review and consideration. Develop recommendations for resolution of significant escalated issues.

5. Review and recommend approval of program materials, reports, and other information submitted by Approved Vendors as needed.

6. Respond to inquiries from the general public, potential program participants, and other stakeholders regarding the applicable program.

7. Prepare presentations and reports related to Agency programs and renewable energy.

8. Research and monitor the state of the photovoltaic industry in Illinois and nationally.

9. Provide support to the development of updates of the Agency’s Long-Term Renewable Resources Procurement Plan.

10. Represent Agency at meetings, workshops, and other events.

11. Perform other tasks as assigned by the Agency Director.

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Environment America- Legislative Director

Environment America seeks a Federal Legislative Director to develop and advocate for policies to build a greener, healthier world. The Federal Legislative Director will work with our staff of researchers, advocates, campaign staff and communications experts to move more campuses, cities and states towards 100% renewable energy, keep more fossil fuels in the ground, ban bee-killing pesticides, stop pollution of our air and water, and protect our public lands.

Environment America is a policy and action group with more than two million members and supporters spread across all 50 states. Our staff have been working for nearly four decades to promote national, state and local policies that put the environment first. For example, we’ve won policies that have resulted in more solar and wind power in 25 states, cleaner cars and power plants nationwide, and better protections for our rivers, streams, lakes and drinking water. With affiliates in 29 states, we run campaigns that not only raise awareness, but win results on the national stage, in states and cities, on the ballot and in the courtroom.

RESPONSIBILITIES

The Federal Legislative Director will:

    • Track and analyze U.S. federal policy issues related to Environment America’s issue portfolio and make recommendations regarding policy positions and messaging;
    • Develop strong and collaborative relationships with federal agencies, partner organizations, coalitions, congressional staff of both parties, and other stakeholders to advance shared goals;
    • Draft and develop legislative proposals and strategies to pass them into law;
    • Draft materials for lawmakers, the public, and the media, and other content to help advance our campaigns, including opinion editorials, press releases, letters to the editor, action campaign emails, factsheets, bill summaries and policy briefs, regulatory comments, analyses, and presentations;
    • Work with our existing staff of advocates and campaign staff to advance our policy goals;
    • Fundraise from charitable foundations and individual donors to support Environment America’s program.

QUALIFICATIONS

The ideal candidate will be:

    • An experienced communicator with excellent writing and verbal communication skills.
    • Creative, effective at solving complex problems, and a strategic thinker.
    • A good people-person/listener with a track record of successful access-building.
    • Well-organized and able to track multiple legislative and administrative proposals.
    • 5 years of experience in advocacy, grassroots organizing, coalition-building and/or campaign politics.

Experience as a legislative advocate within Congress, the State Legislative or another organization is a plus but not required.

COMPENSATION

Target annual compensation for this position is commensurate with the relevant professional experience and/or advanced degrees that a candidate has. Environment America offers a competitive benefits package.

APPLY

To apply, fill out our online application at https://jobs.environmentamerica.org/apply.html. Please address your cover letter to Kyle Larson, Hiring Director.

Visit https://jobs.environmentamerica.org/core-values.html to learn what you should know about the network before you apply.

One of our partners, Work For Progress, is hiring Election Canvass Directors. If you are interested in a short-term position working on the 2018 election to elect candidates who will fight to reverse global warming, get big money out of politics, and help young people deal with the rising cost of college and student debt, apply here https://workforprogress.org/job-board/?entry=464/

Environment America is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, sex, age, disability, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, or veteran status.

The Public Interest Network- Grants Department Fundraiser

Grants Department Fundraiser for The Public Interest Network

Overview

The Public Interest Network is home to more than 16 organizations, including PIRG, Environment America and the National Environmental Law Center. Each of our groups has its own mission, whether it’s environmental litigation, consumer advocacy, research or training new organizers. The 500-plus staff in our network share a vision of a better country, a set of core values about our work, and a coordinated strategic approach to getting things done.

We also share a great track record. Over the past 45 years, our staff have worked on hundreds of projects and campaigns at the local, state, national and corporate levels. Because of the laws and other policies we’ve won, people are buying healthier and safer products, getting more of our energy from the sun and the wind, drinking cleaner water and breathing cleaner air … the list just goes on. But every day brings a new challenge or new opportunity. That’s why right now we’re hiring.

Job Description

The Grants Fundraising Associate will have a key role in our efforts to double our grant and large donor fundraising over the next five years. This additional funding will enable the Public Interest Network to make an even bigger impact on some of the most important problems of our time, as well as recruit and train hundreds more new activists who will work for change for years to come.

To reach this ambitious goal, the Grants Department Fundraiser will represent the Public Interest Network in the funder community, including foundations, major individual donors, and other non-corporate institutions. Specific responsibilities include:

    • Research and identify appropriate foundation and donor prospects;
    • Meet with at least 50 prospective funders annually;
    • Network with the funding community by attending conferences and events;
    • Promote the Public Interest Network through written updates, briefings, and other affinity building activities;
    • Develop, write, and pitch grant proposals;
    • Manage grants raised for the Public Interest Network, including monitoring project progress and reporting to the funder; and
    • Support the grantseeking activities of the Public Interest Network member organization’s staff around the country.

Additionally, the Grants Department Fundraiser will participate in strengthening the Public Interest Network by participating in other capacity building priorities, from recruiting and training staff to phone banking to helping with events.

Location

Los Angeles, CA

Qualifications

We are looking for skilled candidates with a demonstrated commitment to social change and an appreciation of the importance of activism. We’re also looking for candidates that are more motivated by the success of the movement than by individual achievement.

Additionally, top candidates will:

    • Have a bachelor’s degree and at least one year of relevant experience, including some fundraising experience. Advanced degrees, including a JD or masters in related fields, may count toward a candidate’s professional experience;
    • Have excellent expository writing and verbal persuasion skills;
    • Enjoy meeting new people, networking, and cultivating relationships;
    • Be highly goal driven and have a track record of academic success and proven leadership ability;
    • Be flexible, embrace new challenges, have a can-do attitude and strong work ethic;
    • Be willing to travel extensively on a public interest budget and be comfortable with irregular work hours (nighttime events, weekend meetings, etc.);
    • Have demonstrated ability to exercise independent judgment and discretion in solving problems; and
    • Be able to work independently and creatively, as well as take direction and work as part of a team.

The Grants Department Fundraiser position requires a two-year commitment.

Compensation & Benefits

Annual compensation for most candidate ranges between $28,000 and $33,000, but could be higher commensurate with relevant professional experience and/or advanced degrees. The Public Interest Network offers a competitive benefits package, including paid holidays, sick days, and vacation days. Eligible staff may join our group health insurance plan and will have the opportunity to enroll in our college loan assistance and 401(k) program.

To Apply

Visit http://www.publicinterestnetwork.org/page/pin/apply and fill out the online form. If we are interested in interviewing you for the position, we will get back to you within a week. All finalists also will be required to complete a writing test.

The Public Interest Network is a group of organizations that share a vision of a better future, a set of core values, and a strategic approach to making positive change. Visit http://www.publicinterestnetwork.org/core-values.html to learn what you should know about the network before you apply.

The Public Interest Network is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, sex, disability, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity or veteran status. The Public Interest Network will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring.

http://www.publicinterestnetwork.org

The Public Interest Network- Deputy Grants Fundraising Director

Deputy Grants Fundraising Director for The Public Interest Network

Overview

The Public Interest Network is home to more than 16 organizations, including PIRG, Environment America and the National Environmental Law Center. Each of our groups has its own mission, whether it’s environmental litigation, consumer advocacy, research or training new organizers. The 500-plus staff in our network share a vision of a better country, a set of core values about our work, and a coordinated strategic approach to getting things done.

We also share a great track record. Over the past 45 years, our staff have worked on hundreds of projects and campaigns at the local, state, national and corporate levels. Because of the laws and other policies we’ve won, people are buying healthier and safer products, getting more of our energy from the sun and the wind, drinking cleaner water and breathing cleaner air … the list just goes on. But every day brings a new challenge or new opportunity. That’s why right now we’re hiring.

Job Description

The Deputy Director will have a key role in our efforts to double our grant and large donor fundraising over the next five years. This additional funding will enable the Public Interest Network to make an even bigger impact on some of the most important problems of our time, as well as recruit and train hundreds more new activists who will work for change for years to come.

To reach this ambitious goal, the Deputy Director will represent the Public Interest Network in the funder community, including foundations, major individual donors, and other non-corporate institutions. The Deputy Director also will develop short and long term strategies for broadening and deepening our funding base and directly raise money for priority projects and organizations.

    • Specifically, the Deputy Grants Fundraising Director’s responsibilities include:
    • Set fundraising goals, map out and drive forward fundraising objectives with Public Interest Network staff;
    • Research and identify appropriate foundation and donor prospects;
    • Meet with at least 50 prospective funders annually;
    • Network with the funding community by attending conferences and events
    • Promote the Public Interest Network through written updates, briefings, and other affinity building activities;
    • Develop, write, and pitch grant proposals;
    • Manage grants raised for the Public Interest Network, including monitoring project progress and reporting to the funder; and
    • Support the grantseeking activities of the Public Interest Network member organization’s staff around the country.

Additionally, the Deputy Director will participate in strengthening the Public Interest Network by participating in other capacity building priorities, from recruiting and training staff to phone banking to helping with events.

Location

Preferably Los Angeles, CA but would consider other locations for the right candidate

Qualifications

We are looking for skilled candidates with a demonstrated commitment to social change and an appreciation of the importance of activism and organizing. We’re also looking for candidates that are more motivated by the success of the movement than by individual achievement.

Additionally, top candidates will:

    • Have a bachelor’s degree and at least three to five years of relevant experience, and must have some fundraising experience. Advanced degrees, including a JD or masters in related fields, may count toward a candidate’s professional experience
    •  Have exceptional expository writing and verbal persuasion skills, with the ability to translate complex campaigns and programs into targeted fundraising requests;
    • Enjoy meeting new people, networking, and cultivating relationships;
    • Be highly goal driven and have a track record of academic success and proven leadership ability;
    • Be flexible, embrace new challenges, and have a can-do attitude and strong work ethic;
    • Be willing to travel extensively on a public interest budget and be comfortable with irregular work hours (nighttime events, weekend meetings, etc.);
    • Have demonstrated ability to exercise independent judgment and discretion in solving problems; and
    • Be able to work independently and creatively, as well as take direction and work as part of a team.

The Deputy Grants Fundraising Director position requires a two-year commitment.

Compensation & Benefits

Target annual compensation for this position is commensurate with the relevant professional experience and/or advanced degrees that a candidate has. The Public Interest Network offers a competitive benefits package.

To Apply

Visit http://www.publicinterestnetwork.org/page/pin/apply and fill out the online form. If we are interested in interviewing you for the position, we will get back to you within a week. All finalists also will be required to complete a writing test.

Visit http://www.publicinterestnetwork.org/core-values.html to learn what you should know about the network before you apply.

The Public Interest Network is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, sex, disability, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity or veteran status. The Public Interest Network will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring.

http://www.publicinterestnetwork.org

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