Openings with The Nature Conservancy:

  • Executive Assistant to Chief Development Officer – Hiring Manager: Liz Harvey
    Location: San Francisco or Santa Cruz | Closes: February 3
    External job link | LinkedIn
  • Project Director, California Water Program – Hiring Manager: Rodd Kelsey
    Sacramento or Chico | Closes: February 3
    External job link  | LinkedIn
  • Dangermond Environmental Education Fellow – Hiring Manager: Bill Leahy   
    Location: Dangermond Preserve | Closes: January 16
    External job link | LinkedIn
  • Operations Coordinator – Hiring Manager: Caitlin Praetorius
    Location: Los Angeles  | Closes: January 12
    External job link | LinkedIn
  • Donor Communications Officer – Hiring Manager: Rosie Leonetti
    Location: San Francisco preferred | Closes: January 10
    External job link | LinkedIn

LCV is hiring a Congressional Champions Project Associate

    Work Experience: One to two years experience working in digital or online advocacy required; experience working for an elected official, candidate campaign, advocacy organization or issue campaign is preferred. Experience working with social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, and any social media publishing tools. Experience working with an eCRM or graphic design tools like Adobe InDesign or Creative Suite preferred.

    Skills: Strong interpersonal, written and oral communications skills; well-organized; highly attentive to detail; ability to manage multiple tasks in a fast-paced, collaborative environment; ability to multitask without sacrificing quality of work; ability to work across departments to achieve shared goals; solid political judgment; strong critical thinking skills; a sense of teamwork and community; ability to maintain confidentiality; proficiency in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Google Drive.

    Cultural Competence: Shares our commitment to increasing racial diversity in our movement and organization, integrating justice and equity into the work we do and ensuring an inclusive organizational culture. Interest in environmental issues, issue advocacy and electoral campaigns.

    Conditions: Able to work hours exceeding stated office hours to get the job done and willingness to travel up to 20% as needed. This position is based in Washington, DC. 

To Apply: Send a cover letter and resume  to with “Congressional Champions Project Associate” in the subject line no later than January 21, 2020. No phone calls please.

GreenLatinos CAC is hiring!

Use this link to apply to any position listed: https://climate-campaign.quickbase.c…htewnjrr?a=nwr

  • Climate Action Campaign Operations Fellowship – The Climate Action Campaign Fellowship is an intern program designed to immerse its participants in the environmental advocacy field. Assignments vary and are designed to both support the campaign with its mission to support action on climate change and assist the fellow with his/her professional growth.
  • Digital Director – The Digital Director plays a key role in leading the development of digital strategies, departmental management, and consultant management for a coalition of advocacy organizations focused on spurring action at the federal and state levels to address climate change.
  • Executive Assistant – The executive assistant will be responsible for supporting office operations and serving as assistant to the campaign director.
  • Government Affairs Director – The Government Affairs Director is responsible for working closely with CAC stakeholders to develop and implement a legislative strategy to advance the campaign’s goals.
  • Reporting Manger – The CAC reporting manager maintains and develops tools that track campaign activity and facilitate office workflows, supports the development and monitoring of annual campaign metrics, and develops written materials to communicate to various stakeholders and allies about campaign activity, outcomes, and successes.

Mono Lake Committee is Hiring!

API Forward Movement:

Urban Forestry with TreePeople

“We have 4 Urban Forestry job openings for strong well trained folks who want to plant trees. If you know of any good candidates- or know someone that does- they can apply online and contact our Project Director Juan Solomon:”

 Urban Forester Job Opening

Research Assistant, Energy and Environment

Summary: American Progress has an immediate opening for a Research Assistant for Public Lands to conduct research and analysis related to land, water, and wildlife policy. The ideal candidate will have strong writing skills, an attention to detail, and familiarity with energy and environmental policy.

Click here for more information :Research Assistant, Energy and Environment 

Teacher’s Assistant / FT- AmeriCorps Volunteer Service Member- Math & Science

I wanted to share an AmeriCorps 10-month volunteering opportunity working as a Teacher’s Assistant for South Bay Workforce Investment Board YouthBuild (SBWIB YouthBuild). SBWIB YouthBuild serves low-income areas with high school education, leadership and life skills to disadvantaged youth in targeted communities. The opportunity comes with a $1,400 monthly stipend and a $6,000 educational stipend. The application is attached. Please share this with anybody that you think may be interested.

More information here

2 positions with The Nature Conservancy: Education Fellow and Visitation Manager for the Jack and Laura Dangermond Preserve

  • Dangermond Preserve Education Fellow (link)
  • Dangermond Preserve Visitation Manager (link)

The Angeles Chapter is seeking a Senior Chapter Director.  

The Chapter represents the 43,000+ members of the Sierra Club located in 2 southern California counties:  Los Angeles and Orange. It features desert, mountain, and coastal areas surrounding one of the most densely-populated urban centers in the country.  The region includes some of the most liberal districts as well as some of the most conservative, some of the wealthiest and some of the poorest areas.  Both Latinx and Asian populations are represented in large numbers. Affordable housing, homelessness, traffic congestion, air quality, sustainable water supplies, encroaching development on our wild lands, and an entrenched fossil fuel industry are some of the issues facing the Angeles Chapter.  We are a microcosm of the world’s challenges in confronting the effects of climate change. The Senior Chapter Director has the chance to grow a strong grassroots organization in building a more sustainable, equitable, and inclusive future not just for the Sierra Club, but for all the residents of this area.  There are many challenges, but an abundance of opportunities for the right candidate. The full job description can be viewed here:

Latino Heritage Internship Program APPLICATIONS DUE FEB.7