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Energy Action Coalition. |
|Job Type:||Full Time|
|Experience Required:||2-3 years|
|State/Province:||DC - District of Columbia|
LOCATION: Washington, DC
ABOUT ENERGY ACTION COALITION
Founded in June 2004 by youth climate leaders, the Energy Action Coalition (EAC) mobilizes the collective power of the millennial generation to stop climate change and create a just, clean energy future and resilient, thriving communities for all. The 30 partners and allies of Energy Action Coalition work together to leverage our collective power and create change for a clean, efficient, just and renewable energy future. Energy Action Coalition is one of the preeminent youth grassroots organizing forces in the country. The work of Energy Action Coalition is focused on four strategic areas: campuses, communities, corporate practices, and politics. To learn more visithttp://www.energyactioncoalition.org/
TAR SANDS CAMPAIGN ORGANIZER
The Energy Action Coalition Tar Sands Campaign Organizer coordinates the Energy Action Coalition’s campaign to stop the Keystone XL Tar Sands pipeline. The Tar Sands Campaign Organizer develops and implements online and offline campaign tactics with youth leaders and organizational partners across the country that builds the growing student and youth movement to stop tar sands oil development. This includes coordinating youth turn out to hearings and events in key states, supporting field organizers, and implementing a unified campaign strategy to pressure President Obama to “veto” any approval of the Keystone XL Tar Sands pipeline.
Scope: The Tar Sands Campaign Organizer works with Energy Action Coalition partner organizations and youth volunteer leaders to coordinate efforts and build media and grassroots momentum around this campaign.
KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS:
Send a resume and cover letter to email@example.com. Please include “Tar Sands Campaign Organizer” in your email subject line.
Energy Action Coalition is an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to engaging the skills and leadership of people of color, low-income persons, LGBT persons, differently-abled people, and other people from diverse backgrounds. People from these and other historically marginalized backgrounds and communities are strongly encouraged to apply.