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Ann Arbor for Public Power Executive Director | Remote in Ann Arbor, MI

Are you passionate about fighting climate change and energized by the idea of democratizing energy? If so, we have an enticing opportunity for you! Join us at A2P2, Ann Arbor for Public Power as our Executive Director and contribute to establishing a renewable, public-owned electricity utility in Ann Arbor. In this pivotal role, you'll utilize your non-profit experience to keep us organized and ensure effective communication, both internally and externally. Your contribution will be instrumental in our mission to achieve 100% renewable public power in Ann Arbor. Take this chance to make a real impact and help us create a brighter, greener future!

Field Canvass Directors | Multiple Locations

As a newly hired director, you will embark on a comprehensive four to six-month field training program, working closely with experienced directors to learn our successful fundraising model and gain hands-on experience. Throughout your time with us, you will receive continuous support from our regional management staff. By the end of your first year, you will have acquired the skills needed to effectively run grassroots campaigns, including fundraising, donor recruitment, campaign communications, and staff management. Join us and make a meaningful impact on our organization and the communities we serve.

Field Canvass Internship | Multiple Locations

Calling all changemakers and aspiring advocates! Clean Water Action is now accepting applications for its fall or winter 2023/2024 internship program. Gain hands-on experience in the realms of politics, communications, and advocacy, while working alongside our dedicated professional outreach team. As an intern, you'll actively engage the public, igniting their passion for critical national and state campaigns to protect clean water, combat climate change, expose the impacts of oil and gas production, and discover safer alternatives to toxic chemicals.

Field Canvass Organizer | Multiple Locations

Clean Water Action invites you to join our dynamic team as we open applications for Field Canvass Organizers. As a community organizer, you will collaborate closely with our professional outreach team to ignite meaningful change at the local, state, and national levels. Through engaging communities, educating the public, and building vital support, you will empower individuals to take action on crucial issues. Moreover, we prioritize your career development, providing exciting opportunities for travel and comprehensive management training.

Community Organizer: Phone

Clean Water Action is currently hiring community organizers to call our existing members and develop long-term sustaining donors for Clean Water Action's environmental work. Our phone team educates members on our work, fundraises, and gets commitments to take action on current campaigns.

Full-time Coordinator | New Jersey (Hybrid)

As a coordinator, you'll empower residents and local groups to take action against the disproportionate threats faced by low-income communities and communities of color due to goods movement. From ports and trucks to warehouses and last-mile delivery, you'll play a vital role in advocating for healthier and more sustainable solutions. Come join our team and help us create a healthier future for all!

Climate Justice Policy Advocate | Boston, MA

Clean Water Action and Clean Water Fund are hiring a full-time organizer in our Boston office to support the organizations’ Massachusetts campaigns to combat climate change, promote environmental justice and ensure all communities have access to affordable clean energy. The Climate Justice Policy Advocate will press for statewide reforms and local projects by working in coalition and organizing Clean Water members to fight for clean energy and climate justice in Massachusetts.

DC Program Coordinator | Washington, DC (Hybrid)

Clean Water Action and Clean Water Fund are seeking a full-time Program Coordinator to help implement our programs in the District of Columbia and Northern Virginia under the supervision of the National Field Director. This role involves developing and implementing campaigns in the region, including legislative and electoral campaigns, community organizing, policy development, research, and public education programs.

Energy Justice Outreach Organizer | Waterbury, CT

Clean Water Fund is hiring a part-time Energy Justice Outreach Organizer to conduct an outreach and education campaign on energy efficiency in Waterbury, Connecticut. . The Outreach Energy Justice Organizer will conduct direct outreach, community engagement and help low-income residents take advantage of the energy efficiency program. The Energy Justice Outreach Organizer will carry out the program in collaboration with Clean Water Fund’s CT team and local Waterbury partners.

Finance & Development Associate | Remote in Pittsburgh, PA

Clean Water is seeking to hire a part-time Finance & Development Associate to support the organizations’ programmatic activities in Pennsylvania. Our priorities in PA include protecting families from exposure to hazardous chemicals such as lead and PFAS and working both locally and state-wide to promote environmental justice by ending the disproportionate burden of pollution that communities of color and low-income neighborhoods face.

ReThink Disposable Program Director | Oakland, CA

Clean Action is looking for a dedicated Zero Waste leader with expertise in direct business engagement and project management to lead our California ReThink Disposable Program. ReThink Disposable is a data-driven waste reduction program that works with governments, businesses, institutions, and consumers to prioritize reusable food service items to conserve resources, reduce costs for small businesses and prevent waste and litter.

New Jersey Environmental Justice Organizer | New Jersey

Clean Water Action and Clean Water Fund are seeking a New Jersey Environmental Justice (EJ) Organizer to plan and implement community mobilization strategies that enable residents to build their own political power. In this way, people can achieve community-driven solutions to environmental injustices, create healthy neighborhoods and make a real difference in people’s lives. State and local EJ campaigns will focus on the cumulative and disproportionate threats and adverse impacts from pollution, energy, goods movement, and climate change.