ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE CAMPAIGN MANAGER
To apply, send a resume & cover letter to [email protected]
OPEN UNTIL FILLED
INTERVIEWS WILL START FRIDAY AUGUST 27TH
Compensation: $40,000-$50,000 Depending On Experience, 4 Weeks Annual Paid Time Off, Health Benefit
Hours: 40 Hours/Week Evening & Weekend Hours Required
Location: Santa Fe
Earth Care is a community-based organization founded in 2001 that trains and supports youth and community leaders working to advance social, environmental, and climate justice and equity in northern New Mexico. Projects and campaigns our members have organized include: YUCCA (Youth United for Climate Crisis Action), the Santa Fe Mutual Aid Network, Abriendo Puertas parent leadership academy, and many more.
The Campaign Manager will lead the development and execution of Earth Care’s environmental justice and community development organizing campaigns by providing campaign development & planning, managing teams for success, cultivating partnerships & movement building opportunities, and developing campaign resources. In addition to supporting campaign organizing design and execution, the Campaign Manager will support the administrative back/end needs of the campaign including policy research and analysis, mentorship of organizing teams and youth and parent leaders, fund development, and development and management of administrative systems.
- Co-lead the strategic planning process for all Earth Care organizing campaigns
- Develop and manage detailed work plans for campaign execution
- Direct action design and logistical support including staging, messaging, recon, action coordination, press management, scripting, volunteer coordination, etc.
- Co-design and organize events
- Track, research and develop relevant public policy proposals
- Mentor, train, and supervise youth and parent organizers
- Design organizing strategies and manage engagement activities for each campaign
- Cultivate and manage coalition and steering committee partnerships
- Manage campaign programming execution including team roles and preparation, guest speakers, transportation, space set-up, food, etc.
- Base building management - supervise organizing team’s outreach work and participant tracking
- Prepare training materials/agendas/scripts/workshops
- Work with the Communications Team, led by the Communications Organizer to develop a communications plan for each campaign including framing, messaging, and communications deliverables
- Contribute input to communications review and design including press releases, statements, website, calls to action, outreach materials, etc
- Resource Development & Fundraising support for campaigns
- Draft grant proposals and grant reports
- Contribute to the strategic direction of the organization as a member of staff leadership
- Support the team and help create a positive work/organizational culture
- Help staff organization-wide events
- Represent the organization in the community with awareness toward networking opportunities/relationship cultivation and movement building
- Personal investment in and commitment to Earth Care’s mission to educate and empower youth and families to create healthy, just, and sustainable communities
- Passion and commitment to social, economic, racial, and environmental justice
- At least 3 years experience in organizing (such as grassroots organizing, labor, or political organizing) and/or community-based program administration/management (or equivalent)
- Knowledge and experience with the issues facing youth, BIPOC (Black Indigenous, People of Color), and working class communities and experience supporting community-led solutions
- Strong organizational and executive skills: ability to navigate competing demands, to prioritize, and to meet deadlines.
- Technical writing and research skills
- Strong strategic and critical thinking skills
- Strong communication skills both written and verbal
- Ability to self-initiate and work independently with minimum supervision and oversight
- A commitment to ongoing personal and professional reflection and growth
- Bilingual/Bicultural, Spanish and English preferred
- Ability to work non-traditional hours and days