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About Stand.earth

Stand.earth is a nonprofit environmental organization working to create a world where respect for people and the environment comes first. Our campaigns challenge destructive corporate and governmental practices, demand accountability, and create solutions that support all of us — and the environment and climate we depend upon. Stand’s strategic approach and fierce determination have yielded extraordinary results: Since 1999, we’ve secured the protection of 65 million acres of wilderness, shifted billions of dollars of corporate purchasing toward responsible options, and changed the environmental practices of more than 100 major U.S. corporations. Stand.earth operates in the United States and Canada.

Stand recognizes and respects the sovereignty of First Nations and tribes, as well as the rights of Indigenous Peoples and frontline communities. These communities are often first and most directly impacted, and they provide critical leadership in developing solutions. 

Pollution, climate change, and corporations’ bad behavior disproportionately hurts the most marginalized people in society — including people of color, people from working class backgrounds, people with disabilities, women and LGBTQ+ people. To develop transformative solutions, these communities must be centered in the work we do. Hence, we strongly encourage applications from people with these identities or who are members of other historically marginalized communities. If you require assistance applying to any of these opportunities, please contact equalopportunity@stand.earth.

Available positions:

 

Digital Campaigner

We are hiring a Digital Campaigner to take on a key role in mobilizing the Stand.earth online community to put pressure on financial institutions that are bankrolling fossil fuels. Through creative and strategic digital actions that inspire and engage our community, we can move the financial industry to shift its investments into climate-safe solutions.

If you are passionate about Stand’s mission and are ready to join a highly collaborative team of digital campaigners, then read on! This might be the perfect role for you.

We encourage applicants to apply by August 16, 2021. This position is open until filled.

The Position

The Digital Campaigner will join Stand’s growing digital team and contribute to developing engaging and effective digital tactics. The position’s focus will primarily be on supporting Stand’s Climate Finance campaign but will intersect with other digital initiatives across the organization. Reporting to the Digital Innovation Director, this is a full-time, exempt position. The starting salary range for this position is $50,000 to $60,000 USD or $65,000 to $75,000 CAD. Stand offers an excellent package of employee and health benefits. The location for this position is for the time being fully remote in Canada or the United States. The role may shift to one of our hub offices later on.

Position Responsibilities

  • Engage our online community through strong strategy and the creation of advocacy and fundraising emails, texting campaigns and social media content.
  • Create strategy and plan for digital outreach for our Climate Finance campaign that aims to shift investments from fossil fuel projects into climate-safe solutions.
  • Support the Climate Safe Pension Network (CSPN), which is focusing on divesting pension funds from fossil fuels, with creative digital tactics, trainings, and strategic guidance and maintain the CSPN website.
  • Build relationships and collaborate with other organizations in the advocacy space in Canada and the US to maximize the impact of our campaigns.
  • Hone and implement a unique online voice for Stand’s digital audience, in consultation with the digital and communication teams.
  • Stay up-to-date on the latest digital trends and, as a member of the Digital Innovation and Analytics team, contribute to bringing new digital and communication tactics into our campaigns.
  • Work with our data analyst to test, implement and review digital strategies, providing strategic recommendations based on outcomes.
  • Maintain a high level of quality assurance for all digital content.

Required Skills

  • Passion for creating and growing an engaged online community campaigning in a rapid-response environment.
  • Great writing skills and the ability to create content in a timely fashion
  • Strong copy-editing skills and attention to detail.
  • Graphic design and video editing skills and/or experience working with designers and artists to craft effective, evocative multimedia advocacy content.
  • Experience with social media management on Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin.
  • Commitment to build and maintain external relationships with partner or allied organizations in order to amplify Stand’s online campaign work.
  • Experience creating petitions, events and campaigns using CRM advocacy tools such as Engaging Networks or comparable.

Desired, but not required

  • Campaigning experience in climate finance or related issues.
  • Knowledge of HTML, CSS and JavaScript.
  • Experience with online fundraising.
  • Experience growing email lists organically and/or through paid channels.
  • Experience working in a team that spans multiple offices in multiple cities.
  • Experience in, or knowledge of, community organizing.

To Apply

Please send a 1-page cover letter and resume to digitalcampaigner@stand.earth with your name in the subject line and on each attachment. In your cover letter, tell us what’s motivating you to apply, what skills or expertise you have that will be most important in this role, and which of the “desired, but not required” qualifications you possess (Of course, we don’t expect you to have them all). Please also make sure to let us know how you heard about this position. The recruitment and interview process includes a time-bound digital task and two rounds of interviews. No phone calls, please. Only those who will be interviewed will be contacted.

 

Associate Director, Donor Engagement

Stand.earth is experiencing unprecedented growth, more than doubling in size since 2019. As we enter a new era of our organization's history, we are seeking a fundraising and engagement professional to design and build a multi-year program to exponentially increase investment in Stand.earth’s vision for large-scale progress for environmental justice and to sustain a deeply engaged community of high-level individual donors.

If you’ve got solid experience working with and cultivating high-net-worth individuals, are passionate about directing the immense wealth in our world to sustain globally significant ecological systems and the people who live there, and you get excited about creating authentic experiences that motivate and connect people to think deeply about their connections to large-scale change, then this might be the perfect job for you.

You will be joining an international team of strategists, negotiators, campaigners, and activists that achieves outsized results and is bursting with creativity, innovation, and untapped potential. Stand.earth has built industry leading fundraising, digital innovation, and knowledge management teams which have doubled our community to more than 500,000 active members who are increasingly converting to new donors.

Stand.earth is committed to engaging in the process of decolonization. We also have long standing commitments to Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI). These commitments touch all of our programs. The Associate Director, Donor Engagement, will be expected to understand and embrace these concepts and incorporate them into the design and execution of our expanded work with major investors.

Your work will be guided by Stand.earth’s Cultural Principles and a strong donor-first orientation. Consistency, honesty, transparency, follow-through, justice, service, dedication, creativity, and innovation. If these keywords resonate, then Stand.earth might be the right place for you.

We encourage applicants to apply by June 15, 2021. This position is open until filled.

The Position

The Associate Director, Donor Engagement will report to Stand.earth's Development Director and collaborate closely with the Executive Team and senior campaign staff.

This is a full-time exempt position with excellent benefits. Salary will be commensurate with experience and location, and will likely be within the range of $75,000 to $85,000 USD or $90,000 to $100,000 CAD.

Ideally, this role will be based in the US but we are open to international candidates who are comfortable working Pacific, Mountain or Eastern time zones. To start, the role will be remote from the comfort of the candidate's own home. There may also be the option to work out of one of our hub offices.

Key Responsibilities

In close coordination with Stand.earth’s Chief Communications Officer and Development Director:

  • Leadership & Vision: Manage the design and implementation of an inspiring 3-5 year plan for expansion of Stand.earth’s funder network with a goal of multi-year, scalable growth from major donors; create an authentic, high-touch donor experience that builds long-term relationships based on trust and engages a funder community based on affinity and shared values; assess the potential for major gifts work in new markets in the United States & Canada (and internationally over time); provide mentorship and direction to Stand.earth staff and Board members to support their cultivation and solicitation of major donors; manage a personal relationship portfolio individual major donors for whom you lead gift solicitations;
  • Management & Direction: Manage the design of all aspects of Stand.earth’s major donor program in the US & Canada; establish and communicate priorities clearly, plan and direct projects and activities; oversee lead development, implement prospect research system, direct cultivation activity calendar, as well as manage individual gifts revenue planning and metrics reporting; improve collection and utilization of meaningful data in Salesforce CRM to enhance major donor prospecting and cultivation; conceive and deliver donor cultivation & solicitation events as well as adventure trips to key campaign-related locations (for example Amazon Rainforest, Ecuador/Great Bear Rainforest, BC Canada).
  • Communications & Marketing: Work as a thought partner with Development and Communications teams to create messaging that conveys the organization’s strategy, impact, and goals to a major donor audience; draft and edit strategic communications, including case statements, donor updates, marketing materials, and supporting documents. Produce and deliver individual and group presentations.

Who you’ll be

  • Proven experience building authentic connections with investors and successfully securing major (6 to 7 figure) financial commitments in support of mission-driven causes
  • Demonstrated commitment to philanthropic work with a clearly defined approach to philanthropy, leadership and the values of the communities we represent
  • Good judgement and discretion when dealing with high profile major donors to ensure their ongoing relationship with Stand.earth and to protect the confidential aspects of their relationship with the organization
  • Deep knowledge of individual giving best practices, protocols, and innovations
  • Experience mentoring and supporting Board members and senior staff in fundraising efforts
  • Outstanding oral, written, communication and presentation skills—including storytelling and narrative creation, and the ability to listen and target communication to specific interests of varied audiences
  • Comfortable working in an entrepreneurial, and primarily virtual, team environment where ideas, rapid response, and follow-through are core team values
  • Committed to equity, racial justice, authentic communications, standing up for impacted communities, and continual learning
  • Passionate about climate justice and environmental protection, and juiced up by the thought of convincing governments and corporations to make meaningful and lasting change Ability to navigate complex challenges with self-awareness and composure
  • Experience and familiarity with CRMs (Salesforce preferred) and project management
  • Acute attention to detail in the form of revenue planning, donor activity plans, and audience/interest segmentation

There isn’t a formal educational requirement for the role, and there will be opportunities for learning and professional development.

To Apply

Please send a 1-page cover letter, resume or CV, and a combination of three redacted fundraising writing or presentation samples (e.g. a brief, solicitation letter/pitch, concept note or proposal, presentation, meeting briefing, or planning documents; please limit each sample to four pages or less) to assocdirdonorengagement@stand.earth with your name in the subject line and on the file name of each attachment. In your cover letter, tell us what’s motivating you to apply for this position and what you would bring with you to advance the mission and community of Stand.earth. Please also make sure to let us know how you heard about this position. The recruitment and interview process includes a time-bound anonymous skills assessment and three rounds of interviews. No phone calls, please. Only those who will be interviewed will be contacted.

 

Communications Director

We are hiring a Communications Director to lead our communications department, and help us hold some of the world’s biggest corporate and government polluters to account. Over the past two years, Stand.earth’s campaigns to shift polluting industries, protect biodiversity hotspots, and transition communities off fossil fuels have grown in size and scope – and we’re looking for someone who can help us significantly scale up our reach and impact across both traditional and digital media.

If you’re just as comfortable developing a big vision for strategic communications and pitching stories, you love leading teams and mentoring other staff, and you’re passionate about large-scale transformative solutions to the climate crisis, then read on! This might be the perfect role for you.

We encourage applicants to apply by June 15, 2021 This position is open until filled.

The Position

The Communications Director is a new position at Stand. They will be an expert in their field, fueled by a passion to win campaigns by engaging a variety of audiences through traditional and digital media. Reporting to the Chief Communications Officer (CCO), the Communications Director will play a key role leading our communications department. They will also be embedded within a few highly collaborative campaign teams that include campaigners, organizers, digital staff and other communications staff.

This is a full-time exempt position with excellent benefits. Salary will be commensurate with experience and location, and will likely be within the range of $85,000 to $110,000 USD.

Ideally, this role will be based in the US but we are open to international candidates who are comfortable working Pacific, Mountain or Eastern time zones. To start, the role will be remote from the comfort of the candidate's own home. There may also be the option to work out of one of our hub offices.

Key Responsibilities

  • Develop and manage the implementation of an international communication strategy to build corporate, political and societal influence for Stand.earth
  • Lead and manage a highly collaborative communications team (currently two full-time communications managers, and a portfolio of contractors), holding responsibility for the budget and planning process
  • Manage the development of media strategies for our suite of campaigns, with focused work on specific campaigns like SAFE Cities, Amazon Rainforest or our Fashion/Coal Campaign campaigns
  • Oversee external strategic communications efforts targeted at increasing Stand.earth's media profile and impact through storytelling, long-form pitching and other proactive and reactive media tactics
  • Work collaboratively with the CCO and brand experts to ensure Stand’s public communications across all channels are aligned with the organization’s strategic plan and are consistent with building Stand.earth’s brand
  • Build long-term relationships with reporters relevant to your campaign work — including media outlets in the US and internationally, with a focus on Europe and South America — and train and support other communications staff and campaigners to do the same
  • Act as an ambassador on behalf of Stand.earth by representing the organization at key events, both internally and externally, and serving as one of Stand.earth’s primary storytellers
  • Monitor media coverage and analyze media trends, regularly reporting back to staff on press related to our work and organization
  • Lead on creating compelling and creative campaign content for media across your portfolio of campaigns, and support the department on other campaigns — including press releases, blogs, op-eds, and talking points
  • Work with the Digital Director of Campaign Strategies to shape the digital storytelling for the organization across all our social media accounts

Who you’ll be

  • Experienced in communications or public relations, with a proven track record of at least 8 years of identifying and pursuing opportunities that land high-profile media coverage
  • Demonstrated ability to develop and nurture strong professional relationships across the organization as well as with external stakeholders and journalists
  • A great written and verbal communicator and strong copy editor with experience succinctly conveying complex messages, and develop creative and strategic content that meets campaign goals
  • Familiar with the international and US media landscape, with relationships with journalists from key outlets that cover political, environment, corporate, climate change and Indigenous issues
  • An effective and supportive manager, who can foster a positive and collaborative team environment while helping manage your team’s workload by setting and tracking key priorities Comfortable working in an entrepreneurial, and primarily virtual, work environment where ideas, rapid response, and follow-through are core team values
  • Passionate about climate justice and environmental protection, and juiced up by the thought of convincing governments and corporations to make meaningful and lasting change
  • Committed to equity, racial justice, authentic communications, and continual learning
  • Once the threat of COVID has passed, you’ll need to be able to travel up to 20% of the time

There isn’t a formal educational requirement for the role, and there will be opportunities for learning and professional development.

In addition, it’s nice but not essential for you to have some of the following skills or experiences:

  • Experienced at developing targeted communication strategies for Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and other social media outlets.
  • Deep familiarity with the media landscape and reporter relationships in California.
  • Familiarity with the media landscape and reporter relationships in Ecuador and Peru.
  • Strong skills in graphic design, photography and/or video editing.
  • Experienced using Meltwater, Cision or a similar media monitoring platform.
  • HTML and web editing experience.
  • Fluency in spoken and written Spanish.
  • Experience working or volunteering on issues of climate, environmental protection and/or environmental justice, corporate accountability and in particular working on campaigns to stop fossil fuel projects.
  • Experience in, or knowledge of, community organizing, or experience working closely with communities affected by our campaigning issues, including people at the front lines of extractives mega-projects and in particular Indigenous communities.

To Apply

Please send a 1-page cover letter and resume to commsdirector@stand.earth with your name in the subject line and on the file name of each attachment. In your cover letter, tell us what’s motivating you to apply for this role, which reporter relationships you would bring with you to our work, and which of the ‘nice to have’ qualifications you’ve got (we certainly don’t expect you to have them all!). Please also make sure to let us know how you heard about this position. The recruitment and interview process includes a time-bound anonymous skills assessment and two rounds of interviews. No phone calls, please. Only those who will be interviewed will be contacted.

 

Human Resources Manager

We are hiring a Human Resources (HR) Manager to take on a key role providing support and guidance to our 50+ member international team. This position is crucial to Stand’s organizational health and our ability to deliver on our mission and vision.

If you are passionate about Stand’s mission and would find purpose and fulfillment in stewarding a culture that promotes clarity and care for a team of innovative, powerful change makers, then read on! This might be the perfect role for you.

We encourage applicants to apply by August 9, 2021. This position is open until filled.

The Position

Reporting to the Director of HR and Operations, the HR Manager plays a key role in Stand.earth’s HR department. The HR Manager will coordinate and implement organization-wide hiring and benefits that align with best practices in the field and fully support the organizational culture of Stand for our team members in the United States, Canada and other international locations. This is a full-time, exempt position. The starting salary range for this position is $60,000-$67,000 USD or $70,000-$85,000 CAD. Stand offers an excellent package of employee and health benefits. The location for this position is for the time being fully remote. Later on this role may shift to one of our hub offices.

Responsibilities

  • Maintain and track Stand.earth’s HR policies and procedures (handbook, bereavement, compensation, hiring, etc). Implement updates and changes as requested by the Director and ensure alignment across international locations
  • Conduct and manage very active recruitment, hiring, payroll and benefits
  • Analyze and monitor all payroll and employee benefits programs in partnership with the Director and our professional employment organizations, TriNet and Globalization Partners, to ensure that we are providing a suite of benefits and compensation for our employees that represent organizational values and principles
  • Maintain complete, accurate, and up-to-date personnel files for all employees
  • Prepare hire letters for new employees for review and approval by the Director
  • Collaborate closely with Director on compensation philosophy adherence, maintenance and updates
  • Partner with the Director to coordinate and deliver benefits programs, including FSA, health plans, COBRA, and PTO accrual programs
  • Process and submit workers compensation and unemployment claims in close partnership with the Director and Trinet
  • Prepare employee separation notices and employee status change documentation for review and approval by the Director
  • Other HR projects and duties as assigned by the Director

Required qualifications

  • Three to five years experience in nonprofit Human Resources or similar applicable professional experience.
  • Demonstrated experience working with Professional Employer Organizations (PEOs) especially in a global setting (Trinet and/or Globalization Partners experience a plus)
  • Very high level interpersonal skills and the ability to navigate conflict skillfully
  • Demonstrated ability to manage highly sensitive information and maintain confidentiality
  • Participation in Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) trainings or direct experience with JEDI programs in a nonprofit setting
  • Experience managing HR needs for remote employees and/or international staff
  • Intermediate math skills as demonstrated by the ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, commissions, proportions, and percentages; and apply concepts of basic algebra and geometry
  • Strong reasoning skills as demonstrated by the ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions
  • Excellent communication skills as demonstrated by the ability to read, analyze, and interpret complex documents; ability to respond effectively to the most sensitive inquiries or complaints
  • High degree of organization and time management
  • Proven ability to think strategically and tactically while also managing details
  • Ability and willingness to operate across a continuum of activities, from the strategic to the routine
  • Computer proficiency in basic computer applications, including spreadsheet, word processing, internet and payroll software
  • Comfortable working in a fast-paced and ever-changing environment

Desirable, but not required qualifications

  • Trained in conflict resolution and/or feedback & inquiry processes
  • Ability to make effective and persuasive presentations to management, public groups, and/or boards of directors
  • Advanced skills with Powerpoint and/or Excel
  • Basic understanding of information technology including networking, tech support coordination, phone and email systems, as well as familiarity with PC and Mac software

Personal characteristics

  • Commitment to and/or strong interest in the mission of Stand
  • Confidence and creativity
  • Maturity of judgment and operating talent to achieve credibility and influence with senior management team members, staff members, and peer organizations
  • Committed to the values of equity, authentic communication, and inclusiveness
  • A sense of humour and ability to find fulfillment and purpose in supporting a dynamic team

To Apply

Please send a 1-page cover letter and resume to HRManager@stand.earth with your name in the subject line and on each attachment. In your cover letter, tell us what’s motivating you to apply, what skills or expertise you have that will be most important in this role, and which of the “desired, but not required” qualifications you possess (of course, we don’t expect you to have them all). Please also make sure to let us know how you heard about this position. The recruitment and interview process includes a time-bound skills assessment and two rounds of interviews. No phone calls, please. Only those who will be interviewed will be contacted.

 

SAFE Cities – International Senior Campaigner

Stand.earth is experiencing unprecedented growth, more than doubling in size since 2019. As we enter a new era of our organization's history, we are seeking an International Senior Campaigner for our SAFE Cities campaign, to help build a global directed network of sustainable urban mobility advocates, focused on decarbonizing fleets and streets.

This position will be focused on building a network across North America, and will collaborate with counterparts in multiple leading organizations operating in Europe and India. The success of this core team’s work will be visible when network members benefit from their cumulative knowledge and experience, magnify their individual voices, and bundle their power on joint campaign targets. 

If you are a seasoned campaigner able to infect others with your enthusiasm for collective impact, and ready to listen to and serve them so that they can excel, then this might be the perfect job for you. 
Stand.earth is committed to engaging in the process of decolonization. We also have long standing commitments to Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI). These commitments touch all of our programs. The International Senior Campaigner, will be expected to understand and embrace these concepts and incorporate them into the design and execution of our expanded work with SAFE Cities. 
Your work will be guided by Stand.earth’s Cultural Principles and a strong strategic orientation. Consistency, honesty, transparency, follow-through, justice, service, dedication, creativity, and innovation. If these keywords resonate, then Stand.earth might be the right place for you. 

We encourage applicants to apply by July 14, 2021. This position is open until filled.

About Stand.earth

Stand.earth is a nonprofit environmental organization working to create a world where respect for people and the environment comes first. Our campaigns challenge destructive corporate and governmental practices, demand accountability, and create solutions that support all of us — and the environment and climate upon which we depend. Stand’s strategic approach and fierce determination have yielded extraordinary results: Since 2000, we’ve secured the protection of 65 million acres of wilderness, shifted billions of dollars of corporate purchasing toward responsible options, and transformed the environmental practices of more than 100 major U.S. corporations. Stand.earth operates in the United States and Canada.

Stand recognizes and respects the sovereignty of First Nations and tribes, as well as the rights of Indigenous Peoples and frontline communities. These communities are often first and most directly impacted by environmental pollution and climate change, and they provide critical leadership in developing solutions. 

Pollution, climate change, and corporations’ bad behavior disproportionately hurts the most marginalized people in society — including people of color, people from working class backgrounds, people with disabilities, women and LGBTQ+ people. To develop transformative solutions, these communities must be centered in the work we do. Hence, we strongly encourage applications from people with these identities or who are members of other historically marginalized communities. If you require assistance applying to this opportunity, please contact equalopportunity@stand.earth.

The Position

The International Senior Campaigner will report to Stand.earth's SAFE Cities Director and collaborate closely with campaign staff and our international network. This position is responsible for building a network across North America, shaping and implementing campaign strategy, communicating through traditional and digital channels, coordinating with allies and partners and movement building with frontline community organizations. This position will work closely with the communication and digital teams.
This is a full-time exempt position with excellent benefits. Salary will be commensurate with experience and location, and will likely be within the range of $54,000 to $75,000 USD or $70,000 to $87,000 CAD.  

This role can be based anywhere in North America, working in Pacific, Mountain or Eastern time zones. To start, the role will be remote from the comfort of the candidate's own home. There may also be the option to work out of a hub office.

Key Responsibilities:

Network design, growth, and management

  • Recruit and onboard new members to join the directed network; 
  • Communicate and cultivate relationships with existing members and facilitate interaction and cooperation between them, including through virtual convenings; regularly report back on project progress to internal stakeholders.
  • Co-design, commission and oversee contracts for services and products benefiting the network (e.g. reports, websites etc.); 
  • Contribute to setting up a communications platform and a resource hub facilitating mutual learning and support between network members
  • Establish and maintain links with relevant actors of social justice movements and ensure equity aspects are integrated into all aspects of the network’s activities. 

Strategy development, campaign implementation, and communications

  • Contribute to creative strategy and planning processes to engage corporate and governmental decision makers; 
  • Contribute to and/or produce a variety of external communication materials, including blogs, digital campaign content, articles, speeches, and social media posts, in close collaboration with campaigners and wider staff in network
  • Help coordinate and in certain cases lead on the network’s joint regional or global activities, tactics and strategies, which may include the publication and dissemination of reports or similar outputs, the development of media and digital engagement strategies, or the organizing of joint days of action; 

Administration

  • Carries out project evaluation and reporting to funders in collaboration with the team
  • Support, as needed, fundraising and communication efforts for the campaign

Who you’ll be 

  • Fluency and proficiency in English, both in speaking and writing
  • Minimum of 5-7 years experience designing and leading international campaigns in the environmental or social justice sector, ideally in distributed organizing / directed network campaigning 
  • Experience in online and offline campaigning targeting governments and/or corporations, including citizen mobilizing strategies and tactics
  • Ability to identify and pursue opportunities for high profile media/communications
  • A solid understanding of the linkages between mobility, air pollution, and climate
  • A positive, flexible, can-do attitude, coupled with self-motivation and the ability to work independently
  • Strong interpersonal skills, i.e. the ability to work in teams and across different cultures
  • Outstanding oral, written, communication and presentation skills—including storytelling and narrative creation, and the ability to listen and target communication to specific interests of varied audiences
  • Comfortable working in an entrepreneurial, and primarily virtual, team environment where ideas, rapid response, and follow-through are core team values
  • Committed to equity, racial justice, authentic communications, standing up for impacted communities, and continual learning
  • Passionate about climate justice and environmental protection, and juiced up by the thought of convincing governments and corporations to make meaningful and lasting change
  • Ability to navigate complex challenges with self awareness and composure

There isn’t a formal educational requirement for the role, and there will be opportunities for learning and professional development. 

To Apply

Please send a 1-page cover letter and resume to safecitiessrcampaigner@stand.earth with your name in the subject line and on the file name of each attachment.  In your cover letter, tell us what’s motivating you to apply for this position and what you would bring with you to advance the mission and community of Stand.earth. Please also make sure to let us know how you heard about this position. The recruitment and interview process includes a time-bound anonymous skills assessment and two rounds of interviews. No phone calls, please. Only those who will be interviewed will be contacted.