The Clean Transportation for All Campaign is one of Sierra Club's priority national campaigns, addressing the fact that transportation is now the largest source of emissions in the U.S. and that about half of Americans lack access to public transportation and to air deemed safe to breathe. Clean transportation solutions that get people into more efficient vehicles; electric cars, trucks, or buses; or out of vehicles altogether and onto transit, bikes, and feet will also help us achieve transportation solutions. The Sierra Club’s Clean Transportation for All Campaign works at the local, state, and national levels -using a lens of equity and justice- to advocate for incentives and policies that make clean transportation solutions less expensive, more accessible, and more convenient. The Campaign Representative collaborates with and sets up for success Sierra Club teams and supporters -and the public at-large- to achieve transportation victories and will represent the Sierra Club to media, community leaders, allies, and the public. Passionate commitment to equity, justice, and environmental protection, and demonstrated success in policy advocacy, grassroots organizing, and community partnerships required. For details and to apply, please click here.
Orlando, FL, USA
The Sierra Club is looking for a new Organizing Representative based in Orlando, Florida to focus on the goals of the Sierra Club's Beyond Coal campaign. In this role you will build grassroots networks for moving our electricity generation beyond coal to clean energy. If you’re passionate about building partnerships, rallying volunteers and stakeholders around public health, environmental, and social justice issues, and you've got at least three years of experience in grassroots organizing, we want to talk to you! For more details and to apply, please click here.
Sierra Club Organizing Manager
Sierra Club is seeking an Organizing Manager with at least 3 years experience leading community organizing campaigns, strong relationship building and coaching skills and a demonstrated commitment to equity, justice and inclusion. Organizing Manager responsibilities include coaching and supporting organizers in campaign and movement building work; assisting campaign teams with organizing strategy and coordination; and relationship building with partners and community leaders.
If you are passionate about developing and supporting strong environmental organizing work that is centered in equity and justice, please submit your cover letter and resume to:
Applications are being considered immediately. The Sierra Club is an equal opportunity employer committed to workforce diversity and offers a competitive salary and benefits.