We're Hiring! National Director of Field Building and Strategic Partnerships
Just Solutions is hiring!
The National Director of Field Building & Strategic Partnerships plays a lead role in the development and advancement of Just Solutions’ efforts to align, leverage, and scale the capacity of environmental justice-climate justice (EJ-CJ) policy groups and coalitions working to develop and implement equitable climate policy solutions. Given the urgency of the climate crisis, we are ramping up our federal and state field building strategy to support (EJ-CJ) organizations and coalitions as they work to develop, build support for, pass, and implement public policies.
To advance this ambitious goal, the Director identifies and cultivates trust-based partnerships with EJ-CJ leaders, organizations, and coalitions across the country to identify and address field-wide policy capacity needs. As an experienced political strategist and policy advocate/campaigner, the Director builds strategic alliances with diverse allies in support of community-driven climate solutions. The Director is a thought leader within the EJ-CJ movement and represents Just Solutions at conferences, events, and meetings to expand our relationships, knowledge, and impact. As Just Solutions enters a period of significant growth, this is an opportunity for a seasoned leader to shape organization-wide vision, strategy and development. The Director builds and manages a highly skilled team of project managers, serves as a member of the executive leadership team, and reports directly to the Founding Executive Director.
For a complete overview of the position summary, job responsibilities, qualifications and more, please view the job description here.
Salary: $140K-$150K annual salary, commensurate with experience, plus competitive benefits
Reports to: Aiko Schaefer, Founding Executive Director
Please submit a current resume and cover letter outlining your interest in the position and capacity to do the job. Your cover letter should include answers to the following questions:
1. Please describe a pressing climate change challenge facing BIPOC and low income communities and ways in which a field building and policy change approach can help address it.
2. If hired, how might you leverage your experience, relationships, campaign/policy expertise to address this challenge?
Applications should be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be accepted until August 31, 2022. The position will remain open until filled. Applicants who do not follow these instructions will not be considered.