Fossil Fuel Manager job application
Job Description
Position Summary:

Are you motivated to make change for our communities here in Washington? Do you care about how people and the environment work together? Do you want to stop the oil industry and usher in a cleaner and safer economy by working with thoughtful and inspiring partners and colleagues? Washington Conservation Action (WCA) is hiring for our Fossil Fuel Campaign Manager to work in coalition with organizations and communities across the Pacific Northwest to stop the fossil fuel industry from building new infrastructure in our region. This position emphasizes learning on the job for applied experience conducting policy analysis, coordinating a coalition, tracking a shared budget, and developing and implementing a strategy. Approximately half this position’s time is dedicated to growing professional expertise in management of the existing Stand Up To Oil coalition and working within this coalition around specific campaigns. The other half is dedicated to applied experience around building out a broader transportation campaign and related coalition spaces to advocate for transportation policies and priorities that protect community health, focus on environmental justice outcomes, uphold tribal sovereignty, and meet our state’s climate goals.

This position is a full-time employee, a member of the Climate and Fossil Fuel Program, and supervised by the Climate and Fossil Fuel Program Director. The organization recognizes the unique range of skills required to fill this position and supports gaining expertise through mentorship, training and practice in order to fully realize the impact of this position. 

Compensation and Salary: 

This is a full time, exempt position with a salary range of $59,000 to $64,000 depending on experience. We also offer a generous benefits package including medical and dental insurance, 401k plan and organizational match of up to 3% of your annual salary, a flexible spending account, paid vacation and sick leave, twelve paid holidays per year, an unlimited ORCA transit pass, professional development and if you work for seven consecutive years you are eligible for a two-month paid sabbatical. We welcome new and diverse people to a great team who together shape environmental protection in Washington.

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