Pacific Environment seeks to protect the communities and wildlife of the Pacific Rim by strengthening local leadership and championing social justice in Alaska and the Arctic, China, California, Vietnam and elsewhere on the Pacific Rim. With a 30-year record of achievement and a team of 15, we partner extensively with groups in other countries and focus on marine, energy and climate, pollution issues, and wildlife and watershed protection. Learn more at www.pacificenvironment.org.
Reporting to the Arctic Program Director, this position will work in a team setting with Pacific Environment leaders and those from allied organizations. We are particularly interested in candidates with experience in one or more of the following subjects and geographies:
- Collaborating with Alaska Native and other Indigenous Peoples
- Marine policy at domestic and international levels
- Alaska state and federal outreach
- Understanding of Arctic climate and energy issues
- Grassroots and “grasstops” organizing
The position’s responsibilities include implementation for ongoing campaigns to protect the Arctic, and outreach to civic leaders (at state, federal and international levels).
The ideal candidate will have demonstrated achievement and campaign skills relevant to one or more of the thematic focus areas listed above. They will also possess excellent communications and interpersonal skills.
For this position we will consider applicants with a range of experience levels.
To learn more and apply visit: https://www.pacificenvironment.org/jobs/arctic-program-temp/
Pacific Environment values diversity. Pacific Environment is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified candidates regardless of age, class, sex, creed, ethnicity, race, national origin, physical or mental ability, sexual orientation, gender expression, or veteran status.
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