Expand our presence on social media; launch a massive mobile action network to quickly engage citizens; and develop powerful online driven campaign to fight for our environment.
PennEnvironment needs an experienced advocate to drive our online campaigns to protect Pennsylvania’s environment. This person will work with PennEnvironment’s Executive Director and state program team as well as with our organizers, stakeholders and key allies to launch online campaigns to stop global warming, build a strong clean energy future, save the bees, remove lead in drinking water, and end fracking.
Over the last five years, PennEnvironment has built one of the largest and most influential online organizing networks in the state with more than 130,000 supporters. Our online network has helped defeat legislation that would grant the fracking industry liability immunity in many cases by generating nearly 10,000 letters from Pennsylvanians in just 24 hours. We’ve helped defeat legislation that would undermine key climate policies. And, we’ve helped recruit hundreds of citizens to community events to highlight local environmental problems.
We’re looking for a digital organizer to take us to the next level as we continue to expand our presence on social media; launch a massive mobile action network to quickly engage citizens; and develop powerful online driven campaign to fight for our environment.
Pay & Benefits
Target annual compensation for this position is commensurate with the relevant professional experience and/or advanced degrees that a candidate has. We value experience with digital and website tools, social media, advocacy, and organizing. PennEnvironment offers a competitive benefits package.
PennEnvironment organizes and mobilizes the public in order to win concrete social change for our environment. We are part of Environment America, the federation of state based environmental advocacy organizations.
Philadelphia or Pittsburgh, PA
Direct your cover letter to Elowyn Corby, PennEnvironment Field Director.
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