The Campaign Strategist, States and Regions, will spearhead new and manage existing multi-venue campaigns to advance clean energy and climate action in the U.S. This position will work collaboratively across Energy Foundation’s national and regional program teams to execute specific campaigns across multiple state, city, and regional venues.
This position can be located in any of Energy Foundation’s offices, including the founding office in San Francisco, CA and the regional offices in Raleigh, NC; Chicago, IL; Washington, DC; or Las Vegas, NV.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Develops new multi-state/cross-regional campaigns, collaboratively and in coordination with EF regional teams.
- Develops fundraising plans/strategies for new campaigns and works with Vice Presidents on fundraising.
- Oversees discrete multi-state or cross-regional campaigns.
- Executes strategies for linking city, state, and regional campaigns to federal advocacy efforts.
- Develops best practices and strategies for engaging new and diverse constituencies in clean energy and climate advocacy across multiple venues.
- Provides campaign strategy advice to EF National programs, and works with them to execute and test strategy ideas in cities, states, regionally, and federally.
- Designs, recommends, and oversees integration approaches and structures between EF advocacy campaigns and other advocates and networks.
- Creative strategist, with expertise in designing and leading issue advocacy campaigns in U.S. cities, states, regions, or federally.
- Demonstrated experience developing strategy in partnership with diverse internal and external stakeholders, including community-based organizations, environmental justice advocates, and people with differing political perspectives.
- An innovative growth mindset and an ability to work independently.
- Deep understanding of best practices in campaign strategy and design, communications, and issue advocacy.
- Understanding of climate and clean energy advocacy in the U.S.
- Solutions-oriented, collaborative problem-solver who is at home in a diverse, dynamic, and complex environment with a combination of local, regional, and national staff and partners.
- Curious and inquisitive, the ideal candidate will possess excellent relationship-building and convening skills and have experience bringing together people from diverse backgrounds and cultures.
- Ability to present complex information in meaningful ways to a variety of audiences including funders, the National team, other stakeholders, and grantees.
- The flexibility to consider other points of view and meet people where they are.
- Excellent communication skills.
- A commitment to contributing meaningfully to a workplace where equity and inclusion are core values in our internal and external EF work.
Ability to travel 10-12 times a year for 2-3 business days at a time.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is required to spend extended hours at the computer.
This position may be based in any of Energy Foundation’s offices. The office environments include some shared workspace, some individual offices, shared kitchen facilities, with moderate noise levels and a collegial atmosphere. On occasion, there are activities or events after work hours.
Staff are currently working at home during COVID 19 and decisions to re-open offices will be made in accordance to state and local guidance.
Submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. The cover letter should be concise, compelling, and outline why you are the right person for this position.
Energy Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.