Thank you for your interest in joining our team. We have filled our open paid positions, please check back in for new job postings throughout the year or join our email list to stay updated. 

**If you are interested in joining our team as a volunteer, email volunteer@350colroado.org.**

Positions available:


Metro Denver GOTV Coordinator

We have an opening for a half-time position to coordinate GOTV (get out the vote) efforts for 2020 elections.

Schedule: This is a 6-week (Sept. 28-Nov. 6), 20-hour per week position, primarily Monday through Friday, plus Sunday phonebanking events. Schedule is flexible. 

Compensation: This is a $17.00 per hour contracted position.

Location: Denver Metro and surrounding areas

Essential Functions: 

  • Assist with GOTV efforts in the Denver Metro area.
  • Work with Volunteer & JEDI Director to ensure volunteer needs are met during GOTV. Recruit, train, meaningfully engage, coordinate and delegate to volunteers and check in with them to support and maximize volunteer retention.
  • Organize phone banks (3 per week in October and everyday leading up to election day Oct 31st-Nov 3rd) Goal: recruit 25-30 volunteers per event.
  • Participate in GOTV Committee meetings and planning.
  • Implement the statewide GOTV plan within an assigned region.
  • Oversee and operate local GOTV logistics and outreach.
  • Prepare and track materials for GOTV within the region.
  • Monitor and respond to all GOTV-related needs in the region.

To learn more about this opportunity, including qualifications click here! Applications due by Sept. 27th.

Colorado Springs Local Team Coordinator

Are you in the Colorado Springs region and have a passion for climate action? We seek a motivated individual to help us grow the local grassroots movement and make our region a leader in transformative climate policy. Together we will work to cut emissions, protect the places we love, promote renewable energy, and keep fossil fuels in the ground.

Check out the details below and view the full job description here! The application deadline is Sept. 22nd. Email volunteer@350colorado.org to apply! Please forward to anyone you think might be interested. 

  • Schedule: This a 6 month, 10 hour per week position, primarily Monday through Friday and some weekends. Schedule is flexible.
  • Compensation: This is a $17.00 per hour contracted position
  • Location: Colorado Springs and surrounding area in the Pikes Peak Region

Essential Functions: 

  • Assist with team fundraising and campaign coordination.

  • Grow local team membership and the local climate movement by recruiting new volunteers and engaging them in local and statewide climate action.

  • Host and facilitate grassroots organizing leadership trainings for local residents to help volunteers step up the ladder of engagement and establish a strong network of volunteer leaders.

  • Plan and co-lead outreach and education events on climate issues for the local community.

  • Strengthen and develop new partnerships with other nonprofit organizations to create a robust coalition for climate action in Colorado Springs.

  • Recruit, meaningfully engage, coordinate and delegate to volunteers and check in with them to support and maximize volunteer retention

  • Lead GOTV (get out the vote) campaign for the month of October: Recruit, train, meaningfully engage, coordinate and delegate to volunteers and check in with them to support and maximize volunteer retention. Organize phone banks (3 per week in October and everyday leading up to election day Oct 31st-Nov 3rd) Goal: recruit 25-30 volunteers per event.

In Colorado Springs we will focus on:

  • Promoting divestment from fossil fuels, including campaigns for public banking, stopping banking with Wall St. Banks financing fossil fuels, PERA (Public Employee Retirement Association) divestment, and by passing municipal ordinances for divestment.
  • Rallying support to push the Air Quality Control Commission (AQCC) to adopt a clear roadmap to reduce Colorado’s emissions to meet emission goals.

  • Supporting statewide efforts for a just transition off fossil fuels and advance renewable energy solutions, e.g. through local and state policies and a Green New Deal.

  • Making El Paso County a leader in climate action with a commitment to 100% renewable energy.

  • Organizing support around a campaign to support clean transportation. City and Utilities support for electric vehicles. Incentives and rebates for home EV charging stations. Incentives for more public charging stations.

  • Educating the local community on how to be more environmentally friendly through the reduction of plastic use, carbon footprint, and more! 

  • Supporting and organizing around 350 Colorado GOTV efforts through November elections (see above).

Read the full job description here and don’t forget to send us a cover letter and a resume by September 27th!

Northern Colorado Local Team Coordinator
  • Schedule: This a 6 month, 10 hour per week position, primarily Monday through Friday and some weekends. Schedule is flexible.
  • Compensation: This is a $17.00 per hour contracted position
  • Location: Fort Collins, Loveland, Greeley, Windsor, and surrounding areas

Essential Functions: 

  • Assist with team fundraising and campaign coordination.

  • Grow local team membership and the local climate movement by recruiting new volunteers and engaging them in local and statewide climate action.

  • Host and facilitate grassroots organizing leadership trainings for local residents to help volunteers step up the ladder of engagement and establish a strong network of volunteer leaders.

  • Plan and co-lead outreach and education events on climate issues for the local community.

  • Strengthen and develop new partnerships with other nonprofit organizations to create a robust coalition for climate action in northern Colorado.

  • Recruit, meaningfully engage, coordinate and delegate to volunteers and check in with them to support and maximize volunteer retention.

  • Lead GOTV (get out the vote) campaign for the month of October: Recruit, train, meaningfully engage, coordinate and delegate to volunteers and check in with them to support and maximize volunteer retention. Organize phone banks (3 per week in October and everyday leading up to election day Oct 31st-Nov 3rd) Goal: recruit 25-30 volunteers per event.

In Northern Colorado we will focus on:

  • Promoting divestment from fossil fuels, including campaigns for public banking, stopping banking with Wall St. Banks financing fossil fuels, PERA (Public Employee Retirement Association) divestment, and by passing municipal ordinances for divestment.

  • Stopping fracking – supporting local campaigns to reign in fracking, including outreach, community event planning, petition signature gathering, etc., in partnership with the Larimer Alliance. Support volunteer engagement for the most protective local and statewide rules possible at the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC) and other decision making bodies.

  • Rallying support to push the Air Quality Control Commission (AQCC) to adopt a clear roadmap to reduce Colorado’s emissions to meet emission goals.

  • Supporting statewide efforts for a just transition off fossil fuels and advance renewable energy solutions, e.g. through local and state policies and a Green New Deal.

  • Making Larimer and Weld Counties and local cities/towns leaders in climate action with commitment to 100% renewable energy.

  • Educating the local community on how to be more environmentally friendly through the reduction of plastic use, carbon footprint, and more!

  • Supporting and organizing around 350 Colorado GOTV efforts through November elections (as mentioned above).

Read the full job description here and don’t forget to send us a cover letter and a resume by September 27th!

 

Internships:

Are you ready to learn valuable skills at an organization committed to climate action? Are you searching for an opportunity to learn and grow with a community of grassroots activists and organizers?

350 Colorado seeks interns to further its mission of creating a climate movement in Colorado through grassroots advocacy. We seek self-starters with the passion, creativity, and drive to make things happen while working independently and in close coordination with a team.  Interested applicants should be capable of working from home as this is a mostly remote position due to COVID-19. Interns will work closely with 350 Colorado staff and team leaders to recruit, retain and engage volunteers, as well as, have the opportunity to work on statewide and local campaigns.  This unpaid position can range from 5-30 hours per week, with a minimum requirement of 100 hours up to a total of 200 hours.

Candidates must have excellent oral and written communication skills, highly developed organizational skills and demonstrated ability to manage projects. They must be hard working, self-motivated and must demonstrate a commitment and passion for environmental protection.

The ideal candidate will have: 

  • Strong writing and verbal communication skills
  • Confidence in public speaking
  • Creative mindset
  • Ability to work independently
  • Strong interpersonal, organizational, communications skills
  • Proficiency in social media  platforms, google programs, and some database experience (i.e. CRMs, wordpress, Neon, Action Network)
  • Some event planning and outreach experience is preferred
  • Background in social justice and organizing is preferred
  • Graphic design skills are a plus
  • Bilingual skills are a plus

As an intern you will:

  • Correspond with volunteers, businesses and nonprofit organizations
  • Manage and contribute to 350 Colorado’s social media accounts
  • Conduct outreach for events and actions (i.e. tabling, phone banking, partnership building, etc.)
  • Draft and design: emails, web content and educational materials 
  • Research and report current environmental policy and news in Colorado
  • Engage in state and local government activities (town halls, city council meetings, public comment, etc.) 
  • Maintain and enter accurate volunteer records in agency database
  • Conduct demographic reports and analysis on volunteer groups 
  • Work on local climate change advocacy and education campaigns 
  • Facilitate and train volunteers in canvassing and petitioning
  • Assist with management of volunteer recognition including “Climate Hero of the Month” 
  • Work with a coalition of organizers and volunteers to plan and coordinate events
  • Provide logistical support to 350 Colorado staff and Local Team Leaders 
  • Coordinate and communicate with volunteers

Build-Your-Own

Do you have an idea or project that you think would result in measurable climate action in Colorado? Do you want to make your idea concrete and engage a wide community in climate justice? Then this internship is for you! This intern will be a self starter who is ready to engage with the 350CO community. They will have some project planning skills and the ability to implement their idea. When submitting your application please include an additional document detailing your idea or project and what results you see it having in the community.

Apply Today! 

To apply, send a brief cover letter and a resume to Amy Gray at volunteer@350colorado.org  Feel free to add up to two pages of additional supplementary materials you think would add to your application.  In the cover letter, please specify your internship goals and why you’re committed to climate justice. Feel free to get in touch with any questions about the internships. Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis, so apply today!

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