Join our team in fighting to build safe and healthy communities protected by a just and equitable democracy.
The League of Conservation Voters Education Fund (LCVEF) believes our earth is worth mobilizing for because everyone has a right to clean air, water, and a safe, healthy community. LCVEF works to turn environmental values into national, state and local priorities. LCVEF, in collaboration with our state LCVEF partners, advocates for strong environmental protections, organizes communities to speak up about their environmental values, and engages people in the democratic process in order to enact strong environmental laws.
Our team is the foundation of the success of LCVEF. We are committed to attracting and retaining talented staff who bring the rich mix of experiences, backgrounds and areas of expertise that make it possible to achieve our mission of solving the climate crisis through mobilization and advocacy.
Climate change and other issues plaguing our planet are not just environmental issues that happen in a vacuum. They are about racism, inequality and injustice that impact low-income communities and communities of color more than others in this country. In 2016, LCVEF and its sister organization, LCV, began an organizational change process to advance racial justice and equity through our work and improve the sense of inclusion within the organization and our network.
LCVEF offers a comprehensive and competitive benefits package that includes:
LCVEF strives to provide a flexible and accommodating work environment. Our remote work policy aims at providing staff with more flexibility when it comes to work locations. Our employees can work from home, from the office, or a combination of the two, while addressing the need for some positions to be required to perform in-person work, be based in specific locations, or travel for business, regardless of whether the employee works from an LCVEF office or not.
LCVEF is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a racially just, equitable and inclusive workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran status, or genetic information, or any other protected status. LCVEF is committed to providing access, equal opportunity and reasonable accommodation for individuals with disabilities in employment, its services, programs, and activities. If you require reasonable accommodation in completing this application, interviewing, completing any pre-employment testing, or otherwise participating in the employee selection process, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Campaigns department focuses on public education and issue advocacy at the local, state and federal level. We run issue advocacy organizing programs, like Climate Action, to build local power for pro-climate and clean energy policies while holding elected officials accountable and use data and analytics for constituent outreach and to evaluate best practices.
The Communications department shapes the way that LCVEF’s story — who we are, what we do, what we think — is told to the world. In doing so, we work closely with a wide variety of media outlets, driving and informing the news media conversation of politics and the environment. We also create and guide written and multimedia content to ensure that LCVEF shares a consistent story about why our Earth is worth fighting for.
The Community & Civic Engagement department builds upon the power of communities of color across the country to achieve climate justice while insisting on accountability from polluters and decision makers. Our multi-state Chispa program relies on grassroots community organizing efforts to amplify the voices of communities of color to influence the environmental policies and decisions that affect their lives. Additionally, our Democracy for All program invigorates the environmental movement by increasing voter participation and leveling the playing field such that communities of color and young people can fully participate in and be represented by our nation’s democracy.
Donors are critical to our movement. The Development department engages major donors and foundations and cultivates these relationships to build support for our work to win environmental progress. We connect donors’ interests to our mission through marketing, events, research, grant writing and face-to-face communication, and by training state affiliates to do the same.
The Executive Office leads the organization’s strategic planning, Board engagement, fundraising and organizational culture initiatives and infrastructure. The Executive Office ensures cross-departmental planning for the successful execution of the annual plans and the strategic plan, leads on our commitment to racial justice and equity throughout the organization, aligns priorities of the executive team, and manages internal communications for theLCV Education Fund, LCV as well as with our state LCV partners. We aim to build a highly inclusive culture where employees thrive and organizational objectives are met.
The Finance department ensures accurate recording and reporting of all financial activities. We manage the organization’s accounting processes including financial managements, budgeting, accounts payable, managing receivables, audit functions, tax and compliance preparation, and any other accounting or finance duties.
The Government Affairs department educates & advocates for sound environmental laws and policies, working with members of Congress and their staff to influence and pass strong environmental policy. We hold elected officials accountable for their votes and actions, publishing our annual National Environmental Scorecard since 1970. To fight climate change and protect our communities, we advocate, at every level of government, for policies that support clean air, clean energy, clean water, protect public lands and against toxic chemicals, and ensure environmental justice.
Employees are the foundation of LCVEF’s success. The Human Resources & Administration department supports our staff at all levels, including recruitment and hiring, benefits administration, and operations and technology infrastructure. We provide the support needed so that our staff can implement successful programs that further our mission to combat climate change. Our work to create a staff team that reflects the country we serve is grounded in our values and our understanding that authentic representation and inclusion is necessary to achieve our mission.
The Legal & Strategic Initiatives department provides legal counsel and oversight for all of our work, which includes reviewing the organization’s communications, structure, personnel and contractual arrangements as well as tracking laws and regulations that affect our mission and operations. We ensure compliance and reporting of our program work. In addition to providing legal oversight, we also promote strategic initiatives, including our organizational commitment to racial justice and equity.
The State Capacity Building department collaborates with our state affiliates to achieve operational, programmatic, financial and organizational growth. We provide learning and networking opportunities, as well as consulting and training, to help strengthen the organizational capacity and sustainability of our state partners. Our vision is to build a stronger Conservation Voter Movement across the country that achieves climate justice through coordinated federal and state policy and electoral wins.