Environmental Health Coalition is a San Diego/Tijuana non-profit social and environmental justice organization dedicated to empowering people, organizing communities and achieving justice for low-income communities of color. We are an effective, results-oriented organization with a passion for social change. We've been making a difference in the lives of the individuals, families and communities we serve for over 30 years. We expect all parts of our organization to share the commitment to our mission, environmental and social justice, and social change.
We appreciate your interest in working with Environmental Health Coalition. Descriptions of job openings and instructions how to apply are below. Please check back periodically for additional opportunities.
The Leadership Development Coordinator has primary responsibility for leading and managing curriculum development, implementation, and evaluation of all EHC leader development activities. The Coordinator is responsible for the creation of the overall training strategy and approach. S/he works with staff and leader teams to develop popular education-based training based on EHC's Social Change for Justice Model. Bilingual Spanish-English written and verbal fluency required. The Coordinator is supervised by the Associate Director.
Amongst other qualifications, candidates will have demonstrated experience training adults, including knowledge of adult learning theory and facilitation; knowledge of and experience designing and implementing skills-based curriculum; English and Spanish fluency; demonstrated commitment to environmental, social, and economic justice; and the ability to communicate effectively with many different types of people.
Please download the Leadership Development Coordinator announcement (PDF) for a more detailed description of the position and instructions on how to apply.
The Policy Advocate will strengthen our work in City Heights related to air pollution, transportation and land use with our base of resident members. S/he will work to implement the City Heights Built Environment Community Driven Action Plan, and develop guidance for grassroots organizing. S/he is responsible for representing the interests of EHC and our members before decision-making authorities and ally groups in order to change or enforce public policies.
Qualified candidates will have at least three years experience in grassroots organizing and/or policy work and a background in land-use planning, transportation, community development, political science or other related fields. Candidates should be bilingual in English and Spanish and have familiarity with the City Heights community.
Please download the Policy Advocate - Toxic-Free Neighborhoods Campaign announcement (PDF) for a more detailed description of the position and instructions on how to apply.