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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.

Current Openings: 

 

Fund Development Associate

EHC is seeking a part-time (20 hours/week) Fund Development Associate to support the organization’s diverse fundraising strategies. The Fund Development Associate will provide support to the organization in the areas of database management, grant writing, and funder research. The Fund Development Associate will ensure accurate and up-to-date fundraising data and that all grant deadlines are successfully met. The Fund Development Associate reports to the Development Director.

 

Climate Justice Policy Advocate

The Climate Justice Policy Advocate (PA) works within EHC’s Climate Justice Campaign toadvance policies and projects that reduce air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions with a focus on low-income communities of color that are most impacted. The PA works with community leaders and other non-profits to identify key issues, community-driven solutions, and conduct policy advocacy to influence local and regional governments to reduce impacts in low-income communities of color in the San Diego region.

 

Policy Director

The Policy Director (PD) is a position for an experienced professional who thrives in a fast- paced environment and who excels in policy advocacy, government relations, organizational management, and staff supervision. The PD oversees EHC campaigns that advance policies and projects to reduce air and climate pollution, advance equitable land use planning in the San Diego/Tijuana region, environmental justice communities in San Diego and Tijuana and at the state level.

 

Thank you for considering a job with EHC!