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National Organizer and Spokesperson Position

The National Organizer and Spokesperson position is a full-time, salaried position with benefits. It is a staff position with the Evangelical Environmental Network (EEN) and functions as a joint role between EEN and Young Evangelicals for Climate Action (YECA). The National Organizer and Spokesperson is the face of YECA and is responsible for representing the organization to partners and the press, providing leadership and guidance to the national steering committee, supervising fundraising and communications, and casting a vision for the organization and its future. The National Organizer and Spokesperson is responsible to the CEO of the Evangelical Environmental Network.


  • Represent a nationwide steering committee of young leaders organizing for climate action and environmental protection.
  • Mobilize and train young adults in the faith community around climate issues.
  • Oversee and manage leadership programs, including Climate Advocates and the College and Community Fellowships.
  • Implement YECA’s Commitment to Anti Racism and integrate anti-racist policies and frameworks into YECA’s ongoing work.
  • Implement YECA’s Statement of Welcome and Inclusion and ensure programs remain free from discrimination and harassment. 
  • Manage YECA’s grant-funded programs and campaigns.
  • Advocate with state and federal leaders around climate policies.
  • Coordinate with the YECA Communications Director to develop communications strategies and press outreach.
  • Coordinate and collaborate with EEN on strategic initiatives and objectives.
  • Field press inquiries, give interviews, and write op-eds and articles for local, national, and international publications.
  • Conduct and manage fundraising efforts, donor outreach, and grant applications.
  • Deliver invited talks and lectures at conferences and on college campuses.
  • Build and maintain partnerships with foundations, funding organizations, and colleges/universities.
  • Collaborate on projects with other faith-based and secular organizations.
  • Provide strategic support for EEN campaigns and outreach efforts.
  • Cast a creative and strategic vision for the future of the organization.
  • Further develop organizational relationships with senior advisors.
  • National travel required.



  • Self-identify as an evangelical and demonstrate sensitivity to the range of perspectives within the evangelical faith community.
  • Demonstrated leadership ability and experience.
  • Experience in overseeing budgets, donor relations, and identifying new funding sources.
  • Organized and attentive to details. Able to work remotely and manage multiple initiatives simultaneously.
  • Experience and demonstrated ability in public speaking and writing.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Experience integrating anti-racism into personal commitments and professional work.
  • Ability to frame policy discussions in Christian and theological terms.
  • Solution-oriented and ability to identify and assess emerging opportunities.
  • Demonstrated giftedness in maintaining and building collaborative networks and partnerships.
  • Ability to represent and communicate YECA’s and EEN’s mission in a variety of settings (i.e. college campus, press conference, advocacy visit, donor relations meeting, rally). 
  • Familiarity with climate change policy. Previous work within the environmental sector is advantageous but not required.
  • Experience messaging effectively to elected officials through advocacy visits and other communications.
  • Younger than 31 years of age in keeping with YECA’s target audience (18-30 years old).
  • Experience in project management (including working remotely with offices and staff).
  • Excellent written communications skills.
  • Affirmation of YECA’s Commitment to Anti-Racism and Statement of Welcome and Inclusion.


  • Professional experience in Christian/faith-based policy and advocacy work.
  • Experience within the evangelical creation care community.
  • Graduate degree in a relevant field.

Salary: Compensation will be commensurate with experience.

Benefits: Paid holidays, vacation, and sick time; Retirement (403b) options and matching; health insurance reimbursement; family and medical leave.

Start Date: June 15, 2024

Please send a resume and cover letter to to apply. Applications will close on May 1.

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