As Wyoming Chapter Organizer, this position will help lead assigned components of Sierra Club Wyoming’s land, wildlife, and energy campaign work, with primary focus on projects in northwestern Wyoming. The Organizer will work with Sierra Club staff, volunteer leadership, and partner organizations to implement strategic coordinated campaigns; help educate and engage Sierra Club members, supporters, partners, and the general public on our priority issues; and support networks of engaged volunteer activists across the state. As Communications Coordinator, this position will work with staff and volunteer leaders to help ensure a clear, consistent, and effective chapter voice and message across electronic and print outreach pieces that advance Sierra Club Wyoming’s goals and priorities. This position requires occasional evening and weekend work for volunteer meetings and public events; requires an ability to travel within the state with a valid driver’s license and satisfactory driving record; and may require occasional out-of-state travel to regional or national meetings.
The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate the following skills, experience, and capacities:
• Community organizing and teamwork
• Public speaking and group facilitation
• Excellent written, editorial, and oral communication skills
• Environmental and social justice analysis & practice
• Equity analysis and practice
• Strong work ethic
The strongest candidates will also demonstrate some or all of the following experience, skills and competencies:
Working knowledge of database tools such as Salesforce, NPG VAN, Hustle
Working knowledge of social media platforms
Working knowledge of website design (Drupal or other platforms)
Experience with local, state, or federal advocacy
Familiarity with wildlife, public land management, and/or energy issues
About Sierra Club Wyoming Chapter
Sierra Club Wyoming has been a leader in our state since 1975 working to protect our environment, and today represents 3,500 Sierra Club members and supporters across the state. Our Wyoming-based staff of four works in a fully integrated manner with our volunteer activists and grassroots supporters across the state, with a diverse array of partners, and with other regional and national Sierra Club staff. Our top conservation priorities are to slow climate change and minimize its most harmful impacts by ending fossil fuel production on public land; protect our remaining undeveloped wild landscapes; protect healthy and free-ranging wildlife; and maintain high-quality, connected wildlife habitats. All aspects of this position will be grounded in principles of equity, justice, and inclusion.