If you are interested in the job, submit your application by October 10th

The 350NH Coal Organizer Will:

  • Organize actions and events for 350NH campaigns, including local chapters and regional organizing with the No Coal No Gas Campaign to shut down the last coal plant in New England
  • Recruit, train and support volunteers to participate on campaigns and programs
  • Represent 350NH in coalition campaigns with state and national partners
  • Present 350NH educational materials to community groups and at events
  • Support campaign planning and development
  • Canvass, phone bank and text bank to engage supporters
  • Support get out the vote efforts

Required Skills & Qualifications:

  • Minimum 1-3 years of community or student organizing or other relevant work experience
  • Strong commitment to climate justice and antiracism
  • Ability to organize and facilitate online meetings with volunteers and speak over the phone to community members
    Strong verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work independently, and collaboratively with others
  • Access to the internet

Desired Skills & Qualifications:

  • Experience recruiting and managing volunteers
  • Experience canvassing and phone banking
  • Experience and willingness to speak at public events
  • Experience making fundraising asks
  • Access to a car/driver’s license

Position Type: Full time (35 hours/wk)

Application Deadline: October 10th

Start Date: Flexible, preferably by Nov 14th

Compensation: $45,760/yr

Benefits: 4 weeks of flexible time off, flexible hours, health and dental stipend

Location: Must live in or be willing to relocate to New Hampshire, moving stipend available


5 Reasons to work at 350NH!

We respect and encourage work life boundaries as a crucial part of organizing and activist culture
We win big change for climate justice like stopping the granite bridge fracked gas pipeline
We intentionally foster positive relationships and community within 350NH and the larger progressive movement
We encourage professional development and create space for learning and experimentation
We have schedule and vacation flexibility
350NH is committed to being a collaborative group that values a diversity of approaches and perspectives to the work we do because we know this allows the movement to be as strong as it can be. People of color, and of all genders, sexualities, ethnicities, and abilities, and particularly members of communities on the frontlines of climate change are welcome and encouraged to apply.

To apply for this job email your details to Rebecca@350nh.org

About 350 New Hampshire

350NH is a grassroots climate justice organization. Our mission is to elect progressive climate champions who support our vision for a just transition to 100% renewable energy at the local, state and federal level.

350 New Hampshire’s mission is to stop the climate crisis by building grassroots support for a just transition to renewable energy and an end to fossil fuel use and expansion. We envision a society with a renewable energy economy that works for all people, where all communities live free of environmental injustice and climate catastrophe. We run grassroots campaigns to shut down fossil fuel infrastructure and bring 100% renewable energy to NH. Our political arm works to elect climate champions and to hold our elected officials accountable. 350NH is a multiracial and multigenerational organization. We have a dynamic staff team of five women and five high school student fellows.