Administrative Co-Director at the North Carolina Environmental Justice Network

NCEJN aims to build its power and reach as a statewide resource, and seeks an Administrative Co-Director to implement program expansion and fundraising.

Position Description

The Administrative Co-Director will bring his or her vision to the organization and help NCEJN to strengthen North Carolina’s environmental justice movement.

Serving as NCEJN’s external ‘face’ and internal guide and coach to interns and future staff, the Administrative Co-Director will manage interns, support organizers, consult with the bookkeeper and will report to a volunteer board of directors.

In addition to ensuring the implementation of operations and programming, the Administrative Co-Director will be heavily involved in planning the NCEJ Summit, supervising volunteers for the summit and organizing evaluation of the Summit in collaboration with the NCEJN Organizing Co-Director.

The Administrative Co- Director is responsible for:

Promoting Environmental Health and Justice in North Carolina: This should be a driving passion for the Administrative Co-Director, among whose top goals should be achieving justice for the people of North Carolina.

This is a part-time position, with opportunity to expand to full-time based on performance and fundraising.  NCEJN is an equal-opportunity employer.

The hourly rate for this position is between $20 and $30 per hour depending on experience, through at least the end of 2014.

Application Deadline:          Friday June 20th, 2014   Extended to July 15, 2014

Please contact the chair of the board of the Network with your cover letter, resume and two references at


NCEJN is a statewide, grassroots led nonprofit organization. Our central goal is to promote health and environmental equality for all people of North Carolina through community action for clean industry, safe work places and fair access to all human and natural resources.  We seek to accomplish these goals through organizing, advocacy, research, and education based on principles of economic equity and democracy for all people. We focus on the communities who are most impacted by environmental injustice, including people from low-income communities and communities of color.  We use community based participatory research, organize communities, engage media, educate elected and appointed government officials, and advocate statewide for practical solutions to achieve environmental justice. In order to be successful, every campaign at NCEJN depends on organizing with the people most affected by environmental injustices.


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