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Coalition Coordinator

  • ... Los Angeles, Capellen, United States
  • ... Full time
  • ... Salary: 80000 per year
  • Posted on: Feb 06, 2024       Expires on: Mar 22, 2024

Coalition Coordinator   

JOB TITLE:

Coalition Coordinator

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

Los Angeles Capellen United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Physicians for Social Responsibility Los Angeles (PSR-LA) is seeking a motivated and

energetic Coalition Coordinator to support the Environmental Justice Communities

Against Plastics (EJCAP) Coalition in California.
The Coalition Coordinator will oversee

day-to-day operational functions for the EJCAP coalition.
Read more below about EJCAP.


Environmental Justice Communities Against Plastics (“EJCAP”)

Our coalition is collaborating to organize frontline Environmental Justice communities

and workers to end the era of disposable plastics production and waste, replacing these

harmful industries with community and worker-rooted alternatives for environmental

and economic justice, zero waste, and healthy local, living, and regenerative economies.

● EJCAP facilitates a collaborative space for environmental justice and community

groups to tackle the life cycle of plastic pollution, prioritizing frontline

communities' needs.
We support developing local, environmentally responsible,

zero-waste alternatives that benefit communities directly.

● EJCAP is a broad-based coalition of people and organizations committed to its

priorities, principles, and structure.
EJCAP is guided by the Steering

Committee–consisting of PSR-LA, East Yard Communities for Environmental

Justice, Just Transition Alliance, Pacoima Beautiful, Black Women for Wellness,

and Valley Improvement Projects– in partnership with Allies.
The Steering

Committee makes all strategic decisions for EJCAP, and then shares with Allies.

EJCAP will form sub-committees to oversee different aspects of the work.
The

sub-committees range from communications, fundraising, research and policy,

and others as areas of work emerge.


Responsibilities:

EJCAP Coalition Coordinator

We are seeking a coordinator with a high level of expertise and interpretive skills on the

issues of petrochemical production, toxics, health impacts of plastic production, use and

disposal and environmental justice.
The coordinator is responsible for coalition

operations and management, as well as campaign development and implementation.

Specifically, duties will include the following:

● Coordinate and facilitate regular coalition and work group meetings, including

scheduling meetings and calls, developing and sharing proposed agendas,

recording and distributing minutes, and ensuring assigned tasks are completed

according to deadlines.

● Lead EJCAP campaign development and implementation process, including

tracking and evaluation, alongside coalition leadership.

● Support EJCAP’s continued strategic planning process by working as a team

member alongside the steering committee and coalition to meet project goals

and objectives via work plans, etc.

● With support from coalition members, lead the planning and implementation of

EJCAP events and training workshops, which will involve the assessment of

training/technical assistance needs of the coalition.

● Represent EJCAP as its issue and policy expert in meetings, hearings and/or

events with allies, policy makers, press, etc.

● Take a leadership role in developing and maintaining relationships with EJCAP

coalition partners, relevant stakeholders and allied organizations, elected

officials, state agencies and departments, and funders

● Document coalition activities and progress toward outcomes in reports to lead

organization and steering committee, funders, and coalition members (where

appropriate).

● Attend EJCAP events and state/federal/international policy meetings on plastics

as needed.

● Manage multiple grants and sub-contracts, develop budgets, and track spending

and deliverables throughout the duration of the grant.

● Track local, regional, and state legislation related to plastics pollution, toxics, and

petrochemicals.

Qualifications/Skills:

● 5+ years of experience working with coalitions, campaigns, policy advocacy and

community organizing.


● Masters degree in Public Health or Public Policy is preferred; experience in lieu of

education will be considered.

● Proven experience coordinating high-level campaigns, with a deep commitment

to social and environmental justice.

● Knowledge of the regulatory and policy landscape as it relates to plastics in

California.

● Strong public speaking, writing, and advocacy skills.

● Ability to work with stakeholders, including community organizations, academic

institutions, government officials, businesses, and youth.

● Interpersonal communication skills and the ability to build consensus with

multiple stakeholders.

● Ability to analyze situations and develop strategic responses.

● Demonstrated experience working with community-based organizations,

environmental justice organizations and communities, social justice

organizations, and people of color in general.

● Self-directed and organized; ability to work independently when necessary.

● Bilingual, English-Spanish, -Korean, etc.
a plus.


Employment Status: Full-Time / Non-Exempt / Salaried

Compensation: $75-80k is the starting salary.

Benefits: PSR-LA offers a robust benefits package that includes employer-paid

healthcare, dental & vision premiums for employees, spouses and dependents.
Paid

time off starts at 80 hours accrued annually, 14 vacation days, and paid winter break,

averaging two weeks.
We also offer group life insurance, a 403 (b) retirement plan and

professional development support.
Staff are provided a $500 one-time stipend for a

home office setup.


To Apply:

Please upload a cover letter and resume for consideration to Google Forms or email to

Jobs@psr-la.
org
with the subject line EJCAP.
Applications will continue to be accepted

until the position is filled.


This is a one-year full-time non-exempt position with the high possibility of continuation

depending on available funding.
The position is hybrid, based in the greater Los Angeles

region with requirements for travel for in-person meetings.
The position will be housed

at Physicians for Social Responsibility – Los Angeles (PSR-LA)*, one of the founding

organizations.
Established in 2021, EJCAP founding members include:


● Physicians for Social Responsibility – Los Angeles

● Just Transition Alliance

● Pacoima Beautiful

● East Yard Communities for Environmental Justice (EYCEJ)

● Valley Improvement Projects

● Black Women for Wellness


Physicians for Social Responsibility – Los Angeles is a membership organization working

towards system and policy changes to ensure that communities are healthy, safe, and

equitable places to live, work, play, and learn.
In particular, PSR-LA works to protect

public health from environmental health harm.
By working with physicians, health

professionals, and concerned residents, we ensure that the medical community and

policymakers are informed about environmental threats; advocate for safer practices

and alternatives; build coalitions with local, state-wide, and national organizations; and

support the ability for our members and allies to engage in meaningful public health and

environmental advocacy.

Position Details

POSTED:

Feb 06, 2024

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

80000 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1707482920-f9107045b8aa53d94876a151637c39d4

LOCATION:

Capellen United States

CITY:

Los Angeles

Job Origin:

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Physicians for Social Responsibility Los Angeles (PSR-LA) is seeking a motivated and

energetic Coalition Coordinator to support the Environmental Justice Communities

Against Plastics (EJCAP) Coalition in California. The Coalition Coordinator will oversee

day-to-day operational functions for the EJCAP coalition. Read more below about EJCAP.


Environmental Justice Communities Against Plastics (“EJCAP”)

Our coalition is collaborating to organize frontline Environmental Justice communities

and workers to end the era of disposable plastics production and waste, replacing these

harmful industries with community and worker-rooted alternatives for environmental

and economic justice, zero waste, and healthy local, living, and regenerative economies.

● EJCAP facilitates a collaborative space for environmental justice and community

groups to tackle the life cycle of plastic pollution, prioritizing frontline

communities' needs. We support developing local, environmentally responsible,

zero-waste alternatives that benefit communities directly.

● EJCAP is a broad-based coalition of people and organizations committed to its

priorities, principles, and structure. EJCAP is guided by the Steering

Committee–consisting of PSR-LA, East Yard Communities for Environmental

Justice, Just Transition Alliance, Pacoima Beautiful, Black Women for Wellness,

and Valley Improvement Projects– in partnership with Allies. The Steering

Committee makes all strategic decisions for EJCAP, and then shares with Allies.

EJCAP will form sub-committees to oversee different aspects of the work. The

sub-committees range from communications, fundraising, research and policy,

and others as areas of work emerge.


Responsibilities:

EJCAP Coalition Coordinator

We are seeking a coordinator with a high level of expertise and interpretive skills on the

issues of petrochemical production, toxics, health impacts of plastic production, use and

disposal and environmental justice. The coordinator is responsible for coalition

operations and management, as well as campaign development and implementation.

Specifically, duties will include the following:

● Coordinate and facilitate regular coalition and work group meetings, including

scheduling meetings and calls, developing and sharing proposed agendas,

recording and distributing minutes, and ensuring assigned tasks are completed

according to deadlines.

● Lead EJCAP campaign development and implementation process, including

tracking and evaluation, alongside coalition leadership.

● Support EJCAP’s continued strategic planning process by working as a team

member alongside the steering committee and coalition to meet project goals

and objectives via work plans, etc.

● With support from coalition members, lead the planning and implementation of

EJCAP events and training workshops, which will involve the assessment of

training/technical assistance needs of the coalition.

● Represent EJCAP as its issue and policy expert in meetings, hearings and/or

events with allies, policy makers, press, etc.

● Take a leadership role in developing and maintaining relationships with EJCAP

coalition partners, relevant stakeholders and allied organizations, elected

officials, state agencies and departments, and funders

● Document coalition activities and progress toward outcomes in reports to lead

organization and steering committee, funders, and coalition members (where

appropriate).

● Attend EJCAP events and state/federal/international policy meetings on plastics

as needed.

● Manage multiple grants and sub-contracts, develop budgets, and track spending

and deliverables throughout the duration of the grant.

● Track local, regional, and state legislation related to plastics pollution, toxics, and

petrochemicals.

Qualifications/Skills:

● 5+ years of experience working with coalitions, campaigns, policy advocacy and

community organizing.


● Masters degree in Public Health or Public Policy is preferred; experience in lieu of

education will be considered.

● Proven experience coordinating high-level campaigns, with a deep commitment

to social and environmental justice.

● Knowledge of the regulatory and policy landscape as it relates to plastics in

California.

● Strong public speaking, writing, and advocacy skills.

● Ability to work with stakeholders, including community organizations, academic

institutions, government officials, businesses, and youth.

● Interpersonal communication skills and the ability to build consensus with

multiple stakeholders.

● Ability to analyze situations and develop strategic responses.

● Demonstrated experience working with community-based organizations,

environmental justice organizations and communities, social justice

organizations, and people of color in general.

● Self-directed and organized; ability to work independently when necessary.

● Bilingual, English-Spanish, -Korean, etc. a plus.


Employment Status: Full-Time / Non-Exempt / Salaried

Compensation: $75-80k is the starting salary.

Benefits: PSR-LA offers a robust benefits package that includes employer-paid

healthcare, dental & vision premiums for employees, spouses and dependents. Paid

time off starts at 80 hours accrued annually, 14 vacation days, and paid winter break,

averaging two weeks. We also offer group life insurance, a 403 (b) retirement plan and

professional development support. Staff are provided a $500 one-time stipend for a

home office setup.


To Apply:

Please upload a cover letter and resume for consideration to Google Forms or email to

Jobs@psr-la.org with the subject line EJCAP. Applications will continue to be accepted

until the position is filled.


This is a one-year full-time non-exempt position with the high possibility of continuation

depending on available funding. The position is hybrid, based in the greater Los Angeles

region with requirements for travel for in-person meetings. The position will be housed

at Physicians for Social Responsibility – Los Angeles (PSR-LA)*, one of the founding

organizations. Established in 2021, EJCAP founding members include:


● Physicians for Social Responsibility – Los Angeles

● Just Transition Alliance

● Pacoima Beautiful

● East Yard Communities for Environmental Justice (EYCEJ)

● Valley Improvement Projects

● Black Women for Wellness


Physicians for Social Responsibility – Los Angeles is a membership organization working

towards system and policy changes to ensure that communities are healthy, safe, and

equitable places to live, work, play, and learn. In particular, PSR-LA works to protect

public health from environmental health harm. By working with physicians, health

professionals, and concerned residents, we ensure that the medical community and

policymakers are informed about environmental threats; advocate for safer practices

and alternatives; build coalitions with local, state-wide, and national organizations; and

support the ability for our members and allies to engage in meaningful public health and

environmental advocacy.

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