Senior Federal Campaigns Associate

Senior Federal Campaigns Associate

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As a member of the Federal Campaigns Team, the Senior Federal Campaigns Associate will support and implement efforts to engage key supporters and stakeholders in policy and advocacy. The position serves as a link between The Nature Conservancy’s (TNC) state chapters, TNC’s volunteer leaders & trustees, and the North American Policy & Government Relations (NAPGR) team to promote and implement policies and public funding to create a world where both people and nature thrive.

This position will plan, coordinate, and implement diverse strategies, resources, and programs to engage key supporters and stakeholders (e.g., current and former board members and trustees, volunteer leaders, donors, grasstop influencers, and politically connected stakeholders) in policy and political influence campaigns to further the Conservancy’s priorities related to biodiversity and climate change. Duties may include research; creating communications and talking points on policy opportunities; organizing policy presentations and advocacy trainings; providing strategic advice; and tailoring policy campaign tactics in order to mobilize key supporters to reach and influence key elected officials and administrative leaders on legislative and administrative opportunities & priorities.

The Senior Federal Campaigns Associate will serve as a liaison and informational contact between NAPGR policy experts, state chapters, leadership, and key volunteer leaders & trustees. She/he will develop advocacy tools and resources to engage and support TNC state chapters and help recruit, educate, engage, and inspire key volunteer leaders & trustees.


Are you looking for a career to help people and nature? Guided by science, TNC creates innovative, on-the-ground solutions to our world’s toughest challenges so that people and nature can thrive together. We’re looking for someone who is passionate, motivated problem-solver. Come join TNC and apply today!

Location: DC Metro Area;All United States
Organization: The Nature Conservancy
Deadline: November 27, 2022
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