Jobs with PennEnvironment


Conservation Associate

Work to defend our cornerstone conservation programs from attack at the federal and state level; work to promote and increase stewardship of our public lands and open spaces; and tackle the threat that single-use plastics like bags, straws and foam takeout containers are having on our communities, our waterways and our wildlife. MORE | APPLY 

Western Pennsylvania Organizer

Join our Pittsburgh team to work to educate and energize the public on the most critical environmental issues facing the planet, including tackling climate change, halting fracking, reducing air and water pollution, and getting off of single-use plastics. Our organizer will work to build the power needed to convince our elected officials to tackle these issues, including grassroots mobilization, activating coalition partners and decision makers and garnering media attention. MORE | APPLY 

Fellowship

Start your career in environmental action and advocacy by working closely with one of our experienced program teams as a Fellow. Each year, we hire recent college graduates with the passion, the commitment and the talent to build the support it takes to reduce global warming pollution, create more solar and wind power, spare our parks and forests from fracking, keep our beaches, rivers and streams clean, and protect our wildlife and wild places. MORE | APPLY 

Climate Defender Organizer

PennEnvironment’s Climate Defender Organizers are responsible for recruiting, developing and mobilizing powerful teams of concerned citizens to become climate volunteers in critical communities across the state. As a Climate Defender Organizer, you will work with our existing network of hundreds of team members and activists, and expand volunteer teams in key political areas to ensure support from local decision-makers for climate action. MORE | APPLY 

Environmental Campaign Staff

Across the country, our environment faces some tough challenges. But we know what we need to win: citizen support and grassroots action. That’s why we’ve partnered with the Fund for the Public Interest to hire college students, graduates, and activists across the state to go out into communities to talk with citizens about the issues, raise money, and build membership for PennEnvironment. Staff also have the opportunity to work with the media, build coalitions and mobilize activists. Similar positions are available in more than 50 offices across the country. For more information or to apply, visit www.JobsThatMatter.org

PennEnvironment is an equal opportunity employer.