This position builds public support to accomplish conservation campaign or program goals of increasing the number of volunteer supporters that turnout for events; recruits and trains volunteer leaders; develops relationships with community leaders, other organizations, and officials that can influence change.
This position is responsible for recruiting, engaging, and motivating large numbers of new people to take action which will further Sierra Club’s targeted campaign or program goals.Â Identifies and develops volunteers to take on the role of team leaders and build grassroots power and networks. Identifies and builds alliances with other organizations which can influence decision-makers. Regularly works outside of the office and without direct supervision to communicate with officials, the media and the public. Travels to relevant communities and locations to implement campaign plans.
The Organizing Representative is responsible for the coordination and effective implementation of the organizing goals within the assigned campaign or program. Oversees creating the organizing plan and developing the strategy and helps to carry out organizational and issue visibility in regional, national media and in the local community.
Evaluates and measures success of activities with manager and campaign or program leads to ensure progress towards the campaign or program’s mission and goals. Helps determine changes to strategies needed to reach goals.