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Employment opportunities

Contract Hawai'i Organizer — PAN is seeking a high-impact contract Organizer to support activities related to an international convening of food democracy and environmental health advocates on the Hawaiian islands. PAN is working with the rest of PAN International network and allies on Hawai’i to convene an international food justice summit in January 2016. The primary role of the part-time Organizer will be to build support for this summit through community outreach, media work, and online engagement leading up to and following the event. This position combines coalition-building with community organizing and expertise in both social and traditional media.

To apply: Please submit an email with “Hawaii Organizer: [your name]” in the subject line, and attach a letter of interest, a resume with work experience, salary history, a copy of an organizing or campaign plan you have developed in the past, and a writing sample to Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Selections of candidates for interview will be made beginning November 16, 2015 and continue as long as well-qualified candidates present themselves or until the position is filled.

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Executive Director, Californians for Pesticide Reform — CPR is seeking a motivated, independent and committed person to join our team and bring strategic vision and leadership to pesticide, agriculture and environmental justice issues. CPR is a dynamic statewide coalition founded in 1996 to protect public health, improve environmental quality, and advance a sustainable and just agricultural system by building a diverse statewide movement to change local and statewide pesticide policies and practices. The coalition is deeply committed to environmental health and justice. With over 190 member organizations statewide, CPR’s collaborative model, diversity of strategies and strong grassroots participation have allowed us to achieve great gains in environment- and health-protective pesticide practices and policies in California.

The Director is responsible for leading strategic coalition development, including long-term program strategy and resource development. The Director is responsible for leading staff and coalition members with vision and attention to CPR's theory of change and coalition values, and ensuring effective coalition strategy, funding, structure and culture.

To apply: Send applications by e-mail with “Executive Director position” in the subject line to Complete applications include a cover letter, resume with salary history, and short writing sample. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, but candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible; first selection of candidates for interview will be made by September 11, 2015.

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Contract Communications Coordinator  — Part-time position for experienced contract Communications Coordinator with a national consortium of organizations working to advance protections for bees (see The position combines content creation and press engagement, and requires strong writing skills, attention to detail and ease with working in a dynamic coalition environment on short deadlines. The ideal candidate will also have a deep interest in strategic communications for social and food system change. This competitive position starts as soon as possible, with an initial contract through January 2016, and potential for renewal thereafter. Requires approximately 40 hours/month, with potential for growth.

To apply: Please email a letter of interest stating why you want to work with this national consortium, a resume with work experience and one writing sample that you alone have authored to with “Communications Coordinator application” in the subject line. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, with interviews beginning as soon as qualified candidates are identified.

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Intern or volunteer with PAN

Interns and volunteers work with PAN staff, conducting research, analysis and outreach for specific projects and campaigns. They carry out PAN’s mission of building a healthy, thriving system of food and farming for all.

We have current openings! View our internships page for detailed information.