Senior Policy Analyst

Launched in March of 2021, the Just Solutions Collective is a BIPOC-led organization that works to broaden and deepen the understanding of equitable and effective climate policies and programs while strengthening the power and capacity of community partners to replicate, scale and build support for justice-centered solutions to the climate crisis. We do this through policy research and analysis, technical assistance, peer learning, strategic cross-sector partnerships, and targeted field building, with an emphasis on accelerating the sharing of policy analysis, solutions and models. Just Solutions is a values-driven organization that invests deeply in the professional development of BIPOC leaders within the organization and through our intentional partnerships with front-line communities.

ABOUT THE POSITION

This Senior Policy Analyst plays a lead role in the development and advancement of Just Solutions’ efforts to support the capacity of environmental justice-climate justice (EJ-CJ) organizations and coalitions that work on the state and local levels to develop, advance and implement equitable climate policy solutions. Given the urgency of the climate crisis and the opportunities created by recent federal laws, we have been asked to ramp up our federal-state policy strategy to support state-based EJ-CJ organizations and coalitions as they work to understand, engage in and shape decisions to align with their priorities and interests. 

To advance this ambitious goal, the Senior Policy Analyst leverages legal analytical skills and technical assistance to support the interests of EJ-CJ organizations. This position will bring a strong foundational knowledge of the policy landscape, and understand the utility of policy, advocacy, and litigation in driving towards Just Solutions’ desired impact.

COMPENSATION

$115,000 - $125,000

HOW TO APPLY

Click here for more information or to apply. TO APPLY

Please submit a current resume and cover letter outlining your interest in the position and capacity to do the job. Your cover letter should include answers to the following questions:

  1. Please describe a key issue or concern when it comes to U.S. climate justice policy, whether at the federal, state, or local level, including why you think it is important?
  2. How would you address this issue through policy change?

Applications should be sent via email to [email protected] Applications will be accepted until Wednesday, December 14. The position will remain open until filled. Applicants who do not follow these instructions will not be considered. 


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  • Deanna Norcross
    published this page in Job Board 2022-11-29 09:21:48 -0500