The Climate Leadership Council, an international policy institute based in Washington, D.C., is seeking a talented and versatile Digital Director to promote our consensus climate solution on a variety of digital platforms and help communicate our proposal to a growing audience. Watch our recent TED Talk to learn more about our plan, and see our list of high-level supporters.
Reporting to the Executive Vice President, the Digital Director’s responsibilities include:
– Website: Develop and implement website strategies to effectively showcase the Council’s content and latest news.
– Social Media: Create and promote content for the Council’s social media platforms, and strategically increase the Council’s online audience.
– Digital Campaigns: Manage all aspects of the Council’s digital campaigns, including creating and curating content for all campaigns and managing budgets for paid social campaigns.
– Analytics: Review and analyze website and social data to continually expand the reach of the Council’s message and increase engagements, and produce analytics reports for each digital campaign.
– Media Launches: Assist with the planning and execution of media launches and press conferences, draft press releases, and seek out high-leverage opportunities for media coverage.
– Media Relations: Field press calls, process media inquiries, and manage media lists.
Successful candidates should have at least five years of experience with digital marketing, website management (WordPress), social media, digital content development, and analytics, as well as experience working in communications and/or public relations. Candidates should possess exceptional project management skills, a knack for strategic messaging, and the ability to thrive in a fast-paced, startup environment.
Competitive salary, based on experience. Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
The Climate Leadership Council is seeking a Research Associate to support its efforts to mobilize global opinion leaders around the most effective climate solutions. The Research Associate, based in Washington D.C., will undertake a mix of research, writing and administrative responsibilities in a fast-paced start-up environment. The position will involve working closely with the Council’s senior staff.
Candidates should preferably have a Masters level qualification. They must have strong research, analytical, communication and organizational skills, and a relevant background in Economics, Public Policy or Environmental Science. A strong quantitative background and knowledge of, or 1-2 years experience with, energy market dynamics is preferred.
Applicants should start by familiarizing themselves with the strategic vision of the Climate Leadership Council. Send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. The cover letter should explain why the applicant is interested in working for the Climate Leadership Council, how this opportunity fits into their long-term career plans, and why their skill set is suited to a start-up organization. This position is available immediately.
The Climate Leadership Council is searching for a Program Associate to support its efforts to enact the “Conservative Case for Carbon Dividends” co-authored by former Secretaries James Baker and George Shultz and other renowned leaders. The Program Associate, based in Washington, D.C., will work on a variety of high-impact projects including – engagement with the U.S. government, business outreach, research, writing, communications, and event planning.
Candidates should have strong communications, research, analytical, and organizational skills and thrive in a fast-paced work environment. Candidates must have 2-5 years of relevant work experience, a high attention to detail, and be able to work on multiple assignments at once.
The Program Associate reports directly to the Council’s Executive Vice President and Senior Vice President. Competitive salary based on experience.
Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
The Climate Leadership Council is searching for an articulate, resourceful and committed Program Intern to support its efforts to mobilize global opinion leaders around the most effective, popular, and equitable climate solutions. The Program Intern, based in Washington D.C., will assist with research, outreach, communications, and other programmatic tasks. Candidates should have strong communication, research, analytical and organizational skills along with a relevant background in Political Science, Economics, Public Policy, Environmental Science or Communications. This position is most suitable for recent graduates or current students.
Applicants should start by familiarizing themselves with the programmatic and strategic vision of the Climate Leadership Council, particularly our recent TED Talk, which can be viewed at go.ted.com/tedhalstead.
Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. The cover letter should explain why the applicant is interested in working for the Climate Leadership Council, and why their skill set is suited for a startup environment.