CFS empowers people, supports farmers, and protects the earth from the adverse impacts of industrial food and farming production, and promotes organic and sustainable food systems. CFS uses legal actions, policy initiatives, scientific and policy reports, and corporate and grassroots campaigns to reduce the impacts of industrial agriculture on the environment and human health. CFS has an integrated suite of issue areas, including: GMOs, organic foods, climate change, factory farming, pesticides, pollinators, food labeling, food safety, nanotechnology, and more.
About the Position
The Digital Engagement and Advocacy Director will lead the Center's strategic digital engagement and advocacy efforts with the goals of continuing to build our national visibility as a leader in food issues; crafting and implementing effective online advocacy, email, and social media campaigns to support our policy, legal, and corporate / consumer campaign efforts, and; increasing both the breadth and depth of our online membership.
Managing all aspects of digital engagement and advocacy, including (but not limited to):
Successful candidates will have the following qualifications:
To Apply: Please email a cover letter explaining your interest in the position, a resume, a sample campaign email, and three references. Select candidates will be asked to submit a brief written assignment. We will then schedule interviews with select applicants. For consideration, send your materials to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Digital Engagement Director.” Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis.
CFS is an equal opportunity employer. CFS salaries are competitive and based on experience, and include a strong benefits package.