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Executive Director
Encompass
The Encompass executive director is responsible for leading the organization in a manner that supports the mission and sets the vision and tone of the group. They will also develop and execute the strategic plan, model effective leadership, oversee team members and programs, and work collaboratively with the board of directors.

Please visit our website to learn more and apply: https://encompassmovement.org/work-with-us

Terms of Employment: Full-Time (32 hours/week), At-Will, Exempt
Reports to: Board of directors
Location: Remote, we are only able to consider applicants in the U.S.
Salary: $85,000-90,000 USD
Benefits: Health care reimbursement up to $350/month (with a potential to increase in 2023); 403(b) options; 4-day work week, unlimited vacation with a mandatory minimum of 2 weeks off per year, flexible work hours, $40/month remote work stipend, sabbatical opportunity after 4 continuous years of work, $1,500/year professional development budget, and an Encompass-owned computer (if needed)
Travel: Up to three weeks per year for conferences, retreats, and other meetings
Link: https://jobs.encompassmovement.org/jobs/Careers/589233000001509001/Executive-Director?source=CareerSite
Social Movement Research Fellow
Pax Fauna
Pax Fauna is a new organization working to bring a rigorous, research-based approach to the grassroots wing of the animal movement. We are looking to bring on two new research fellows who can thrive in a startup environment. See website for description.
Link: https://www.paxfauna.org/join
Policy Research Fellow
Pax Fauna
Pax Fauna is a new organization working to bring a rigorous, research-based approach to the grassroots wing of the animal movement. We are looking to bring on two new research fellows who can thrive in a startup environment. See website for details.
Link: https://www.paxfauna.org/join
Social Media Intern (Paid)
APEX Advocacy
APEX Advocacy is looking for a dynamic intern who is eager to learn about animal advocacy, veganism, and racial equity, by assisting us with one of our major initiatives, Black Vegan Everything. You will be working closely with our team to oversee the Black Vegan Everything website and social media accounts, conduct research to come up with ideas for new content, and take on various administrative tasks.

Application deadline: March 25, 2022
Link: https://www.apexadvocacy.org/apply
Communications Director
Better Food Foundation
We are seeking someone who can, in collaboration with our leadership, develop and oversee the communications strategy for multiple campaigns and brands that promote plant-based policies, vegan movement building, and farmed animal welfare. We are a close-knit, highly adaptive and fast-paced team that works to test and incubate animal advocacy strategies that are novel, under resourced and can lead to systemic food system change. Deep mission alignment and strong writing skills are the most important qualifications.
Link: https://www.idealist.org/en/nonprofit-job/82e8886af7754cf8bc0abeaa35991b48-communications-director-better-food-foundation-washington
Director of Corporate Engagement
The Good Food Institute
In this role, you will directly impact the transformation of the global food system by helping to lead the Corporate Engagement (CE) department to continued success in accelerating the alternative protein industry. Working with the Vice President of Corporate Engagement, you will help set the strategy and ensure smooth operation of the Corporate Engagement department. (See listing for full details.)
Link: https://gfi.org/job/?gh_jid=5860189002
Federal Legislative Specialist
The Good Food Institute
In this role, you will have the opportunity to lobby for essential research funding and policies that level the playing field for alternative proteins. (See the listing for full details.)
Link: https://gfi.org/job/?gh_jid=5977147002
Legislative Director
The Good Food Institute
In this role, you will manage GFI’s federal legislative initiatives and team. You will remove hurdles and leverage resources to promote progress on alternative proteins. (See the full job post for details.)
Link: https://gfi.org/job/?gh_jid=5898599002
Regulatory Summer Fellow
The Good Food Institute
As a fellow, you will have the opportunity to advance GFI’s mission by conducting research on timely regulatory issues facing the alternative protein industry and producing high-quality research memoranda that will support the Regulatory Team’s work. (See the job posting for full details.)
Link: https://gfi.org/job/?gh_jid=5940863002
Academic Community Coordinator
The Good Food Institute
In this role, you will work with university communities around the world to build the alternative protein research and training ecosystems needed to power the future of food. (See the job posting for full details.)
Link: https://gfi.org/job/?gh_jid=5903413002
Director of Science & Technology
The Good Food Institute
In this role, you will directly impact the transformation of the global food system by supporting the strategic growth and smooth operation of our Science & Technology team as we scale in response to the growing demands of the alternative protein industry. Working with the Vice President of Science & Technology, you will help translate high-level strategy into an implementable plan for sustainable growth of the department and coordination of our key initiatives. (See the job posting for full details.)
Link: https://gfi.org/job/?gh_jid=5944238002
Executive Assistant, Corporate Engagement
The Good Food Institute
In this role, you will have the opportunity to force-multiply the efforts of the Corporate Engagement team by providing administrative support to the VP of Corporate Engagement and supporting the broader team by organizing and executing key departmental functions. (See the job posting for full details.)
Link: https://gfi.org/job/?gh_jid=5986567002
Education and Outreach Coordinator
Luvin Arms Animal Sanctuary
The Education & Outreach Coordinator is responsible for fulfilling the education portion of the Sanctuary’s mission statement, which includes implementing educational programming for all ages (child and adult). As Education & Outreach Coordinator, you will also be responsible for online educational programming.

Humane Education Tours

Coordinate with the Director of Advancement in Ahimsa to create tour scripting and guidelines that are accurate, informative, and in alignment with the mission of Luvin Arms
Provide timely updates as needed to tour guides
Collaborate with Volunteer Director as needed to recruit from our community of volunteers for the tour guide program
Gather feedback from tours to measure impact
Coordinate, schedule, and give both public and private tours as needed
Create and oversee the tour schedule
Visitor/Education Center & Compassion in Action Center (CAC)

Source and stock appropriate educational materials and supplies
Ensure that the center(s) are always presentable for visitors
Recruit, train, and oversee the visitor’s center attendant
Ability to fill in for visitor’s center attendant or tour guides if they are absent
Manage merchandise inventory, sales, and reporting at visitor center
Coordinate community requests to host shared-vision events at the CAC
Onsite & Offsite Humane Education / Outreach Programs

Link: https://www.indeed.com/job/education-outreach-coordinator-716df5bc6c5bdb1a
Corporate Partnerships Specialist, U.S.
Mercy For Animals
We are currently seeking a corporate partnerships specialist to join our engagement team. In this role you will engage and partner with major food companies to increase plant-based options on menus, on shelves, and in portfolios as part of Mercy For Animals’ long-term strategic objective to reduce the number of animals in the food system.

Earn an hourly wage of $21.93 - $24.95 (annual salary of $45,623 - $51,896) depending on qualifications. In addition to a collaborative and innovative work environment, you will be able to take part in our benefits package, including no- or low-cost health, vision, and dental insurance; generous paid time off and sick leave; and 401(k) retirement plan, with a dollar-to-dollar employer match of up to 3 percent of your annual earnings.
Link: https://mercyforanimals.org/jobs/
Development Content Specialist, U.S.
Mercy For Animals
We currently seek a development content specialist to join our team. In this role you will ensure Mercy For Animals inspires and mobilizes donors to support our funding priorities through best-in-class, donor-centric concierge-style engagement strategies aligned across the development division and organization. This position collaborates with internal and external partners to create and manage development-communication initiatives in order to recognize and illustrate to our supporters the impact of their contributions to Mercy For Animals.

Earn an hourly wage of $21.93 - $24.95 (annual salary of $45,623 - $51,896), depending on qualifications. In addition to a collaborative and innovative work environment, you will be able to take part in our benefits package, including no- or low-cost health, vision, and dental insurance; generous paid time off and sick leave; and 401(k) retirement plan, with a dollar-to-dollar employer match of up to 3 percent of your annual earnings.
Link: https://mercyforanimals.org/jobs/
Digital Marketing Manager, U.S.
Mercy For Animals
We are currently seeking a digital marketing manager, U.S., to join our public engagement team. In this role, you will oversee the development and implementation of the organization’s digital marketing plans and build lead-generation and cultivation campaigns leveraging email, SMS, online ads, petitions, and landing pages. The digital marketing manager oversees messaging strategies and supporter engagement by telling powerful stories that drive meaningful, measurable action.

Earn an annual salary of $54,696 - $62,216 depending on qualifications, and enjoy a commute-free life as a remote team member. In addition to a collaborative and innovative work environment, you will be able to take part in our benefits package, including no- or low-cost health, vision, and dental insurance; generous paid time off and sick leave; and a 401(k) retirement plan, with a dollar-to-dollar employer match of up to 3 percent of your annual salary.


Link: https://mercyforanimals.org/jobs/
Video Editor
Mercy For Animals
We are currently seeking a video editor to join our public engagement team. In this role, you will create compelling, high-quality videos focused on the impact of factory farming, farmed animal welfare, plant-based eating, and other related topics that educate our supporters and the general public; align with Mercy For Animals’ vision, mission, and core values; and support the organization’s overall strategic direction.

Earn an hourly wage of $21.93 - $24.95 (annual salary of $45,623 - $51,896), depending on qualifications. In addition to a collaborative and innovative work environment, you will be able to take part in our benefits package, including no- or low-cost health, vision, and dental insurance; generous paid time off and sick leave; and 401(k) retirement plan, with a dollar-to-dollar employer match of up to 3 percent of your annual earnings.
Link: https://mercyforanimals.org/jobs/
Director of Global Policy
Mercy For Animals
We are currently seeking a director of global policy to join our advocacy team. In this role, you will develop and lead Mercy For Animals’ international policy program to advance the mission and vision of the organization. The director of global policy will work with people throughout the world to advocate for farmed animals and a plant-based food system across various intergovernmental bodies.

Earn an annual salary of $69,817 - $79,417 (in the United States*), depending on qualifications. In addition to a collaborative and innovative work environment, you will be able to take part in our benefits package, including no- or low-cost health, vision, and dental insurance; generous paid time off and sick leave; and 401(k) retirement plan, with a dollar-to-dollar employer match of up to 3 percent of your annual earnings.

*Benefits and salary outside the United States will be shared early in the interview process.
Link: https://mercyforanimals.org/jobs/
Global Senior Vice President of Culture
Mercy For Animals
We are currently seeking a global senior vice president of culture to join our senior leadership team. In this role you will lead, develop, and drive Mercy For Animals’ global organizational culture and effectiveness—including the organization’s diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice (DEIJ) strategy—in alignment with Mercy For Animals’ vision, mission, and core values and in support of the organization’s overall strategic direction.

Earn an annual salary of $90,720 - $103,194 (in the United States*), depending on qualifications, and enjoy a commute-free life as a remote team member. In addition to a collaborative and innovative work environment, you will be able to take part in our benefits package, including no- or low-cost health, vision, and dental insurance; generous paid time off and sick leave; and a 401(k) retirement plan, with a dollar-to-dollar employer match of up to 3 percent of your annual salary.

*Benefits and salary outside the United States will be shared early in the interview process.
Link: https://mercyforanimals.org/jobs/
Staff Attorney, U.S.
Mercy For Animals
We are currently seeking a staff attorney to join our legal team. In this role you will provide legal support to all departments, with a particular focus on supporting Mercy For Animals’ Transfarmation project, corporate engagement, and intellectual-property work.

Earn an annual salary of $69,817 - $79,417, depending on qualifications, and enjoy a commute-free life as a remote team member. In addition to a collaborative and innovative work environment, you will be able to take part in our benefits package, including no- or low-cost health, vision, and dental insurance; generous paid time off and sick leave; and a 401(k) retirement plan, with a dollar-to-dollar employer match of up to 3 percent of your annual salary.
Link: https://mercyforanimals.org/jobs/
Social Change Research Internship
Mercy For Animals
As an intern on the research team at Mercy For Animals, you will gain invaluable experience and participate in the following:

- Honing your research skills to co-lead a consumer research project exploring consumer perceptions of the role animal-product alternatives play in their diets (replacement, novel food experience, addition, etc.) and the bases of these perceptions. Research will include literature reviews, surveys, and possibly focus groups.

- Developing organizational and communication skills by growing our list of like-minded academics and using it to lay the groundwork for future collaborative projects focused on Brazil.

- Broadening the scope of your writing skills by making useful academic articles more accessible to Mercy For Animals advocates and possibly more broadly (three hours a week).

- Planning and pursuing a specific line of inquiry that you choose.

(16 weeks, 20 hours a week)

Interns are paid an hourly rate of $17.31 to $20.00, depending on education or experience, and given consistent weekly feedback. Additionally, interns will have opportunities to collaborate with other Mercy For Animals team members and grow their professional networks. Students may also work with their institutions to obtain academic credit.
Link: https://mercyforanimals.org/jobs/
Researcher in Farm Animal Advocacy
Rethink Priorities
https://rethinkpriorities.applytojob.com/apply/6OnyQRQ0X3/Researcher-Animal-Welfare
Link: https://rethinkpriorities.applytojob.com/apply/6OnyQRQ0X3/Researcher-Animal-Welfare
Research Assistant in Animal Welfare
Rethink Priorities
https://rethinkpriorities.applytojob.com/apply/TdzwKjHxSQ/Research-Assistant-Animal-Welfare
Link: https://rethinkpriorities.applytojob.com/apply/TdzwKjHxSQ/Research-Assistant-Animal-Welfare
National Director of Organizing
The Humane League
The National Director of Organizing will develop and implement a national strategy to build power by growing and mobilizing the base of volunteers in the United States working toward THL’s mission to end the abuse of animals raised for food. The National Director of Organizing is a new, mission-critical role, acting as the lead strategist for community organizing and engagement on THL’s US leadership team. Your skills in building trusting relationships, developing savvy strategies for mobilizing people and advancing grassroots campaign goals, training and mentoring field leaders, and translating complicated data and technology into campaign-ready tools will be critical to your success. We want you because you are dedicated to ending the abuse of animals raised for food and are ready to mobilize people to pass animal welfare legislation in key states across the country and hold corporations accountable—influencing institutions to create and implement animal welfare policies that abolish the worst forms of abuse and reduce the suffering of billions of animals. This position reports to the Senior Vice-President, Programs and Development.

Salary range $89,800 - $108,499, to commensurate with experience.
Link: https://thehumaneleague.org/work-with-us
Regional Field Organizer (part time, temporary)
The Humane League
We are seeking a part-time, temporary Regional Field Organizer who will be responsible for recruiting, training, and leading individuals from across your region to join THL’s expanding community of supporters. This position reports directly to the Regional Organizing Manager.
This is a part-time, temporary role, estimated 15 hours per week with occasional nights/weekends and expected to last three months. This is a remote, US based position and we are only able to consider applicants who possess United States work authorization. Candidate must reside in NC, SC, TN, KY, IN or IL.

Hourly rate of $22.22 - $24.01, to commensurate with experience.


Link: https://thehumaneleague.org/work-with-us
Corporate Communications Specialist
The Humane League
We are looking for an experienced communicator and strategic thinker who can create effective and persuasive messaging for a corporate audience, advocating for meaningful animal welfare reforms. As the Corporate Communications Specialist, you will join a team of high-impact advocates who engage with the country’s largest food companies on the most pressing issues affecting farmed animals.
As a Corporate Communications Specialist, your writing and communication expertise will underpin our Corporate Engagement work. Your position plays a critical role in ensuring that the messaging we share with food companies about animal welfare effectively engages them, whether that be through the creation and management of educational websites, scientific reports, corporate presentations, newsletters, or other media. We want you because you know how to motivate audiences who might not think like you. You’re ready to recognize corporations that make progress for animals, and call out those that fail to stop cruel practices. This position will report directly to THL’s Corporate Projects Manager.
Starting salary $53,000 or salary to commensurate with experience.

Link: thehumaneleague.org/work-with-us
Global Campaigns Coordinator
The Humane League
As the Global Campaigns Coordinator, your position plays an integral role in the execution of the tactics and strategies that make up the Open Wing Alliance’s global campaigns. As a campaigner, you will have a deep comprehension of our targets, our primary campaign strategies, and the tools we will use to win. You execute tactics across a variety of media, including email, social media, advertisements, and other digital spaces. You have solid organization and communication skills to mobilize OWA’s member organizations. You are tenacious and motivated to find the key pressure points that will bring us closer to a victory for animals. This position reports directly to the Global Corporate Engagement Senior Manager.
Starting salary $46,200 or salary to commensurate with experience.

Link: thehumaneleague.org/work-with-us
Web Developer II
The Humane League
THL is seeking web developers who love React and Node to join our small team and help us build, deploy, and maintain modern websites and web applications. We are looking for a team player who can work independently and who is always ready to think through and collaborate on tough but rewarding challenges in a remote environment.
Link: https://grnh.se/73a779531us
Senior Writer/Editor
Farm Sanctuary
See link
Link: https://boards.greenhouse.io/farmsanctuary/jobs/4186326003
Legal Advocacy Intern
Animal Equality
Are you a law student or legal professional interested in a career in animal law and/or policy? Animal Equality’s Legal Advocacy Department is hiring a summer intern to assist with our litigation and public policy projects related to issues facing animals raised for food. This role offers the opportunity to gain real-world experience working for an international farmed animal advocacy organization, learning how to combine your legal skills with theory of change and movement strategy to be more effective in the field of animal law.

In this internship, you will assist our Legal Advocacy Counsel with legal and factual research while also getting a lot of experience writing for different types of audiences (e.g., drafting legal memoranda & briefs, letters to lawmakers, public testimony, administrative comments, online action alerts, and more). You will join strategy meetings with other Animal Equality staff as well as members of other organizations whom we work closely with, enabling you to hone your legal strategy skills and build professional connections within the farmed animal protection movement.
Link: https://animalequality.org/jobs/legal-advocacy-intern/
Full Stack Developer
Animal Equality
You’re at ease with webpack and composer without neglecting shell scripting or regular expressions? Not afraid about spending time within the WordPress hooks’ system or recompiling SASS numerous times? You’re willing to work fully remotely with other international developers, learn about a new software stack and use your skills to improve it?

Reporting to the Executive Vice President and collaborating with the rest of the IT team, the Full Stack Developer will take on a key role within our growing international IT team. Our Full Stack developer must have knowledge in all stages of software development.

Primary Responsibilities:

Develop responsive websites and web applications optimized for mobile and desktop devices
Maintain and improve existing web-oriented projects regarding functionality, accessibility, and user experience
Troubleshoot UI and improve its performance accordingly
Maintain and improve code integrity, organization, consistency, and performance
Understanding and implementation of security and data protection
Design overall architecture of Animal Equality’s websites
Perform training and support activities
Collaborate with developers, designers, and sysadmins. Tailor web solutions to their needs and requirements
Maintain consistency with the organization’s brand.
Link: https://animalequality.org/jobs/full-stack-developer/
Communications Manager
Animal Equality
Animal Equality is looking for a purpose-driven Communications Manager to create memorable stories and build media interest around our work for farmed animals in the US.

The Communications Manager is responsible for all communications in the US (including social media, website, media, and public relations) to ensure that both tone and content are in accordance with Animal Equality’s mission, voice, and communications guidelines.

This position is a unique opportunity to advance your career while working with some of the most important media publications in the world and being part of a global team of passionate advocates.

Responsibilities:

Successfully oversee and manage Animal Equality’s Communications Department in the US, including media relations, social media, writing, web development, and graphic design

Work alongside the Vice President to assure the implementation and success of Animal Equality’s voice and the Communication strategy plan in the US

Develop and maintain key media relations that ensure significant media presence for Animal Equality in the US, as well as attending to media interviews and organizing press conferences

Oversee and generate online content in coordination with our marketing department that engages the audience and leads to measurable action

Support the development, distribution, and maintenance of all print and electronic materials including, but not limited to, newsletters, social media, blog, press releases, and Animal Equality websites

Track and measure the level of engagement within Animal Equality’s network over time and make strategic decisions based on relevant tracked data

Provide strategic interdepartmental support, working with all staff, when necessary, on media training, contact management, demonstrations, and promotional materials

Create and generate a strategy for key spokespeople
Link: https://animalequality.org/jobs/communications-manager/
Global Policy Lead
Aquatic Life Institute
The Aquatic Life Institute’s (ALI) Global Policy Lead will be responsible for tracking global policy trends in aquatic animal welfare, identifying key opportunities for commenting on, and influencing future policy directions and decisions. Additionally, the successful candidate will lead ALI’s Global Aquatic Animal Law and Policy coalition members to launch targeted initiatives in order to secure rapid wins for the movement overall.

The Global Policy Lead will be on point for developing and implementing policy priorities and activities, and supporting the organization’s strategic direction. The Global Policy Lead will maintain an open dialogue with key stakeholders, and remain current with global research findings. In order to be successful in this role, you will need to have prior experience in global policy, and be motivated to achieve significant results with minimal resources.
Link: https://ali.fish/global-policy-lead
Head of Open Wing Alliance
The Humane League
We are seeking a strategic and inclusive leader with previous management experience. You will lead an international team that is dedicated to supporting, aligning and empowering Open Wing Alliance members to drive progressive change for billions of farmed animals.
Link: http://thehumaneleagueuk.peoplehr.net/Pages/JobBoard/Opening.aspx?v=0212f3c1-1a19-4d1e-82e8-239abc533def
Philanthropy Manager
Mobius
Posting on behalf of Mobius.

We are looking for someone to join the team to focus in two primary areas with time split 50/50: supporting the grant making process and special projects. On the first, you will evaluate grant opportunities, manage relationships with grantees, and handle logistics for our annual donations to support non profits working to reduce animal suffering and end factory farming. We are one of the top eight funders (in grant dollars) of farmed animal work globally. On the second, you will do research and help execute on emergent projects or ideas that come up in the course of our work.

Previous examples of this emergent and opportunistic work include - identifying political efforts as a white space and organizing a research project that has led to a new 501(c)(4) / PAC being launched, sourcing senior talent for movement-related organizations, building better communications practices for increasing philanthropic contributions to the movement, operational support for new initiatives, offering meditation retreats for animal advocates in multiple languages and countries, etc. This role will flex to match the interest, skillset, and individuality of the person in it. We would expect the role to evolve over time towards the direction of growth of this person.

The primary responsibilities of the Philanthropy Manager are:

● Help clarify our theory of change and philanthropic priorities
● Evaluate grant opportunities and make recommendations
● Communicate with Mobius grantees to stay up to date on the work they’re doing, understand their goals, and identify non-financial ways to support their work
● Communicate with other funders to stay up to date on proposals they’re excited about
● Support emergent ideas or projects that could benefit the movement/ecosystem including research, speaking with relevant stakeholders, and writing up reports and recommendations
● Conduct research projects that will arise on any topic that could benefit the movement
Link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc0v6Flx-Mh4MxTzqVbEhPfskdV7fFpLWPpGjLfuisb7_3OcA/viewform
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