The U.S. Climate Alliance is a bipartisan coalition of governors committed to upholding the goals of the Paris Agreement. The U.S. Climate Alliance Secretariat provides strategic, convening, analytical and other functions to support Alliance states in making progress on their climate priorities. For more information on the on the Alliance, please visit: www.usclimatealliance.org.
The U.S. Climate Alliance Secretariat is seeking a State Climate Policy Communications Fellow ready to contribute to its research, communications, and coordination work. The State Climate Policy Communications Fellow will support the Alliance’s communications efforts through research support; newsletter development; event planning; digital/social media engagement; news monitoring; website updates; and other general assistance.
The State Climate Policy Communications Fellow reports to the Communications Director of the U.S. Climate Alliance Secretariat in support of Alliance states, and will be expected to work as part of a broader team that includes Alliance staff, consultants, external partners and member states. The State Climate Policy Communications Fellow supports and responds to state-led initiatives and works with the Energy and Climate team at the United Nations Foundation, which houses the U.S. Climate Alliance Secretariat.
The Fellow will be expected to work Monday to Friday at a maximum of 29 hours per week over a 12-week period. Candidates should clearly specify their anticipated start date in their cover letter, as well as their expected time commitment and any barriers related to their availability.
Due to exceptional circumstances, the UNF offices are currently closed and all employees are working remotely. The Fellow will be expected to work remotely and will supply their own laptops and internet connection. The work schedule will be agreed upon with your supervisor. This is a paid opportunity and offers a rate of $20/hour.
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