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Development Director, Co-Exectutive Director

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The Development Director will lead the overall fundraising strategies of the organization, leading the Development Team in identifying opportunities, building donor relationships to support OPAL’s fundraising efforts, and be responsible for supporting OPAL’s community organizing work by raising the necessary resources. This position will also be responsible for identifying new sources of funding (such as at the federal level), and leading fundraising event efforts to raise $1.5-$2.5 million annually.

Operations Manager

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The Operations Manager will help to develop and advance OPAL’s internal systems and policies. This position will update and maintain OPAL’s shared drive, manage accounts payables/receivables, and support the efforts of the Finance and Operations Director.

Youth Environmental Justice Alliance Community Organizer

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The YEJA Community Organizer will work towards OPAL’s mission by overseeing YEJA’s youth engagement initiatives, including Summer recruitment through Serve the People (STP). This Community Organizer position is a member of the OPAL Organizing Team. This is a union-represented position.

Call for Board Members

We are currently seeking new members for the OPAL Board of Directors with strengths in the following areas: youth leadership, conflict resolution, Indigenous and tribal sovereignty, fundraising, government/policy, and environmental justice law.

Applications accepted on a rolling basis.

OPAL’s mission is to build power for environmental justice and civil rights in our communities. OPAL is a movement building organization and believes in the Principles of Environmental Justice and the Jemez Principles for Democratic Organizing, and commits to building a team that reflects the communities most impacted by environmental racism. OPAL is an equal opportunity employer. BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color), transit-dependent, low-income, LGBTQ, people with disabilities, women and/or people who have personal experience of environmental injustice are strongly encouraged to apply.

All applicants must be committed to combating and eradicating anti-Black racism.

Please consider donating to OPAL to support environmental, racial, and economic justice.