Job Opportunities

Job postings will be active for 30 days upon approval. Please follow the instructions in each posting to apply.

CLOCC will post internship opportunities on this board as they become available. Please respond to specific openings rather than sending in a general request or inquiry.

Chief Financial and Administrative Officer – IPHI

Business/Organization:

Illinois Public Health Institute (IPHI)
Administration
310 S. Peoria St., Suite 404, Chicago, IL

Job description:

The Chief Financial and Administrative Officer (CFAO) is a newly created leadership role for the Illinois Public Health Institute (IPHI), an $8+ million premier public health institute that mobilizes stakeholders, catalyzes partnerships, and leads action to improve public health systems to maximize health, health equity and quality of life for people and communities. IPHI advances health through three program centers: The Center for Community Capacity Development, the Center for Health and Information Technology, and the Center for Policy and Partnership Initiatives. IPHI is in the midst of rapid growth across all of our program areas; the CFAO position is a tremendous opportunity for the right individual to help a passionate and dedicated team of about 30 to execute on our new opportunities to create systems and policies that will make a difference in Illinois’ most vulnerable communities and nationwide. IPHI conducts its work through innovative multi-sector collaborations with government agencies, community partners, advocacy organizations and state and national public health leaders. The CFAO, who reports to the CEO, will help IPHI manage and enhance our recent growth by developing IPHI’s financial management and administrative strategy and contributing to the development and attainment of our strategic goals

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Associate Director of Legislative Affairs: The Good Food Institute

Business/Organization:

Good Food Institute
Legislative Affairs
1380 Monroe St. NW #229, Washington, DC

Job description:

The Associate Director of Legislative Affairs will leverage the legislative process to promote a healthy, sustainable, and just food system. The Good Food Institute (GFI) is at the forefront of the movement to use food technology and markets to solve some of the world’s biggest problems, from climate change and global hunger to antibiotic resistance and the exploitation of billions of animals annually.

In this role, you will have the opportunity to promote a healthy, sustainable, and just food system. You will be responsible for managing GFI’s legislative initiatives/team and using state/federal legislation to remove hurdles and leverage resources to promote progress on alternative proteins. This position will be responsible for:

  • Working with GFI’s Director of Policy, legislative team, and SciTech Team to develop the organization’s strategy to secure public funding for open-access research that will accelerate progress on alternative proteins.
  • Speaking clearly and persuasively on cultivated meat, plant-based meat, and other alternative proteins to congressional staff and other audiences.
  • Managing the Senior Legislative Specialist, Senior Policy Specialist, and any future legislative roles on the Policy team.
  • Serving as the point person on legislative issues for GFI, including with the press.
    Writing op-eds, white papers, and policy briefs, as needed.
  • Building alliances and cultivating support for shared goals with other nonprofit organizations.
  • Complying with all relevant lobbying protocol, including lobbyist registration and reporting, using proper codes, and time tracking.
  • Performing other duties as assigned.

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Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI): Field Organizing Manager

Business/Organization:

Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI)
Food and Nutrition Policy
1220 L St. N.W. Suite 300, Washington, DC

Job description:

Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) is searching for a Field Organizing Manager to lead a team of four community organizers and to help develop, implement, and manage grassroots strategies to support national, state, and local policies and corporate campaigns. This is a great opportunity for someone who is passionate about food and nutrition policy with five – seven years of organizing experience and demonstrated ability to manage others. The positions in located in CSPI’s DC office. Learn more or apply.