Ready to join the Factory Farming Awareness Coalition team?
Factory Farming Awareness Coalition educates and empowers individuals and communities to support just and sustainable food systems. If you are passionate about our mission, want to make a difference for animals, the planet, and the people who work in and are impacted by factory farming, join us!
From social justice to public health to sustainability, factory farming is one of the most serious issues facing the planet.
By educating young people and stakeholder audiences about the realities of factory farming, FFAC works to build both a consumer base for a sustainable, compassionate food system and an informed citizenry that supports cultural and legislative change.
About the Position:
FFAC is seeking a regional organizer in the Chicago, IL, area to raise awareness about factory farming and empower people to make sustainable, compassionate food choices. The primary responsibility is giving presentations to schools, businesses, and community groups about the impacts of factory farming on animals, workers, and the environment. The job also entails creating and maintaining ties with the local community, collaborating with aligned organizations, recruiting and managing student advocates, liaising with staff at local elected offices, and planning local events.
The job will be full-time.
We are seeking candidates who are:
Compensation and benefits:
We consider traditional and nontraditional qualifications and carefully review each resume and cover letter. We encourage you to state how you would add to our culture; what we would gain from having you on our team; and how you align with our organizational vision, mission, and values.
We are committed to hiring and retaining a diverse, culturally competent staff at all levels of the organization. We envision a team that not only reflects the demographics of our country but also continues to deepen their skills and competencies to serve the full range of our audiences. We strongly encourage people of the global majority especially Black and Indigenous folks, LGBTQIA+ individuals, persons living with disabilities, women, non-binary individuals, and people of various socioeconomic backgrounds to apply for this position.
Please submit your resume and cover letter explaining your interest in the position and background in factory farming/food systems work using the form below.