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Campaign Representative, Beyond Oil – easy apply

Sierra Club San Francisco, Washington DC, or Minneapolis

Scope: The Campaign Representative is responsible for the planning, coordination and implementation of the Beyond Oil Campaign strategies and… Glassdoor


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    Great place to start your career...

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    Former Employee - Associate Representative in Washington, DC
    Former Employee - Associate Representative in Washington, DC

    I worked at Sierra Club full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    The people are incredible. They are motivated, smart, fun and down-to-earth. Hard work is often recognized and rewarded with more responsibility. This is a great place to work while you are young and interested in building a strong but diverse set of skills.

    Cons

    Although hard work is recognized through opportunities to take on more challenging project/campaigns, it can be difficult to build a long-term career at the Sierra Club. Many of the organization's sharpest employees begin to look elsewhere in their mid-career because there are limited opportunities for upward mobility.

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    Regrettably, during my time at the Club I saw a number of very strong employees leave, not because they were disappointed with their work or the culture at the Club, but rather because the salaries are simply not competitive. Paying some the organization's highest performing staff five to ten thousand dollars more could go a long way in helping to retain the organization's strongest asset, human capital.

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