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  • Washington, DC
  • 51 to 200 Employees
  • 2005
  • Nonprofit Organization
  • Civic & Social Services
  • $5 to $25 million (USD)


Food & Water Watch is a leading nonprofit running strategic campaigns to move America off fossil fuels, ensure safe drinking water for all, and challenge the corporate control of our food, water and democracy. We utilize online and field organizing to build the people power we ...
Mission: Food & Water Watch and Food & Water Action vision is to create a healthy future for all people and generations to come—a world where everyone has food they can trust, clean drinking water and a livable climate. Making this happen requires involving people in the pressing issues ...

Food & Water Watch Reviews

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Wenonah Hauter
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36 Ratings
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"Amazing place to work!"

Dec 5, 2022 - Monthly Giving Manager in Washington, DC
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-Full-time remote work -Unionized workplace -Opportunity to do important and meaningful work with people who are passionate about what they do.


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Food & Water Watch Interviews

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Campus Recruiting15%
Staffing Agency15%

  1. Organizer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in United States
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    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview


    I interviewed with the organizing director who said they would get back to me. I wrote them a couple of times to ask if they'd filled the position. They responded they needed to do a second interview to which I agreed. This process was now in its 60th day. After the second panel interview that appeared to go well it was an additional 90 days before I finally withdrew my application. They said there were so many qualified people for the role it was just too hard to make a decision. I wouldn't work anywhere that has this much issue with communication and transparency. Whether intentional or not, massive red flag and i'm glad i avoided it. They still haven't filled the position well over a year after I withdrew my application.

    What do you know about water issues in New Mexico

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