Job Type: Temporary
Salary Details: $3600-4200/month
Location: Remote, but an ideal candidate would live within 30 miles of Olympia. Frequent trips to Olympia will be necessary, as well as occasional trips to other locations in Western Washington.
Hours: 30-40 hours per week. Starting February 1st 2023, ending late May 2023.

Protect WA State Legacy Forests Campaign 
Washington State’s older state-owned forests store carbon at remarkable rates. These older forests are also being clear-cut at alarming rates under current state policy—up to 5,000 more acres are slated to be cut in the next year. This aggressive rate of logging worsens climate change, landslides and flooding. To meet our 2050 climate goals, we must create new tools and approaches including the state’s new Natural Climate Solutions Account to 1) immediately protect these carbon dense forests and 2) purchase replacement lands for timber production to maintain rural jobs and to protect our forests from conversion and development. 

While the Campaign Organizer will be working closely with consultants and coalition members on the campaign, they will be working for CRF to support our objective of protecting legacy forests. 

About The Position
Our Campaign Organizer will coordinate and oversee many aspects of the campaign, working with the campaign committee, volunteers around WA State, the CRF team and campaign consultants. 


  • Organize citizens to take action 
  • Write emails and help manage the website 
  • Create and manage the campaign schedule and potential community outreach
  • Coordinate and support campaign events 
  • Draft and schedule campaign emails 
  • Collaborate with coalition partners to mobilize their networks 
  • Run an aggressive outreach plan including phone banking to meet our campaign goals
  • Recruit, train, and manage volunteers 
  • Generate progress reports of number of people contacted 
  • Communicate professionally and in a timely manner with supporters, allies, and consultants
  • Other duties as assigned 


  • Self-motivated and strategic, with experience handling multiple priorities and maintaining attention to detail in a high-stakes, deadline-driven environment 
  • High standards for honesty, integrity, and follow-through 
  • Excellent writing and editing skills 
  • Excellent and clear oral communications skills 
  • Strong organizational, time management, and problem-solving skills 
  • Proficient at working in a collaborative team environment 
  • Basic proficiency with Google Sheets or Excel 
  • Willingness to work evenings and weekends as needed 
  • A valid drivers’ license and reliable vehicle 

Desired, but not required, qualifications include

  • Experience with Votebuilder/VAN 
  • Design platforms such as Canva and PowerPoint 
  • Website maintenance skills 
  • Familiarity with the Washington State legislative process 
  • Passion for forest conservation and ecology 

Timeline: Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. We have the intention of hiring by February 1st 2023. This position will run through late May 2023. There is the possibility to continue employment in a similar position with the Center for Responsible Forestry beyond the May end date. 

To Apply

Submit a resume and writing sample, and complete the application through the following link: 

If you have difficulty accessing or uploading documents to the Google Form, email Brel Froebe at