Fossil Free Eugene and Lane County



Beyond Toxics is a member of Fossil Free Eugene and Lane County, a coalition of grassroots organizations and community members calling on the City of Eugene to follow through with the climate goals that it set for itself and lead a just transition away from fossil fuels for all of its residents. Learn more In 2014, the City of Eugene passed the Climate Recovery Ordinance (CRO) with bold targets to reduce our consumption of fossil fuels and prevent catastrophic climate change. Now, more than six years later, the City has done little to ensure that these goals are met. As the climate crisis continues to worsen and our local community is impacted by climate-driven wildfire and drought, it is time for the City to act.

The Fossil Free Eugene and Lane County Coalition seeks to prevent construction of new fracked gas (methane) infrastructure in buildings in the City of Eugene and develop an equitable and just framework and funding mechanism for transitioning existing buildings off of fracked gas in the near future. Coalition members are also working at the county level to attain similar goals toward transitioning off of fossil fuels.

Job Opening:
Fossil Free Eugene & Lane County Seeks Coalition Coordinator

Coalition Coordinator Position Summary:
The Fossil Free Eugene and Lane County coalition is seeking a coordinator to work with our
ever-growing coalition of organizations and advocates working to ensure a community powered
by clean renewable electricity and thus more resilient to climate change. The Coordinator will schedule and facilitate regular meetings of the Steering Committee and full Coalition, will keep agendas and notes and work with the Steering Committee on implementing and revising the Coalition’s campaign plans. The Coordinator will also focus on outreach and collaboration with Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC), rural and low income communities in the Eugene area and across Lane County, as well as key unions that stand to be impacted by the transition off of fossil fuels. The Coordinator will be responsible for updating the coalition website and engaging across social media channels. This is a part time position requiring reliable internet, phone and computer access.

Read the Job Announcement (PDF)

We are currently accepting applications. Priority review will begin January 24th, 2022. Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. The position is open until filled. Due to capacity, only those applicants invited to interview will be contacted. We anticipate a mid-February, 2022 start date.

Email a cover letter, resume with three professional references, and relevant writing sample (not longer than 10 pages) as a single PDF to with “FFE Coalition Coordinator” in the subject line. No phone calls or additional emails please.

Thank you for your time and interest!