Main Areas of Responsibility:
We are seeking a full-time exempt Climate and Energy Advocate to develop, coordinate, and implement
public policy initiatives that advance New Mexico’s leadership to address climate change, development
of clean energy resources, and just transition. We are looking for an ambitious, collaborative, and goaldriven
individual who enjoys working with a team, understands the importance of civic engagement in
the policy process, and is passionate about climate and energy advocacy.
Additional Areas of Responsibility:
The Climate and Energy Advocate must be committed to our mission and values of authentic community
and stakeholder engagement in policy work, and equitable opportunities that promote race equity,
diversity, and inclusion. CVNM staff incorporate these values into our day-to-day systems and work, and
provide key support for collaboration across departments and organizational partnerships.
This role requires a minimum of 3 years working on issues related to climate change, utility regulation, energy
policy, or issue advocacy; knowledge of how of how a bill becomes a law and city/county/state policy processes; knowledge of Navajo Nation and/or Tribal Government policy processes; and the ability to work independently, meet deadlines, and troubleshoot challenges.