The West Oakland Environmental Indicators Project is a small team that values direct and open communication, power-sharing and leadership development, acknowledging our own and each others’ unique lived experiences and relationships to privilege, and centering the voices of those most impacted by our work.
Working at WOEIP is an opportunity to put our shared principles of environmental justice to work every day.
- Self examination and evaluation
- Radical confidence
- Struggle is healthy
- Unity without uniformity
- Trust in the process
- Resident-based power through knowledge and political engagement
- Personal and organizational integrity
- Respect for the individual and the individual experience
- Courage to speak truth to power
- Loyalty to allies and an understanding of self-interest
- Leadership by affected persons
Part time | $40,000-$50,000 annually (prorated), with flexible PTO, health benefits payment, and remote work options
West Oakland Environmental Indicators Project (WOEIP) is searching for a part-time Executive Assistant to support our leadership team. The Executive Assistant plays a critical role in the efficient operation of day-to-day activities and the overall success of WOEIP’s mission of helping West Oaklanders achieve healthy homes, healthy jobs, and healthy neighborhoods for all who live, work, learn, pray and play in our community.
Senior Project Manager
Full time | $50,000-65,000, with flexible PTO, health benefits payment, and remote work options
We’re hiring a technically-minded Senior Project Manager to keep our core projects moving forward and running smoothly, while embedding environmental justice principles at every level of the work. This hands-on role provides an opportunity to shape a growing suite of technical projects in various stages of maturity, and develop a more holistic vision for how we deliver across program areas.
Working at WOEIP
WOEIP is an equal-opportunity employer. We are a small team that values direct and open communication, power-sharing and leadership development, acknowledging our own and each others’ unique lived experiences and relationships to privilege, and centering the voices of those most impacted by our work. We especially welcome candidates who identify as Black, Indigenous, people of color, LGBTQ+, or other underrepresented or historically marginalized groups, as well as those with connections to West Oakland. If you need accommodation for a disability during the application process, please let us know.