National Policy Manager
EVHybridNoire is seeking a National Policy Manager to lead our federal advocacy efforts and support our city- and state-level advocacy work. We are looking for candidates with experience and interest in all aspects of e-mobility and transportation advocacy and policy analysis. Qualified candidates will be deeply committed to equity and justice, and have at least some understanding of how those issues intersect with transportation. This position is a great opportunity for an entrepreneurial individual to join a small but quickly growing team, take on a lot of responsibility from Day 1, and make a difference in advancing access to electric vehicles across the country.
EVHybridNoire is the nation’s largest network of diverse electric vehicle drivers and enthusiasts. An organization with a passionate and dedicated team, our mission is to advance EVs and other “e-mobility” solutions--and ensure those solutions are inclusive and equitable. We engage with communities often left out of e-mobility discussions, advocate for e-mobility solutions in underserved communities, and shift the narrative about e-mobility to be more inclusive of diverse populations. Specifically, our work involves a mix of grassroots engagement, media outreach, research, speaking engagements, and advocacy and decision-maker education. That work spans many aspects of e-mobility and equity, including climate justice, workforce development, public health, multimodal mobility and creative financing of e-mobility solutions. We’re currently focused on growing our organization to meet expanding demand for our advocacy efforts and thought leadership.
A typical day in your role might look like: meeting with staff at the U.S. Department of Transportation regarding how best to infuse equity into federal e-mobility programs; drafting a policy brief explaining EVHybridNoire’s position on EV registration fees; reviewing a press release to ensure we accurately explain the equity impacts of a policy or program; collaborating with EVHN’s Midwest Program Manager to draft testimony for a Chicago City Council hearing on electric buses; and briefing the EVHN team on how a recent federal bill’s passage will impact our state-level work.
In the role, you’ll be responsible for:
Key Skills & Experience
Desirable Skills & Experience
*We recognize experience that is volunteer, unpaid or lived experience. If you meet a majority of but not all of the criteria for this position, but you think you'd be a great fit in this role, please get in touch.
US; Remote, though there is a strong preference for this position to be based in Washington, D.C. When convening in person is safe and COVID-19 travel guidelines are updated accordingly, occasional travel to represent EVHybridNoire at key stakeholder meetings and events will be expected.
Salary & Benefits
Depending on experience (including unpaid and other experiences) and capacity to take on responsibility, the salary range is $85,000 - $100,000.
EVHybridNoire is committed to creating a workplace that supports our staff to do their best work and develop professionally. This position will have the following in place to help us achieve that:
EVHybridNoire is an equal opportunity employer with a justice-centered mission, and we make a particular effort to recruit people of color to apply for open positions.
How to Apply
Apply here. Applications close on May 10, 11:59 PM PT.