Employment Opportunities

Jobs

Corporate Accountability International is expanding! We are challenging some of the world’s most powerful industries and are growing our team to meet the demand for this critical work. All positions are listed until filled.  Click here for more information on our internship opportunities.

  • This is a hands-on role, designed to mentor and cultivate entry-level professionals who are interested in a career in digital organizing, particularly in the social change field. The Digital Campaigns Fellow will report to the Digital Director and contribute to the growth of the organization’s email advocacy program. The Digital Campaigns Fellow will also take on projects involving the organization’s web and social media presence. As the Digital Campaigns Fellow, you will generate grassroots action from activists in each of our campaign areas and increase online fundraising.
  • The Recruitment and Training Organizer will play a lead role in growing Corporate Accountability International’s team of staff and interns by implementing an outreach program and interview process while building a training program to win our high impact campaigns. They will work with staff across the organization to identify talented candidates, coordinate interviews, and drive the training program.
  • We are in the midst of a health crisis of epidemic proportions. Global corporations have driven a breakdown of our food system and children today face skyrocketing rates of diet-related diseases like obesity and type II diabetes. Fast food corporations like McDonald’s target children as young as two—hooking them on the junk food brand at a young age and creating customers for life. With billion-dollar marketing budgets that intentionally target low income communities and communities of color, McDonald’s and the fast food industry drive disproportionately high rates of diet-related disease among these communities.
  • The Senior Researcher will play a lead role in providing the information and analysis necessary to develop and carry out the Campaign to Challenge Corporate Control of Water. Their research will focus on documenting abuses of the private water industry, developing campaign strategies and tactics, and supporting the advancement of policies and international regulatory instruments to hold transnational corporations accountable for their abuses. The Senior Researcher will work in close partnership with the campaigns team and be responsible for gathering, analyzing and presenting information; fact-checking campaign and organizational materials; and maintaining relationships with key allied organizations.

Internships

Our internships are a unique opportunity to gain valuable organizing and non-profit experience. This is a hands-on program, designed to mentor and cultivate students interested in social justice, strengthen their understanding of a fast-paced campaign organization, and prepare them with the skills and experience necessary to challenge corporate abuse.

  • The Campaign Organizing Internship is a skills-building internship in which interns will take on significant projects to advance Corporate Accountability International’s mission in one of the three campaign areas. Interns will participate in organizing efforts of the Think Outside the Bottle and Public Water Works! Campaigns to challenge corporate control of water, the Value [the] Meal campaign to challenge corporate abuse of our food, or the campaign to Challenge Big Tobacco. The projects will be coupled with training sessions on action planning, campaign research, media outreach, fundraising, and many other topics.
  • This is a skills-building internship in which interns will take on significant projects to advance Corporate Accountability International’s mission, focusing on our campaign to advance the human right to water and challenge water privatization globally, and to bolster public water systems to provide access to clean drinking water and sanitation to nearly a billion people who currently lack access. The projects will be coupled with training sessions on action planning, campaign research, media outreach, fundraising, and many other topics.
  • This is a skills-building internship in which interns will take on significant projects to advance Corporate Accountability International’s mission, including the Think Outside the Bottle and Public Water Works! campaigns to challenge corporate control of water, the Value [the] Meal campaign to challenge corporate abuse of our food , and the campaign to Challenge Big Tobacco. The projects will be coupled with training sessions on action planning, campaign research, media outreach, fundraising and many other topics.
  • The Development Intern will work with our team of fundraisers and membership outreach staff as they organize and engage our members across the country in support of our campaigns. The intern will also help build and refine our list of current and potential major donors to support Corporate Accountability International’s campaigns.
  • This is a skills-building internship in which interns will take on significant projects to advance Corporate Accountability International’s mission, including the campaigns to Challenge Big Tobacco and Challenge Corporate Control of Water.  The Challenge Big Tobacco campaign is working to see to the implementation of the world’s first and only global public health and corporate accountability treaty on tobacco. The Challenge Corporate Control of Water campaign aims to build a world where everyone has access to safe drinking water and where water is governed democratically by organizing to end the World Bank’s promotion of water privatization and advancing the human right to water at the United Nations. We work with dozens of grassroots organizations across the globe to achieve these goals. The projects will be coupled with training sessions on action planning, campaign research, media outreach, fundraising and many other topics.
  • The Non-Profit Administration Intern will play a unique role in the organization by supporting projects such as implementation of an outreach program to identify and hire top-notch candidates for entry-level to senior staff positions or developing systems for supporting campaign actions. This internship is an excellent introduction to non-profit administration.
  • In this skills-building remote internship program, experienced student activists take on significant campaign work to advance Think Outside the Bottle by building a team of activists on their campus to eliminate bottled water while simultaneously working with other student leaders on college campuses across the country. The internship will include direct supervision from National Campaign Organizer staff remotely from Boston and skills trainings on grassroots campaign planning, strategy, tactics, student outreach and advocacy. For student leaders with campaign experience, this is a great way to support new student activists, increase your impact nationally, and hone organizing skills.
  • In this skills-building remote internship program, student leaders take on a significant campaign project to advance Think Outside the Bottle by building a team of activists on their campus to eliminate bottled water while developing strong leadership, communication and organizing skills.

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