Executive Director

Are you someone who’s passionate about fighting climate change and democratizing energy? 

Would you be excited to apply your non-profit experience to help us establish a renewable and public-owned electricity utility in Ann Arbor?

If this sounds like you, then you may be a great fit for our Executive Director position with Ann Arbor for Public Power. In this role, you’ll play a key role by helping us stay organized and communicate effectively, both internally and externally. 

All in all, your work will be crucial to helping us WIN 100% renewable public power in Ann Arbor!

About Ann Arbor for Public Power

Ann Arbor for Public Power is a coalition of local residents and organizations advocating for a 100% renewable, public-owned electricity utility for our city. Why public power? In brief, public power is more affordable, reliable, and accountable to its customers, giving the people of Ann Arbor who want to transition off of fossil fuels the power to do so. Learn more about us and our mission here!

What You’ll Do

As our Executive Director, you’ll wear a lot of hats and be responsible for a variety of administrative functions. This will include tracking our quarterly goals and outcomes, supporting our canvassing efforts, and bolstering our fundraising efforts. Other duties include drafting agendas, taking notes, engaging with volunteers, and communicating with allied organizations.

Job Requirements

  • Passion for our mission and a collaborative spirit
  • Commitment to guiding our organization to meet quarterly goals
  • At least 1-2 years of experience at a non-profit or similar organization
  • Financial / administration management skills
  • Strong written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills
  • Comfort with learning new skills and becoming familiar with new technology
  • Availability to attend in-person events in the city of Ann Arbor is strongly preferred

Hours and Compensation

This is a paid position with benefits included. Pay is equivalent to $26.16/hr for 30 hours per week, paid in salary bi-weekly at a rate of $1,570 per pay period. Funding is secured through March 29th 2024, with expectation that more funding will be secured before that date to continue employment. The position is primarily work-from-home with regular virtual meetings.

Take the first step in winning renewable public power in your backyard by applying today!