EIP is a nonprofit organization established in March of 2002 by former EPA enforcement attorneys to advocate for more effective enforcement of environmental laws. The organization has three objectives: (1) to provide objective analyses of how the failure to enforce or implement environmental laws increases pollution and affects the public’s health; (2) to hold federal and state agencies, as well as individual corporations, accountable for failing to enforce or comply with environmental laws; and (3) to help local communities obtain the protection of environmental laws.
- Provide administrative support to Executive Director and senior staff
- Maintain Executive Director’s schedule and general staff calendar
- Coordinate meetings including travel logistics and document preparation
- Manage development database and correspondence
- Assist with grant processing such as gathering and preparing materials for proposals and reports
- Assist with outreach activities
- Events planning: Assist with logistics around fundraising events, campaigns, and projects Purchase supplies and equipment for office
- Copying, collating, faxing, filing
- Prepare documents for mailing and take to Post Office as needed
- Perform ad hoc administrative duties as assigned
Qualifications and Requirements:
- Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in a related field
- 2-5 years of experience in the nonprofit industry
- Experience with Constant Contact, Adobe Suite, and Salsa donor software are a plus
- Superior attention to detail and organizational skills
- Enthusiastic, flexible team player with a sense of humor willing to take initiative and work hard
- Integrity, honesty, customer-service, professionalism, and communication skills
- Interest in the nonprofit sector, the environment and/or public interest law is a big plus
Candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and three references by email to email@example.com .
Requirements:Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in accounting or related field. 3+ years accounting experience in a nonprofit environment preferred. Proficiency in Quickbooks and Excel are a must, as well as experience with payroll and timekeeping applications. Organized self-starter who can contribute to improving systems and enjoys working with a team on a variety of tasks.
- Process payroll on a biweekly basis
- Coordinate annual 5500 filing with 401K Administrator
- Process quarterly company profit-sharing contributions to 401K plan
- Allocate timesheet data for grant tracking purposes
- Review quarterly and yearly tax filing for accuracy
- Process contribution receipts and track grant income
- Maintain deposit records and detailed contribution listings
- Accrue for grant receivables as needed
- Process vendor invoices, employee expense reimbursements, and other payment requests
- Maintain vendor files including contracts, W-9 forms, and corresponding leases
- Prepare payments on a weekly basis
- Reconcile credit card purchases and record expenses
- Reconcile bank accounts
- Reconcile balance sheet accounts
- Prepare salaries and wages allocation on a monthly basis
- Prepare benefits and G&A allocations on a monthly basis
- Record monthly prepaid expenses on an accrual basis
- Prepare grant reports as requested
- Prepare monthly financial statements including Balance Sheet, P&L, and P&L vs. Budget
- Coordinate preparation of 990 annual filing
- Coordinate completion of annual audit and preparation of audited financial statements
To apply please submit your resume, cover letter and two references to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Environmental Integrity Project (EIP) is seeking a full-time Research Analyst to advance Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, and other environmental protections at the federal, state, and local levels. This position is located at our Washington, D.C. office and is available starting in June 2019.
The Research Analyst will primarily support EIP’s oil and gas program. The Research Analyst will compile, manage, analyze, map, and visualize data related to air and water pollution; submit and review public information requests to state and federal government agencies; assist with field work and case development; research and write research memos, public reports, and website content; and carry out other tasks and travel as needed.
Qualifications: The ideal candidate will be a proactive, highly-organized, detail-oriented, and self-starting individual with strong analytical, computational, and written and oral communication skills. They will also thrive in a fast-paced work environment and be able to balance multiple projects with competing deadlines.
Experience and Education: At least two years of relevant professional experience and a 4-year college degree or at least one year of relevant professional experience and a masters degree or higher in environmental sciences, environmental engineering, environmental management, public health, GIS, or a related field. Some experience or coursework related to the oil and gas industry and pollution is preferred.
Technical Skills: Proficient in Microsoft Office, particularly Excel, and ArcGIS desktop and online mapping applications. Experience using EPA databases like Enforcement and Compliance History Online and the Toxics Release Inventory, and R for statistical computing are a definite plus.
Compensation and Hours: Competitive nonprofit salary commensurate with experience, with benefits. 40 hours per week.
To Apply: Please submit PDF copies of a cover letter, resume, and a brief and relevant writing sample by May 30, 2019. Include your preferred start date and minimum salary requirements in your cover letter. Application materials can be e-mailed to Courtney Bernhardt at email@example.com (please put your last name and “Research Analyst Application” in the subject line), or mailed to Environmental Integrity Project, Attn: Courtney Bernhardt, 1000 Vermont Ave. N.W. Suite 1100, Washington, DC 20005.
Law Clerk – Fall 2019
The Environmental Integrity Project (EIP) is seeking law clerks for fall 2019 to advance environmental protections at the federal, state, and local levels under the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, and other federal and state environmental laws. The clerks’ duties will include legal research related to environmental, administrative, and information-collecting statutes and regulations, review of pollution permits and data, and production of legal memoranda, public comments, litigation documents, and issue-focused reports. Candidates with a background or coursework in environmental/administrative law and a demonstrated commitment to environmental protection are preferred.
Qualifications: Candidates preferably should have completed at least one year of law school and have a strong interest in environmental advocacy. The ideal candidate will have a background or coursework in environmental/administrative law and a demonstrated commitment to environmental protection and/or non-profit advocacy. Previous experience with the Clean Air Act and/or the Clean Water Act, developing or litigating cases, commenting on or challenging permits or rules, policy analysis, media outreach, and/or coalition building would also be helpful. Candidates should be able to handle multiple tasks at once and work well with others, and must demonstrate strong writing and analytical skills.
Compensation / Hours: Hourly wage or academic credit. Full- or part-time.
To Apply: Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and candidates are encouraged to apply as early as possible. Candidates should send a cover letter, resume, writing sample, law school transcript (unofficial is fine), and three references by email to Sylvia Lam, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications may also be submitted by mail to the following address: Fall Law Clerk Position, Environmental Integrity Project, 1000 Vermont Ave. NW, Suite 1100, Washington, D.C. 20005