The BlueGreen Alliance unites America’s largest labor unions and its most influential environmental organizations to identify ways today’s environmental challenges can create and maintain quality jobs and build a stronger, fairer economy.
The BlueGreen Alliance’s efforts center on the immediate need to develop commonsense solutions to our environmental challenges in a way that creates and maintains quality, family-sustaining jobs across the economy.

Current Openings

Michigan Organizer
The BlueGreen Alliance is seeking a full-time temporary Michigan Organizer, ideally based in southeast Michigan. The Organizer will be responsible for engaging and mobilizing working people, local leaders, and companies in the automotive sector and raising awareness of local manufacturing gains in advanced, clean, and efficient vehicles and technology, and the need to build on this success. The position will work with labor, environmental, community, and other organizations to build support for policies and actions to sustain and create good jobs in today and tomorrow’s technology across the vehicle and transportation sector. This is a nine-month position, with possibility of extension.

Senior Communications Associate
The BlueGreen Alliance (BGA) seeks qualified candidates for the position of Senior Communications Associate, based in Washington, D.C., will work closely with communications leadership to develop and execute communications strategies around national or federal policies and legislative priorities.

Policy Advisor, Vehicles and Advanced Transportation Program
The BlueGreen Alliance seeking a dynamic individual to join our team as Policy Advisor. This position works with the program director to develop and implement BGA’s policy and legislative agenda on clean and advanced vehicles and transportation, and related manufacturing, labor and technology policy priorities. The Policy Advisor will work in close coordination with BGA staff and partner organizations, participate actively in policy forums and coalitions, and enhance the effectiveness and reach of the program’s innovative and influential materials, events, and outreach. The position will report to the Director of the Vehicles and Advanced Transportation Program and work in the Washington, D.C. office.