Digital Director

Texas Campaign for the Environment

About the organization

TCE Fund’s mission is to engage people and communities through face-to-face public education, grassroots organizing and action-oriented research for a cleaner and healthier Texas. TCE is the state’s leading canvass-based environmental advocacy group, directly influencing public policy through community-based lobbying. Both organizations lead local, statewide and national issue campaigns to fight pollution, especially fossil fuel facilities that harm communities and worsen climate pollution. TCE Fund and TCE promote clean economy solutions such as Zero Waste and renewable energy.

TCE Fund strives to live by the organizational values of intentionality, justice, respect, teamwork, and vision. All employees, as well as the organization as a whole, use these values to guide the work that we take on, as well as how we go about doing that work. These values are used in our organizational strategic planning and our individual performance evaluations.


The Digital Director is responsible for managing our digital program and strategy, coordinating online engagement activities to amplify our narrative, broaden our base, inspire people to get more involved, and drive fundraising.

The person in this role will be part of a team transitioning methodologies, testing new strategies, and working with staff and volunteers to execute new ideas. Specific job responsibilities will include digital campaign development and management, designing models for volunteer engagements, and supporting canvass staff development. The Digital Director will regularly interact with directors and other staff to collaborate on messaging, campaign strategy, and organizational best practices.

Digital Campaign Design and Management - research, design, and test new outreach methods and volunteer models in order to support campaign strategies and tactics at the local, state, and federal levels.
Support Community Engagement - Support local program and canvass staff efforts to engage supporters to participate in volunteer efforts such as reaching out to others in the community, participating in public meetings or demonstrations.
Coalition Participation - Participate with allies and volunteers in coalitions on shared campaign objectives.
Fundraising - Help the organization raise money.
External Communications - Collaborate with allies and TCE Fund staff to execute traditional and social media strategies.


Five or more years of relevant experience in digital organizing and/or program management. Preferred experience in environmental and/or social justice work.
A commitment to advancing the overarching goal of environmental justice, with an understanding of the range of current challenges and opportunities.
An energetic person who can handle and prioritize multiple activities and responsibilities; a self-starter and finisher.
A team player who inspires collaboration and operates decisively; is flexible and well-organized.
Strong critical thinker and strategic planner.
Emotionally mature and self-confident.
Available to travel throughout the state with occasional trips out of state.
Experience in Texas is strongly preferred.
TCE will require proof of full COVID-19 vaccination of anyone who is to be hired for this position. Reasonable accommodations for documented exemptions may be considered.


$56000-$70000 + insurance coverage (medical/dental/vision, including an HSA account with employer contribution), paid time off and flex/comp time, paid holidays, retirement plan with employer matching contribution, and transportation benefit.

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