SEAP is Hiring: Federal Resources Coordinator

The Southern Economic Advancement Project (SEAP) team is seeking to hire a Federal Resources Coordinator, who will be responsible for managing the new Our Dollars, Our Dreams campaign to assist local communities in accessing federal funds and prioritizing equity and engagement in local budgeting. Strong preference will be given to a candidate with experience in climate/environmental policy and/or federal funding streams. 

Click here to read the full Federal Resources Coordinator job description and learn how to apply.

Application materials must be received by September 22, 2023.


About SEAP

Launched in 2019, the Southern Economic Advancement Project (SEAP) partners with policy thinkers and doers to amplify their efforts and bridge gaps in policy infrastructure. SEAP’s goal is to advance policies that improve economic security, healthcare access, and environmental justice for all Southerners—acting as a connector, convener, and policy entrepreneur across issues and states, translating good ideas to the Southern context. SEAP researches policies to achieve stronger outcomes at the state and local level in the South, amplifies the activities of local organizations through technical assistance and grants, and provides a bridge between the best learnings nationally and a regional strategy for implementation and engagement. Embedded in the work of SEAP is a rigorous consideration of race, class and gender, which intersect all social and economic policy in the south.

SEAP is a fully remote workplace and fiscally-sponsored project of Tides Center. SEAP is an equal opportunity employer and affirms in policy and practice to consider all applications in all job classifications, without regard to race, color, creed, national origin, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, familial status, military status, height and weight, genetic predisposition or carrier status, arrest record, or other legally protected status. We strongly encourage people of color, people with disabilities, women, and LGBTQ candidates to apply.