Project Coordinator - Stop Gross Dam Expansion Campaign

Job Type

Part Time




Details: You will be contracted hourly. The rate will range between $15-$20/hour depending on prior experience.



Start Date


Application Deadline



United States


Project Coordinator

Just 11 miles from downtown Boulder, Denver Water proposes to enlarge the existing Gross Dam, resulting in the biggest and most environmentally damaging construction project in Boulder County’s history.  If you live in or around Boulder County, or if you just enjoy coming into Boulder on the weekends to hike, kayak, or even just visit with friends—you'll feel the negative impacts of this project. Denver Water estimates this construction project will take at least 7 years.

To learn more about the campaign, visit

TEG is leading the coalition in the efforts to stop the dam expansion. The coalition is significantly ramping up its public outreach, fundraising, and social media efforts and seeks a Project Coordinator to work with and support a leadership team, and community volunteers, to manage multiple activities to stop the proposed expansion of Gross Dam in Boulder County.

This project begins ASAP and will be a 3-month contract with possible renewal. Position is budgeted at $15-$20 per hour negotiated as determined by prior experience. It is anticipated that the position will average 5 to 10 hours weekly. This candidate will work mostly remotely with some personal meetings. They will be supervised by the campaign manager, Annie Hodges. 


  • Administrative activities including campaign email correspondence, printing, scheduling, organizing volunteer outings, fundraising event preparation and more.
  • Work with leadership team to design and execute multiple strategies to increase public knowledge and action against the proposed expansion of Gross Dam.
  • Manage volunteers with scheduling, event applications, yard-sign canvassing days, and more.
  • Monitor and help manage social media platforms. This includes gathering crowd-sourced content, 
  • Help create content and graphics for campaign materials including flyers, social media postings, media etc.
  • Help to reach out to local organizations and advocate groups to coordinate ally support and actions.
  • Support community members in their efforts to add their voices in opposition. This could include editorial content guidance and placement, how to reach out to elected officials, organizing opportunities for public protest events, etc.


  • Proven work experience as an administrator, community organizer, or volunteer manager. 
  • Ability to edit documents and media content.
  • A thorough understanding of social media tools including, but not limited to: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Sprout Social, etc. 
  • Works well autonomously while at the same time effectively engages the management team.


  • Experience in Graphic Design (Photoshop or Canva) a plus.


You will do most of this work remotely, but have some in-person meetings.

Professional Level

None specified

Minimum Education Required

No requirement

How To Apply

Please send your resume and cover letter describing why you feel you'd be a good fit.

Grad students encouraged to apply.