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WELL Careers

Thank you for your interest in being part of the WELL Team.

Please see the open position below:

Program Manager Position

Position Description

The Program Manager position is a remarkable and challenging opportunity for a highly motivated candidate to support a growing organization dedicated to its vision and the impact of its mission on California communities. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Program Manager will oversee WELL’s Central Valley and Northern California events, programs, and outreach efforts from start to finish. They will also develop a deep knowledge of California water issues, nonprofit management, and community organizing practices.

In this full-time role, the Program Manager will develop projects and design processes to support and implement WELL’s strategic priorities. In addition, the Program Manager will interface with key stakeholders and community partners, including local elected officials, program sponsors, and water sector leaders in California.

 Essential Functions:

    • Develop, coordinate, and support all WELL Programs and Events, including annual conference, webinars, the UnTapped Fellowship program, and new initiatives in Central Valley and Northern California.
    • Lead communication efforts with WELL UnTapped Network for outreach purposes. 
    • Aid in developing and planning new programs.
    • Lead all outreach and invitations for programs. 
    • Meet with local elected officials one-on-one, for purposes of recruitment and program outreach. 
    • Develop and execute WELL communications strategy.
    • Assist the Executive Director with developing, implementing, and evaluating programs, procedures, and standards.
    • Recommend and manage budget for programs. 
    • Participate and represent WELL in partner meetings and events as needed.
    • Develop monthly newsletters to highlight both internal and external successes.
    • Manage all aspects of communication—from web presence to external relations—with the goal of creating a stronger brand. Platforms include Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Twitter.
    • Compose and draft documents and correspondence for presentations, conferences, seminars, and reports; create, maintain, modify, and ensure the accuracy of the content.
    • Create digital content for promoting all WELL events and programs.
    • Support relationships with strategic partners and constituents.
    • Develop key performance indicators to evaluate program components and measure success. 
    • ​​Support and mentor interns to ensure they are successful at WELL.
    • Monitor and organize constituents and partners in WELL’s database.
    • Support WELL’s fundraising efforts for programs
    • Manage and organize WELL’s online database through Nationbuilder.
    • Support with administrative tasks.
    • Other relevant tasks as assigned. 

Minimum Requirements/Qualifications:

    • At least three years of related program management experience. 
    • Four-year college degree in public policy, political science, environmental science, nonprofit management, or humanities-related fields, Master degree a plus.
    • Experience working with diverse communities.
    • Ability to prioritize tasks with strong organizational skills.
    • Ability to utilize tools or design systems and processes to track data and monitor progress.
    • Marketing and public relations experience with the ability to engage a wide range of stakeholders and cultures.
    • Excellent writing and editing skills with the ability to prepare a wide array of written materials as needed.
    • Some experience with Canva skills is a plus. 
    • Must have experience in Zoom webinar and video conferencing technologies. 
    • Proficient in Google Suite (Google Docs, Google Sheets, etc.), and other office software.
    • Experience in use of social media platforms such as—but not limited to—Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Youtube and willingness to learn and adapt to emerging outreach technologies.
    • Manage multiple tasks and prioritize workload to meet deadlines.
    • Ability to work in a fast-paced work environment involving flexible hours, including working evenings and weekends as needed.
    • Must be willing to travel throughout California and across the Southern California region as needed, including overnight stays and air-travel.
    • Must have a valid driver’s license with proof of automobile insurance coverage.
    • Strong interest in climate change, water policy, water management, and the Human Right to Water.
    • Committed to the mission, vision, and values of the organization.


    • $65,000$70,000/annual, depending on experience. Generous health and welfare benefits. This position is exempt.

How to Apply

    • Submit your CV/resume and letter of interest below.
    • Applications will be received until the appropriate candidate is selected.