FARM seeks WORLD FARM ANIMALS DAY COORDINATOR, starting
The position requires prior experience in running
national campaigns, including local activist contacts, mailings, and
literature production, as well as daily access to the FARM headquarters
in suburban DC. Compensation commensurate with experience.
Other current openings:
DIRECTOR OF CHOICE (plans and manages an ongoing
national campaign to introduce plant-based nutrition education and meals
OFFICE COORDINATOR (assists office manager in the daily
running of the FARM office, including answering telephone inquiries,
filling requests, conducting mailings, and ordering and organizing
supplies and merchandise)
Each position requires applicable prior experience,
dedication to promoting animal rights and a vegan lifestyle,
self-starting quality, and ability to work in a team setting.
We offer an unparalleled opportunity for professional
growth, and personal fulfillment, along with modest pay and housing, if
needed. The office is located in a safe and pleasant residential
neighborhood of Bethesda, MD, 20 minutes from downtown Washington.
FARM is a national organization promoting planetary
survival through plant-based eating. Our programs include the Great
American Meatout, World Farm Animals Day, National Veal Ban Action,
Letters From FARM, CHOICE, Industry Watch, and occasionally, a national
convention like ANIMAL RIGHTS 2000. To learn more about FARM and our
programs, check our web sites at www.farmusa.org, www.meatout.org, and
To apply, send resume and a letter noting position(s),
special qualifications and interests, availability, and salary
Employment, FARM, 10101 Ashburton Lane, Bethesda, MD 20817.
Now that the Animal Rights 2000 conference is behind us,
it's time to start planning your community's participation in World Farm
Animals Day on October 2 (Gandhi's birthday).
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