Organizers for America - Recent Job Postshttp://organizersforamerica.orgOrganizers for Americaen-usTue, 30 Nov 2021 00:55:38 +0000Tue, 30 Nov 2021 00:55:38 +0000Copyright 2021 Organizers for AmericaKing Cow Central RSS Feed Generator (kingcow.com)Bucks County Field Coordinator @ Conservation Voters of PAMon, 29 Nov 21 22:08:00 +0000http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=11854http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=11854Organization Name: Conservation Voters of PA
Website: www.conservationpa.org/jobs/bucks-county-field-coordinator
Job Post Date: 29 Nov 2021
Job Terms: Full Time
Salary: $40,000 annualy
Anticipated Start Date: As soon as possible

Job Description

Position:
Our Bucks County Field Coordinator is primarily responsible for building a sustainable volunteer advocacy program and managing local partnerships in Bucks County. The Coordinator will report to the Field Director and will serve as the principal point of contact for local candidates, activists, volunteers, partner organizations, and elected officials. The Coordinator’s work will include working to elect environmental champions, drive local policy changes, connect local environmental partners to advocacy support, partnerships, and recruiting and training volunteer environmental advocates. The Bucks County Field Coordinator will be responsible for lifting up the work of BIPOC allies and organizations in their region and ensuring that issues important to the communities most impacted by climate change and pollution are centered in their work. In addition, from time to time, this position supports activities at Conservation Voters of PA’s partner organization—PennFuture—through a strategic partnership and contractual agreement.

Job Duties:
Community Building
? Manage regional volunteer recruitment and engagement to advance policy goals.
? Represent CVPA with local environmental, watershed, and activist groups.
? Identify ways to use CVPA resources to support the work of local environmental and
activist groups, particularly BIPOC led and serving groups.
? Utilize those relationships to expand CVPA’s visibility in the region, to build political
power, and to win environmental fights
? Implement grassroots tactics to engage prospective volunteers and help to transition them into volunteer leaders
? Mobilize and train volunteer advocates in key legislative districts.
? Become a leader in local coalitions and begin new coalitions and advocacy, and
advocate for diverse representation in all groups

Political
? Build relationships with local candidates and elected officials in their region, from municipal and local to state legislative office holders.
? Identify races and potential appointments in which an endorsement or political advocacy work could have a positive environmental and political impact, with a particular emphasis on electing more women and BIPOC candidates who better represent the electorate
? Manage political activities (canvass operations, mail, digital) related to winning campaigns at any level of elected office in their region

Policy
? Develop working knowledge of local township and county level environmental policy
issues.
? Cultivate experts in policy issues to supplement that knowledge.
? Develop an ongoing list of local policy priorities to use in candidate questionnaires and
for accountability work.

Communications
? Build relationships with local reporters and influencers.
? Work with digital staff to use email lists and social media tools in their region and
connect Delaware River Watershed partner organizations to available digital tools and
services.
? Monitor and update local social presence and engage with local groups, activists and
candidates.
? Work with Field Director and other Senior Staff to develop action alerts and press
releases as needed based on issues related to their region

Fundraising
? Identify prospective top-tier donors among the volunteer pool to introduce to appropriate
staff.
? Collaborate with appropriate staff on grant reports and renewals as needed.

Compensation: $40,000. Benefits include medical and dental coverage; 401K with employer match; paid vacation and sick leave; life insurance; and short- and long-term disability coverage.

Position Requirements: This is a full-time position based in Bucks County. Evening and weekend hours are required, along with significant travel throughout the region. Applicants must have reliable access to transportation. Reimbursement for mileage and/or required travel-related expenses will be reimbursed pursuant to CVPA policy and as required by applicable law.

Qualifications

Experience: At least 1 years
Skills: The following skills are required for the successful applicant:
? Strong commitment to CVPA’s mission.
? Minimum 1-2 years of relevant experience, including field or community organizing,
political campaign work, or issue advocacy campaigning.
? Demonstrated ability to communicate and connect with people.
? Demonstrated commitment to racial justice and equity.
? Collaborative spirit. Must be a dependable team player.
? Strong written and oral communication skills.
? Ability to travel and maintain a flexible work schedule; be willing to work some evenings and/or weekends, as needed

The following skills and experience are preferred for the successful applicant:
? Experience working with stakeholders, advocacy organizations, and candidates.
? Excellent personal organization and time management skills.

Organization Description

Conservation Voters of PA is the statewide political voice for the environment. We elect environmentally responsible candidates to state and local offices, advocate for strong environmental policies, and hold our elected officials accountable to safeguard the health of our communities, the beauty of our state, and the strength of our economy.

Conservation Voters of PA is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a just, equitable, and inclusive workplace, and encourages people from all backgrounds to apply. CVPA celebrates diversity and is committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills, and to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race; color; sex; sexual orientation; gender identity or expression; age; religion; national origin; ancestry; citizenship status; disability; association or relationship with a person with a disability; use of a guide or support animal because of the blindness, deafness or physical handicap of the user or because the user is a handler or trainer of support or guide animals; familial status; veteran status; pregnancy or related condition; having a GED rather than a high school diploma; or any other basis protected by law. CVPA’s hiring and employment decisions are based solely on merit, qualifications, and business needs.

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Deputy Director @ GALEOMon, 29 Nov 21 04:44:42 +0000http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=11853http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=11853Organization Name: GALEO
Website: galeo.org/
Job Post Date: 29 Nov 2021
Job Terms: Full Time
Salary: $80,000 annualy

Job Description

Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Deputy Director will be a strategic thought-partner and exceptional manager working collaboratively with staff, board, and stakeholders to build and sustain both the organization and the voter rights movement’s infrastructure in service to impacted communities in Georgia. The successful candidate will be a proven manager with demonstrated ability to be both hands-on and agile in support of organizational goals. S/he/they will oversee a team, office management, administration, finance, and budgeting, and will inform and align strategic growth and programming goals to operational excellence in service to GALEO’s mission.

A successful candidate will have a passion for GALEO’s mission and significant experience in each of the following operational areas: administration, facilities and office management, human resources, and finance. S/he/they will be a creative and strategic thinker, strong at improving and institutionalizing processes, a quick learner, and a team player committed to strengthening organizational culture.

Qualifications

Skills: While no one candidate will embody all the qualifications enumerated below, the ideal candidate will possess many of the following professional and personal abilities, attributes, and experiences:
•Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university or equivalent professional experience; CPA or MBA, preferred.
•6+ years of overall professional experience; ideally 6+ years of broad financial and operations management experience in a nonprofit environment.
•Commitment to training programs that maximize individual and organization goals across the organization including best practices in human resources activities.
•A successful track record in setting priorities; keen analytic, organization and problem-solving skills which support and enable sound decision making.
•Exceptional management and leadership skills; ability to encourage team building and collaboration; ability to connect with all staff and stakeholders at various levels of the Organization.
•Excellent communication and relationship building skills with an ability to prioritize, negotiate, and work with a variety of internal and external stakeholders.
•A multitasker with the ability to wear many hats in a fast-paced environment.
•Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and dedication to the Organization's mission.
•Leadership experience in government, business, or nonprofit preferred.
•Understanding of and sensitivity to political, social, and economic issues of affecting Latinx community.
•Must be fully bilingual (English/Spanish) for both conversation and written.

Organization Description

For almost 20 years, GALEO has been committed to greater civic engagement and leadership development across Georgia's Latinx community. Georgia and its elections are once again primed to be the focus of the national stage in 2022 and 2024, and GALEO’s nonpartisan efforts to educate and engage the Latinx community and increase access to voting are more critically important to the support of our civil infrastructure and community engagement in our democracy than ever before. As the team and the organization grow to meet the call to action, GALEO extends an invitation for nominations and applications for the position of Deputy Director

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Digital Organizer @ Community ChangeTue, 23 Nov 21 14:35:40 +0000http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=11852http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=11852Organization Name: Community Change
Website: communitychange.org/
Job Post Date: 23 Nov 2021
Job Terms: Full Time
Salary: Depending on Experience
Anticipated Start Date: As soon as possible

Job Description

Position Description:

We are looking for a creative and committed Digital Organizer to join our Communications team. The Digital Organizer is responsible for executing base building campaigns to motivate and grow our volunteer base and help our local grassroots partners develop and integrate their digital and organizing programs.

The Digital Organizer will work with the Director of Digital Strategy, and larger Communications, Field, and Relational Organizing teams to advance legislative and electoral campaigns across the country.

The Digital Organizer will also work with the Director of Digital Strategy to advise partners and conduct trainings on the latest best practices in social media, email, paid digital advertising and SMS for our community-based partner groups and empower them with the skills and tools to grow their membership and power.

A successful candidate in this role will be a savvy digital-first communicator and organizer with a talent for creating content for digital platforms and tapping into what’s “on trend” online to motivate people into action!

A portion of time may be spent working with Community Change’s sister organization, Community Change Action.

Principal Responsibilities:

Create and execute data-driven digital campaigns to build and strengthen volunteer and member bases.

Manage content and data from digital tools such as Soapboxx, Impactive, EveryAction, TargetedEmail, and Facebook.

Assist in managing paid digital advertising campaigns to recruit & motivate low-propensity voters, to grow audience and acquisition.

Write copy for landing pages, emails, broadcast SMS, websites etc and ability to incorporate feedback into work.

Identify and create new spaces to grow our base (including Facebook groups, Reddit, Twitch).

Test, set up, and train staff and supporters to use texting, relational organizing, online advocacy, and other software tools for organizing.

Conduct trainings and webinars for our community-based partner organizations on digital organizing.

Track and communicate digital metrics on a monthly basis.

Support relationships with community-based partner organizations, develop and maintain relationships with national partners and allies.

Work with Community Change and Community Change Action’s internal organizing teams to integrate digital organizing into campaign plans.

Other duties as assigned

This position reports to: Director of Digital Strategy

Classification: Community Change recognizes a staff bargaining unit affiliated with IFPTE Local 70, a union for non-profit workers. This position is included in Community Change’s bargaining unit and covered under the terms of the collective bargaining agreement.

Travel Requirements: Ability and willingness to travel approximately 25% of the time. Due to COVID-19 and Community Change policy, there will be no travel through the end of 2021.

Salary & benefits: $60,000 – $70,000 annual salary. Community Change also offers an excellent benefits package, which includes 4 weeks of annual paid vacation; additional paid holiday leave between December 24 and January 1; 8% employer contribution to retirement account after six months of employment (and 3% employer contribution for the first 6 months); and a choice of generous health insurance plans.

Position Location: This position can be performed remotely; Eastern time zone working hours required.

Closing Date of Position: Open Until Filled

Community Change is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Qualifications

Experience: At least 2 years
Skills: Minimum of two years’ experience in traditional or relational organizing, communications and/or digital organizing, digital campaigns or marketing.

Demonstrated experience using both social media (Facebook, Twitter) and digital tools (VAN, Impactive, TargetedEmail, OnlineActions, Canva, SMS broadcast and/or peer-to-peer email, paid advertising) for online audience engagement.

Proven content creation skills for digital platforms and audiences. Able to provide examples of previous work.

Familiarity and understanding of digital organizing benchmarks and metrics

Knowledge of political and media landscape.

Comfort working as part of a multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural team and ability to combine assets available to the team in a way that maximizes ability of the team to function at a high level.

Strong team player, familiar with team dynamics and willing to work in a team environment.

Willingness and desire to learn new technologies, tactics, and strategies.

Strong commitment to social justice and social change.

Excellent written and oral communication skills are a must.

The ability to produce consistent, quality work in a fast-paced environment is essential.

Organization Description

Community Change builds the power and capacity of low-income people, especially low-income people of color, to lead powerful and dynamic movements for social change. With our community-based partner groups, we bridge the grassroots and the national, supporting outsider strategies to disrupt the status quo while also building pathways to influence the insider conversation.

Our vision of a better world centers the leadership of impacted people of color to move our work on immigrant rights, economic justice, and racial equity, including a focus on jobs and housing, early childhood care and education, income supports, and immigration reform.

This position also supports Community Change Action, an affiliated 501(c)(4) advocacy organization. While motivated by the same core values – equity, inclusion, and justice – Community Change and Community Change Action operate independently of one another and each organization has its own board of directors.

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Electoral Organizer @ Community ChangeTue, 23 Nov 21 14:33:21 +0000http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=11851http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=11851Organization Name: Community Change
Website: communitychange.org/
Job Post Date: 23 Nov 2021
Job Terms: Full Time
Salary: Depending on experience, between $70,000 and $90,000 annualy.
Anticipated Start Date: As soon as possible

Job Description

Position Description:

The Electoral Organizer will work as a member of Community Change’s political/electoral team to help develop and implement Community Change’s political/electoral strategy. The political/electoral team works closely with Community Change’s field partners, organizing staff, communications team, policy team, and other teams to achieve the organization’s mission.

A portion of time will be spent working with Community Change’s sister organization, Community Change Action.

The end date of the position is January 31, 2023.

Principal Responsibilities:

Help build electoral energy and capacity among grassroots partners and constituencies.

Support the strategic direction of the Community Change’s electoral work, and in coordination with Community Change’s organizing staff and field partners, contribute to the advancement of the organization’s issue priorities through a comprehensive organizational strategy that links electoral organizing to Community Change’s priority issue work at both a national and grassroots level.

Provide the means for technical assistance to community-based organizations on a range of electoral capacities, including but not limited to: list management, plan writing, goal setting, targeting, budgeting and building a field infrastructure.

Track the national landscape related to electoral organizing, including development of best practices identified by other national organizations and networks, national constituency organizations, election protection organizations, and allies in the labor, faith, and civil rights arena.

Monitor demographic and political trends related to voting and civic participation to create reports.

Represent Community Change in coalition meetings, state tables and trainings.

Work with other Community Change staff to advance their understanding and use of electoral tools and strategies in the context of community organizing.

Travel throughout the country to work with local partner organizations, fundraise, and meet with grassroots community, labor, non-profit and political leaders.

This position reports to: Co-Director of Electoral Power Building

Classification: Community Change recognizes a staff bargaining unit affiliated with IFPTE Local 70, a union for non-profit workers. This position is included in Community Change’s bargaining unit and covered under the terms of the collective bargaining agreement.

Travel Requirements: This position requires extensive and frequent travel, about 10 days each month.

Salary and Benefits: $70,000 – $90,000 annual salary. Community Change also offers an excellent benefits package, which includes 4 weeks of annual paid vacation; additional paid holiday leave between December 24 and January 1; 8% employer contribution to retirement account after six months of employment (and 3% employer contribution for the first 6 months); and a choice of generous health insurance plans.

Position Location: Flexible

Closing Date of Position: Open Until Filled

Community Change is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Qualifications

Experience: At least 3 years
Skills: Strong commitment and passion to building the political power of low-income communities, particularly people of color.

At least three years of experience in electoral work with a strong background in community organizing and demonstrated ability to relate to grassroots community organizations.

Strong understanding of legal parameters for electoral organizing in 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(4) contexts.

Experience in working with local and national political coalitions.

Significant experience in electoral campaign planning, program development and budgeting.

A strategic mindset that encompasses base-building, coalition-building, public policy, communications, and field and electoral organizing.

Strong team and coalition management skills.

Excellent oral communication, public speaking, and writing skills.

Experience and comfort working in multi-issue and multi-cultural environments.

Commitment to economic, race and gender justice is essential.

Organization Description

Community Change builds the power and capacity of low-income people, especially low-income people of color, to lead powerful and dynamic movements for social change. With our community-based partner groups, we bridge the grassroots and the national, supporting outsider strategies to disrupt the status quo while also building pathways to influence the insider conversation.

Our vision of a better world centers the leadership of impacted people of color to move our work on immigrant rights, economic justice, and racial equity, including a focus on jobs and housing, early childhood care and education, income supports, and immigration reform.

This position also supports Community Change Action, an affiliated 501(c)(4) advocacy organization. While motivated by the same core values – equity, inclusion, and justice – Community Change and Community Change Action operate independently of one another and each organization has its own board of directors.

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Director of the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) Resource Cent @ Impact JusticeMon, 22 Nov 21 05:31:48 +0000http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=11850http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=11850Organization Name: Impact Justice
Website: impactjustice.org/
Job Post Date: 22 Nov 2021
Job Terms: Full Time
Salary: To be negotiated

Job Description

Impact Justice is searching for the next Director of the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) Resource Center. The PREA Resource Center (PRC) is a project of Impact Justice, an organization which dares to dream of a humane and restorative approach to justice in the United States. Founded in 2015, Impact Justice is forging a new path to a justice system that is fair to all of us through its innovation, research, policy, and advocacy work. Overall, its work is rooted in reducing the number of people (adults and youth) in the criminal justice system, improving conditions and outcomes for those who are currently incarcerated, and providing opportunities to those who are rejoining communities.

The next Director of the PREA Resource Center will provide high level strategic leadership to a talented team of 35+ with diverse backgrounds in the fields of corrections, juvenile justice, sexual assault prevention, and public health. The ideal candidate will be a seasoned leader of programs and people, with deep experience managing multi-million-dollar budgets and an understanding of the compliance obligations inherent with the execution of a federal cooperative agreement. A background in the criminal legal system, sexual abuse prevention and response, or other aligned fields will be critical for the successful candidate to possess – specific knowledge of PREA, the Standards, and their implementation is desirable.

Qualifications

Skills: The ideal candidate brings deep commitment to the goals of IJ’s PREA work, as well as a belief in the value of the operational approaches to reaching those goals as outlined by our funder, the DOJ. The new Director will bring the following experiences, approaches, and backgrounds to the role:

•Significant program management experience of large and complex programmatic budgets and/or direct experience managing large, multi-million dollar federal cooperative agreements with a national focus and impact. Ability to oversee compliance with the requirements of these grants and how IJ is situated in relationship with the PMO.
•Team leadership and management experience with the ability to move people toward a shared vision; have a proven ability to create management structures that support team processes and decision making.
•Strong external partnership experience to build credibility and a trusting relationship in support of the PMO and other DOJ grant managers.
•Robust communication skillset to effectively and credibly engage with stakeholders across the political spectrum and with diverse backgrounds and views about both the problem of sexual abuse in confinement and its solutions, particularly about their concerns regarding and investment in our work. These stakeholders include: incarcerated and formerly incarcerated people, their families, advocates for the incarcerated and for survivors of sexual abuse, the LGBTQIA+ community, anti-racist activists and reformers, corrections officials, corrections staff in juvenile and adult settings, law enforcement, and officials in local, state, and federal government.
•Core professional experience focused on the criminal legal system, sexual abuse prevention and response, or other aligned fields. Specific pre-existing knowledge of PREA, the Standards, and their implementation is desirable.
•Demonstrated understanding of the specific systems in which the PREA statute and PREA Standards operate including: local and county jails, state and federal prisons, local and state juvenile facilities, community confinement facilities, and police lockups. The candidate must have a working understanding of the location of these systems within a governmental framework and serve as a credible and persuasive messenger for the PREA statute and the PREA Standards.
•Demonstrated commitment to the values of Impact Justice, including and particularly to diversity, equity, inclusion, and to actively working against racism both within the organization and through our work. Ability to lead communication and conversation with staff around race and racism, but also all forms of oppression.

Organization Description

The PRC was created in 2010 to lead nationwide efforts to eliminate all forms of sexual abuse and harassment in criminal- or juvenile-justice ordered confinement through implementation of the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) of 2003. Funded through a cooperative agreement between the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) and Impact Justice, PRC serves as an essential clearinghouse of information + training and technical assistance for the federal, state, local, and tribal corrections, juvenile justice, and law enforcement agencies that must comply with the PREA Standards. PRC also supports the DOJ PREA audit function and trains individuals who are certified by DOJ to conduct PREA audits.

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Executive Director @ National Immigration Law CenterSun, 21 Nov 21 04:36:54 +0000http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=11849http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=11849Organization Name: National Immigration Law Center
Website: www.nilc.org/
Job Post Date: 21 Nov 2021
Job Terms: Full Time
Salary: $99,999.99 annualy

Job Description

Following a period of unprecedented growth, NILC is in a position to consolidate the gains it has made in recent times and chart a path for continued scaling and increased impact. With a robust strategic framework aligned with NILC’s mission and with movement needs throughout the greater ecosystem, the organization is working to activate a proactive multi-faceted approach over the course of the next few years. In addition, as this nation’s deep systemic racial, social, and economic injustices are continuously thrown into sharp relief, NILC must continue to reckon with the immigrant justice movement’s intersections with other justice movements as well as its role in bringing many worlds together in support of creating a thriving, healthy society.

Succeeding an influential and visionary long-time Executive Director, the new leader will lead and oversee NILC and its 501(c)4 political arm, the NILC IJF. This new leader will advocate for NILC’s core commitments to intersectional racial equity, movement and coalition building and the advancement of policies that protect and empower immigrants from a diverse range of nationalities, races, cultures, and languages. The Executive Director (ED) will champion and compel actions that support immigrant communities in their ongoing struggle to be treated humanely, integrate socially, establish and sustain themselves financially, and step into their own power as they civically engage and mobilize around issues of citizenship and access to the opportunities that derive from it. Building on established organizational values, over 25 years of successes, and a comprehensive strategic framework, the Executive Director will collaborate with policy makers, sector leaders, staff, and community stakeholders to shape the next iteration of NILC’s work and impact, and work closely with supporters, staff, and funders to ensure the long-term viability of NILC as it continues to grow to meet the ever-evolving needs of diverse immigrant communities.

NILC’s and the NILC IJF’s next Executive Director will draw on relevant lived and professional experience to bring empathy, humility, and credibility to support their vision and action plans for the work as well as savvy, deep relationship-building skills, strategic thinking, and excellent judgment, allowing them to deftly navigate a charged national political landscape. The Executive Director will be an innovative and dynamic leader, able to translate NILC’s bold vision into strategy and action while amplifying the voices of the communities that NILC works with and alongside of. S/He/They will collaboratively guide the direction and strategy of NILC’s and NILC IJF’s work; empower and partner with Executive and Senior Leadership Teams to determine the organization’s metrics of success and to design and implement organizational development and management priorities; represent the organization externally; ensure alignment of the organization’s stated mission and ongoing work; and cultivate and steward NILC’s external relationships to ensure that the organization maximizes its impact.

Success in this role will require someone who is:
• A dynamic, emotionally intelligent, and empathetic leader with the skills to mobilize and bolster the long-term financial sustainability of a multifaceted, growing organization;
• An exceptional relationship manager who can build rapport, trust, and transparency across a diverse and growing community of passionate, talented stakeholders, including staff, policymakers, elected officials, and community partners;
• A strong listener, public communicator, and storyteller who can articulate and amplify the values, lived experiences, and lessons that demonstrate the potential and impact of the work; and
• A thoughtful leader who will partner with the communities and organizations most impacted by the organizations’ work to elevate their voices, make space for collaborative impact, and work towards a shared vision for the future of immigrant justice.

A minimum salary of $250,000 will be provided to the successful candidate and is flexible and commensurate with experience.

Qualifications

Skills: While no one candidate will embody all the qualifications enumerated below, the ideal candidate will possess many of the following professional and personal abilities, attributes, and experiences:

Strategic Leadership and Core Knowledge of NILC’s work and the Immigrant Justice Movement

•Broad knowledge of the historical, current, and evolving systems, networks, context and resources throughout the immigrant justice movement and the nonprofit sector as a whole, as well as the levers utilized to affect change in and across these movements; experience with legal advocacy is a strong plus.
•Demonstrated experience leading people, teams, and major bodies of high impact work through periods of significant change and/or growth, particularly in a senior leadership capacity and for a multifaceted organization.
•Demonstrated ability to align vision, strategy, and execution.
•Ability to develop agile organizational structures and strategies that can be both responsive in a dynamic context and strategic in anticipating future needs and opportunities.
•Ability to think across systems, sectors, and movements to identify opportunities for collaboration and shared outcomes; experience advancing legal, policy, narrative or power-building change as effective levers to advance the immigrants’ justice movement.
•Sophistication with programmatic strategies that embed evaluation and learning and a commitment to community-based learning.
•Demonstrated understanding of legislative advocacy and electoral politics.
•Demonstrated passion for and investment in advancing justice and equity. Highly developed critical consciousness and a combination of professional and lived experience aligned with NILC’s mission and values.

Systems and Management

•Commitment to creating a strong and healthy workplace that reflects internally the values NILC advocates for externally and that centers diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.
•Demonstrated skill in organizational design and management; a willingness to rethink or improve upon established systems and processes.
•Experience working in a highly collaborative unionized workplace, preferred.
•Ability to assess and identify pain points in a growing organization and devise strategies to ensure that processes and systems are being developed in a consistent manner to guide growth and provide staff with opportunities to grow professionally.
•Experience mentoring, developing, and providing leadership to high-performing, multi-disciplinary teams and partners that engages staff, members, and sub-recipients/contractors to achieve project/program goals.
•A collaborative and reflective leadership style that values staff contributions and experiences and effectively manages and motivates teams toward a shared vision and measurable goals.
•A leader who prioritizes a relational work environment that builds trust and seeks to foster a culture of transparency, accountability, and integrity.
•Experience collaborating with team members and stakeholders to document and apply lessons learned to improve programs, both internally and externally.
•Experience working in partnership with a board of directors and leveraging a board’s resources.

Relationship Stewardship and Cultivation

•Demonstrated experience as a versatile and effective fundraiser with a measurable track record of securing multiple large gifts across both 501(c)3 and 501(c)4 funding, proven ability to establish and manage deep relationships with partners and funders; adept at aligning their work with funders’ strategies and setting achievable expectations; familiarity with community-centric fundraising a plus.
•Strong convening and facilitation skills and an authentic interest in listening to and learning from others; ability to establish trust with a diverse set of stakeholders and a commitment to honoring and elevating community expertise and wisdom.
•Demonstrated ability to have authentic dialogue around sensitive issues including funder expectations, grantee priorities, and community and movement concerns; highly developed emotional intelligence and active listening skills, and the ability to use interpersonal skills in collaborative, diplomatic ways.
•Superb communication and external relations skills and demonstrated success in building an organization’s profile and reputation in local, regional, national, and professional communities.
•Demonstrated ability to serve as public spokesperson for the organizations at high-level functions and across media platforms that lift up the work of NILC and NILC IJF.

Organization Description

Since 1979, NILC has served as a foundational pillar of the immigrant justice movement, simultaneously shaping the immigration ecosystem to defend and advance the rights of low-income immigrants and empowering like-minded organizations to do the same. The organization has gradually evolved over the course of its history – from a direct-service provider of legal services to the multi-faceted organization of today that employs a variety of methods to achieve its aims, including advocacy, impact litigation, and strategic communications.

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Civic Engagement Specialist @ Imagine BlackFri, 19 Nov 21 21:32:25 +0000http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=11848http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=11848Organization Name: Imagine Black
Website: www.imagineblack.org
Job Post Date: 19 Nov 2021
Job Terms: Full Time
Salary: Depending on experience, between $50,000 and $60,000 annualy.

Job Description

POSITION SUMMARY

Imagine Black is looking for a Civic Engagement Specialist to support our organizing goals. This position will support a formalization of the Multnomah County Civic Engagement project which will build self-determination, leadership, and community among Black residents in East Multnomah County. These efforts will also support education and deeper knowledge across the Black community around key issues such as transportation equity and safety, climate justice, public safety, housing, and anti-displacement.


RESPONSIBILITIES

Civic Engagement (90%)

- Implement a comprehensive framework for local civic engagement efforts for Black Oregonians.
- Represent Imagine Black at civic engagement meetings, coalitions, and tables.
- Build strategic partnerships with organizations to meet civic engagement goals.
- Develop strategic alliances with BIPOC-led community-based organizations, neighborhood leaders, community residents, and others.
- Send out civic engagement updates and action alerts to Kinfolk members, volunteers, partners, and the community at large.
- Coordinate civic engagement efforts for community members and other interested parties on how to effectively advocate for dismantling anti-Black racism within local and state policies.
- Work to increase the number of Black community leaders and members attending meetings with government decision-makers across sectors and jurisdictions .
- Lead the creation of a new East Multnomah County Civic Crew to inform and activate the community around geographic-specific civic participation. This crew will leverage the organizing snowflake model to support crew leaders in mobilizing their community.
- Educate members on impact and opportunities for deeper involvement related to dismantling the school to prison pipeline, and anti-displacement, transportation, climate and environmental justice.
- Coordinate and host civic participation workshops – such as testimony 101, government committee 101.
- Work directly with government partners to find open seats for leaders to boards, commissions, and policy-making roles, then recruit Black leaders to fill those roles.
- Participate in the implementation of field campaign efforts during election cycles.
- Collaborate with other movement building staff on short-term campaigns and projects as needed.

Organizational Support (10%)

- Collaborate with the Development and Communications Department in identifying and editing grants as needed, providing content for social media, and attending events.
- Work with staff to integrate the civic engagement and communications strategies.
- Attend internal staff and department meetings, and collaborate with other staff as needed.
- Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

Experience: At least 2 years
Skills: REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

- Minimum 2 years of experience in a field such as civic engagement, campaign management, community or grassroots organizing, coalition management, lobbying, political staffing, and/or community engagement experience. This experience may be met by volunteer activities or internships.
- Knowledge of movement building and of approaches to increase community power.
- A passion for the mission and vision of Imagine Black, which includes electoral organizing, advocacy, and organizing.
- A passion for how self-determination and radical Black imagination can directly influence policy.
- Proven skills working and communicating with communities within the African diaspora, especially with descendants of enslaved Africans, African immigrants and refugees, and Caribbean immigrants and refugees.
- A commitment to applying a BQF lens (see above) to organizing, leadership development, and civic and political participation.
- Ability to self-motivate, self-direct, and manage multiple projects simultaneously.
- Thorough knowledge of strategies and tactics used to organize, including managing data, organizing reports, digital organizing, and organizer turf.
- A drive to try innovative tactics and experiment with new forms of campaign organizing.
- Superb writer; skilled at making complicated ideas (complex laws, policies, and legislative initiatives) accessible to the general public through policy one-pagers, briefs, and reports.
- Proficient computer skills.
- Ability to work effectively with elected leaders and members in complex, political situations.
- Ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds and cultures.
- Ability and willingness to travel regularly (around 3 times per month).
- Must be willing and able to work evenings/weekends about 2-3 times per month.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

- Bi- or multi-lingual.
- Lived experience with Black community issues, particularly in the Portland, Oregon metro area.
- Extensive knowledge of voter databases (VAN).
- Experience with tools such as online policy resources, online statistical research, policy research and analysis, techniques of online advocacy, and polling.
- Experience working with the press, as well as with social media and email communications.
- Knowledge of political strategy and political landscape on local and state levels.
- Comfortable with Google applications, MS Office, Asana, Slack, and similar systems.

Organization Description

Imagine Black (formerly known as PAALF Action Fund) helps our Black community imagine the alternatives we deserve and build our political participation and leadership to achieve those alternatives. Since our start in 2009, we have envisioned a world where people of African descent enjoy the rights, resources, and recognition to be a thriving, resilient, and connected community.

At Imagine Black, we have strengthened our commitment to a Black Queer Feminist (BQF) theory and practice. BQF provides a more holistic understanding of our conditions and connectedness as Black people. As a result, we understand that liberation for all Black people can only be realized by lifting up the voices, experiences, and prioritizing the issues of historically silenced and vulnerable groups within Black communities – specifically, queer, trans and GNC, femme, poor, disabled, working, and undocumented people (adapted from BYP100).

Imagine Black is a 501(c)(4) multi-issue grassroots organization in partnership with our sibling 501(c)(3) organization, Imagine Black Futures. We are a staff of six with an operating budget of around $1M. This represents a 400% budget growth in the past four years.

More information about Imagine Black can be found at imagineblack.org.

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North Carolina State Director @ NextGen AmericaFri, 19 Nov 21 20:34:11 +0000http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=11847http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=11847Organization Name: NextGen America
Website: nextgenamerica.org/
Job Post Date: 19 Nov 2021
Job Terms: Full Time

Job Description

North Carolina State Director
SUMMARY:
NextGen America is seeking a dynamic and creative political professional to join our youth organizing program that will engage young people in local and national fights to prevent climate disaster, promote prosperity for all Americans, and expand access to the ballot box for young Americans. This role will be focused on managing a volunteer led organizing program, developing political partnerships, budget management, and planning.
In North Carolina, this effort will focus on organizing young people to run a C3 voter registration program in communities and campuses. This role is remote, but applicants must live in or be willing to relocate to North Carolina.
The ideal candidate has a passion for politics and a belief that young people will make the difference in politics. We are an equal opportunity employer, and we encourage people of diverse backgrounds and experiences to apply. We value and are committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion as an organization--in theory and in practice, and our culture reflects that value and commitment. We are committed to furthering issues like climate change, health care, and immigration from a progressive perspective, and we seek to engage the public in these areas as well as others. We also recognize the urgency of confronting institutional racism and inequity within our political system and strive to make positive changes within our system as a result.
FLSA Classification: Exempt
Remote Position: Yes
Union Position: No
Travel Requirements: 25%

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Oversee a volunteer led youth organizing program focused on registering young voters in 2021 and 2022
Oversee a statewide campus voter engagement program on campuses that will train student volunteers to organize their campus around progressive issues and in electoral campaigns
Works with National staff team on planning and implementation of program
Develop and maintain political partnerships with organizations and lawmakers across North Carolina
Serve as chief strategist on local and state issues for North Carolina
Develop and execute campaign plans focus around progressive advocacy, winning elections, and increasing youth vote participation
Develop and maintain a budget
Manage in state staff
Other duties as assigned
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
Commitment to youth organizing and a passion for organizing young people in North Carolina .
4+ years of political staff management. Field management a plus.
Very well organized; excellent written, verbal and presentation communications skills
Demonstrated ability to collaborate with colleagues and outside organizations and be able to multitask without sacrificing quality of work.
Demonstrated understanding of political climate and issues of North Carolina
Availability to travel on a regular basis
Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines
Ability to foster a cooperative, team-oriented work environment
BONUS POINTS:
Experience with both issue and electoral organizing
Experience working with coalitions, especially in North Carolina
Experience working with vendors
Experience managing union staff
Experience organizing in communities of color and prior training in anti-oppression, equity and inclusion organizing
Experience working on youth organizing programs
Experience on one or more campaigns in North Carolina at the local or state level
COMPENSATION:
NextGen America offers competitive salaries commensurate with experience and a very comprehensive benefits package.
COVID-19 CONSIDERATIONS:
In-person meetings are an essential part of this position. Consistent with NextGen America’s efforts to safeguard the health and well-being of our employees, volunteers, and communities in which we serve, proof of full vaccination status at time of hire is an employment requirement for this position.
ABOUT NEXTGEN AMERICA:
NextGen America is the leading national organization for engaging young people through voter education, registration and mobilization. We invite 18-to-35 year olds — the largest and most diverse generation in American history — into our democracy to ensure our government works for them and to find new solutions to the dire challenges facing our society and the world. Since 2013, NextGen America has registered more than 1.4 million young voters and educated many millions more, delivering more than the margin of victory for progressives in key races and building an electorate that will lead American politics for decades to come.

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Digital Organizing Account Executive @ M+RFri, 19 Nov 21 16:56:04 +0000http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=11846http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=11846Organization Name: M+R
Website: www.mrss.com
Job Post Date: 19 Nov 2021
Job Terms: Full Time
Salary: $58,500 annualy

Job Description

We’re looking for an Account Executive to join one of the best firms in the do-gooder business in our Digital Organizing Practice Area.

When you come work with us, here’s what you’ll find:

Work that is meaningful. We only work with clients who are changing the world. And, we say no to clients if we don’t believe in their cause or if we can’t help them.

Colleagues you can count on. Kind, dedicated, passionate people who bring the smarts, get things done, and help you to do your best, too.

So that’s us. Now about the work:

We run innovative and strategic online advocacy, digital organizing, and electoral campaigns that build grassroots power and create lasting change. We work with progressive groups working on everything from economic justice to climate change to global poverty – think Planned Parenthood, NRDC, big national unions, healthcare advocacy groups, and more. Our electoral work exclusively focuses on outside organizations, not candidate campaigns, because our goal is not just to win an election but to build long-term organizing infrastructure that can hold people in power accountable.
Day-to-day, we’re figuring out how to win elections, drive the narrative, influence policy, hold corporations and politicians accountable, recruit activists, make the most of news moments, and leave no idea unconsidered that might build power. We have a particular focus on developing new models to mobilize infrequent voters of color. We use every tool and tactic in the book, from social media to digital ads to broadcast and 1:1 SMS to virtual phone banks and relational organizing, integrating as tightly as possible with on-the-ground organizing and media advocacy.

Here’s what you’ll be doing in this role:

Serve as the overall project manager for our work with the client, making sure all deliverables are on time and managing staff across teams and skill sets as necessary to get the work done to ensure we’re giving the best possible service to our clients.
Work in a team to help create and drive effective digital organizing campaigns for clients.
Maintain the client relationship by staying in close contact with clients throughout the day via email and phone, leading weekly check-in calls, and occasionally presenting at strategy meetings.
Research and identify how to use (or not use) new tools and technology to advance client goals and keep innovating our practice.
Oversee the drafting and production of broadcast SMS efforts (using tools like Mobile Commons and Phone2Action), peer-to-peer texting (using tools like Hustle and ThruText), and email campaigns (using tools like EveryAction and Action Network).
Distill SMS, email, web, advertising, and social campaign results into the important lessons that could change how a campaign performs.
Work directly with client-side field staff, canvass vendors, peer-to-peer texting teams, and other volunteers to facilitate trainings, provide ongoing recommendations, and build relationships.
Review and/or create agendas, notes, calendars, and data reports for clients.
Do your part to help us run smoothly - including carefully tracking all of your client hours as well as pitching in with small office management responsibilities.

Salary, benefits, and some perks:

This is an exempt, unionized position, represented by the Washington-Baltimore News Guild. The salary is $58,500 with eligibility for an approximate $3,800 year end bonus depending on start date and firmwide performance. As part of M+R’s commitment to compensation equity and transparency, we have a no negotiation policy. Salary negotiations can introduce bias and perpetuate wage inequality. Successful staff at M+R have regular opportunities for promotion with accompanying increases in compensation.

We also offer a generous benefits package, plus some perks:


Three week’s vacation as well as paid sick and personal days;
Generous health, dental, and vision benefits;
401(k) plan with an employer match and quarterly employer profit-sharing contributions;
Professional development stipend;
Flexible Spending Accounts for medical, dependent care, and transit;
Regular brainstorms where we cook up our most creative ideas;
All kinds of benefits depending on which office you’re in (once we're back open!). Free lunch once a week. Snack breaks. Cold brew coffee on tap. Records and record players.
While our physical offices are closed, we offer reimbursements for cell phones and internet, plus a small monthly working-from-home stipend to make your work-at-home life a bit more comfortable.

The fine print:

Due to COVID, our offices are currently closed. Our primary concern is the care and health of our employees, and will not reopen our offices until it is safe to do so. When M+R reopens its offices, we have a preference for this position to work out of one of the following M+R offices:

1101 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC
11 Park Place, New York, NY
262 Washington St, Boston, MA
1611 Telegraph Ave, Oakland, CA
1275 East 6th St, Los Angeles, CA

If you would prefer not to be based in one of our offices, we will discuss those logistics during the interview process.

To apply, use the button on this page. No calls please.

Of course...
M+R is an equal opportunity employer and all applicants will be considered. As a firm we are committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace where we learn and work together to change the world. M+R is strengthened by our staff’s diversity, including race and ethnicity, social class, national origin, culture, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, language, and so much more. We strongly encourage folks from underrepresented backgrounds to apply.

Qualifications

Experience: At least 3 years
Skills: Skills and experiences required for this role:

3-5 years experience, including 3+ years of organizing experience that includes direct organizing (e.g. doing 1:1s, coaching volunteers, field canvassing) and using digital tools to engage and mobilize supporters.
Project management experience holding a variety of stakeholders accountable for important deadlines and materials.
Experience drafting copy for and/or implementing digital strategies (e.g. email, peer-to-peer texting, broadcast SMS, social, advertising) that drive results online, in the field, and with the media.
Understanding of messaging best practices for organizing across channels (SMS, email, paid and organic social, websites, phonebanks, on the doors).
Capability to crunch numbers using spreadsheets and the ability to interpret organizing and digital metrics and translate them into key takeaways.
Demonstrated ability to run meetings to identify project goals and ensure successful outcomes.

Skills and experiences we expect of all M+R employees:

Acute attention to detail.
Ability to prioritize your time to meet deadlines for multiple projects.
Strong ability to write clearly, concisely, and logically.
Proven track record to successfully pick up new skills on the job, including learning new technologies.
Successful experience working in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment.
Capability to tackle big projects by breaking them down into smaller pieces.
Ability to see a problem and propose a solution.
Drive to seek what can be improved and offer ways to fix any potential roadblocks.
Understanding of how your words and actions affect others.
Kindness and consideration for others.
Experience bringing a lens of inclusivity to all of your interactions with colleagues.
Passion for the role that your work plays in creating change in the world.
Drive to work collaboratively - soliciting ideas, seeing each other's perspectives, and always doing what you say you will do.
Comfort admitting what you don’t know and recognizing that seeking and receiving feedback is part of the learning process.

Skills and experiences that are preferred, but not required:

Experience organizing with marginalized communities utilizing a strong equity lens and nuanced understanding of power dynamics.
Have worked in an agency setting or at another consulting firm.
Experience working on electoral and/or voter turnout campaigns.

Organization Description

About M+R
We are communicators, marketers, fundraisers, and campaigners who unleash the power of people to do good. We work exclusively with nonprofits fighting for a just and sustainable world.

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Executive Director @ North Carolina AIDS Action NetworkFri, 19 Nov 21 16:14:09 +0000http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=11845http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=11845Organization Name: North Carolina AIDS Action Network
Website: www.ncaan.org/
Job Post Date: 19 Nov 2021
Job Terms: Full Time
Salary: Depending on experience, between $90,000 and $99,999.99 annualy.
Anticipated Start Date: As soon as possible

Job Description

The new Executive Director will assume primary operating and oversight responsibility for NCAAN, with support and direction from the Board of Directors, to advance NCAAN’s work and mission. This executive leader will drive strategic, administrative, and financial decisions and will bring creative leadership to envisioning and enacting policy priorities for people directly impacted by HIV, Hep C, and related health issues in an often challenging political and cultural environment. The Executive Director will bring new energy and expertise to NCAAN and will work with Board, staff, and constituents to develop and implement a renewed strategic vision and direction for the organization, to include the following priorities (as identified by key internal and external stakeholders):

? Strategically grow and expand organizational capacity and the systems and structures to support current and future growth
? Continue to build, organize, and support a network of grassroots advocates in communities across the state, with particular focus on rural areas, Black and Brown communities and other underserved and over-burdened populations
? Clarify and align NCAAN’s mission, goals, and priorities
? Increase and diversify funding and funding sources
? Advance policy and advocacy capability and impact, including deepening relationships with elected officials and other policy makers across the political spectrum

The Executive Director will function as a public representative and spokesperson for NCAAN in raising awareness, challenging HIV-related stigma, and advocating for sound public policies. This position requires a visionary leader, a highly organized manager, and a great collaborator who thrives on building effective teams with diverse constituents.

Qualifications

Education Requirement: Bachelor's Degree (4 yrs. college)
Experience: At least 5 years
Skills: • Minimum of five years of successful senior management experience, including strategic planning, organizational growth and development, staff management, and external relations skills;
• Proven ability to work effectively with communities disproportionately impacted by HIV & AIDS, including communities of color, low-income populations, youth, women, transgender people, men who have sex with men, injection drug users, sex workers, women of color and/or rural populations;
• Significant experience in policy, advocacy, capacity building, and/or community organizing, ideally in a directly related issue area (HIV, Hep C, harm reduction, disability rights, public health, health system reform, etc.) in a Southern state;
• Record of success in nonprofit fundraising, with experience in individual giving, corporate and foundation support, and/or special events;
• Previous financial oversight and budget management responsibility for an organization of comparable (or larger) size and complexity;
• Exceptional internal and external communications skills that can engage multiple, diverse stakeholders and inspire them to action;
• Ability to work with elected officials (and their staffs) across the political spectrum, regardless of one’s own political affiliation;
• Ability to cultivate strategic relationships with other nonprofits, community organizations, public officials, LGBTQIA Movement leaders, and allies.

Organization Description

North Carolina AIDS Action Network (NCAAN) is a dynamic, statewide advocacy organization fighting for the rights of people living with HIV & AIDS and Viral Hepatitis, their loved ones, and people vulnerable to acquiring HIV & AIDS in North Carolina. Through policy, education, and community organizing efforts, NCAAN is advocating for and empowering the individuals, communities, and populations who are disproportionately affected by HIV and Viral Hepatitis. It is also working on behalf of people who use drugs and those experiencing inequitable access to care and other identity-based marginalization. Headquartered in Raleigh with staff working virtually throughout the state, NCAAN has a current operating budget of around $650,000 and a dedicated team of six full- and part-time employees. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, NCAAN is governed by a 13-person volunteer Board of Directors comprised of community, philanthropic, and business leaders from across the state.

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