Organizers for America - Recent Job Postshttp://organizersforamerica.orgOrganizers for Americaen-usThu, 27 Nov 2014 20:10:11 -0500Thu, 27 Nov 2014 20:10:11 -0500Copyright 2014 Organizers for AmericaKing Cow Central RSS Feed Generator (kingcow.com)Collective Bargaining Administrator @ SEIU LOCAL 1984 Wed, 26 Nov 14 03:27:00 -0500http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=5317http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=5317Organization Name: SEIU LOCAL 1984
Location: Concord, New Hampshire View Google Map
Job Post Date: 26 Nov 2014
Job Terms: Full Time

Job Description

THE STATE EMPLOYEES’ ASSOCIATION OF NH, SEIU LOCAL 1984



COLLECTIVE BARGAINING ADMINISTRATOR



Concord, NH



General Statement of Duties



Performs professional tasks in all facets of labor relations and administration within the public and private sector related to collective bargaining activities. Responsibilities include coordination, implementation and oversight of all collective bargaining activities; conducting negotiations as chief negotiator, supervision over negotiators and support staff. Performs other related duties as assigned by the President, including serving on the senior management team of the organization.



Supervision



Works under the general supervision of the President.



Supervision Exercised



Directly supervises, reviews and evaluates, assigns and directs the work and activities of negotiators. Exercises shared supervision over some administrative professional staff.



Example of Duties



Coordinates and supervises the collective bargaining activities of the organization at all levels and conducts negotiations as chief negotiator. Responsible for strategy, research, training, implementation and maintenance of all collective bargaining agreements.



Coordinates staff workloads, program responsibilities, training, communications and other related duties with the President and other designated staff or management personnel.



Represents the organization on matters before the Public Employee Labor Relations Board, including preparation and submission of briefs and pleadings, etc., affecting contract negotiations and/or administration of collective bargaining agreements, such as unfair labor practices.



Represents the organization before the Executive and Legislative branches of state, county or municipal government and other official bodies regarding funding and legislative approval of collective bargaining agreements.



Represents or assists others representing the organization in administrative hearings relative to individual complaints concerning compensation, classification, discipline or other employment related issues.



Establishes procedures and communication channels between the bargaining team, the Collective Bargaining Advisory Committee, the Labor Management Committee, bargaining units, the Board of Directors, members, and all other appropriate parties.



Works with bargaining team to create theme, solid arguments and strategies that permit implementation of a coherent plan at the table.



Provides direct support to the Collective Bargaining Advisory Committee.



Works with master and subunit teams to prepare for contract negotiations and develops language for current and future CBAs to unify wages, benefits and other terms and conditions of employment.



Develops and prepares an annual plan andmonthly collective bargaining reports that indicate the ongoing status of all contracts and twelve months of benchmarks.



Provides input into selection of subordinate staff. Is responsible for the daily supervision, evaluation and discipline of subordinate staff.



Attends meetings of chapters, committees, the board, the council and the convention and any other relevant body as required to inform and educate the membership and the public on the policies and programs of the association.



Reviews and develops responses to grievances appealed to the Labor Management Committee and investigates and coordinates responses to informal and formal unfair labor practice charges filed by employer groups.



Reviews and responds to legislation that may impact labor relations programs.


Minimum Education, Experience, and Requirements



Education: Bachelor's degree from a recognized college or university. Each additional year of approved formal education may be substituted for one year of required work experience.



Experience: Five years' professional experience in labor contract negotiations to include at least two years as the lead negotiator for large contracts, plus two years of supervisory experience in any occupational area. The supervisory experience shall count as part of the five years' total experience if related to contract negotiations. Experience in contract negotiation with large governmental agencies is desirable. Each additional year of approved professional level labor contract negotiations experience may be substituted for one year of required formal education or any equivalent combination of relevant education and relevant experience.



Licenses and Transportation: Requires a valid driver's license, auto insurance and automobile



Thorough Knowledge of:



Collective bargaining process in the public and/or private sectors.

Collective bargaining principles.

State and Federal labor laws, rules and regulations.

Negotiation principles.

Grievance and arbitration procedures.

The operation of personal computers and the use of Microsoft Office Suite.

Principles and techniques of preparing effective oral presentations.



Working Conditions

Evening work and weekend hours as necessary.

May be required to travel as necessary.



Compensation: $77,001.60 - $104,249.60



Benefits: health and dental benefits for employee and eligible dependents, and spouse, 401 (k)



Online Submission Instructions: Submit a cover letter, resume and writing sample.



SEIU Local 1984 is an Equal Opportunity Employer



Apply Here: http://www.Click2apply.net/dg27bmq
PI87487237

Qualifications

Education Requirement: Bachelor's Degree (4 yrs. college)

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Organizer @ Neighborhoods Organizing for ChangeMon, 24 Nov 14 21:47:37 -0500http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=5316http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=5316Organization Name: Neighborhoods Organizing for Change
Website: www.mnnoc.org
Location: 911 W. Broadway Ave., Minneapolis, MN 55411 View Google Map
Job Post Date: 24 Nov 2014
Job Terms: Full Time
Salary: To be negotiated

Job Description

Position Description

Neighborhoods Organizing for Change (NOC) is a grassroots, member-led organization building power in under-resourced communities and communities of color across the Twin Cities. NOC works at the intersection of race, the economy and public policy in an effort to produce systemic change in Minnesota. Neighborhoods Organizing for Change (NOC) is hiring a full-time organizer to conduct base building, campaign development, leadership development across multiple issues and strategic campaigns. The organizer is responsible for managing member committees, recruiting members, developing leaders, driving campaigns, setting goals, producing measurable outcomes, and creating community infrastructure. The organizer will work closely with the Organizing Director and to both build and implement NOC’s campaign activities. The ideal candidate will be highly accountable enthusiastic about strategic campaign work, committed to building leadership in others, and will come with an authentic and experiential understanding of working with black, brown, and low-income communities.



Primary Responsibilities
• Grow NOC‘s leadership base by 500+ per year.
• Grow NOC’s sustaining membership base by 500+ per year.
• Participate within “issue-cuts” with NOC’s membership.
• Develop on-going leadership and growth within the base. Create vibrant leadership teams of 20 or more NOC members who are at the center of NOC’s campaigns.
• Manage coalition relationships and voting rights organizational allies.
• Engage organizational allies, key stakeholders, community leaders, policy experts, elected officials, and public decision makers in concrete conversations about crucial issues impacting communities of color.
• Grow NOC’s presence in earned media and social media around NOC campaign issues.
• Organize large public meetings, community conversations, direct actions, community events, trainings, civic engagement visits, and other events as needed to accomplish voting rights campaign goals.

Qualifications

Experience: At least 2 years
Skills: • Two or three years of experience in community-based issue campaigns, public policy, community organizing, base building, leadership development, and community engagement.
• Two years of experience managing, supporting, and energizing a committed group of staff and volunteers.
• Demonstrated experience, accountability to and cultural fluency with communities of color and under-resourced communities.
• Ability to work in multi-cultural, multi-lingual, and multi-racial settings.
• Strong written and verbal communication skills. Brings empathy, passion, and humor to the work.
• Ability to deliver numbers-based results in a fast-paced and self-directed environment.
• Highly organized and efficient, able to multi-task and meet deadlines.
• Experience and knowledge of New Media tools, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, petition vehicles, video production preferred.

Organization Description

Based in North Minneapolis, South Minneapolis, and expanding into East Saint Paul, NOC members use issue campaigns, leadership development, community organizing, and electoral organizing to achieve measurable wins toward equity statewide. NOC is a collaborative, movement-building organization where decisions are made by people who are most affected by the inequities we seek to change. A leader in the realm of new media, NOC has engaged over 600,000 community members in social media through innovative partnerships, the ongoing production of community-made videos and media-art, and consistent online organizing.

In 2014, NOC is launching an ambitious project to develop the leadership of communities of color through strategic alignments, civic engagement, community organizing, and intersectional issue campaigns. Having created a solid foundation of members, campaign wins, and public credibility, NOC has the extraordinary opportunity of growing into a statewide and member-funded power organization capable of effecting structural change toward equity, and led by people of color from a diverse mix of ethnic identities, sexual identities, gender identities, national identities, racial identities, religious identities, and experiences of diaspora.

Active NOC campaigns
• Education Equity
• Political leadership and civic engagement
• Transit Equity
• Housing Justice
• Environmental Justice

While NOC currently has five campaigns, we approach these campaigns as intersectional and interconnected.

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Executive Director Needed - Florida Consumer Action Network @ Fair ShareMon, 24 Nov 14 11:27:27 -0500http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=5315http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=5315Organization Name: Fair Share
Website: www.fairshareonline.org/content/apply-fair-share?utm_source=OFA&utm_medium=11-19-2014&utm_campaign=1056
Location: St. Petersburg, FL View Google Map
Job Post Date: 24 Nov 2014
Job Terms: Full Time

Job Description

FCAN is seeking an Executive Director to start ASAP. Founded in December 1984 from a coalition of existing grassroots organizations, Florida Consumer Action Network (FCAN) is a non-profit organization with a history of organizing everyday citizens in support of a Florida that works for everyone. Currently, FCAN members and staff are building power to win victories to build a new transportation system, limit corporate influence over our Democracy, ensure quality and affordable health care for everyone,

For decades, Florida has been one of the most important swing states in the nation. Because of this, much national attention is paid to Florida politics and it has been at the center of the political dialogue on issues around the economy, jobs, health care, energy and more. As the FCAN Executive Director, you will be working to strengthen the progressive movement in one of the most important states in national politics and be involved in some of the most critical campaigns in the country. The Executive Director will oversee all operations of the organization including program work, staff development, fundraising and administration.

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Arts and Entertainment Organizer @ The Public Interest NetworkMon, 24 Nov 14 11:24:21 -0500http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=5314http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=5314Organization Name: The Public Interest Network
Website: publicinterestnetwork.org/page/pin/apply?utm_source=OFA&utm_medium=11-19-2014&utm_campaign=1055
Location: Los Angeles, CA View Google Map
Job Post Date: 24 Nov 2014
Job Terms: Full Time

Job Description

This is an entry level opportunity for someone interested in making a difference. The arts, music and entertainment industry can be an incredible ally in creating social change, using the "celebrity megaphone" to help win campaigns and build the profile of our organizations and the issues they are working on. The Arts and Entertainment Industry Organizer's primary responsibility is to build an Action Network of high-profile actors, producers, directors and other key players in the arts and entertainment industry.

The Arts and Entertainment Organizer will work with Public Interest Network staff to identify opportunities to engage members of the arts, music and entertainment community in such actions as campaign endorsements and sign-on letters; news conferences, lobby days and fundraisers; and video projects like the U.S. PIRG Mad Fast Trains video with “Mad Men” stars Vincent Kartheiser and Rich Sommer.

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Citizen Outreach Director @ Fund for the Public InterestMon, 24 Nov 14 11:20:45 -0500http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=5313http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=5313Organization Name: Fund for the Public Interest
Website: www.fundforthepublicinterest.org/cd-application.html?utm_source=OFA&utm_medium=11-19-2014&utm_campaign=1054
Location: 27 Locations: Arizona (View Google Map); California (View Google Map); Colorado (View Google Map); Connecticut (View Google Map); Florida (View Google Map); Georgia (View Google Map); Iowa (View Google Map); Illinois (View Google Map); Massachusetts (View Google Map); Maine (View Google Map); Maryland (View Google Map); Michigan (View Google Map); Minnesota (View Google Map); Missouri (View Google Map); North Carolina (View Google Map); New Hampshire (View Google Map); New Jersey (View Google Map); New Mexico (View Google Map); New York (View Google Map); Ohio (View Google Map); Oregon (View Google Map); Pennsylvania (View Google Map); Rhode Island (View Google Map); Texas (View Google Map); Washington (View Google Map); Wisconsin (View Google Map); Washington, DC (View Google Map)
Job Post Date: 24 Nov 2014
Job Terms: Full Time
Salary: Depending on experience, between $24,500 and $29,000 annualy.

Job Description

BUILDING ORGANIZATIONS AND WINNING CAMPAIGNS

Right now, our country faces real problems and challenges—but creating positive social change isn’t easy. It takes smarts, organization and hard work. Most of all, it takes people power.
Fund for the Public Interest is a national, non-profit organization that runs campaigns on some of our most pressing issues—such as reducing global warming pollution, or stopping the overuse of antibiotics on factory farms. We generate the people power it takes to build organizations for the long-term, win hard-fought campaigns, and make real change on some of the most important issues of our day.

MAKE CHANGE HAPPEN

We all want to make a difference. But wanting change, or hoping for it, or even passionately arguing for it isn’t enough. If we want to see real progress, we need to do more.
When change does happen, the president or the governor usually gets the headline. Yet, the real action takes place behind the scenes, with hundreds or thousands or even millions of people across the country making their voices heard through petitions, emails, donations and meetings. That’s people power, and that’s what you’ll generate with the Fund.

BUILD AND LEAD A TEAM

Are you ready to be part of a team that’s leading the fight for change? As a Director, that’s what you’ll do. You’ll build a campaign office from the ground up. You’ll hire a staff of up to 40 people. You’ll recruit supporters, raise money, train activists and mobilize thousands of people to take action—for the environment, our democracy and other important causes. We’ll provide you with the training and the backup you need to manage a campaign, train your leadership team, and mobilize public support. If you are ready to build people power for great groups and make an impact on important issues, then you could be ready to be a Director with the Fund.

FIND OUT WHAT IT TAKES TO WIN

We’ve been running grassroots campaigns across the country since 1982. Over the last 30 years, we’ve worked on behalf of U.S. PIRG, Environment America, Sierra Club and other groups on a wide range of issues in all parts of the country. Our canvassers have gathered more than 20 million petition signatures, and we’ve raised more than $500 million to help these groups win their campaigns.

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Stand Up to Special Interests with U.S. PIRG's Fellowship @ US PIRGMon, 24 Nov 14 11:06:11 -0500http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=5312http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=5312Organization Name: US PIRG
Website: jobs.uspirg.org?utm_source=OFA&utm_medium=11-21-2014&utm_campaign=1060
Location: 6 Locations: Boston, MA (View Google Map); Washington, DC (View Google Map); Denver, CO (View Google Map); Philadelphia, PA (View Google Map); Portland, OR (View Google Map); Raleigh, NC (View Google Map)
Job Post Date: 24 Nov 2014
Job Terms: Full Time
Salary: $25,000 annualy

Job Description

U.S. PIRG is looking for people who agree that America has more problems than we should tolerate, but who also understand that there are plenty of solutions we should be putting to use. We're hiring people to cast a brighter spotlight on problems like the overuse of antibiotics on factory farms, or the way that a few billionaires, Super PACs and corporations are spending more than ever to influence our elections. Our work doesn’t stop at exposing problems. We organize the public to win practical solutions to these problems. We’ll train you how to make the biggest impact through grassroots organizing, media outreach, lobbying public officials and building coalitions. The special interests have their lobbyists. We're looking to hire people like you to become advocates for the public interest.

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Environmental Fellowship to Win Real Results @ Environment AmericaMon, 24 Nov 14 11:03:05 -0500http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=5311http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=5311Organization Name: Environment America
Website: jobs.environmentamerica.org/jobs/amr/environment-america-fellowship-program?utm_source=OFA&utm_medium=11-21-2014&utm_campaign=1059
Location: 3 Locations: Washington, DC (View Google Map); Boston, MA (View Google Map); Denver, CO (View Google Map)
Job Post Date: 24 Nov 2014
Job Terms: Full Time

Job Description

As an Environment America fellow, you’ll get a two-year crash course in the nuts and bolts of environmental activism, organizing, advocacy and the kind of institution building that can sustain long-term battles. You’ll team up with our most experienced advocates and organizers to become an expert on one of our key campaigns and develop and implement a strategy to win on global warming, fracking, preservation, clean water, or clean energy. It takes grit and determination to mobilize enough public support to push past the polluters to win solutions, so you’ll get experience in virtually every aspect of running a successful grassroots campaign, from developing a message to fundraising and cultivating donors.

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Global Warming Digital Organizing Manager @ Environment AmericaMon, 24 Nov 14 11:00:34 -0500http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=5310http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=5310Organization Name: Environment America
Website: jobs.environmentamerica.org/page/amr/available-positions?utm_source=OFA&utm_medium=11-21-2014&utm_campaign=1058
Location: Denver, CO View Google Map
Job Post Date: 24 Nov 2014
Job Terms: Full Time
Salary: Depending on experience, between $25,000 and $29,000 annualy.

Job Description

Environment America is looking for a smart, creative and committed person to drive and expand our online organizing for our Global Warming Solutions campaigns. Global warming isn't just a threat to our future. It's here now. But we know that the polluters are working hard to stop us, on Capitol Hill and in statehouses across the nation. That’s where you come in. We seek a committed and creative person with a good strategic sense and good writing, graphics and computer skills to drive and build the online aspects of our global warming solutions campaigns.

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Organize to Get Big Money out of Politics @ Student PIRGsMon, 24 Nov 14 10:56:07 -0500http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=5309http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=5309Organization Name: Student PIRGs
Website: jobs.studentpirgs.org/apply.html?utm_source=OFA&utm_medium=11-21-2014&utm_campaign=1057
Location: 40 Locations: Massachusetts (View Google Map); Washington, DC (View Google Map); Chicago, IL (View Google Map); Seattle, WA (View Google Map); Bay Area, CA (View Google Map); Austin, TX (View Google Map); Denver, CO (View Google Map); New York, NY (View Google Map); Portland, OR (View Google Map); Los Angeles, CA (View Google Map); Atlanta, GA (View Google Map); Raleigh, NC (View Google Map); New Orleans, LA (View Google Map); Minneapolis, MN (View Google Map); Madison, WI (View Google Map); Philadelphia, PA (View Google Map); Boulder, CO (View Google Map); New Haven, CT (View Google Map); Houston, TX (View Google Map); Portland, ME (View Google Map); San Diego, CA (View Google Map); Ithaca, NY (View Google Map); Nashville, TN (View Google Map); Pomona, CA (View Google Map); Ann Arbor, MI (View Google Map); Baltimore, MD (View Google Map); Jackson, MS (View Google Map); Lawrence, KS (View Google Map); Burlington, VT (View Google Map); Newark, NJ (View Google Map); Pittsburgh, PA (View Google Map); Hartford, CT (View Google Map); Providence, RI (View Google Map); Oakland, CA (View Google Map); Phoenix, AZ (View Google Map); Albuquerque, NM (View Google Map); St Louis, MO (View Google Map); Columbus, OH (View Google Map); Birmingham, AL (View Google Map); Miami, FL (View Google Map)
Job Post Date: 24 Nov 2014
Job Terms: Full Time

Job Description

The Student PIRGs are hiring Campus Organizers to lead and train the next generation of American activists.

As a Campus Organizer with the Student PIRGs, you'll recruit and train college students to take on pressing social problems outside the classroom. And by training students on the basics of organizing and activism, we don’t merely give them the ability to make change now—we give them the skills to be activists for life.

The problems we face today are as urgent as ever: our elections are awash with corporate cash; the temperature of the planet is increasing at an alarming rate; hunger and homelessness are a fact of life for millions.

As a Student PIRG Campus Organizer, you’ll get students involved—and train them to run campaigns that make an impact in the community, in the state capitol, in Congress, at the White House, or wherever it will make a difference.

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Data & Targeting Associate @ League of Conservation VotersFri, 21 Nov 14 15:16:58 -0500http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=4783http://organizersforamerica.org/page.php?id=89&jobid=4783Organization Name: League of Conservation Voters
Website: www.lcv.org
Location: 1920 L St. NW Washington DC View Google Map
Job Post Date: 21 Nov 2014
Job Terms: Full Time

Job Description

The Data and Targeting Department makes decisions about which voters and members of the general public are likely to be engaged on environmental issues, and maintains voter file information that permits the organization to educate the public and motivate supporters to become active civic participants in an efficient manner. The Data and Targeting Associate will work with the Campaigns Department, Policy & Lobbying Department, Membership Department, Development Department and the state LCVs to develop and oversee data and targeting related activities on issues and elections. We are seeking a strategic thinker who can help LCV and LCVEF utilize data and analytics to engage environmentally-minded citizens across the country and build support for environmental priorities.

Qualifications

Skills:
• Strong data management skills; able to handle multiple projects simultaneously; proficient with VAN, Catalist and other data management tools; familiarity with use of auto-dialer; strong understanding of strategic use of data; ability to collaborate well with others; works well in a fast-paced environment and able to multi-task without sacrificing quality of work; ability to communicate effectively about complex topics; SQL, GIS, SPSS, or Stata proficiency a plus.

On a daily basis, s/he will:

• Serve as the main point of contact for state league partner organizations with questions about voter files and targeting
• Assist state league partners in establishing program and targeting goals, including identifying and coordinating opportunities for program data analysis
• Manage state league data requests, and aggressively collect and organize data from state league partners
• Generate, manage and track voter, membership and volunteer lists for LCV and LCVEF programs, including mailings and online outreach, in a fast-paced campaign setting
• Work with Membership Department and Development Department to synchronize data across departments
• Manage relationships with voter file, data, analytics and technology vendors, and serve as a liaison to other organizations that LCV and LCVEF work closely with on data-related issues
• Clean data and prepare lists for the database(s)
• Maintain records describing the quality, and quantity of data LCV and LCVEF have available
• Analyze environmental membership and activist data to determine what an environmental supporter looks like, demographically
• Other duties as assigned


• Education: College degree required.

• Work experience: At least two years of related experience on either issue or electoral campaigns focused on voter contac,t data management and targeting. Must have experience with how modeling is utilized in campaigns.

• Conditions: Ability to work overtime with little notice; able to work hours exceeding stated office hours to get the job done. This position is based in Washington, D.C.

Organization Description

The League of Conservation Voters (LCV) and its sister organization – the League of Conservation Voters Education Fund (LCVEF) -- work to turn environmental values into national, state and local priorities. LCV, in collaboration with our state LCV partners, advocates for sound environmental laws and policies, holds elected officials accountable for their votes and actions, and elects pro-environment candidates who will champion our priority issues.

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