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Jobs With Justice Education Fund is an affirmative action employer and strongly encourages people of color, women, l/g/b/t/q individuals, those with disabilities, and those with working class backgrounds to apply.

Finance Director, Jobs With Justice

Position overview:  The Finance Director is responsible for the efforts, results, and success of the organization’s finances. They balance long-term projections with the short-term needs of the organization to ensure solvency, providing financial advice and support to help senior management make key decisions. They oversee the application of the values and priorities of Jobs With Justice to its financial strategies, policies and systems. The Finance Director will take a bird’s eye view to provide strategic oversight while also paying attention to details. This person will manage a team that ensures that the finances of Jobs With Justice Education Fund (c3) and Jobs With Justice (c4) and all associated entities are in compliance with all laws and policies that govern them.

Preference for this position to be based in Washington, DC be we are willing consider remote work arrangements. 

Primary Responsibilities: 

  • Manage and supervise the execution of the day-to-day functions of the Finance Department, including overseeing financial staff and the facilitation of recurring tasks such as ensuring accuracy of financial statements, tracking financial data, invoicing, etc. 
  • Be responsible for the development and implementation of the organization’s core financial processes including budgeting, forecasting, asset management, and multi-year aggregate expenditure planning. 
  • Interpret complex financial information and provide updates and information as needed to the management team. Make financial information easily digestible and accessible to the staff and board. 
  • Monitor cash flow, accounts, and other financial transactions.
  • Ensure that all the organization’s financial practices are in line with statutory regulations and legislation. Ensure organization remains in compliance with all local, state and federal regulatory bodies. 
  • Analyze the financial climate and market trends to assist senior management in creating sustainable strategic plans. 
  • Under the direction of the Executive Team ensure organizational compliance with collective bargaining agreement between unit staff and management staff as it relates to the Finance Department. 
  • Support executive team in developing economic proposals/recommendations when in negotiations with the bargaining unit. 

Detailed areas of work currently include: 

Financial Strategy 

  • As a partner to the senior management, department directors and board leadership, assess organizational performance against both the annual budget and JWJ’s long-term strategy. 
  • Develop tools and systems to provide critical and timely financial and operational information and make actionable recommendations on financial management, strategy, and operations. 
  • Engage the board of directors and the finance committee around issues, trends, and changes in the operating model(s) and operational delivery. 
  • Assist in establishing yearly finance and operations objectives, and selecting and engaging outside consultants (auditors, investment advisors, etc.). 
  • Facilitate long-term budget planning and cost management in alignment with JWJ’s strategic theory of change, especially as the organization considers new programs and funding sources. 
  • Protect and manage organizational assets and accounts as well as ensuring the proper security checks and balances are in place to protect the organizations assets. 
  • Ensure the Finance Department policies and procedures manual is updated and is accurately being utilized. 
  • Ideate, test, and assess innovative strategies and experiments as a part of the Ford Foundation’s Building Institutions and Networks (BUILD) initiative to improve the organization’s ability to better leverage financial analysis, build stronger financial systems and enable financial growth for the long-term. 

Financial and Administrative Management 

  • Establish investment and financial management policies that comply with applicable regulations and best practices and are approved by the National Board(s). 
  • Oversee all accounts, ledgers, and reporting systems, ensuring compliance with applicable Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and regulatory requirements. 
  • Maintain internal control safeguards, keep financial protocols updated and ensure they are followed. 
  • Facilitate audit and Form 990. 
  • Manage cash flow and forecasting. 
  • Develop a reliable cash flow projection process and reporting mechanism that includes a minimum cash threshold to meet operating needs. 
  • Optimize the handling of banking and investment relationships and initiate appropriate strategies to enhance and protect cash positions. 
  • Facilitate annual budget process and the implementation of budgets to monitor progress and present financial metrics both internally and externally. 
  • Oversee JwJ group exemption process to ensure compliance and help build the capacities of our National Network. 
  • Build relationships and work directly with our National Network to provide ongoing support including assessing the current financial practices of our Network members to provide tailored, in-depth capacity building.
  • Establish a set of best practices to build Network’s ability to improve financial oversight as it pertains to fiduciary responsibility and protection of assets. 
  • Oversee risk management and legal activities, guarantee compliance with all relevant regulations by ensuring that all program-related functions are conducted in compliance with regulations of the IRS and other agencies to which JwJ is accountable. 

Human Resource Management 

  • Stay current on finance related HR best practices, laws and regulations to ensure the organization remains in compliance and in good standing with relevant regulatory agencies. 

Staff Management  

  • Oversee areas of work of the staff under their direct supervision. 
  • Ensure staff members they supervise receive timely and appropriate training and development. 
  • Establish and monitor departmental staff performance and development goals, assign accountabilities, set objectives, establish priorities, conduct annual performance appraisals, and administer salary adjustments. 

How Responsibilities will be met: 

  • Regular meetings with the Executive Team to ensure aligned priorities, what is urgent and what can wait. 
  • Consult with the Executive Team on major decisions. 
  • Work with the Management Team to develop and track budgets, and ensure they have clarity on the financial health of the organization to inform their areas of work. 

Signs we are on track: A successful Finance Director 

  • National office and organizations in the network are growing sustainable infrastructures, thriving in financial health. 
  • JWJ/JWJEF is compliant with all IRS regulations throughout the network.
  • JWJ/JWJEF carries fully balanced budgets.
  • The finance work of the organization is informing and being informed by the other areas of work within the organization.
  • Communicates about and documents work, outcomes, updates, and developments in a timely and strategic way.
  • Successfully transfers knowledge and skill in order to build the capacity of local coalitions and national staff.
  • Effectively communicates and collaborates within the JWJ staff teams, and local affiliates and external partners in a complex environment.
  • The Director and Departmental staff are accountable for and follows through on agreed upon work plans and actions. 


  • 10+ years of experience in managerial/supervisory role in Finance 
  • Certified Public Accountant accreditation
  • Advanced degree or other relevant certification/continuing education completion in finance related field
  • Demonstrable passion for JWJs mission; a leader with integrity and a desire to work in a dynamic environment.
  • Basic understanding of collective bargaining—both in the traditional US context and beyond
  • Demonstrated ability to design and implement best practices in financial management.
  • Solid knowledge of non-profit organizations, GAAP standards, and fund accounting
  • Expert level experience in managing and operating QuickBooks and related finance software/systems.
  • Several years’ experience managing and growing the finances of 501c3 and 501c4 organizations with comparable budgets or larger.
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills, and exceptionally detail oriented (e.g., notices when codes are off by one number or the wrong name is listed), but can also see the big picture (notices trends in spending or income that may have implications for the project)
  • Strong analytical skills and experience transforming a strategic vision into an operational model. Previous experience in operational oversight a plus
  • Experience working in an organization with a union collective bargaining agreement is a plus;
  • Ability to work with a geographically dispersed set of colleagues from multiple locations and offices.
  • Demonstrated ability to operate in a fast-paced environment independently and collaboratively.
  • Experience building and maintaining relationships with people from diverse backgrounds and social movements, including historically underrepresented communities.
  • Models transparent and accountable decision-making 

Salary: Between $106,000-$130,000, negotiated based on experience and Management Team norms and practices. 

Benefits: Generous benefits package that includes paid vacation, medical, dental, and retirement benefits. 

This is a management level position and is not a part of the staff bargaining unit. The Finance Director is accountable to and supervised by the Deputy Director for Organizational Strength. 

To apply, email your resume, cover letter and references to  

 Jobs With Justice Education Fund is an affirmative action employer and strongly encourages people of color, women, l/g/b/t/q individuals, those with disabilities, and those with working class backgrounds to apply.  Frequently cited statistics show that people of color, women, trans, and non-binary people, as well as other structurally marginalized groups apply to jobs only if they meet 100% of the qualifications. JWJ encourages you to break that statistic and to apply. No one ever meets 100% of the qualifications

Foundation Relations Manager, Jobs With Justice

Position overview: 

Jobs With Justice Education Fund (JWJEF) is hiring a Foundations Relation Manager to join our dynamic fundraising and development team and make a difference in the lives of working people. The Foundation Relations Manager is part of the JWJEF team that leads efforts to strategically develop relationships with and strengthen financial support from foundations to advance the organization and our network’s goals and objectives. The primary purpose of this position is to coordinate key relationships with foundations interested in underwriting the work of the organization. The primary responsibility for this role is overall foundation proposal management with primary writing responsibilities for narrative reports and proposals. The candidate should also be able to identify and research potential funders, track relationships with foundations, and oversee the process of developing introductory engagements, concept notes, letters of inquiry, all in collaboration with JWJEF’s management team and program staff. This position is remote with the option of being in our office in Washington DC. This position will be supervised by the Development Director.

Primary responsibilities:

  • Secure financial support from foundations and other institutional sources.
  • Support the development and maintenance of ongoing relationships with foundation funders.
  • Develop and track grant proposal and report deadlines for all foundations.
  • Coordinate the proposal writing and proposal submission process; ensures all proposals meet JWJEF standards and policies.
  • In coordination with Development team, maintain strong communication with funders via newsletters or other publications to demonstrate financial need and show the fiscal responsibility of the organization.
  • Support organization-wide collaboration on foundation relations, including working closely with programs, Communications, Finance, Executive, and the Development staff.
  • Manages a portfolio of the organization’s supporting foundations, and assists in cultivation and stewardship activities for funders.
  • Assists with efforts to engage JWJEF programs on a regular basis to keep Development team abreast of campaigns, projects, and events, as well as opportunities to engage funders and prospects.
  • Research prospective foundations to build relationships with, supporting the Development Team’s overall cultivation goals.

Detailed areas of work currently include:

  • Manages grant reporting process; ensuring compliance with all grant reporting and other grant obligations.
  • Oversees the processing and acknowledgement of all grant agreements, as needed, and other recognition and stewardship activities.
  • Oversees processing of letters of acknowledgement pertaining to foundation grants.
  • Conducts prospect research and writing efforts; provides feedback and guidance as appropriate.
  • Oversees the maintenance of grant records, including paper files, moves management tracking, and primary and secondary contacts and relationships in database; monitors and updates the proposal/project pipeline; keeps proposal and reporting deadline calendars.
  • In coordination with the Development Associate ensures that all foundation related information in Salesforce are kept up to date with necessary documentation, report deadlines, payment schedule, and other data.
  • Proactively identifies and researches prospective foundations in order to develop new funding relationships for the organization and our network; develops engagement strategies, drafts prospect profiles, and engages relevant programs to pursue follow-up.
  • Ensures that supporting foundations are actively involved in the organization and our network’s programs and events, by maintaining ongoing contact and effective working relationships with grantor program officers.
  • Attends appropriate conferences and meetings, and tracks wider philanthropic sector news and trends (including funding awarded to peer think tanks and research institutions) to proactively identify new engagement opportunities.
  • Provides regular updates to the Development Director and executive leadership on the organization’s foundation engagement, including new solicitation opportunities, new proposals and grants, and upcoming deadlines General/Events.
  • Assists in the recognition and prioritization of organizational funding needs, keeping abreast of institutional, network, and departmental priorities and programs.
  • Collaborates with the Development Director to develop strategies for cultivation and stewardship events, as well as other events for foundation supporters.
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • A minimum of 4 years’ experience in grant writing and fundraising (or similar writing experience), preferably in a social economic justice related nonprofit, or similar work in the public or private sectors.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Writing, Political Science, Public Affairs, or any other relevant field. Equivalent work experience also accepted.
  • Familiarity with major national, state and local foundations, as well as prospect research resources such as Foundation Directory Online, Chronicle of Philanthropy, GuideStar, Foundation Search, Grant Station, and IRS 990s.
  • Salesforce or similar CRM database experience is preferable.
  • Excellent writing and editing skills; very high attention to detail and organizational skills
  • Strong research skills, and knowledge of and experience in using research resources for foundation prospects and funding opportunities.
  • Strong communication skills, including the ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from co-workers, program staff, program officers and grants managers, and the general public; good judgment and discretion are emphasized, as is the ability to constructively give and receive feedback.
  • Must be able to prioritize and coordinate multiple projects; also, must be flexible and able to be a cooperative team player.
  • Event planning experience a plus.
  • Successfully sell ideas within the organization and work cooperatively with people from other organizations and cultures.
  • Strong interpersonal, presentation, and communication skills.
  • Must possess appreciation and enthusiasm for social and economic justice movement work. Background in labor a plus.
  • Ability to work with people from a diverse background of experiences.

Salary: between $69,605 to $73,205, depending on experience and in accordance with collective bargaining agreement.

Benefits: Generous benefits package that includes paid vacation, medical, dental, and retirement benefits.

This is a union-represented position, represented by the Washington-Baltimore News Guild, CWA. This position does not conduct managerial nor supervision duties as defined in the NLRA

How to apply:

Submit resume, relevant writing samples, references, and cover letter/letter of interest to

Jobs With Justice Education Fund is committed to inclusion and strongly encourages people of color, women, LGBTQ+ individuals, those with disabilities, and those with working class backgrounds to apply.

Frequently cited statistics show that people of color, women, trans, and non-binary people, as well as other structurally marginalized groups apply to jobs only if they meet 100% of the qualifications. JWJ encourages you to break that statistic and to apply. No one ever meets 100% of the qualifications.

Important notice for applicants: 

Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. Please follow the job application instructions specific to the position you are applying for. Incomplete applications will not be considered. No phone calls or direct solicitations please.

Executive Director, ALIGN, New York

Organization OverviewALIGN: The Alliance for a Greater New York seeks an Executive Director to lead the state’s most impactful alliance of community and labor organizations. ALIGN is searching for a visionary leader to take the organization to the next level of economic and environmental justice advocacy.

ALIGN’s model addresses root causes of economic injustice by forging strategic coalitions, shaping the public debate through strategic communications, and developing policy solutions that make an impact. ALIGN’s movement role of bridging labor and community by developing coalitions and partnerships is fundamental to building a broad and powerful movement for economic justice.

ALIGN’s partner organizations are at the forefront of championing economic, environmental, and racial justice and are some of New York’s most impactful member advocacy organizations including: RWDSU, NYC Environmental Justice Alliance, AFSCME DC 37, Make the Road New York, Teamsters Local 210, New York Communities for Change, New York City Central Labor Council, and Community Voices Heard.

ALIGN was one of the first labor and climate coalitions in the nation. Among many wins, ALIGN established the Climate Works for All and Transform Don’t Trash coalitions that led to policy reform in New York City. ALIGN helped pass the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act, requiring the state to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2050. They led the coalition winning a Wal-Mart Free NYCand helping defeat Amazon’s HQ2 bid. ALIGN advanced passage of the first-of-its-kind NY HERO Act during the pandemic to create health and safety standards in the workplace. Last year, ALIGN won the Warehouse Worker Protection Act, exposing harmful productivity quotas in the warehousing industry.

Position OverviewThe Executive Director will lead a dynamic and powerful coalition of partner organizations working to advance economic and environmental justice across New York. They will be a strategic campaigner with the vision to identify and lead effective coalition campaigns aligned with partner objectives. They will bring substantial experience developing partnerships and connections with nonprofit community organizations and union leaders.

The Executive Director will lead ALIGN’s strategic engagement with external stakeholders in community and government and will be confident in lobbying at the city and state level for ALIGN initiatives. They will be a strategic communicator who is comfortable speaking on the record with the media and will be a persuasive spokesperson representing the organization at key events and coalition tables statewide.

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will be the chief executive of the organization and will oversee the budget, ensuring ALIGN has needed resources to execute targeted campaigns. The ideal leader will have familiarity with fundraising and grants and will work with the board to nurture long-standing donor relationships and cultivate new funding sources.

The Executive Director will oversee a skilled team of proudly unionized staff members and will mentor and build a team that is passionate, committed to equity, and focused on ALIGN’s mission.

The ideal candidate will be an exceptional organizer with a proven track record in advocacy campaigns, a demonstrated commitment to racial and economic equity, and the ability to bring alignment around bold ideas.

Key ResponsibilitiesExternal Leadership

  • Build and foster powerful and long-standing alliances with partner organizations
  • Engage key allies, elected officials, and stakeholders to win precedent-setting policies
  • Design ALIGN strategic campaigns with a unified community and labor table
  • Represent ALIGN as chief spokesperson with media outlets and reporters, while elevating ALIGN’s influence and shaping the public debate

Organizational Management

  • Build a mission-driven strategy synced with a unifying vision of ALIGN, holding staff and board accountable to consistent and timely progress on campaign goals
  • Direct all programs, fundraising, and operations to be aligned with the mission and organizational strategy
  • Lead an annual strategic planning process and be responsible for overseeing, interpreting, and implementing organizational policies
  • Ensure the organizational, operational, legal, financial health, and effectiveness of the organization


  • Manage a diverse and sustainable funding base while cultivating new funding sources
  • Build and meet fundraising goals for the entire organization
  • Establish and maintain relationships with funders and individual donors

Staff and Board of Directors

  • Manage, mentor and motivate a diverse, highly skilled staff
  • Lead an organizational culture that is innovative, effective, positive, and supportive as it advances coalition campaigns
  • Recruit, retain, and support a diverse and skilled Board of Directors, and partner with the board in governance and its support of the organization

Key Attributes and QualificationsAll candidates should embrace ALIGN’s mission and model of building power through community and labor partnerships. They should bring a demonstrated commitment to economic, racial, and social justice and respect and willingness to learn from differing perspectives, voices, and backgrounds. Candidates should be bold, big picture thinkers who are energetic, inspiring, and passionate about ALIGN’s continued leadership in the economic and environmental change movements.

We recognize people from marginalized groups may be less likely to apply for jobs unless they believe they meet every one of the qualifications as described in a job description. We encourage you to apply, even if you don’t believe you meet every one of the following qualifications.

  • Minimum 10 years’ experience in campaigns, social justice advocacy organizations, labor unions or community organizations
  • Meaningful experience in leading teams, programs or organizations with a proven track record of setting, supporting, and achieving impactful goals
  • Superb interpersonal skills, with an impressive history of forging strong relationships with stakeholders and allies
  • Staff management expertise with a talent for empowering and supporting staff
  • Ability to demonstrate political savviness and judgment
  • Familiarity with fundraising and grants and an excitement to engage funders on a regular basis
  • Experience in base building and capacity building initiatives with membership organizations
  • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills
  • Knowledge and experience in policy and legislative work in city and state government is a plus
  • Has worked in electoral or issue-based campaigns and understands the pace and structure of campaigns

Location, Compensation and BenefitsThis position is in New York City and may include occasional travel. Salary range is $130,000 – $140,000. ALIGN offers comprehensive benefits, including medical, dental, and vision insurance, a 401k plan, and paid time off.

To ApplySubmit a cover letter and resume:

The cover letter should be concise, compelling, and outline why you are the right person for this position. Only applications submitted through this website will be considered. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.

ALIGN is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse, inclusive, and equitable workplace. The organization encourages applications from all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, disability, veteran status, and record of arrest or conviction.

ALIGN takes the health of our employees, families, and communities very seriously. Proof of COVID-19 vaccination is required as a condition of employment.

Senior Lead Organizer, Jobs With Justice

Position overview: The Senior Lead, develops and executes innovative and generative campaigns. In this role, the organizer mobilizes and supports other JWJ staff members, internal inter-disciplinary teams, local coalitions, national partners, and allies to expand worker organizing and bargaining and successfully advance the goals of Jobs With Justice. The Organizer is accountable to and supervised by the Organizing Director.

Location: This is a remote position, Washington, D.C. preferred but not required.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Leads in innovating, analyzing and testing emerging strategies to sharpen JWJ approaches to campaigns;
  • Executes campaign plans to win significant campaign victories that concretely improve workers’ lives;
  • Supports JWJ coalitions and partners to grow and develop more strategic approaches for local campaign work, and strategically connects work toward national goals;
  • Provides feedback to other national Jobs With Justice organizers and other staff on campaign strategy, benchmarks, and plans.
  • Develops the skills & leadership of local organizers in the JWJ network;
  • Is a supportive and flexible member of the JWJ national team;
  • Supports the cultivation of resources/funding for campaign and program work.
  • Represents the organization in important external spaces including large/small movement organizations, campaign partners, and funders.
  • Assist the organizing director in daily operations of the organizing department
  • Assists other members of management team in cross department projects.
  • Uses campaign opportunities to strengthen coalition relationships and movement infrastructure.

Detailed areas of work currently include:

  • Active engagement in visioning, planning, and evaluating practices, both within the JWJ Organizing Department, and with JWJ local coalitions and partners.
  • Distill information and provide recommendations for the organization.
  • Coordination of the network into strategic solidarity opportunities.
  • Supports campaign work with an emphasis on long-term goals of JWJ and local JWJ coalitions.
  • Providing targeted technical assistance to local coalitions and partners moving organizing and bargaining strategies.
  • Documenting relevant communications, activities and outcomes.
  • Training and mentoring local organizers and junior JWJ staff.
  • Supporting opportunities to build new JWJ coalitions based on campaign work and related partners.
  • Collaborating broadly with JWJ staff to strengthen and win campaigns and strengthen local coalitions.
  • Identifying potential financial and in kind support for current and potential campaigns.
  • Work with organizing director to develop and implement budgets for project-based work, including estimates and delegation of coalition/local partner re-granting from the national office
  • Helps bridge gaps on inter-departmental needs.

Signs we are on track: A successful organizer

  • Contributes to the collective knowledge and disciplined practice of proven and emerging JWJ campaign strategies;
  • Develops and executes a variety of work to implement national and local campaigns, resulting in some victories, continuous learning and some experimentation and setbacks;
  • Develops and strengthens relationships with local coalitions, partners and others that could impact the success of a campaign;
  • Communicates about and documents work, outcomes, updates and developments in a timely and strategic way;
  • Successfully transfers knowledge and skill in order to builds the capacity of local coalitions and allies and win campaigns;
  • Effectively communicates and collaborates within the organizing department, throughout JWJ staff teams, and with local affiliates and partners;
  • Is accountable for and follows through on agreed upon work plans and actions;
  • Demonstrates the ability to coordinate inter-disciplinary teams and colleagues in a complex environment.
  • Can be relied on to articulate and represent JWJ’s overall theory of change and how we can make adjustments to our work to stay on track. Represents JWJ in a way that draws new people and organizational allies into regular, on-going relationships with our work.
  • Can be relied on to provide additional capacity for policy advocacy or communications objectives.


  • 10+ years of organizing experience, with a particular emphasis on worker-related campaigns
  • Experience coaching/mentoring staff
  • 2-3 years experience working within a JWJ context, either as a coalition partner, local leader or staff
  • Demonstrated success in program and corporate campaigns, including, industry-based & legislative campaign development and implementation
  • Experience with creative direct action
  • Proven history demonstrating ability to maintain unity in coalition spaces
  • Talent for motivating local leaders into action and constructively agitating partners to act based on our shared values
  • Ability to build and maintain relationships with people from diverse backgrounds, including historically underrepresented communities
  • Can handle and resolve conflict and have excellent interpersonal and group facilitation skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to work in a collective environment
  • Self-motivated and strong work-planning, including good personal time management skills
  • Comfort with public speaking
  • Training experience
  • Understanding of and commitment to a broader working class perspective that goes beyond any sector’s immediate self-interests
  • Labor movement/worker organizing experience is a plus
  • Must be able to travel a minimum of 3-5 days per month, both for campaign-related actions/meetings and to support local coalitions and partners. (please note: JWJ policy requires that all staff who participate in in-person activities and travel are vaccinated against COVID-19)

Salary: $74,000 – $81,000

Benefits: Generous benefits package that includes paid vacation, medical, dental, and retirement benefits.

This is a union-represented position

Jobs With Justice Education Fund is an affirmative action employer and strongly encourages people of color, women, l/g/b/t/q individuals, those with disabilities, and those with working class backgrounds to apply.

To Apply: Please submit a resume and cover letter to

Political Education and Training Director, Pittsburgh United

COVID-19 Vaccination requirement: Employees must be vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19 before their start date as a condition of employment at PGH and PA United. Employees are considered vaccinated two weeks after completing primary vaccination with a COVID-19 vaccine, with, if applicable, at least the minimum recommended interval between doses. Employees are considered boosted if they have received one or more booster shots in accordance with the eligibility requirements set forth by the Center for Disease Control. Candidates are only required to have received vaccines and boosters for which they are eligible under the CDC’s guidelines, and if hired, will be required to receive any COVID-19 vaccines or boosters they become eligible for during employment.

Pittsburgh United is an affirmative action employer. People of color, LGBTQIA+ people, and women are strongly encouraged to apply. We believe that a diverse workforce and inclusive workplace culture enhances our ability to fulfill our mission. Employment and promotional opportunities are based upon individual capabilities and qualifications without regard to race, color, religion, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, sexual orientation, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, disability, veteran status or any other protected characteristic as established under law. Pittsburgh and Pennsylvania United’s offices are accessible, however, staff are currently working in a hybrid format.

To apply for this job, please visit:

Kansas City Organizer, Missouri Jobs With Justice

Salary: Base salary at MO JwJ is $44,000 and this position is commensurate with experience with a salary range between $44,000-$52,000.

Benefits: Full health coverage for individual and family, paid vacation and sick days, 5% retirement match, employer funded FSA, phone reimbursement, and union representation.

The Organization

Missouri Jobs with Justice (MO JwJ) is a coalition of labor, faith, student and community activists and organizations committed to protecting the basic human rights of all people.  MO JwJ is working for an economic system that benefits the entire community.  We believe that the fate of all working people and the communities in which they live are tightly bound together. We strive to build a multi-racial movement and are dedicated to leadership development and base building. We work in partnership with central labor councils, local unions, civil rights organizations, students, community, and faith-based organizations in mobilizing direct actions for social and economic justice, including the right to organize a union, rebuilding the social safety net, living wages, health care, and equal treatment for all.   MO JwJ is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.  We seek a diverse pool of volunteers and applicants for all opportunities and responsibilities within the organization – in particular with respect to traditionally marginalized populations including Black people, women, other people of color, the LGBTQIA community, immigrants, and people of all ages.

The Position: Kansas City MO JwJ Organizer

The Kansas City Organizer, under the supervision of the Deputy Director, will work closely with the Leadership Team, Organizing Committee, and with member organizations, funders, and national affiliations to provide organizing and administrative support to the local development and implementation of MO JwJ campaigns and programs This position is based in Kansas City and will include some travel around the state as part of campaign mobilizations and meetings with the broader MO JwJ leadership and staff.


Base-Building: The MO JwJ coalition is in a phase of deepening investment. The Organizer will work closely with local leadership to implement MO JwJ’s outreach to new member organizations and build the base of individual activists to move our work forward.

Campaigns: MO JwJ is action-oriented. We don’t just talk about the work, we do the work through grassroots campaigns for social and economic justice. The Organizer will coordinate campaign development, mobilization, and evaluation with leaders and members. Campaigns will include legislative campaigns, municipal campaigns, and campaigns to support workplace-based organizing and the right to collective bargaining.

Committee Support and Development: MO JwJ operates through leadership-driven committees such as  local Leadership Teams, Organizing Committees, Mobilization Committees, and other campaign and project specific committees. The Organizer will support these committees by providing logistical coordination, co-creating agenda and materials with leaders,, assisting committee communication, accountability and more.

Fundraising, Communications and Data Management:  The Organizer will help implement an annual fundraising plan, including organizational contributions, individual contributions, merchandise sales, grants, grassroots activities, as well as develop new sources of funding for the organization. The Organizer will also be responsible for maintaining internal data and driving online communications  in support of local campaigns.

Leadership Development:  The Organizer will encourage, foster, and develop the abilities of MO JwJ members, particularly rank and file members, to take on leadership to develop and build the organization. This will include participation in three-day Building JwJ Leadership Development trainings throughout the year.

Administration:  The Organizer will be responsible for the administrative functions of the work, specifically database management, grant administration, correspondence and record-keeping.

Must Have Qualifications

  • Solid commitment to the principles of social and economic justice
  • Commitment to dismantling white supremacy and patriarchy
  • Minimum of two years grassroots organizing experience
  • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written
  • Ability to be a self-starter, and to work independently toward agreed upon goals
  • A strong ability to motivate people, coordinate volunteer activity and delegate responsibility
  • Ability to develop and maintain relationships with a wide range of organizations and people
  • An understanding of the labor movement, religious organizations, and other social movements
  • Demonstrated ability to raise funds
  • Willingness to work long hours, including nights and weekends; while also being able to prioritize work and seek input and feedback from the team about how to maintain a healthy work life balance
  • Proficient computer skills, including database management and google docs
  • Vehicle and insurance available for work (mileage outside of office commute is reimbursed)

Ideal applicants would also have knowledge of and/or experience with Jobs with Justice in Missouri, ballot initiatives, and voter engagement.

Please send a resume, cover letter and at least three references to Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis with the hope of filling the position by the end of March 2023. Send materials to, with “Kansas City Organizer ” in the subject line.  Please send documents as PDF or MS Word email attachments.

**Any candidate who makes it past the 1st interview will be asked to put together some proposals and do on the ground organizing work with MO JWJ. They will be compensated for their time at the hourly rate of a base salary. We believe the process of applying, interviewing and organizing work will take between 4-6 weeks.

For more information on Missouri Jobs with Justice please visit or call the office at 877-644-0466

Worker Justice Field Organizer, Philadelphia Jobs With Justice

Philadelphia Jobs With Justice is a grassroots coalition organization with a 20+ year history of fighting for justice for working people in Philadelphia, both on the job and in our communities. We believe in long-term multi-issue coalition building, grassroots base building, organizing, and strategic action as the foundation for building a workers’ movement. We believe that by engaging a broad community of allies, we can win bigger victories.

In 2022, Philly Jobs With Justice launched a campaign to build power and fight for safe and healthy workplaces for warehouse and delivery workers in Philadelphia. The Workplace Justice organizer will play a critical role in this campaign by recruiting and developing worker leaders in the warehouse and logistics sector to take action to win new workplace health and safety legislation. This is a base building position, and applicants should be prepared to spend a majority of their time recruiting, maintaining, and developing worker leaders.

Philadelphia Jobs With Justice is currently operating under a hybrid office policy. Candidates must be located in the greater Philadelphia area with the ability to travel throughout the city, including to our office in Callowhill. Salary range for this position is $59,400 – $63,800 with generous paid time off and medical and dental benefits.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Working with the Director to develop and execute a plan to recruit low-wage warehouse and logistics workers using a variety of tactics and strategies;
  • Tracking worker leads and member engagement;
  • Developing the skills of emerging worker leaders;
  • Working with members to identify key workplace health and safety issues;
  • Prepping member leaders to speak with press, elected officials, and partner organizations;
  • Leading members to take direct action to win health & safety protections.


  • Minimum 2 years experience as a base building organizer, worker organizing experience preferred;
  • Familiarity with developing, launching, and executing new campaigns;
  • Experience with social media platforms, primarily Facebook and Instagram;
  • Access to a computer and competency with video communication platforms;
  • Demonstrated experience in member leadership development;
  • Understanding of issues facing low wage workers;
  • Strong facilitation skills;
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds and cultures;
  • Ability to balance multiple projects at once and set priorities based on long-term strategy and short-term goals;
  • Willingness to experiment with a variety of recruitment strategies;
  • Ability to frame issues and fights as well as articulate organizational values, strategy, and priorities to diverse audiences;
  • Flexible schedule and ability to work some nights and weekends as necessary;
  • Ability to drive and access to a car preferred.

Community Organizer, Food AND Medicine (Maine)

Job Description:

Founded in 2002, Food AND Medicine is a progressive grassroots community organization working for food justice, worker rights, affordable public transportation, civic engagement and political education, especially around issues affecting worker rights and the root causes of poverty. Our work and name is based on the belief that no one should have to choose between food, medicine and other basic necessities. We work closely with local labor unions, including the Eastern Maine Labor Council, as well as partner organizations, agencies and faith-based entities.

We are seeking an experienced and versatile full-time Community Organizer to work on our programs, build relationships with and develop leaders among our members, volunteers and allies. The ideal candidate will be based in, or willing to relocate to, Brewer, Maine. The Community Organizer is an integral part of our small staff team, and reports to the Executive Director.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Develop and implement meetings, one-on-one outreach, surveys, events and the like to involve FAM’s constituency of workers, unions, farmers and low-income people as volunteers and leaders in programs and as active FAM members generally.
  • Organize and empower members to attend events, share their story, reach out to allies, speak to the media, attend committee meetings, volunteer, and otherwise become more involved in the organization.
  • Identify and empower leaders among members and volunteers.
  • Facilitate members’ consciousness of and foster analysis of obstacles to low-income communities’ access to basic necessities in relation to broader social issues and systemic inequality.
  • Contribute to fundraising activities including grant research and writing, phone banking, database updating, membership fundraising and the like.
  • Contribute to organization-wide annual events such as Legislative Breakfast, Labor Day and Solidarity Harvest.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Minimum two years grassroots organizing experience preferred.
  • Excellent project management skills, including planning, delegating, and overseeing tasks and keeping to deadlines.
  • Highly self-motivated, self-sufficient, and self-directed, yet comfortable taking direction and working as part of a team. The ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks and to complete assigned projects under deadlines is critical.
  • Excellent attention to detail and follow-through. Ability and commitment to do long-haul, sometimes gritty, organizing.
  • A commitment to FAM’s mission, values and approach, which focuses on grassroots organizing, leadership development, and social and economic justice in Maine. The capacity to work with diverse communities and to develop and maintain collaborative relationships.
  • Ability to follow directions, and anticipate or suggest appropriate and creative next steps.
  • Ability to adapt to changing situations mid-stream, and to comfortably interact with all types of people.
  • Proficiency with current social media platforms, online fundraising/marketing tools and strategies for nonprofit organizations.
  • Three years’ relevant experience in staff supervision and/or volunteer management preferred. Demonstrated leadership and organizing skills at work, on campus, or in the community, with experience as a union or community organizer preferred.
  • Strong writing skills, and the ability to represent FAMs goals, objectives and outcomes for programs and projects, both verbally and in writing.
  • Preferred experience in non-profit fundraising and development including grant-writing, solicitation and event planning.
  • Strong computer, problem-solving and analytical skills. Comfortable working with a variety of office software, internet and email environments, including Microsoft Office Suite, Google Drive and others.
  • Physical requirements include ability to spend hours listening and talking; working via computer and telephone; driving frequently to meetings and events; light lifting of equipment and materials; occasional night and weekend work, long days and overnight travel.
  • A collaborative working spirit and desire to explore ideas, test assumptions, and find solutions as a team.

Application Process:

Timeline: Search will continue until a suitable candidate is found.  Applications will start to be reviewed immediately and the position will be hired as soon as an appropriate candidate is selected.

How To Apply: Interested applicants should send all of the following: (1) cover letter, (2) resume, (3) at least three references, and (4) a writing sample to Inquiries can be directed to or (207) 949-0708. FAM is an equal opportunity employer. Women, members of the LGBTQ+ community, low-income, people of color and working class people are particularly encouraged to apply.

Compensation/Benefits:  Salary range is competitive for the region and depending on experience, with a range of $37-45K/year. Benefits include health insurance, dental and vision benefits all paid at 100%, a retirement plan, and generous paid time off covered under a union collective bargaining agreement.