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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.


Organizer, Jobs With Justice

Jobs With Justice is a national network of local coalitions comprised of labor unions, worker centers, community, faith-based, and student organizations.  We work locally and nationally to reduce inequality by expanding opportunities for workers to organize and to bargain collectively. The national staff provides strategic support to nearly 40 autonomous local coalitions, builds networks on common issues, shapes public discourse and leads strategic campaigns to build power for working people. Jobs With Justice is committed to winning real change for workers by leading campaigns that combine innovative communications strategies, solid research and policy advocacy, grassroots action, and coalition building.

Position overview: 

The Organizer leads, 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. This position can be based anywhere in the United States. An Organizer based outside the D.C. area may need to travel more to attend in-person staff gatherings at our D.C. office.

Primary Responsibilities: 

  • Leads in innovating, analyzing and testing emerging strategies 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;
  • Develops the skills & leadership of local organizers in the JWJ network;
  • Is a supportive and flexible member of the JWJ national team;
  • Supports the JWJ Training Team in conducting nationwide trainings for JWJ coalitions and partners;
  • Supports the cultivation of resources/funding for campaign and program work.

Detailed areas of work currently include:

  • Active engagement in visioning, planning, and evaluating practices, both within the JWJ Organizing Department, and with coalitions and partners.
  • Coordination of a table of key stakeholders to carry out campaign plans.
  • Coordination of the network into strategic solidarity opportunities.
  • Providing targeted technical assistance to local coalitions and partners moving organizing and bargaining strategies.
  • Documenting relevant communications, activities, and outcomes.
  • Supporting training and development of local organizers.
  • 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.

Signs we are on track: A successful organizer

  • Contributes to the collective knowledge and disciplined practice of proven and emerging 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.

Qualifications:

  • Three plus years of organizing experience, with a particular emphasis on worker-related campaigns and projects.
  • Experience with creative direct action.
  • Ability to coach local leaders on sustaining long-term relationships through campaign work and strategy development.
  • Demonstrated commitment to racial justice.
  • Ability to work collectively, handle and resolve conflict, and facilitate groups
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Self-motivated and strong work-planning, including good personal time management skills.
  • Understanding of and commitment to a broader working-class perspective.
  • Ability to travel as needed, average of 5 days per month with more travel required during peak campaign activity.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Experience with Jobs With Justice, JWJ local coalition affiliates, or JWJ partners.
  • Labor movement/worker organizing experience
  • Multi-lingual fluency.
  • Experience using issue campaigns (policy fights, wage theft, etc.) to drive mobilizations
  • Ability to develop and lead trainings

Salary:  High $50s to low $70s depending on experience.

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

To apply send cover letter, resume and references to info@jwj.org

This is a union-represented position represented by the Washington-Baltimore News Guild, CWA

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.


Senior Manager of Foundation Relations, Jobs With Justice

Position overview:

Jobs With Justice Education Fund (JWJEF) is hiring a Senior Manager of Foundation Relations to advance our dynamic fundraising and development team and make a difference in the lives of working people. The Senior Manager of Foundation Relations is part of the JWJEF team that creatively leads efforts to organize progressive institutional philanthropy to strategically develop relationships with and strengthen partnerships between philanthropy and JWJEF to advance our organization, our network, and workers rights overall. The primary purpose of this position is to take ownership in developing and executing strategies for and managing key relationships with funders in order to cultivate their interest in underwriting the work of the organization. In this role, the Senior Manager must be able to innovatively design and lead funder engagement strategy, identify and lead prospective funder engagement, track relationships with philanthropic institutions, oversee the process of developing introductory engagements, concept notes, letters of inquiry, proposals, and budgets, as well as narrative and financial reporting, and advance JWJEF’s all-in funder collaboration with JWJEF’s management team and program staff. This position will be supervised by the Development Director.

Primary responsibilities:

  • Secure financial support from and develop meaningful partnerships with philanthropic institutions, foundations, and other similar institutional philanthropic sources.
  • Lead JWJEF’s relationship management with philanthropic institutions.
  • Develop and track grant proposal and report deadlines for all funders.
  • Coordinate the proposal writing and proposal submission process; ensures all proposals meet JWJEF standards and policies.
  • Actively research new strategies and methods for philanthropic organizing and fundraising, in order to creatively drive JWJEF’s philanthropic organizing strategies.
  • In coordination with the Development team, maintain strong communication with funders via updates and other materials to demonstrate financial need and show the fiscal responsibility of the organization.
  • Lead the rest of JWJEF staff to collaborate on funder relations, contributing to a culture of philanthropy, by actively working closely with Organizing, Research, Policy, Communications, Finance, Executive, and the Development teams.
  • Manages a portfolio of the organization’s funders and leads cultivation and stewardship efforts with funders.
  • Regularly meet with and cultivate direct relationships with philanthropic representatives, including program officers/directors and grants managers.
  • Leads regular engagement with JWJEF programs to stay up to date on campaigns, projects, and events, as well as opportunities to engage funders and prospects.
  • Lead research and engagement strategies with prospective funders, supporting the Development Team’s overall cultivation goals.
  • Regularly audit old and develop new internal funder relations data systems.

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.
  • Conducts prospect research and writing efforts; suggests fundraising strategy for all new prospects.
  • Oversees the maintenance of grant records, 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.
  • Ensures that all funder-related information in Salesforce is kept up to date with necessary documentation, report deadlines, payment schedules, and other data.
  • Proactively identifies and researches prospective funders in order to develop new philanthropic relationships for the organization and our network; develops engagement strategies, drafts prospect profiles, and engages relevant programs to pursue follow-up.
  • Ensures that supporting philanthropic institutions 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 organizations) to proactively identify new engagement opportunities.
  • Provides regular updates to the Development Director and executive leadership on the organization’s funder engagement, including new solicitation opportunities, new proposals and grants, and upcoming deadlines General/Events.
  • Leading in the recognition and prioritization of organizational funding strategies and needs, keeping up-to-date on institutional, network, and departmental priorities and programs.
  • Advises and strategizes with JWJ local coalitions around their foundation fundraising strategy, and opportunities to jointly raise funds with JWJEF.
  • Collaborates with the Development Director to develop strategies for cultivation and stewardship events, as well as other events for funders.
  • As appropriate, represent our organization in philanthropic sector events, speaking engagements, op-eds, etc..
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in grant-writing and nonprofit fundraising; Master’s degree a plus.
  • A minimum of 8 years’ experience in nonprofit fundraising, foundation relations, and/or relationship management, preferably in a social economic justice related nonprofit, or similar work in the public or private sectors.
  • Strong intersectional social justice lens with an ability to thoughtfully link and speak on interlocking issue areas.
  • 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
  • Strong Salesforce or similar CRM database experience is preferable
  • Excellent writing and editing skills; very high attention to detail and organizational skills
  • Exceptional research skills, and knowledge of and experience in using research resources for foundation prospects and funding opportunities
  • Strong communication and confidence 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
  • Event planning experience a plus.
  • Successfully sell ideas within the organization and work cooperatively with people from other organizations and
  • Strong interpersonal, presentation, and communication skills, with the dynamic personality of a fundraiser.
  • 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 experience.

Position may be based anywhere, with expected travel to Washington, D.C. and other funder-related geographic locations once COVID-19 travel restrictions are lifted.

Salary:  Upper $60’s to Upper $70’s depending on experience.

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

Submit resume, relevant writing samples, references, and cover letter/letter of interest to info@jwj.org

This is a union-represented position represented by the Washington-Baltimore News Guild, CWA

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.


Digital Communications Strategist, Jobs With Justice

Position overview: 

Jobs With Justice is hiring a Digital Communications Strategist to join our team and make a difference in the lives of working people. This person is responsible for providing for and maintaining Jobs With Justice’s digital footprint, utilizing CRMs, social media, and the JWJ website to communicate the organization’s theory of change and engage and grow JWJ’s digital presence. The strategist works closely with other members of the communications team and staff to create compelling content that educates, inspires, engages and informs a broad range of audiences about our programs and campaigns. This position is supervised by the Communications Director.

Primary responsibilities:

  • Develops and executes short- and long-term digital communications strategies to advance our campaigns and issues.
  • Develops and maintains an annual digital content calendar to help track and facilitate online actions.
  • Drafts and launches digital campaign content, including petitions, letter-to-the-editor campaigns, and other digital actions.
  • Maintains, tracks, and facilitates the growth of Jobs With Justice online activist list.
  • Assists with the maintenance and updating of the Jobs With Justice website.
  • Assists with the management of Jobs With Justice’s social media content for various digital platforms including Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok.
  • Assists with the drafting of content for our campaigns, research publications, website, staff speaking engagements, events and other projects.
  • Works collaboratively with staff, allies and local coalitions to generate or partner on compelling digital content.
  • Enhances and executes departmental priorities and supports interdepartmental and organizational strategies.

Detailed areas of work currently include:

  • Drafts, launches, and maintains Jobs With Justice created digital actions regularly or collaborates with movement partners to share externally generated digital actions.
  • Develops and executes digital content strategy and growth plans to foster and grow Jobs With Justice’s online activist base.
  • Provides digital communications strategy and tactics, writing, messaging, coordination and other support for our campaigns and projects as needed.
  • Drafts and contributes content for our campaigns, website, and other communications channels.
  • Coordinates with the staff of ally, network and stakeholder organizations to support communications strategies and campaigns.
  • Assists with the management of Jobs With Justice’s daily social media content and develops long term social media campaigns to increase engagement and amplify the organization’s campaigns. Collaborates with the Media Strategist and Creative Content Producer on social media content.
  • Contributes to coordinating and planning work through use of editorial calendars, project timelines and other deadlines.
  • Regularly assesses digital metrics, shares key information and tracks updates with teams.
  • Posts or preps content for websites or other communications channels.

Signs we are on track: A successful digital communications strategist

  • Achieves growth in JWJ online activist engagement.
  • Initiates, implements and bottom lines digital communications campaign strategy plans and ideas that are relevant and achievable.
  • Initiates or supports and implements content ideas that connect with current organizational priorities and external news opportunities.
  • Consistently meets deadlines for writing, editing, and contributing clear and effective content for Jobs With Justice projects, campaigns and spokespeople.
  • Follows through on agreed upon work plans and agreements and meets and sets deadlines appropriate to assigned work.
  • Works well both independently and collaboratively.
  • Adapts their work to a dynamically changing environment.
  • Contributes to inter-disciplinary teams in a complex environment.

Qualifications:

  • 5 years minimum of relevant job/externship/fellowship experiences.
  • Digital communications experience in local, state or federal legislative, regulatory, ballot or workplace organizing campaigns.
  • Knowledge of digital engagement tools like Action Network.
  • Experience creating or executing long- and short-term communications plans,
  • Excellent writer who has ability to write under short deadlines on a range of topics and adjusting to a range of styles and voices.
  • Strong editing skills and comfort giving and receiving edits.
  • Good research and fact checking abilities.
  • Strong work planning skills.
  • Comfortable juggling multiple projects at a time and working in a fluid, fast-paced environment.
  • Expertise with social media platforms and effective uses of Twitter and Facebook for campaigns and organizations.
  • Self-starter with ability to work independently and take initiative.
  • Ability and desire to collaborate and establish rapport with staff, colleagues and individuals from a wide variety of backgrounds.
  • Comfort in a team environment, and experience working in both a lead and support role.
  • Proficiency in Internet-based research, word processing, database and e-mail programs.
  • Training experience a plus.
  • Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, and WordPress experience desired, but not required.
  • Interest or experience in and knowledge of workplace and economic issues, labor, social justice, organizing, and/or progressive policy and advocacy issues.
  • Flexibility to travel occasionally if needed in performance of duties.

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

How to apply:
Submit resume, relevant writing and work samples, references, and cover letter/letter of interest to info@jwj.org.

Salary: Low 60’s to low 70’s, 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.

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.

About Jobs With Justice:

Jobs With Justice is a national network expanding people’s ability to come together to improve their workplaces, their communities and their lives. We create solutions to the problems working people face by leading campaigns, changing the conversation and moving labor, community, student and faith voices to action. We win real change at the national and local levels by challenging corporate greed and demanding an economy that works for all. Learn more at www.jwj.org

Important notice for applicants:

Due to the large volume of applications received, we are unable to personally acknowledge the receipt and status of each one. 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, or applications delivered by fax, mail, or in person will not be considered. No phone calls or direct solicitations please.


Media Strategist, Jobs With Justice

Position overview: 

Jobs With Justice is hiring a media strategist to join our team and make a difference in the lives of working people. This person is responsible for monitoring news, developing and executing earned media campaigns. As well as managing Jobs With Justice’s outward communications, the Media Strategist manages and develops and assists with the management of the organization’s social media and manages the organization’s digital advertising. The Media Strategist works closely with other members of the communications team and staff to create compelling content that educates, inspires, engages and informs a broad range of audiences about our programs and campaigns. This position is supervised by the Communications Director.

Primary responsibilities:

  • Monitors the news and tracks editorial coverage of core labor issues within the media while looking for opportunities to include Jobs With Justice’s work within the headlines.
  • Builds and maintains the media relations database, identifies relevant reporters for campaigns, creates press lists, pitches stories and op-eds to media outlets, and coordinates media requests.
  • Develops news releases, news materials, online content and organizational updates for external audiences
  • Creates and executes short- and long-term media engagement campaigns to advance our issues and our experts.
  • Creates and executes earned media strategies to amplify Jobs With Justice’s work in the press.
  • Assists with the management of Jobs With Justice’s social media content for various digital platforms including Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok.
  • In collaboration with the Communications Team, helps create external communications content for our campaigns, research publications, website, staff speaking engagements, and events.
  • Manages external media outreach.
  • Enhances and executes departmental priorities and supports interdepartmental and organizational strategies.

Detailed areas of work currently include:

  • Produces and distributes regular roundup of major news and editorial coverage of key labor, economic and workplace issues.
  • Manages responses to media inquiries while building relationships and advancing our issues.
  • Preps the Executive Director, as well as other staff, for news interviews.
  • Drafts and pitches op-eds for the Executive Director and staffers.
  • Proactively seeks media opportunities for staff and our issues through active pitching to reporters and multi-media producers.
  • Manages rapid response efforts, drafts and releases statements in response to major news events.
  • Prepares staff for media interviews and develops talking points.
  • Writes and disseminates statements, press releases, fact sheets, and advisories.
  • Conducts background communications research to support narrative change focus of the organization.
  • Assists with the management of Jobs With Justice’s daily social media content and develops long term social media campaigns to increase engagement and amplify the organization’s campaigns. Collaborates with the Digital Communications Strategist and Creative Content Producer on social media content.

Qualifications:

  • 5 years minimum of relevant job/ fellowship experiences.
  • Communications and/or media relations experience in local, state or federal legislative, regulatory, or workplace organizing campaigns.
  • Experience using media tracking software such as Meltwater, Cision, or Critical Mention.
  • Experience creating or executing long and short-term media outreach plans.
  • Experience tracking media impact metrics.
  • Excellent communicator who has ability to research and produce content under short deadlines on a range of topics and adjusting to a range of styles and voices. Experience using research to inform strategy.
  • Comfortable juggling multiple projects at a time and working in a fluid, fast-paced environment.
  • Experience with social media platforms and effective uses of social media platforms for campaigns and organizations.
  • Self-starter with ability to work independently and take initiative.
  • Ability and desire to collaborate and establish rapport with staff, colleagues and individuals from a wide variety of backgrounds.
  • Comfort in a team environment, and experience working in both a lead and support role.
  • Interest or experience in and knowledge of workplace and economic issues, labor, social justice, organizing, and/or progressive policy and advocacy issues.
  • Flexibility to travel occasionally if needed in performance of duties.

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

How to apply:
Submit resume, relevant writing/digital samples, references, and cover letter/letter of interest to info@jwj.org.

Salary: Low 60s to low 70’s, 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.

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.

About Jobs With Justice:

Jobs With Justice is a national network expanding people’s ability to come together to improve their workplaces, their communities and their lives. We create solutions to the problems working people face by leading campaigns, changing the conversation and moving labor, community, student and faith voices to action. We win real change at the national and local levels by challenging corporate greed and demanding an economy that works for all. Learn more at www.JWJ.org.

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, Jobs With Justice San Francisco 

Jobs with Justice San Francisco (JWJSF) is a long-term, multi-racial coalition of labor unions and community groups supporting workers’ rights and fighting for economic, racial and climate justice. In San Francisco, we won the country’s first $15 minimum wage, tuition-free higher education program and fair scheduling law for retail workers. JWJSF has been working on climate and equitable transition issues since 2018.  With a history of precedent-setting innovation, JWJSF’s victories make real differences in the lives of working people, and spark movements nationwide.

Job Purpose

JWJSF seeks a passionate Executive Director to lead a multi-racial and member-driven coalition of community organizations and labor unions that supports workers’ rights and fights for economic, racial and climate justice. The ideal candidate will have a drive to push for systemic change, with a combination of strategic vision and hands-on experience leading a coalition and organization, working with/within unions and community organizations, managing a board and staff, fundraising, developing relationships and organizing for racial and economic justice.

Job Duties and Responsibilities

Coalition Leadership (20%) 

  • Managing relationships with coalition members (i.e. the Steering Committee and E-board)
  • Manage relationships with external partners/allies
  • Building shared agenda and purpose across the coalition and navigating conflict between partners
  • Collaborate with senior staff to plan the agenda and facilitate the yearly Steering Committee retreat, including member turnout
  • Ensure yearly campaign evaluations in collaboration with staff and external partners
  • Ensure the preparation and presentation of annual campaign proposals

Executive Board (E-Board) and Governance (15%)

  • Lead monthly E-board meetings by drafting agendas, ensuring turnout of E-board members, delegating roles and ensuring language-appropriate access to all relevant materials and information before, during and after E-board meetings
  • Engaging the E-board on financial oversight
  • Manage relationships with E-board members through regular check ins and 1:1s
  • Collaborate with E-board officers on E-board development
  • Ensure effective engagement of the Steering Committee through quarterly meetings
  • Ensure compliance – bylaws, legal, regulatory
  • Manage E-board endorsement and input on legislation, ballot measures and other policy
  • Engage E-board in campaign planning and strategy

Organizational and Staff Management (20%)

  • Supervises 3-5 mostly senior staff
  • Collaborates with leadership team on organizational development and administration and to ensure the overall effective functions of the organization including:
    • internal policy and processes
    • staffing and human resources
    • capacity building for staff
    • team/staff relationships and cohesion
    • performance planning (organization, team and individual)
  • Ensures the financial sustainability of the organization through fiscal management, in coordination with E-board Treasurer and staff leadership team:
    • developing and monitoring budgets
    • facilitating decisions on resource allocations
    • ensuring proper financial planning
    • ensuring proper internal controls are implemented

Fund Development (25%)

  • Foundation fundraising through prospecting new opportunities and grant writing
  • Manage relationships with funders
  • Serve as advisor and thought partner with funders
  • Represent JWJSF’s programs at funder events, convenings
  • Short and long-term funder education on workers rights, racial justice and climate justice
  • Ensuring membership dues are paid
  • Support grassroots fundraising, including JWJSF’s annual fundraiser
  • Co-leading with staff leadership team on fund development strategy

Strategy Development  (10%)

  • With staff leadership team, coordinate both long term and short term strategy including
    • Long term strategic planning
    • Shorter term strategic formation and  decision-making
  • Ensure engagement of coalition in organizational strategy and tactics
  • Lead the staff in strategic campaign development and broader coalition strategy

External Communications (5%)

  • Representing JWJSF in the media and in movement spaces

Campaign Work (5%) 

  • Support  campaign work in collaboration with campaign staff as needed

What we are looking for in a candidate

  • Demonstrated strong commitment to working class communities and economic and racial justice.
  • Exceptional leadership skills, combining strategic vision with a roll-up-your-sleeves, highly collaborative approach to getting the work done.
  • Strong experience leading multi-racial coalitions and cultivating the leadership of BIPOC, gender oppressed and queer communities.
  • Deep and nuanced understanding of power, with an ability to understand complex political dynamics.
  • Experience with governance of an organization/coalition, including E-board management and organizational development processes.
  • Experience working with and/or within labor unions and familiarity with the landscape of the labor movement.
  • Experience working with and/or within community based organizations.
  • Deep lived experience of working class and BIPOC communities.
  • Demonstrated successful fundraising experience, including foundation and grassroots fundraising.
  • Strong facilitation skills.
  • Strong conflict resolution skills, comfortable having hard conversations with allies and others.
  • Ability to relate to and bridge diverse individuals and communities to strengthen. relationships and connections toward common goals.
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills and ability to interact effectively with coworkers, allies, funders, decision-makers and opposition.
  • Familiarity with the San Francisco and Bay Areas political landscape.  Familiarity with statewide policy changes a bonus.
  • Sense of humor & flexibility always appreciated.

Working conditions

Occasional travel and sometimes long and irregular hours. While some periods are busier than others, JWJSF’s culture strongly supports and encourages work/life balance.

Salary range: $90-$110k salary range DOE. Excellent benefits package with three weeks starting vacation, family healthcare and 401k. This is a union represented position with Teamsters Local 856.

JWJSF’s office is located in San Francisco and the candidate must be (or willing to be) based in the San Francisco Bay Area. We are currently working remotely but will transition to in-person when safe and possible. We currently have staff meetings outdoors and masked when conditions permit and individual staff may choose to have in person meetings with coalition members or allies or not. When we work in-person, there is still  flexibility to balance time working in the office and time working at home.

Apply at https://bit.ly/jwjedapply. Open until filled, but we will begin our screening in April of 2022.

People of color, gender-oppressed and queer people strongly encouraged to apply.


Deputy Director, Missouri Jobs With Justice

Salary range: $60,000-70,000

Benefits: Full health coverage for individual and family, paid vacation and sick days, 4% retirement match, employer funded FSA, phone reimbursement.

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 attacks the root causes of poverty while 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 women, people of color, the LGBTQIA community, immigrants, and people of all ages.

The Position: Deputy Director

The Deputy Director, under the supervision of the Executive Director, will work closely with the Organizing Staff to support the local development and implementation of MO JwJ campaigns and programs. This position must be based in Missouri and will include significant travel around the state as part of campaign mobilizations and meetings with the broader MO JwJ leadership and staff.

Responsibilities: 

Supervision:  The MO JwJ coalition is committed to growing and developing organizers and leaders.  The Deputy Director will support and coach organizing staff to execute work plans related to campaigns, projects, voter engagement and leadership development.

Campaigns:  The heart of MO JwJ is taking action through grassroots campaigns for social and economic justice.  The Deputy Director will manage and co-create campaign development, mobilization, and evaluation with organizers, member organizations, leadership teams and activists.  This will include legislative campaigns, voter engagement work, and support for workplace-based organizing and collective bargaining fights.

Committee Support and Development:  MO JwJ operates through leadership-driven committees like the Leadership Team, Organizing Committee, Mobilization Committee and other campaign or project specific committees.  The Deputy Director will support organizers in their management of these committees by providing guidance and feedback around agendas, materials, project accountability, and more.

Fundraising, Communications and Data Management:  The Deputy Director will help organizers implement their annual fundraising plan, including organizational contributions, individual contributions, grants, and grassroots activities and events as well as develop new sources of funding for the organization. All MO JWJ Staff have a fundraising goal and bring grassroots funds into the organization.

Leadership Development:  The Deputy Director will encourage, foster and develop the abilities of MO JwJ staff. They will also support organizers to identify and develop rank and file members, to play leading roles in developing and building the organization.  This will include participation in three-day Building JwJ Leadership Development trainings throughout the year.

Administration:  The Deputy Director will be responsible for the administrative functions of the work, specifically internal campaign and project tracking and organizing work plans

Must Have Qualifications

  • Solid commitment to the principles of social, racial, and economic justice
  • Commitment to dismantling white supremacy and patriarchy
  • Minimum of five years grassroots organizing experience and some management experience strongly preferred
  • 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 and listen to people, coordinate across differences 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 in computer skills, including database management, word processing and desktop publishing
  • Own vehicle available for work (mileage outside of office commute is reimbursed)

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

Please send a resume, cover letter and at least three references by January 31, 2022. First round interviews will begin in February 2022.

To Apply:

Send materials to jobs@mojwj.org, with “Deputy Director” 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 www.mojwj.org or call the office at 877-644-0466.


Organizing Director, DC Jobs With Justice

DC Jobs With Justice (DC JWJ) is a coalition of labor unions, community organizations, faith institutions, and student organizations dedicated to protecting and advancing the rights of working people in the DC metropolitan area. DC JWJ has helped win a precedent-setting minimum wage increase in DC, as well as led various campaigns to hold large corporations accountable to DC communities. In the past we have worked on a range of issues, from labor law to health care; from union organizing campaigns to immigrant rights. Please see www.dcjwj.org for more information.

DC JWJ is seeking an Organizing Director to oversee staff as well as manage a limited portfolio of campaign responsibilities. The ideal candidate has experience managing organizers and will excel at supporting their leadership as well as developing and implementing strategic campaigns. This person will be a team player, excited about the role of unions and coalitions in social change, and committed to justice in Washington, DC.

This position will report directly to the Executive Director of DC Jobs With Justice.

Job Responsibilities

Staff management: (50% of time) Provide direct supervision to DC JWJ’s 3 organizing staff to support leadership development, campaign development, work planning and activities.

Campaigns: Coordinate and facilitate coalition campaigns to promote economic, racial, and social justice in Washington, DC by working with members and allies to develop campaign strategy and plans.

Grants management: Monitor grant spending and track staff activities relative to grant deliverables.

Required Qualifications:

  • Two or more years managing staff
  • Outstanding leadership skills and the ability to connect with and build effective teams of diverse partners across the community.
  • A strong commitment to and understanding of social justice and/or the labor movement.
  • Experience in developing campaign strategy, managing campaigns, and/or coalition building.
  • The ability to identify goals, determine metrics, and set an organizational vision.
  • A willingness to work some irregular hours, including evenings and weekends.
  • Enthusiasm for building relationships across DC’s communities.
  • Motivated self-starter able to learn and solve problems.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office suite, database management systems, and WordPress

Strongly Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bilingual in Spanish.
  • Three or more years experience managing organizers
  • Familiarity with DC Government, agencies, and legislative process.

Additional Information

Term of employment: This position is full-time and based in Washington, D.C. currently working remotely but with plans to return to the office in near future

Compensation: The salary range for this position is $70,000 – 80,000. Benefits include 100% medical and dental coverage, generous paid leave, and an employer contribution to retirement fund.

Applications will be considered on a rolling basis. Please send a cover letter, resume, and three professional references with emails and phone numbers to jobs@dcjwj.org.

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. DC JWJ encourages you to break that statistic and to apply. No one ever meets 100% of the qualifications.

DC Jobs With Justice is an equal opportunity employer. We strongly encourage people of color, native Washingtonians, graduates of DC public schools, women, LGBTQ, and differently-abled people to apply.


Workplace 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 is launching a campaign to build worker power and fight for safe and healthy workplaces in Philadelphia. The Workplace Justice organizer will play a critical role in this campaign by recruiting 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.

This position will be primarily remote for the foreseeable future, with some in-person activity when it is safe to do so. Candidates must be located in the greater Philadelphia area with the ability to travel throughout the city. Salary range for this position is $48,000-$52,000 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.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum 3 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.

How to apply

Please submit your resume and cover letter to devan@phillyjwj.org with the subject “field organizer application.” Applications will only be accepted electronically. Please include a daytime phone number and email where we can contact you. Interviews will take place on a rolling basis. Applications are due February 15th 2022.

Candidates must be fully vaccinated before beginning the position. Requests for accommodations may be submitted. People of Color, People with Disabilities and members of the LGBTQ community strongly urged to apply.


Programs Manager, Central Florida Jobs With Justice

The Programs Manager works to advance the programmatic and strategic growth of CF-JwJ. This is a mid-level position that will define and supervise different projects within two programs: Climate Justice and Just Recovery. The Program Manager will oversee and ensure that program outcomes are met and manage key staffing, funding, and capacities associated with these two programs.

The CF-JwJ Climate Justice program consists of work in the cultivation of directly impacted climate leaders through research and training, advancing policy through grasstops advocacy, and leading movement-building efforts across the region.

The CF-JwJ Just Recovery programmatic work consists of collaborating with various community partners and labor union stakeholders on pandemic-related advocacy at a local, regional, federal level.

About Central Florida Jobs with Justice

Central Florida Jobs With Justice is a coalition of labor unions, community, faith-based, worker centers, and student organizations. We fight inequality by driving strategies that expand the theater in which workers are able to bargain for improved standards. The organization provides strategic support to nearly 30 member groups through training, worker advocacy, issue-based campaign planning, and mobilizing activists to increase the impact of local organizing. By bringing together labor, community, student, and faith voices at a statewide and local level, we are creating innovative solutions to the problems workers face today. We win real change for workers by combining innovative organizing strategies, leadership development, and policy advocacy with grassroots action and mobilization.

Primary Role and Job Responsibilities

JwJ Campaign and Program Execution

  • Participate in relevant networks, activities, and meetings to advance program
  • Develop and maintain strategic partnerships with key allies and decision-
  • Act as the lead staff working with the Central Florida Climate Action group and responsible for working with the Steering Committee to create and implement overall strategy for the year.
  • Working closely with the senior leadership to execute organizing goals and ID and recruits targeted members to provide ongoing support for external advocacy to reach its strategic campaign goals and vision.
  • Share responsibilities on engaging grassroots leaders in CF-JwJ collective campaign work, including strategic goal setting, preparing leaders for visits to advocate with elected officials, gathering signatures, and turning out their members to action, press conferences, voter work,
  • Assist with managing additional consultants to advance issues relevant to the

Coalition and Partner Engagement

  • Participate or lead work with partner organizations and coalitions toward shared
  • Communicate with the rest of the organization teams to provide capacity to JWJ’s role in meeting deliverables with partner organizations.
  • Together with senior leadership, help manage and convene campaign strategy spaces involving ally organizations to generate more shared alignment

Program Supervision Responsibilities

  • Trains, supervises, motivates, and develops staff; manages schedules and workflow.
  • Assigns duties and monitors the quality of work; assures staff is working within organizational policies and program work plan.
  • Provides day-to-day guidance and oversight of the team; actively works to promote and recognize performance.
  • Keeps up to date on the overall activities of the team, identifying problem areas, and taking corrective actions.
  • Works with Leadership and Managers to inform, shape, and support a sustainable organizational culture among staff and teams.
  • Work with Leadership and Managers to facilitate training/workshops with and for staff.

Fundraising and Grant Administration:

  • Researches and identifies new funding opportunities from private foundations, corporations, and state and federal agencies.
  • Assist with tracking, submission, and communication of results of proposal
  • Assist Co-Directors to provide timely reporting on program activities for funding
  • Develops relationships with other potential funding opportunities to facilitate the design and execution of collaborative grant initiatives.
  • Reports and maintains program budget and
  • Work with CF-JwJ Financial and Administrative Team to develop and implement effective financial practices that sustain the programs.

Additional Organizational Responsibilities:

  • Actively participate in organizational strategy, planning, tracking and reporting, and staff meetings.
  • Work with CF-JwJ staff to provide timely reporting on program activities and leverage strategic relationships for the organization when needed.
  • Actively participates in CF-JWJ-wide events and efforts such as fundraising events, JWJ annual training.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned by Co-Directors

Job Qualifications

Required Qualifications

  • At least 2 years of grassroots organizing and/or Labor and worker organizing experience.
  • Minimum of 2 years experience working in the nonprofit sector (Social Justice or Economic Justice organizations strongly preferred) or Project Management Demonstration of effective problem solving and coordination skills, self-motivated.
  • Excellent writing/editing and verbal communication skills
  • Demonstration of leadership and coordination skills, self-motivated; experience facilitating meetings.
  • Demonstrated skills in areas of organizational, managerial, and time management.
  • Prior work experience working in high-risk/pressure situations.
  • Ability to handle multiple “priority” projects and meet established timelines. Ability to navigate with organizations and members in complex, political situations.
  • Having reliable transportation and driving for regional work-related travel is a must.
  • Willingness and ability to work irregular hours including occasional weekend and evening work.
  • Strong commitment to racial justice, workers’ rights, and working-class community empowerment.

Additional desirable qualities but not required

  • Knowledge of issues affecting unemployed and underemployed workers, poor and working-class communities in the south.
  • Fluency in a second language
  • Familiarity with the intersections of a just transition/climate justice and working people
  • Experience with VAN, Action Network and Digital Texting programs.
  • Knowledge and/or experience taking action with Jobs with Justice

Required Skills

  • Self-starter who can work independently toward goals in a multi-step project. Ability to manage time efficiently and with minimal supervision. Excellent interpersonal skills, relational approach, and ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds and cultures.
  • Highly collaborative style and sincere commitment to work collaboratively with CF-JwJ staff, committees, organizational partners, members, and supporters
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Basic computer skills: (i.e. Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint.)
  • Positive, energetic approach. Ability to motivate, move, and inspire people. Willingness to take initiative and use creativity to achieve our shared objectives. Excellent writing, proofreading, and verbal communications skills Demonstrated ability to fundraise.
  • Demonstrated skills in facilitation of meetings, training, events.

Salary/Benefits/Additional Information

Salary range for this position falls within our Manager/ Supervisor level pay scale. Salary range is between $55k to $65k per year depending on experience. It includes a generous benefits package that includes full employer-funded medical, vision, dental insurance and Life/A+D insurance. Paid Vacation, Personal, Holiday, and Sick days.

Travel mileage allowance/reimbursement, phone stipend, and other expense reimbursements as required to support the work of advancing the organization’s growth.

How To Apply

How to Apply: Please email a résumé, cover letter, and three references to Jonathan Alingu at jonathan@cfjwj.org. Make sure to send the email with “Programs Manager” and your name in the Subject line. Please include in the email your location, salary requirements, and where you saw the posting. You will not be contacted unless you are chosen for an interview. Position open until filled.

This is a union-represented staff position represented by CWA local 3108.

Central Florida Jobs with Justice is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce. Central Florida Jobs with Justice is an affirmative action employer and strongly encourages people of color, women, l/g/b/t/q individuals, people with disabilities, and those with working class backgrounds to apply.


Community Organizer (Tampa), Central Florida Jobs With Justice

The Organizer plays a key role in executing CFJwJ’s approach to leadership
development; supporting worker organizing and advocacy; coalition building; and direct action campaigns that integrate strategic research and communications. The Community Organizer will work collaboratively with JwJ staff, partners, organizers, and worker leaders to mobilize and support worker organizing. The Community Organizer reports to and is supervised by one of the Co-Directors and the Membership/ Lead Organizer.

About Central Florida Jobs with Justice

Central Florida Jobs With Justice is a coalition of labor unions, community, faith-based, worker centers, and student organizations. We fight inequality by driving strategies that expand the theater in which workers are able to bargain for improved standards. The organization provides strategic support to nearly 30 member groups through training,
worker advocacy, issue-based campaign planning, and mobilizing activists to increase the impact of local organizing. By bringing together labor, community, student, and faith voices at a statewide and local level, we are creating innovative solutions to the problems workers face today. We win real change for workers by combining innovative organizing strategies, leadership development, and policy advocacy with grassroots action and mobilization.

Primary Role and Job Responsibilities
Membership Recruitment and Engagement

  • Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with current
    member leaders and steering committee reps through mostly one-to-one
    conversations, and steering committee meetings. Maintain day-to-day
    contact with membership leaders; work independently to integrate
    strategies.
  • Identification and recruiting new organizations and individuals as members of the organization. Strategies include having affiliation meetings and membership asks at events, in-person one on one or by phone.
  • Recruitment and Retention of existing members into the leadership ladder
    through building durable and strong relationships with members, activists, and leaders; planning and organizing membership activities;

Coalition and Partner Engagement

  • Participate or lead work with partner organizations and coalitions toward shared goals.
  • Builds intentional relationships with partners and explores how CF-JwJ
    capacities meet organizational needs and construct strategies for advancing the organization.
  • Communicate with the rest of the organization teams to provide capacity to JWJ’s role in meeting deliverables with partner organizations.
  • Share responsibilities on engaging grassroots leaders in CF-JwJ collective
    campaign work, including strategic goal setting, preparing leaders for visits to advocate with elected officials, gathering signatures, and turning out their friends and family for actions, press conferences, voter work, etc.

JwJ Campaign and Program Execution

  • Plan and execute membership solidarity requests and project needs including mobilizations, training, convening meetings, and playing a role with leaders.
  • Working closely with the senior leadership to execute organizing goals and ID and recruits targeted members to provide ongoing support for external advocacy to reach its strategic campaign goals and vision.
  • Coordinates member outreach to retain and activate new members;
    consistently involving workers and supporters in the organization and
    increasing their commitment; activating members to lead work on various campaign committees.

Leadership Development and Training

  • Conduct and facilitate training/workshops with and for membership groups and partners on effective community organizing: research meetings, team building, mobilization, power analysis, voter engagement, coalitions, structural racism, storytelling, one-to-ones, etc. Develop others’ ability to teach these skills.
  • Identify and cultivate grassroots leaders to increase skills and effectiveness in building the organization, taking on leadership roles and taking action; implement leadership ladder to provide opportunities for growth and development; support the political education/skills of leaders through 1 on 1s.

Additional Organizational Responsibilities:

  • Actively participate in organizational strategy, planning, tracking and reporting, and staff meetings.
  • Work with CF-JwJ staff to provide timely reporting on program activities and leverage strategic relationships for the organization when needed.
  • Actively participate in CF-JWJ wide events and efforts such as Fundraising
    events, JwJ annual training.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned by Co-Directors.

Job Qualifications
Required Qualifications

  • At least 1 year of grassroots organizing and/or Labor and worker organizing experience.
  • Prior work experience working in high-risk/ pressure situations.
  • Prior experience in outreach and engagement of working people, including mobilizing people to action and building up their leadership.
  • Ability to handle multiple “priority” projects and meet established timelines.
  • Ability to work effectively with organizations and members in complex, political situations.
  • Ability to work well with a team and motivate others to take action.
  • Self-starter who can work independently toward goals in a multi-step
    project. Ability to manage time efficiently and with minimal supervision.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds and cultures.
  • Having reliable transportation and driving for regional work-related travel is a must.
  • Willingness and ability to work irregular hours including occasional weekend and evening work.
  • Strong commitment to racial justice, workers’ rights, and working-class community empowerment.

Additional desirable qualities but not required

  • Knowledge of issues affecting unemployed and underemployed workers, poor and working class communities in the south.
  • Fluency in a second language
  • Familiarity with the intersections of a just transition/climate justice and working people
  • Experience with Action Network and Digital Texting programs.
  • Knowledge and/or experience taking action with Jobs with Justice!

Required Skills

  • Ability to understand and articulate the CF-JwJ vision, mission, and theory of social change and organize others to align self-interest with the interest of Florida workers.
  • Quick learner with a willingness to work hard and develop as an organizer, especially through 1:1s.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Basic computer skills: (i.e. Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint.)
  • Ability to cultivate and nurture internal and external public relationships that are accountable, reciprocal, and transparent
  • Positive, energetic approach. Ability to motivate, move, and inspire people.
  • Willingness to take initiative and use creativity to achieve our shared objectives.
  • Excellent writing, proofreading, and verbal communications skills
  • Demonstrated ability to fundraise.
  • Demonstrated skills in facilitation of meetings, training, events.

Salary/Benefits/Additional Information
The salary range for this position falls within our salary employee level pay scale. The salary range is between $45k to $51k per year depending on experience. Includes a generous benefits package that includes full employer-funded medical, vision, dental insurance and Life/A+D insurance. Paid Vacation, Personal, Holiday, and Sick days. Travel mileage allowance/reimbursement, phone stipend, and other expense
reimbursements as required to support the work of advancing the organization’s growth.


Organizer, North Bay Jobs With Justice

North Bay Jobs with Justice is seeking a qualified candidate for the position of Organizer. Initial deadline to apply 4/15/22. Position open until filled.

North Bay Jobs with Justice is a growing coalition of labor and community organizations standing up for economic, racial, and climate justice. NBJWJ is based upon a direct-action model of solidarity, and we organize to support our broad-based membership. We are currently focused on supporting farmworkers, landscapers, and resilience workers who are organizing for safety and respect on the front lines of climate change fueled wildfires. The organization is affiliated with National Jobs with Justice and based in Sonoma, Marin, and Napa counties with an office in Santa Rosa.

General Responsibilities of the Organizer:

  • Report to the Director of Organizing to perform duties as needed in conjunction with the priority issues and campaigns set by the Executive Director, Executive Board, and Steering Committee
  • Outreach to and organize low-wage immigrant and Indigenous workers
  • Develop & implement weekly organizing work plans and reports
  • Lead and train committees of workers, member organization staff and leaders, and volunteers
  • Support and work effectively with coalition members and representatives of the Steering Committee to grow their leadership and engagement in the organization
  • Expand and build on the organizational membership of the coalition
  • Collaborate on fundraising activities
  • Input and maintain good data and information for campaigns

Key Qualities and Competencies

  • Strong commitment to and understanding of worker justice and the labor movement, gender and racial justice, immigrant justice, climate justice, and the importance of an intersectional social justice movement
  • Written and oral fluency in English and Spanish required
  • Experience participating on campaign in in labor, student or community organizing
  • Ability to work effectively and collaboratively within working class communities, Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC) communities, Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer Plus (LGBTQ+) communities
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Effective time management skills
  • Willingness to work nights and weekends as needed
  • Willingness to travel throughout Sonoma, Marin, and Napa Counties and occasional travel to San Francisco and Must have valid driver’s license and proof of car insurance by job start date

Compensation

Salary commensurate with experience. Starting at $58,912 with annual raises; fully paid health, vision and dental benefits; retirement benefits; paid leave, vacation and sick time; 13 paid holidays. This is a Union represented position with Teamsters Local 665.

Email cover letter and resume with three work references to northbayjwj@gmail.com with the subject line “Organizer Application”

North Bay Jobs with Justice is an equal opportunity employer. We strongly encourage youth, people of color, women, LGBTQ+, and people with disabilities to apply.