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The Student Immigrant Movement’s Lead Organizer is primarily responsible for organizing and developing SIM’s membership. The LO focuses on supporting the work of our part-time Regional Coordinators in order to sustain and grow SIM’s statewide presence and build experience in our new leaders, while creating opportunities for members from non-chapter areas to access some of SIM’s training and resources in a systematic and accessible way. The LO also works most closely with SIM’s Core leadership through partnership with our volunteer Core Coordinator.
The Student Immigrant Movement’s Campaign Coordinator is primarily responsible for guiding SIM’s strategic direction and for SIM’s external presence. The CC focuses on supporting strategy development through the Core Leadership, and represents SIM in outside spaces, both nationally and locally, in an effort to advance our goals. She/he is also responsible for maintaining SIM’s media presence and keeping our members and supporters informed of SIM’s work and new opportunities to engage, in partnership with the Lead Organizer.
MASSUNITING seeks an experienced leader with strong oral and written communications skills to join our team as a Communications Director. This senior staff position will lead the communications team in strategic planning, message development, and traditional media outreach efforts. The successful candidate will also provide direct support to MassUniting coalition partners and related campaigns on an as-needed basis.
Special Events Coordinator
GLAD seeks a full-time Special Events Coordinator to contribute to overall fundraising efforts by overseeing multiple annual events and providing support to the Senior Manager of Events and Donor Engagement. This position plays an integral role in helping GLAD generate about 25% of its annual budget through event support. The Special Events Coordinator will split his/her time between event production (75%) and direct fundraising (25%).
Director of Financial Operations
The Professional Staff Union (PSU) is hiring a Director of Financial Operations!
Under the general direction of PSU leadership, the PSU Director of Financial Operations directs the administrative operations and business functions of the local according to the policies set by leadership; is responsible for the planning, coordination and implementation of effective financial, personnel and related support services and policies including facilities management and procurement; supports leadership in preparing and monitoring the budget. The position necessitates periodic in-state travel, and occasional work on evenings and weekends may be required.
· BA/BS preferred; equivalent experience can be substituted for the degree
· 2-4 years of relevant professional experience in business/non-profit administration and management
· 2-4 years of supervisory experience
· working knowledge of affirmative action/non-discriminatory policies and procedures as well as an understanding of ethical standards of professional and academic conduct as related to position goals
· proficiency in Access, Word, Excel, Quicken, and ability to learn as required.
· ability to travel in-state as required
· strong interpersonal and leadership skills
· demonstrated written and oral communication skills
· ability to maintain confidentiality
· knowledge of labor movement and union experience preferred
The Professional Staff Union is a local affiliate of the Massachusetts Teachers Association. We represent approximately 1,800 professional staff on the University of Massachusetts Amherst and Boston campuses, as well as classified supervisors on the Amherst campus. We are a member driven, member run organization, with an annual budget close to $1.5 million.
This position will primarily work out of the Amherst campus office. This is a 20-hour per week, benefitted position, working with a small but amazing staff.
To apply for this position, please email your resume to PSUhires@yahoo.com or you may send it attention Director Search, 109 Hampshire House, 131 County Circle, Amherst, MA 01003. Preference given to applications received prior to May 27, 2013.
North Side Lead Community Organizer
City Life seeks a Lead Community Organizer with a commitment to social justice, grassroots base building, leadership development and who shares CLVU’s vision of radical organizing. The North Side Lead Community Organizer is responsible for City Life’s work in East Boston, Revere, Everett, and Malden; focused on our current Bank Tenant campaign – fighting foreclosures and bank evictions. But our work also includes anti-displacement tenant organizing and taking up other core concerns, such as immigrant rights and worker justice.
Workers' Rights Events Calendar
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