jobs: coordinator, organizers

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Tue Jan 28 10:42:00 CST 2003


[ed:  these job posts include salary info.]

From:     	Francis Calportura <fcalpotura at ctwo.org>


CTWO: IMMEDIATE JOB OPENINGS

CENTER FOR THIRD WORLD ORGANIZING  is seeking dynamic individuals who wish
to build a stronger movement for racial justice. CTWO promotes racial
justice ideas and campaigns with community organizations and grassroots
leaders by:  
         €    Training the next generation of race conscious organizers of
color. 
         €    Building organizing capacity in communities of color that lead
with race.
    €    Generating public support for racial justice principles and
policies.

The following staff positions are open until filled.  Please send a resume
and writing sample to:
Mark Toney € CTWO € 1218 E. 21st Street € Oakland, CA 94606 €
mtoney at ctwo.org
People of color, women, and LGBT persons are strongly encouraged to apply.

PROJECT COORDINATOR,  Movement Activist Apprenticeship Program
For 16 years, MAAP has been the preeminent training school for young
organizers of color. The MAAP Coordinator is responsible for recruiting
participants and host organizations, coordinating week-end long Community
Action Trainings, as well as some curriculum development and conducting
trainings. The position also involves fundraising and writing reports.

Qualifications: Applicant must have at least 2 years experience doing social
justice work. Ability to handle multiple tasks and prioritize while
maintaining attention to detail is preferred. Must have excellent writing
and verbal skills. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Filemaker is a
plus. Involves travel.

Salary range is $30-36,000/year plus generous benefits.

LEAD ORGANIZER, Grassroots Organizing for Welfare Leadership
The GROWL organizer will work closely with a national network of
community-based organizations developing actions and trainings around
welfare rights issues. The GROWL Coordinator will be responsible for the
recruitment of allies, organizing of gatherings, coordinating state-level
campaigns, research, fundraising and administrative duties.

Qualifications: Applicant must have at least 5 years experience as an
organizer with a community or labor organization working directly with
low-income communities. Ability to deal with multiple tasks and deadlines is
helpful. Strong written and verbal communication skills are a must.
Bilingual skills (Spanish/English) are helpful.  Travel will be required.

Salary range is $35,000-42,000/year plus generous benefits.

LEAD ORGANIZER, Alliance for Post-Prison Education, Advocacy, and Leadership
APPEAL is a criminal justice/racial justice project that seeks to develop
organizing and leadership skills for people coming out of prison in order to
break down barriers to a full and dignified re-entry into our communities.
The APPEAL Lead Organizer is in charge of strengthening community re-entry
coalitions, coordinating research on barriers to community re-entry, and
developing leadership training sessions for ex-prisoners.

Qualifications: Applicant must have at least 7 years experience as an
organizer with a community or labor organization working directly with
low-income communities. Experience supervising staff and crafting organizing
campaigns is required for this position. Strong written and verbal
communication skills are a must. Bilingual (Spanish/English) helpful.
Involves travel.

Salary range is $38-44,000/year plus generous benefits. 


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