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Common Cause The Associate Director will assist the Executive Director in helping to manage the internal operations of the state organization. The Associate Director’s primary responsibility is to help develop organizational goals and monitor progress towards achieving them. The Associate Director will also represent Common Cause in coalitions as needed, and assist staff in the internal and external operations of the organization including research, policy analysis, advocacy, communications, and organizing.
Disability Rights NC This is a one year contract position created through a grant with the National Religious Campaign Against Torture. The grant period is for one (1) year.
DRNC is actively engaged in efforts to end-long term solitary confinement in NC. The Project Manager will be dedicated to DRNC’s campaign against solitary confinement, and focus on coalition building and public engagement. The Project Manager will connect with disabled and formerly incarcerated people, other nonprofit organizations, the faith community, local groups and advocates, and the general public to bring awareness and provide education about the human rights crisis of solitary confinement, with the goal of reaching a “tipping point” where a critical mass of people voice their unequivocal opposition to this abusive practice, and demand action to end it.
Financial Well Being Coach
Operation HOPE There are 24 HOPE Career Opportunities available at Operation HOPE.
In a HOPE Financial Well Being Coach role, you will coach in a manner that encourages measurable, positive outcomes in client development. You will serve as the primary point of contact addressing internal and external client interactions at the HOPE Inside with business partners and senior leadership levels. You will be based out of a HOPE Inside office (predominately hosted by a corporate partner).
For 30 years, Operation HOPE has been dedicated to empowering underserved communities through financial literacy. Now, our work encompasses much more than financial education. Our work is about instilling knowledge and confidence in those we serve so they can experience, sometimes for the first time in their lives, financial dignity.
Operation HOPE is an Equal Opportunity Employer, all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, genetic information or any other characteristic protected by law.
Labor Policy Analyst
The North Carolina Justice Center The North Carolina Justice Center is seeking a Labor Policy Analyst to document and analyze policy solutions in North Carolina that can support working North Carolinians in progressive change across a range of workplace policy areas. This position will be responsible for researching and writing policy briefs and reports, as well as data analysis, to support work related to collective bargaining and unionization, paid leave and sick days, living wages, pregnancy accommodations, unemployment benefits, and other topics.
Voter Registration Manager
State Voices State Voices is excited to announce the creation of the new Issue & Electoral Organizing Department (IEOD) to support our affiliated network of 24 State Tables with their year-round power building and organizing strategies to create a multi-racial democracy. We seek a Voter Registration Manager to provide general oversight of the organization's 2022 multi-state voter registration program. The position will focus specifically on field and online voter registration (OVR) programs, using reports to analyze needs and provide gap-filling support to in-state partners. The Voter Registration Manager will work with the Deputy Director of Voter Registration to help the department meet its annual strategic goals in service to the states. This includes integrating best practices and innovation in community organizing and campaign development grounded in building power for Black, Indigenous, Latinx, AAPI, and all people of color. The person in this role will also work with vendors and consultants to develop and present training components for state table staff and implement best practices for the voter registration data and quality control process.
Deputy Director of Issue and Electoral Organizing
State Voices State Voices is excited to announce the creation of the new Issue & Electoral Organizing Department (IEOD) to support our aﬃliated network of 24 State Tables with their year-round power building and organizing strategies to create a multi-racial democracy. We seek an experienced, creative, and innovative organizer with a proven track record in implementing impactful campaigns and initiatives, who can cultivate a talented team, to serve as the Deputy Director of this new department. The Deputy Director will work with the Director of Issue and Electoral Organizing to build the department’s work plans and manage a team of staff to support the State Tables’ electoral programs and opportunities to actualize the collective power of our State Tables and their partners. This includes integrating best practices and innovation in community organizing and campaign development grounded in building power for Black, Indigenous, Latinx, AAPI, and all people of color.
The ideal candidate will lead with an organizer’s orientation, with a solid understanding of 501(c)(3)-compliant, nonpartisan grassroots campaign strategy, tactics, and knowledge of the political landscape and stakeholders. We seek an individual who can lead with a commitment to racial and gender equity practices and build strong relationships with myriad stakeholders to ensure this new department is providing the most relevant and timely ﬁeld support to the State Tables and their staff. The Deputy Director is an integral part of the State Voices Issue & Electoral Organizing Department’s management team and will report to the National Director of Issue and Electoral Organizing.
State Voices Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, the Operations Associate provides a high level of support to both the Operations Department and the DC national office. Given what is required in this position, it is important that the person in this role be someone who shows up to work in positive, optimistic, and creative ways. This person should be able to operate with flexibility, adapting to changing situations while consistently centering State Voices’ goals and values. Even in moments of stress, the person in this role should be able to both advance their work and understand and model that relationships are central to how we operate. The ideal candidate will enjoy working on something new each day, be a problem solver, and be self-motivated.
Deputy Director of Communications
State Voices State Voices has an important and compelling story to tell – our history, our scope, and our goals for this year and beyond. Throughout 2020 and 2021, we spent time establishing our identity and voice to drive a comprehensive communications strategy. In order to continue strengthening, supporting, and building the network with financial and public support – all on behalf of the larger mission of building a multi-racial democracy – we’re seeking a skilled leader who can help us connect with our audiences and strengthen our communications capacity. The Deputy Director will lead our press and media engagement, message research, and play a leading role in our campaigns.
State Voices - Virginia Civic Engagement Table The Virginia Civic Engagement Table (VCET) is searching for a full-time Operations Manager (OM). This is a newly reimagined position created to build a more intentional effort at VCET. Under the direction of the Executive Director (ED), the OM will support all office management and HR activities along with select project management functions. The position is based in Richmond, Virginia with flexibility for candidates in other parts of the state.
Manager, Chapter Partnerships
Active Minds The Manager of Chapter Partnerships will oversee Active Minds’ dynamic portfolio of chapter-related deliverables and partnerships to maximize volunteer mobilization, and ensure Active Minds secures and delivers results and meets or exceeds all requirements. This can include recruiting, training, and supporting students to be successful in participating in school/campus activations, cohorts, mental health-related trainings, program implementation and evaluations, policy advocacy work, and focus groups.
Civic Engagement Coordinator
MSBWR Mississippi Black Womens Roundtable is looking for a Civic Engagement Coordinator to lead the efforts to get infrequent Black women voters engaged in the policy making and participating with politiciabs who make decisions that impact their lives.
Social Media and Graphics Design Assistant
MSBWR Assist Communications Strategist in branding, maketing, and social media content design necssary to advance the mission of MSBWR.
Disability Rights NC A new position for DRNC, the development coordinator will serve as a key member of the development and communications team, and contribute to expanding the agency’s advocacy work by increasing our resource base.
To achieve this, the successful candidate will lead and collaborate on DRNC’s giving campaigns, donor acknowledgement, and special events. The coordinator will support the director in managing grant research, writing and reporting requirements. This position will be responsible for effective and efficient use of resources and the donor management system (Salesforce) to measure and achieve development goals. We seek a team member who can think strategically about the larger efforts of the agency, along with performing highly detailed and creative work.