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Research and Policy Advocate
Center on Policy Initiatives
The Center on Policy Initiatives is a research and action institute dedicated to creating economic prosperity, sustainable communities and a healthy environment for all. CPI serves a unique role in the San Diego region providing the analysis, policy solutions, education and alliances that advance social and economic justice.

Founded in 1997, the Center on Policy Initiatives has been at the forefront of the economic justice movement in San Diego. CPI works to increase access to good jobs and to improve conditions for low-wage workers and their families. The organization envisions local government as an effective champion for the common good, and works to enable residents of all communities to have an informed and powerful voice in decisions affecting their quality of life.

CPI seeks a Researcher/Policy Advocate who is passionate about economic and social justice, meticulous about research and able to strategically plan and implement short- and long-term research and issue-based campaign work.

CPI’s Research Team conducts research to inform policy development and campaign strategy and to educate lawmakers and the public on issues related to the economic justice, social equity and access to work that treats them with dignity. The position reports to the Deputy Director.

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Associate Director of Consulting and Training
TSNE Missionworks
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Senior Associate - Organizational Effectiveness
Training Resources for the Environmental Community
The Senior Associate provides consulting services to organizations as part of TREC’s Organizational Effectiveness Program. They conduct leadership, team and organizational assessments, develop capacity building plans, and through coaching, consulting, and training help client organizations improve their effectiveness and sustainability. This includes supporting clients to improve staff and team management, equity and inclusion, fundraising, community engagement strategies, financial management, board development, and strategic planning.
The Senior Associate, working closely with other members of TREC’s team, provides specific organizational development services to TREC clients based on the organization needs identified and the Senior Associate’s skills and experience and those of the other team members. The Senior Associate delivers these and other services via phone coaching and consulting, webinars, online learning modules, and on-site training and consultation.

Program Associate at Support Center
Support Center for Nonprofit Management, Inc.
The Program Associate will report to the Associate ED and work with a dynamic core team, 20+ affiliate consultants, and 12 navigators. This position is full-time. Support Center offices and this position are currently located at 32 Old Slip, New York, NY (Lower Manhattan). Both local candidates and those who would be willing to work remotely for a period of time and consider relocating will be considered. Candidates are encouraged to be open-minded and discuss their geographic circumstances and flexibility in their cover letter.
PACE Consultant Consortium Application Form
Program to Aid Citizen Enterprise (PACE)
Program to Aid Citizen Enterprise (PACE) is working with a group of local funders concerned with the effect of COVID 19, the recession, and racial reckoning on our small to midsize local arts groups and organizations. To increase the consulting options open to them, we are building a list or consortium of consultants. If interested, we are inviting you to apply.

We are following a two-step process. Step One – we request recommended consultants fill out an application. The link to the application is provided in this posting. Step-Two – We check project references provided by the consultants. There is no specific deadline to complete the application. However, consultants will not be included in the consortium until the process is completed.

You will not be able to submit the form if you have not completed all of the required information. You will be able to move forward and backwards and to save your work and return to complete it.

The form is designed to capture your areas of specialty, the sizes and types of organizations you have served, experience in Pennsylvania and other parts of the country. We are interested in your educational background, three references specific to your work, your consulting approach, and your commitment to equity. Additionally, you will be asked to upload your resume or CV including your degrees, professional licenses, and certifications.

Depending on whether or not you are an individual consultant or a team of consultants, we estimate it will take you between 30 minutes to 2 hours to complete the application.

Additional information about the program and selection process are included in the application. If you have difficulty filling out the form, please contact Maurice Speaks at or at 412-562-0290 ext.215. We will notify you via email once you have been accepted into the consortium.

We look forward to building a productive relationship with you. Thank you in advance for completing the application.
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