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Organizing Director
Miami Workers Center
Miami Workers Center is seeking a full-time Organizing Director that will oversee and implement the organization’s grassroots campaigns and policy/structural interventions to advance the rights of working class tenants and workers across Miami-Dade County. The Organizing Department will supervise the organizing department and staff and report directly to the Executive Director. 
Link: https://www.instagram.com/p/C2fT2XgK4Dx/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link
Worker Cooperative Developer
Miami Workers Center
The Miami Workers Center is seeking a full-time worker cooperative director to expand the capacity of Miami-Dade low wage workers to participate in and develop worker and shared service cooperatives.

The worker cooperative developer will provide holistic support to Black and Immigrant cooperative entrepreneurs throughout every stage of the co-op development process.
Link: https://miamiworkerscenter.org/careers/
Research & Policy Director
BASTA - (Building and Strengthening Tenant Action
The Research and Policy Director will play a crucial role in supporting BASTA’s work to create a more equitable housing landscape by lending policy analysis and expertise to support the development and implementation of Organizing Team and Eviction Mitigation Team campaigns. This new position will work collaboratively with the Project Director and the rest of the BASTA team to build out BASTA’s policy program, ensuring that it is responsive to and informed by tenant experiences and needs   This role requires an individual with expertise in policy research and housing issues who is a dynamic and persuasive oral and written communicator.  The ideal candidate is a strategic thinker who enjoys the iterative process of making complex information accessible; likes wrestling with seemingly-intractable problems; and whose combination of insatiable curiosity, tenacity, and fastidiousness brings the depth of knowledge needed to tailor meaningful solutions.
Link: https://bastaaustin.org/joinus
Bicycle Recycling Center Organizer
Chainbreaker Collective
Reports directly to Executive Director and is responsible for day to day operations of the project including outreach, training, scheduling and recruitment. The BRC organizer is also responsible for leadership development, member recruitment, campaign development and mobilization.
Link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1xsKuOUb_DvN2INww6Lq0IosXYwQX1Ayx8tZWsGHibHM/edit
Development Coordinator
The Housing Rights Committee of San Francisco (HRCSF)
Position Summary: The Development Coordinator is a 40 hours per week position that is part of the development team
and will focus on administrative and coordination tasks related to fundraising and resource development. Responsibilities
include donor and foundation outreach, support with development-specific communications and engagement, tracking
donations and donor communication, planning and executing fundraising events, government grant reporting, and
support externally communicating victories.
Link: https://hrcsf.org/jobs/
Campaign Organizer
Right to Counsel NYC Coalition
We are looking for an experienced, dedicated, hardworking, and passionate campaign organizer with demonstrated grassroots organizing and campaign experience to be a part of our team. Learn more on our website:
https://www.righttocounselnyc.org/workwithus
Link: https://www.righttocounselnyc.org/workwithus
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Lead Organizer - Corporate Landlord Campaigns
Housing Rights Committee of San Francisco (HRCSF)
The Lead Organizer will oversee HRCSF’s organizing work with tenants living under corporate landlords in SF’s private rental market. This work will include supervision of two staff Organizers, development of new and existing tenant associations, and direction of
HRCSF’s strategies to hold corporate landlords accountable and build tenant power in buildings across the city.

The Lead Organizer will also play a key role in HRCSF’s Organizing Department by modeling effective organizing skills for fellow
organizers, providing leadership in organizational decisions, and representing HRCSF in the wider tenant movement. We estimate that candidates will have about 3 years of relevant experience, but our review of candidates for this role will focus on whether they
can fill the needs of the position, not years of experience.

The Lead Organizer will report to the Organizing Director.
Link: https://hrcsf.org/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/HRCSF_-Lead-Organizer-Job-Description_Fall23-External.docx.pdf
Span/Eng Bilingual Tenant Organizer
Housing Rights Committee of SF (HRCSF)
Position Summary:
The Southeast bilingual (English and Spanish) tenant organizer is a 40 hour a week position that will focus on the empowerment of tenants, especially in San Francisco’s southeast neighborhoods to build a geographic tenant association. This person also assists with providing frequent educational policy initiative training to members that support tenants and the needs of low-income and immigrant communitie
Link: https://hrcsf.org/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/2024-SouthEast-Bilingual-Organizer.pdf
HUD Tenants Organizer
Housing Rights Committee of San Francisco (HRCSF)
Position Summary:
The HUD organizer is a 40 hour a week position that will focus on organizing alongside tenants of HUD subsidized buildings in San Francisco as well to develop and grow powerful tenants associations in these buildings. They will also assist with policy initiatives that support HUD tenants and the needs of low-income and immigrant communities. Experience supporting diverse communities is essential as is a long-term commitment to social justice.
Link: https://hrcsf.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/12/HUD-Organizer-Job-post_External-1.pdf
Director of Organizing
BASTA
Unique opportunity for a strategic, dynamic, and thoughtful leader to advance BASTA’s commitment to building power through base building, grassroots leadership development, and tenants association campaigns. The successful candidate will have a robust grassroots organizing background, strong campaign planning and strategy skills, and management experience.

The Director of Organizing will be responsible for overseeing our property organizing work and refining BASTA’s organizing model, which centers the voices and the lived experience of those who are most impacted by the current housing crisis: low-income renters. As a member of the leadership team, the Director of Organizing will also guide organization-wide decisions and play a key role in maintaining a healthy organizational culture. The Director of Organizing will report directly to the Project Director.

Please visit https://bastaaustin.org/joinus for full job responsibilities and required qualifications.
Link: bastaaustin.org/joinus
Research and Policy Director
BASTA
The Research and Policy Director will play a crucial role in supporting BASTA’s work to create a more equitable housing landscape by lending policy analysis and expertise to support the development and implementation of Organizing Team and Eviction Mitigation Team campaigns. This new position will work collaboratively with the Project Director and the rest of the BASTA team to build out BASTA’s policy program, ensuring that it is responsive to and informed by tenant experiences and needs This role requires an individual with expertise in policy research and housing issues who is a dynamic and persuasive oral and written communicator. The ideal candidate is a strategic thinker who enjoys the iterative process of making complex information accessible; likes wrestling with seemingly-intractable problems; and whose combination of insatiable curiosity, tenacity, and fastidiousness brings the depth of knowledge needed to tailor meaningful solutions.

Please visit https://bastaaustin.org/joinus for full job description and required qualifications.
Link: https://bastaaustin.org/joinus
Cooperative Economics Small Business Manager
Unite Oregon
Unite Oregon is seeking a dynamic, forward-thinking Cooperative Economics Small Business Manager who is passionate about breaking the mold of “business as usual” and committed to redefining traditional business models in support of small businesses within communities of color. We are looking for someone who is passionate about economic justice and has a deep understanding of the unique challenges and opportunities within communities of color. This role is not for someone content with the status quo- we are seeking a change-maker who will champion equitable economic solutions that challenge conventional practices. This Manager will lead the small business team working toward solidarity economics practices. The position reports to the Community Development Director.

Position Responsibilities
Responsibilities, in collaboration with other departments and staff, are as follows:
The Cooperative Economics Small Business Manager will work with the Small Business team to develop and implement an economic ecosystem that generates wealth and promotes asset creation through workforce and business development pipelines for low-income community members who identify as people of color.

For more information, please see link below.
Link: https://www.uniteoregon.org/careers-at-unite/cooperative-economics-small-business-manager
Founding Advisory Board Member (Volunteer)
Miles McNeal & Powell LLC
We’re seeking awesome, ambitious, audacious, and authentic individuals to build a strong foundation to support the sustainable impact of Miles McNeal & Powell, a community impact and equitable development firm. We wish to expand the capacity of the firm to meet the demands of the community across the spectrum of community regeneration and urban innovation — addressing the need for community safety, decent work development, economic growth, housing, sustainable communities, and access to generational wealth opportunities.

Joining the Advisory Board is a volunteer opportunity. This Board aims to ensure effective governance, financial stewardship, community engagement, diversity, equity, and inclusion, legal compliance, and technological innovation.

As a founding member of the Advisory Board, you will play a crucial role in guiding and overseeing the organization’s mission and activities. Your commitment to promoting equity, inclusivity, community ownership, and sustainable development will drive our efforts to create positive social impact.

By serving on the Advisory Board, you will contribute your skills, expertise, and passion to advance our mission of fostering equitable and sustainable development in our communities. Your dedication and leadership will be instrumental in driving positive change and creating lasting impact.

Interested? Contact us!
Link: milesmcnealpowell.com
Lead Organizer
Texas Organizing Project (TOP)
The Lead Organizer will supervise a team of community organizers and will work to ensure our campaigns are interconnected. The lead organizer is responsible for planning, executing, and evaluating our team’s organizing approaches to ensure that our base of directly affected communities is front and center in decision-making and building our people power. The lead’s short term focus will be on housing.

This is a management-level position that reports directly to the Campaign / Organizing Director. The lead organizer will supervise 3-5 community organizers, who work directly with our base.
Link: https://organizetexas.org/lead-organizer-bexar-county/
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