Community Organizer – Water Campaign

Please note that LAANE staff are currently working remotely from home. We are exploring ways to move forward in our work approach for the remainder of the year, with a goal of ensuring the safest working conditions and environment for all of our staff video mediathek ard downloaden.

 

Founded in 1993, the Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy (LAANE) is a leading advocacy organization dedicated to building a new economy for all – with a focus on women, low-income communities, and people of color adobe acrobat reader dc kostenlos downloaden. Combining research, public policy, and coalition organizing, LAANE promotes an economic approach based on good jobs, thriving communities, and a healthy environment download gif mac. For more information about our work, visit www.laane.org.

 

Campaign Description: LAANE is currently seeking a full-time Community Organizer for our Water Campaign, focused on the nexus of labor, equity, and the environment microsoft excel tabelle download kostenlos. The COVID-19 pandemic is exacerbating and laying bare racial and class inequality, and we must confront these forces and act to protect vulnerable communities’ health and economic well-being windows live movie maker 2012 download kostenlos deutsch. As a proud member of the Our Water LA coalition, we’ve helped win billions to upgrade our water system, reduce climate impacts, and create union jobs accessible to those who need them most download songs from youtube for free. We also know that deep organizing for additional policy and systems change is needed to confront climate change, empower communities, transform lives with good jobs, and ensure the human right to water e mail program free download windows 7. As part of LAANE’s Climate Initiatives, this campaign is connected with our RePower LA campaign.

 

Position Responsibilities: Under the supervision of the Campaign Director, the Community Organizer will recruit and develop leaders, contribute to campaign strategy, communicate and motivate existing and potential members, help advance policy change and workforce development priorities, and lead public actions herunterladen. We are seeking a qualified professional who will be able to work well with unions, community organizations, environmental and environmental justice groups, and public agencies navigationssystem für handy kostenlos downloaden. Responsibilities include supervising interns, working directly with the Project Director and Research & Policy Analyst, as well as with community and labor allies autocad 2010 free download nederlands. Reliable transportation is required.

 

Qualifications:

  • Social justice values/work experience: A strong commitment to racial and economic justice and the labor movement. Prefer experience with environmental/environmental justice, workforce development, community planning and/or displacement avoidance. Fluency in Spanish is ideal.
  • Excellent organizing strategy and campaign planning skills. Experience (2-5+ years) doing community and/or labor organizing, working with communities of color. Works well under deadline pressure and stays on top of multiple projects.
  • Working as a leader within a team: Ability to work independently and collectively within a team, possession of strong interpersonal communication skills. Responsibilities include supervising interns. Willingness to work longer hours and weekends when necessary.

 

Terms of employment:  LAANE’s salary and benefit standards are competitive, with a salary starting at $54,000. Full family health benefits, 401(k), generous time off, subsidized Transit Access Pass, commitment to work/life balance, parking. Friendly, team-oriented working environment.

 

Application Process: This position is available immediately. Please email cover letter and resume to water@laane.org, name files as “(Your Name)_CL” and “(Your Name)_Resume,” and put “Community Organizer” in the subject line. No phone calls please. Not all applicants will receive a response.

 

LAANE IS AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. WOMEN, LGBTQ PEOPLE, AND PEOPLE OF COLOR ARE HIGHLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.