About the Partnership for Working Families
EBASE | East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable Economy
EBASE is seeking an upbeat, tech-savvy and conscientious individual to provide a high level of database management and project coordination support. This position has a primary role in the administration and maintenance of the organization’s contact and donor database and a secondary role in developing and coordinating foundation grant proposals and reports. This position will play a key role in collaborating with all staff to support the organization’s donor and contact engagement and to cultivate an organizational fundraising culture.
The FAME Coordinator is principally responsible for building, engaging, and organizing with the network of faith leaders and communities in campaigns and project work on workers rights, immigrant rights, and economic justice; collaborating with unions and community groups; helping develop faith-rooted campaign strategy, and program administration. The FAME Coordinator is also responsible for developing and sustaining FAME membership and sponsorship for events. The FAME Coordinator supervises organizers and volunteers.
CASE | Central Arizonans for a Sustainable Economy
CASE is currently looking for an Operations Coordinator who can manage the day-to-day administrative functions of our organization. While employed by CASE, the Operations Coordinator will also provide administrative services for one of our partner organizations, the hospitality workers union UNITE HERE Local 631.
The Partnership for Working Families
The Partnership for Working Families, a national network of leading local advocacy organizations, is leading a national effort to solve urgent economic and environmental problems. We’re building an economy that works for everyone, by creating good family-supporting jobs for low-income communities and communities of color in the construction and transit sectors. We’re working to curb climate change and increase recycling by reshaping the way major cities manage their trash. And we’re maximizing the public’s investment in development and infrastructure projects by aligning public spending with community values. As the pioneers of the community benefits movement, we combine insightful research, cutting edge policy and broad alliance building to transform industry practices and create a more sustainable and equitable future in our cities.
The Partnership is currently seeking an Information Security and IT Consultant to help our organization operate more efficiently and securely. In this role, you will provide desktop and network support to our national staff both in person and remotely while spearheading security initiatives as we redefine and update our practices.
ALIGN | The Alliance For a Greater New York
Title: Strategic Researcher
ALIGN: the Alliance for a Greater New York unites labor and community for a more just and sustainable New York. Formed by the merger of New York Jobs with Justice and Urban Agenda, ALIGN builds upon 20 years of creating good jobs, healthy communities, and a more accountable democracy for all New Yorkers. Successes include the "Trades and Residents for Apprenticeship Development and Economic Success" (TRADES) project, which has created over 300 careers in construction for local public housing residents through New York City Public Housing Authority capital repairs; securing one of the nation’s first municipal green buildings policies, which has eliminated over 200,000 metric tons of harmful greenhouse gas emissions; and anchoring the Alliance for a Just Rebuilding and achieving a the Build it Back local hiring program in Sandy-impacted communities. For more information about our work, visit www.alignny.org.
LAANE | Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy
UNITE HERE Local 11 is hiring a New Development Campaign Researcher. Our research teams conduct industry, corporate, real estate and political research and analysis to develop and carry out campaigns focused on winning economic justice for low wage, primarily immigrant hospitality workers. Our campaigns organize non-union workers and secure improved standards for existing union members in the food service, gaming and casino, and hotel industries.
LAANE is currently seeking a full-time researcher for a cutting edge, “blue-green” campaign to transform the waste and recycling industry to improve working conditions and mitigate the environmental impacts of this sector on low-income communities. Over the past six years, LAANE and the Don’t Waste LA Coalition has led efforts to in order to make Los Angeles the largest “zero waste city” in the nation and to improve the lives of workers and communities in L.A. County. In 2014, Los Angeles approved the Zero Waste L.A. franchise system, a comprehensive overhaul of the waste and recycling sector for businesses and multi-family buildings. This new system requires recycling and eventual compost collection for all Angelenos, cleaner trucks, certification of facilities that process our waste, and living wages for collection workers. To learn more about Don’t Waste LA, visit www.dontwastela.org.
Project Description: LAANE is currently seeking a full-time organizer for a campaign for equitable investment in a solar programs at the nation’s largest municipally-owned utility. The campaign is advocating for a community solar program that helps low income customers and renters save money on their bills while creating good jobs and reducing our environmental impact. The community solar campaign builds on a successful effort to dramatically increase investment in energy efficiency programs that help struggling customers save money on their bills, reduce our city’s carbon emissions and create good, career path jobs. The campaign seeks to support and expand a pipeline for entry level workers to career path jobs at the Department of Water and Power that was created by IBEW Local 18 and the utility.
Pittsburgh United | Unions and Neighborhoods Invested in Transforming Economic Development
Pittsburgh United seeks a full time organizer for the Pittsburgh region. The organizer will conduct outreach for Pittsburgh United campaigns, work with partner organizations and coalitions, communicate with faith leaders, individual workers and neighborhood residents, and plan and execute organizing campaigns/actions.
The Campaign Coordinator will play a key role in forwarding the work of the Clean Rivers Campaign (for a description of the campaign, see page 3). The coordinator will be responsible for working with the Director of Strategic Campaigns and coalition partners to develop and execute strategies to win on the campaign’s issues. This will include planning and implementing ratepayer education, coordinating and overseeing public policy advocacy, and developing materials for the general public and coalition partners’ use on these issues. Much of the work in the campaign will be done by the campaign partners with the coordinator’s oversight. The ability to work closely with and support the leadership of others is therefore an essential skill.