About the Partnership for Working Families
LAANE | Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy
Project Description: LAANE is currently seeking a full-time researcher for a campaign for more 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 also 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. For more information about the project and the coalition, see www.repowerla.org.
WPUSA | Working Partnerships USA
Working Partnerships USA seeks a Research and Policy Associate to join our team. This team member will support the strategic research, analysis, outreach, coalition-building and program coordination needed to move our campaigns for quality jobs, healthy communities, and equitable growth. This is a full-time, benefited position based in Silicon Valley.
Working Partnerships USA is a community organization bringing together the power of grassroots organizing and public policy innovation to drive the movement for a just economy. We build the capacity of workers, low-income neighborhoods and communities of color to lead and govern. Based in Silicon Valley, we tackle the root causes of inequality and poverty by leading collaborative campaigns for quality jobs, healthy communities and equitable growth.
Reporting to the Director of Organizing and Civic Engagement and working closely with other local and state organizations, the Lead Organizer is responsible for overseeing Working Partnerships USA integrated civic engagement and community organizing model. The Lead Organizer will recruit and develop leaders, lead civic engagement programs, contribute to campaign strategy, communicate and motivate existing and potential members, and lead pubic actions.
CPI | 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 an organizing director. The successful candidate must have a strong commitment to social and economic equity; collaborating with diverse community and worker organizations; and conducting effective organizing, outreach and the promotion of a comprehensive policy program.
EBASE | East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable Economy
EBASE is always looking for smart, talented people to join our movement for economic, racial, and social justice. We highly encourage you to get involved in our work to raise the floor for low-income workers and open the door to those marginalized in our economy.
Raise the Wage Campaign Director
The position is responsible for managing EBASE’s campaigns, coalition building, and solidarity work on low-wage worker organizing efforts. The Campaign Director will work with community, labor, and faith partners to to develop worker justice, electoral, and legislative campaigns to build towards a regional set of worker justice standards and enforce minimum wage and worker justice policies.