The Community Organizer will serve our human rights and immigration campaigns through the leadership development of Juntos’ community members, the support and expansion of our broad based coalition work, and the development and execution of campaigns on a local and national level. The core of the Community Organizer's work will center around criminalization and immigration issues. A qualified applicant will have two to five years experience in organizing and social justice campaign work.
- Bilingual in Spanish and English, reading and writing
- Willingness to interpret and translate both Spanish and English materials, written and oral.
- Time management and multitasking skills.
- Ability to build and maintain relationships with community members, organization leaders, and coalition members.
- Experience with recruitment and outreach skills.
- Experience with workshop and group meeting facilitation in Spanish and English
- Experience working with communities from diverse ethnic and class backgrounds.
- Understanding of the issues impacting immigrants at the local, state and national level and of the policy issues involved in reforming the national immigration system.
- Experience and willingness to plan and execute events, workshops, actions, and trips.
- Experience developing leadership of others.
- Ability to support Executive Director on campaigns and existing programs.
- Flexible schedule. This is a salaried position and requires work on nights and weekends.
- Plan and execute a weekly leadership development meeting with Juntos’ community members and hold one-one meetings with members on a regular basis
- Build a larger base by holding public and accessible educational workshops and events twice every month, to be open to the wider community
- Support and expand our coalition work by attending group and organizational coalition meetings and holding one-on-ones with organization leaders and coalition members
- Serve as liaison and support person for Juntos Executive Director as requested
- Willingness to research and consolidate information regarding legislation and current events related to human rights and immigration rights and develop policy and/or organizational messaging
- Build and support local campaigns such as the Juntos’ Community Resistance Zones while also sustaining coalition work on a regional and national level
- Utilize and expand upon existing Juntos curriculum and Know Your Rights resources
Level of Language Proficiency
Bilingual in Spanish and English, reading and writing with translation ability
Full-time, Excellent healthcare benefits and PTO.
How To Apply
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a cover letter and resume by the deadline. In the subject line of the email please write "Community Organizer".