Join the Workers’ Dignity Team: We’re Hiring Two Organizers!

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Workers’ Dignity is accepting applications through May 23rd for two great full-time organizing positions:

We’re hiring for:
– Organizer, Neighborhood Defense Committees
– Coordinator, Grassroots Fundraising & Membership Development

See below for details or contact us directly: (615)669-5351 or info@workersdignity.org

  • Both positions are bilingual, English & Spanish.
  • The full job descriptions, compensation, requirements, and how to apply are available for both here and here.

Coordinator, Grassroots Fundraising & Membership Development:
(Read the full job description.)
This position is 50% coordinating our grassroots fundraising work, and 50% leadership development of members. You will raise funds from individual donors in fundraising campaigns, coordinating communications and groups of volunteers, and growing the portion of funds coming from members by involving them through all aspect of the process. It’s what allows us to stay grassroots and grow the movement at the same time. The other responsibility you will have is growing our membership and maintaining contact with members, and especially growing their skills and involvement in the organization by making house visits, coordinating trainings, and doing leadership development. Note: You do not need experience in fundraising to apply, just a passion to learn & dedication.

Neighborhood Defense Committee Organizer:
(Read the full job description.)
La meta primordial de esta posición es crear comités de defensa del barrio que organizan la comunidad afectada por redadas de migración en vecindarios locales de Nashville y sus alrededores. Trabajarás dentro de la coalición Defensa Comunitaria de Nashville. Preparar estos comités para pelear casos migratorios; crear infraestructura para enfrentar redadas; y construir fuertes relaciones con otros grupos que vienen de comunidades que se enfrentan al racismo… (mas en la descripsion)

Both positions: Women, people of color, and immigrants are especially encouraged to apply.

Please forward & pass on these descriptions widely.

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