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Every week, we highlight job opportunities from the progressive community and elsewhere.


SEIU 925: Political Organizer
Posted June 25, 2015 4:56 PM | Send via email

SEIU 925 is seeking a strategic, collaborative and motivated Political Organizer. Political Organizer will be empowered to develop and implement member leader development programs through a political framework.  Read More >>


Fuse WA: 30th LD Campaign Fellow
Posted June 25, 2015 4:45 PM | Send via email

Fuse Washington is seeking a motivated organizing fellow to pioneer an innovative neighborhood organizing model in support of a progressive House member.   Read More >>


Fuse WA: Honest Elections Seattle Campaign Fellow
Posted June 25, 2015 4:32 PM | Send via email

Fuse Washington is seeking a campaign fellow to drive our work retaking our democracy from big money in politics in the City of Seattle.   Read More >>


WAmend: Organizing Intern
Posted June 2, 2015 1:32 PM | Send via email

The Washington Coalition to Amend the Constitution initiative campaign (Initiative-735) is seeking a hard-working and motivated candidate to join our team as a full- or part-time Organizing Intern, preferably a college student who can obtain credit for this unpaid internship.   Read More >>


WAmend: Fundraising Intern
Posted June 2, 2015 1:21 PM | Send via email

The Washington Coalition to Amend the Constitution initiative campaign (Initiative-735) is looking for talented individuals interested in fundraising and development, preferably college students who can obtain credit from this unpaid internship. During this internship, you will help WAmend build its donor database, identify fundraising opportunities, and assist the Campaign Director with other activities as needed.  Read More >>


Win/Win: Executive Director
Posted April 27, 2015 2:35 PM | Send via email

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WinWin: Data & Campaign Manager
Posted April 22, 2015 11:30 AM | Send via email

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The Center for Gun Responsibility: Executive Director
Posted March 9, 2015 9:48 AM | Send via email

The Center for Gun Responsibility (CGR) is seeking a dynamic, proven leader to serve as Executive Director. Responsibilities include legislative advocacy to reduce gun violence, public education, media outreach, fundraising, and membership development. Strong communication skills are essential. A broad understanding of firearm policy issues is desirable. Position is based in Seattle. Salary is competitive and negotiable.  Read More >>