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

NARAL: Development Manager
Posted August 27, 2014 12:06 PM | Send via email

The Development Manager is responsible for creating and executing an annual development plan, including cultivating and developing donor relationships; organizing events; drafting fundraising messages and communications; managing a fundraising calendar; and managing the donor database. This position is full-time, based in Seattle, and works closely with the Executive Director and the Membership Development Director.   Read More >>

SEIU 925: Temporary Political Organizer
Posted August 27, 2014 9:29 AM | Send via email

SEIU Local 925 is looking for a Temporary Political Organizer for the period extending through the election (November), 2014. The Temporary Campaign Organizer will work under the direction of the Member Strength Director, and will collaborate closely with the Legislative and Policy Coordinator, to help carry out union-wide member outreach, training and engagement in support of local union programs. The position is based in Seattle, Washington and includes competitive pay and a comprehensive benefit package.  Read More >>

ACLU of WA: Technology and Liberty Director
Posted August 11, 2014 4:17 PM | Send via email

The ACLU of Washington invites applications for the full-time position of Technology and Liberty Director to lead its work at the intersection of civil liberties and technology. The Technology and Liberty Director identifies and addresses civil liberties issues arising from the use and development of new technologies. The Director works closely with senior legal, legislative, and communications staff in Washington's progressive political environment to develop and implement strategies for cutting-edge advocacy projects. The ACLU-WA's staff of 30+ employees and numerous volunteers work in a fast-paced, friendly and professional office in downtown Seattle. Salary is based on experience and qualifications.  Read More >>

The Cair Project: Board Member (volunteer)
Posted June 30, 2014 2:04 PM | Send via email

The CAIR Project is recruiting for its Board of Directors. The Community Abortion Information & Resource (CAIR) Project opened in August 1999, premised on a belief that women have a right to a full range of pregnancy options, including safe and legal abortion. The CAIR Project believes that information and financial access are necessary for that right to have meaning. CAIR volunteers operate a hotline run by trained advocates. Board members with experience in marketing, reproductive law, non-profit accounting, event planning, and information management are particularly encouraged to apply.  Read More >>