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The Administration & Technology Assistant helps us advance our cause effectively and productively.  We are looking for someone highly skilled in computer troubleshooting and who is a “people person,” who will provide top notch assistance and training to fellow staffers and volunteers. The individual will manage front desk volunteers and provide tech and other operational support to the entire office.  The position will receive direction and support from the Administration and IT Team. 

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The Accounting Manager is part of Cascade’s Finance and Operations Department which supports all activities of Cascade Bicycle Club. The Accounting Manager has responsibilities ranging from leading parts of the annual audit to daily reconciliations. This person supervises the Accounting & HR Clerk. Success on the job means the financial side of Cascade’s events, grants and staff time allocations are seamless and result in a clean and easy audit process, and that the administrative side of HR is smooth. This role needs someone who can see the larger financial picture of the organization while also being able to track transactions on a daily basis. The Accounting Manager is a full-time position that reports to the Senior Director of Finance & Operations, and the salary range is $47,000 to $55,000.

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MoveOn is seeking highly motivated and goal-oriented deputy state directors to lead our campaign in battleground states to organize progressive voters to stop Donald Trump and elect Hillary Clinton president. We are running a voter identification and turnout program focused on progressive voters, built around volunteer-hosted and volunteer-run neighborhood door-to-door canvassing. Deputy State Directors are responsible for managing, motivating, and coaching a team of Campaign Organizers; representing the team with allies, partners, and the media; and meeting goals and deadlines. The Campaign Organizers you lead will organize “barnstorm” organizing tours of their turf, recruit volunteer canvass leaders at those events, and support hundreds of volunteer leaders over the course of 13 core canvassing days of action.

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MoveOn is seeking highly motivated and goal-oriented organizers to organize progressive voters in battleground states to stop Donald Trump and elect Hillary Clinton president. We are running a voter identification and turnout program focused on progressive voters, built around volunteer-hosted and volunteer-run neighborhood door-to-door canvassing. Campaign organizers are responsible for organizing “barnstorm” organizing tours to rally volunteers; recruiting and training volunteers to lead distributed neighborhood canvass teams; and supporting hundreds of volunteer leaders over the course of 13 core canvassing days of action

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The Mobilization Manager is responsible for developing advocacy infrastructure in target legislative districts by identifying, cultivating and organizing Save the Children Action Network’s supporters and volunteer leaders. In addition, he/she will also be responsible for developing key relationships with coalition partners, local elected officials and grasstops in the targeted districts to help with Save the Children Action Network’s high-priority policy action campaigns. Current SCAN campaigns are focused on maternal, newborn and child survival globally and early childhood education domestically. In partnership with the mobilization team the Manager will help assess Save the Children Action Network’s supporter base, determine key audiences and demographic segments to target, selecting strategies both online and offline to educate and engage targeted individuals and groups to meet our annual goals and deliverables. This positions is virtual-office based position with a preference for candidates based in the Seattle Washington metro area.

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The Communications Director is a shared position between Washington Environmental Council and Washington Conservation Voters. The core responsibility of the Communications Director is to advance the organizations’ missions by using all communications channels, tactics, and tools available. The Communications Director works with the CEO, presidents, program, political and development staff to develop and implement long-term communications goals and project-specific communications plans.

The Communications Director oversees a team of three communications staff to raise organizational profiles, build the universe of contacts we reach, and communicate to them about our work in a way that motivates them to support WEC and WCV through actions, donations, or both. The Communications Director works with the development team to ensure our outreach to donors is strong and on message; with our field team to build the universe of people we are able to reach and engage, and with our Legislative Director, policy, and political staff to ensure our earned and paid media support our long-term goals. The Communications Director reports to the CEO and is a member of the organizations’ Management Team.

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Washington is home to some of the most beautiful and ecologically important wild places while also being on the tip of the spear in the fight to stop climate change.  The WA Sierra Club is hiring an apprentice to assist to building grassroots power to challenge new oil infrastructure, and build transit options that benefit everyone.

We are committed to a model of grassroots organizing based on movement building, justice and equity.  We are looking for someone who is energetic and passionate about the fight for climate justice.

The position is 20 hours per week at $15 an hour plus benefits for a 6-month period.  We are located at 180 Nickerson St #202, Seattle.  We hope that this will allow an opportunity for people from all backgrounds an opportunity to learn and grow in the environmental, non-profit field.

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The Field Organizer will work with Audubon chapters, partners, supporters, and volunteers to accomplish conservation and engagement victories in communities in Eastern Washington. S/He will be highly energetic, adaptable, relationship-oriented, and a results-driven team player who engages volunteers and community organizations in action and advocacy, from events and volunteer days to recruitment drives and phone banking. The Field Organizer will also help train and build the capacity of volunteers and local leaders and serve as a vital link in bringing Audubon’s ambitious conservation-focused strategic plan to life in communities from coast to coast and in making Audubon the most effective conservation network in America

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