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Do you think Washington should lead the nation with smart, progressive policies that build a just society and an economy that works for all of us? Do you want to help build a political climate that supports and demands bold progressive leadership? So do we – and we’re looking for a talented and ambitious Development Coordinator to help us make it happen!

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The Voter Contact Specialist is a part time temporary position with Washington Conservation Voters (WCV) lasting approximately five months during the election season. This position reports to the Field Organizer, and is responsible for recruiting members and voters to volunteer for Governor Inslee’s reelection and other priority campaigns, and to turn in their ballots before election day on November 8th. 

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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.

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The primary responsibility of this position is to expand and mobilize NARAL Pro-Choice Washington’s base of support through door-to-door fundraising, membership recruitment, and identifying activists. Full-time and part-time positions are available in the community organizer role. 

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The mission of the Equity in Education Coalition (EEC) is to advance equity in education, foster civic engagement, and advocate for students and communities of color, native American, refugee and immigrant. Founded in 2012, the Equity In Education Coalition is Washington State’s largest coalition of stakeholders from communities of color and white allies who are striving to improve educational opportunities and outcomes for children of color.  

We are seeking someone who excels in the world of development and fundraising, but will also excel in an organization whose culture embraces race-conscious conversations.

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Since 2006, the Washington State Budget & Policy Center has worked to make economic security and social opportunity real for everyone living in our state, bringing fresh ideas along with high quality, independent research and analysis. Now in our 10th year, we are looking for an energetic and experienced Deputy Director to manage the internal operations of our 8-person, high-performing team of policy analysts and communications and outreach experts. The successful candidate will have a combination of research and analysis experience and a deep commitment to team-building and staff development. The Deputy Director will report to the Executive Director and will serve as a thought partner and advisor.

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We are looking for a full time Accounting Manager starting mid-June, 2016 to do full charge bookkeeping and account management for the Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO. The Accounting Manager reports directly to the Secretary Treasurer and the President. S/he will work directly with an AP support staff in our Seattle office and is responsible for running the day to day finances of the WSLC.

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Fuse believes that the lack of progressive leadership in our state legislature is a serious barrier to progress on climate, racial justice, our broken tax structure, and issues affecting working families. We are committed to building power in swing districts and marginalized communities to ensure their voices are heard in our state.  Working with Fuse staff and progressive partners, the Organizing Fellow will lead intensive neighborhood-based voter engagement work and recruit and develop volunteer leaders.

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The Equitable Development and Climate Justice Coalition Organizer works collaboratively with Puget Sound Sage’s Program Team and reports directly to the Program Director. This Coalition Organizer is responsible for staffing Sage’s existing coalitions and contributing to strategic planning to successfully execute campaign goals. If you have experience working in a fast-paced environment, a deep personal commitment to social and economic justice and community organizing experience then this job is for you.

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Homecare Field Manager is a management position on the Leaders in Action team in the Member Programs and Participation department. The field manager is responsible for developing and maintaining member leadership, recruiting and executing major union wide events, and developing and executing campaigns geared toward achieving the goals of the union.  The field manager leads a team of organizers to carry out the work of the union. Continuously working toward membership maintenance. Position works with young, fast-growing, innovative, bold and progressive union that has grown from 1700 to 44,000 members in the long-term care industry in the space of 12 years. 

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Organizers on the Leaders in Action team mentor, coach, teach, and foster the talents of our members, who are low-wage home care workers. The goals of our union are to raise standards for the long-term care industry by through an aggressive organizing plan and political engagement. Homecare organizers are on the front-line of building the strength of our membership through individual skills and leadership development, recruitment to events, and coaching and training opportunities. This position is included in the Staff Union Bargaining Unit (classified in the Program I or Senior Program I schedule), is based out of Spokane or Pasco, and is a full-time, salaried, overtime-exempt position.

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Implement an innovative and dynamic field program for one of the most successful locals in the country by supporting, coaching and providing technical assistance and oversight to a team of talented field organizers as well as advancing strategic leadership development programs with emerging and developed member leaders. This position is included in the Staff Union Bargaining Unit (classified in the Program 1 or Senior Program 1 schedule), is part of the Member Programs and Participation Department, reports to the Field Manager of the Leaders in Action Homecare Team, and is a full-time, salaried, overtime-exempt position based out of SEIU 775 HQ in Seattle.

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Fuse is looking for a multi-talented designer to join our team of communicators, organizers, and political ninjas. We believe good design and art has the power to change hearts and minds. As an organization that engages activists across the state online, we’re looking for a designer to join our organization and bring a creative perspective to our online communications.

The designer will work closely with our team of communicators to engage and mobilize the public through visual communications. The designer will conceptualize and design visual communications for social media, media events, and other opportunities. Our current campaign priorities include LGBTQ equality, racial justice, progressive tax reform, and voting justice.

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The Yes for Homes campaign is a city of Seattle ballot measure to pass a new seven-year Seattle housing levy, which replaces an expiring levy, on the August primary ballot. The $290 million levy is twice the size of the previous levy, and it funds a broadly-based response that focuses on helping working families, young people and seniors to remain in the city, while providing important funding for homeless housing as well.

The Yes for Homes campaign is seeking a campaign coordinator with a background in political work, ideally with a political campaign or a political advocacy/governmental organization, a non- profit or a public affairs firm. The ideal candidate will have strong managerial skills, be a detail- oriented self-starter, have a solid understanding of the Seattle political landscape and be an innovative problem-solver and team player. Additionally, a strong candidate will have experience working within a coalition setting coordinating diverse stakeholders, solid organizing skills and will be familiar and comfortable with outreach and social media strategies. Familiarity with Seattle affordable housing stakeholders and resources is a plus.

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Washington Won’t Discriminate seeks a qualified Campaign Manager to run the statewide ballot campaign from April 2016, until November 2016. This campaign will be the first statewide ballot measure on the rights of transgender people, presenting a unique set of challenges and opportunities. The campaign is looking for someone with the experience, tenacity and motivation to implement an innovative winning strategy. Candidates should have extensive campaign experience. Ideal candidates will have run a statewide electoral or ballot campaign, and will possess significant skills in coordinating and facilitating decision-making for large, diverse coalitions.

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