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Sightline Institute, the Northwest’s leading public policy think tank on sustainability issues, is seeking a full-time staff member for a new internally-focused position of business manager

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Fuse is looking for an ambitious and talented person to take our organizing work to the next level.  This is an opportunity to be a part of an ambitious plan to build grassroots power in key areas across the state to rebuild our democracy and reclaim the debate around government and taxes.  Your mission will be to build local councils of grassroots leaders in South King and Pierce County that are actively engaged in powerful local alliances of faith, labor, and community organizations.  You will work as part of a team of experienced organizers to build these local alliances around the most pressing local issues related to our state budget. The Senior Organizer will play a lead role in implementing Fuse’s Racial Equity Plan through building our organizing program as a strong ally with under-represented communities. 

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The policy analyst will:

  • Analyze state budget and revenue trends and proposals;
  • Build and maintain databases of budget, revenue, social, and economic data;
  • Write policy briefs, blog posts, and longer research reports that include original quantitative analysis;
  • And more...

The salary for this position ranges from $50,000 to $60,000 per year, depending on experience.

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The Operations Manager manages the day-to-day operations of the organization and must be able to juggle multiple tasks with a close attention to detail. This is a full time position and requires a diverse set of skills, attributes and experience. The Operations Manager also manages the Civic Space, an office space shared by three organizations. On an average day, this person could be communicating with partners, updating the website, troubleshooting the printer, working with the bookkeeper and then meeting with the Executive Director. The Operations Manager reports directly to the Operations Director. Competitive salary, dependent on experience. Range of $40,000-$45,000/year.

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The Bus is seeking a highly motivated person to help coordinate our Development Department, assist in fundraising efforts and donor data base management. The successful candidate is able to take initiative and lead on tasks including, but not limited to, events coordination, grant writing and tracking, executing a monthly member fundraising plan, donor/volunteer data base management, and volunteer recruitment. The successful candidate is able to work in a fast paced environment, has very strong attention to detail, highly organized, has a flexible schedule, and able to communicate effectively with donors, partners, and across departments. This is a full time, permanent position with the Washington Bus. The Development Coordinator reports to the Development Director.

Compensation is DOE, within the range of $32,000 - $35,000. The Bus offers a comprehensive benefits package, including ORCA pass, 100%-employer paid premium for medical/dental/vision coverage, generous paid-time off, and a flexible work environment with opportunities for professional development. 

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Candidates should have an interest in state fiscal policy and a commitment to improving the well-being of low- and moderate-income households. Applicants should have a track record of working on public policies affecting low-income and diverse communities and policies with implications for racial equity. Fellows earn a base salary of $45,000 to $50,000 per year (regional salary adjustments may be applied to higher-cost locations). Health benefits are included.

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The position reports to and works closely with the Executive Director (ED) and is assisted by the Accountant/Office Manager.  We are looking for an individual who relishes the technical and detailed aspects of accounting and who is a strong and strategic manager of financial, HR and office operations. Salary is based on experience.

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The Associate Director is responsible for providing content to the communications and marketing teams, drafting communication materials; such as talking points, scripts, Op-eds, background papers for volunteers and staff, and Q&A’s; analyzing policies, issues, and courses of action to determine implications and potential areas of concern.  Acts as company spokesperson and serves as core member of the Brand Committee.

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Are you enthusiastic about getting corporate money out of elections? We need help spreading the word about I-735 and working with volunteers to gather signatures. This is a great opportunity for those that have great communication skills, care about the issue, and want to learn more about the initiative process in Washington.

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Working Washington is seeking a creative, talented, and ambitious person to lead the development and expansion of an aggressive online organizing program which can substantially grow our movement and build the power of workers in our state.

The successful candidate will demonstrate strong knowledge of online and field organizing tools and tactics; a creative, experimental approach to online organizing; and a strong ability to independently move projects forward.

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The Washington Alliance for Gun Responsibility is hiring a Media Relations Officer. The Media Relations Officer will contribute to the development of, and lead the day-to-day execution of, the Center for Gun Responsibility’s Communications Plan. This individual will also serve as the primary interface between the organization and members of the media, and will have primary operational responsibility for the organization’s public profile.

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The Policy Director is a senior member of the Transportation Choices team and will shape our cutting-edge policy agenda at the state and regional level. The director will develop Transportation Choices Coalition’s (TCC) policy programs including our state legislative agenda (in partnership with our contract lobbyist) and our work in the Puget Sound region. The Policy Director will build successful partnerships with the Washington Department of Transportation, transit agencies, state and regional stakeholders to advance our policy priorities. Flexible schedule with some night and weekend work required.  Occasional travel to Olympia during Washington’s Legislative Session is required. 

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Seattle Parks Foundation (SPF) is a 15-year-old independent nonprofit with a history of successful planning, advocacy, and fundraising on behalf of our city’s public spaces. The Foundation Coordinator is a key team member supporting the growth of our philanthropic activities and community-led projects around the city. As Foundation Coordinator you will be serving a key role for a growing organization with the leadership in place to help change the landscape of our city. We seek diversity-minded candidates who are idealistic and pragmatic, ambitious and collaborative. This full-time position reports to the Director of Development.

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