Job Title: Senior Organizer Annual Pay: $65,736-$79,776
Location: Portland, OR
SEIU Local 503, Oregon: Senior Organizer
SEIU Local 503 is Oregon's union of 65,000 nursing home, homecare, child care and other care providers, public and non-profit workers. We are part of the 2 million member Service Employees International Union (SEIU), committed to building power for low-wage workers and engaging in social and economic justice issues facing working families, from accessible, affordable housing to immigrant rights. We wage big campaigns to win better wages, healthcare and more secure jobs to help ensure that workers--not just corporations and CEOs--benefit from today’s global economy.
We are a Senior Organizer to work on an innovative new statewide organizing campaign in the care sector.
Senior Organizer Job Opening:
Organizers help build power to win quality affordable care, create support for families and ensure care jobs are good jobs by organizing non-union workers and consumers connected to Oregon’s care economy with a focus on one-on-one recruiting, house visits and developing community structures to win campaigns.
A minimum five years’ experience or background demonstrating capabilities in union and/or community organizing, political action, communications, leadership identification and development, and motivating people to take action; a demonstrated commitment to empowering workers through the labor movement and other social justice movements; experience working for social justice as an organizer or activist; and ability and stamina to work irregular and long hours and to attend weekend and evening activities.
Pay and Benefits: Organizing positions provide comprehensive fully paid health, dental and vision benefits for employee and eligible dependents, domestic partner benefits, generous holiday and vacation policies, a monthly car and cell phone allowance, and a 15% employer-paid defined contribution 401K. Compensation range is based on experience,
Hiring: We are committed to hiring staff who reflect our membership and model the unity and equity that we seek to create in Oregon communities. Women, LGBTQ, people of color, people with disabilities and immigrants strongly encouraged to apply.
A resume is required for all applications and a cover letter is highly suggested. Your cover letter should explain your reason for wanting to work for us, an example of how you demonstrated success in a similar position and a description of how this position fits into your long-term career plan.
SEIU is an Equal Opportunity Employer.