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Job Locations US-NV-Las Vegas
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(4/28/2020 9:56 AM)
SEIU (Services Employees International Union) Job Title:  Airport Organizing Coordinator I                            Grade: MGT B - Starting Annual Salary:  $75,415  3 different Job Location(s): Las Vegas, NV, Phoenix, AZ, and Charlotte, NC                Organization Overview:    The 2 million members united in the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) are at the forefront of a movement to build power for working people and empower all workers to form unions, no matter what job they do. SEIU members are from every walk of life, every political party, every background, every faith. They come from communities with their own stories and strengths, and that makes the Union all the more powerful because there’s strength in numbers. SEIU members work across the healthcare spectrum providing high quality care and services. They are the workers who keep our nation’s airports running and make sure landmark buildings are clean and secure. They provide essential public services and give a foundation of learning to our youngest and brightest. SEIU members believe in and are fighting for a Just Society where all workers are valued and all people respected—no matter where they come from or what color they are; where all families and communities can thrive; and where we leave a better and more equitable world for generations to come.    Purpose:   The Airport Organizing Coordinators are responsible for representing and assisting the International Union in achieving its overall organizing program goals with special emphasis on the particular Property Services Division, Industry of Airports.   Primary Responsibilities: - Drives and manages multiple locations or large scale Airport Organizing Campaigns or major elements of the SEIU Property Services Division - Airports Organizing Campaign to include organizing resources offered to locals and/or projects and assisting with overall management of field administration. - Assists in formulating strategic airport campaign plans, including developing strategy, comprehensive campaign planning, narrative and message development, budget development and campaign office administration. - Coordinates and executes airport field campaign plans. - Supervises, leads, assigns, and evaluates Organizing Field Staff, including developing individual work plans and overseeing their implementation and evaluation. - Administers appropriate disciplinary action such as developing corrective performance plans or recommends terminations if necessary, in coordination with the Field Director and/or Airport Campaign Director. - Recruits, interviews and recommends for hire, new staff in coordination with Airports Campaign staff. - Designs and implements organizing training and development plans designed to build effective teams to win union campaigns. - Reviews and makes recommendations and requests for appropriate allocation of International Union Staff, Local Union Staff and other resources. - Authorizes expenditures within the campaign budget with proper approval from appropriate Airport Campaign Staff. - Works with other Organizing Coordinators, Division leadership, Local union leadership and/or allies to coordinate Property Services Division or National or Local airport campaign organizing goals. - Integrates airport campaign organizing plans with all other SEIU programs and strategic priorities. - Works  in collaboration with other SEIU Local Union and International Union staff. - Maintains regular contact with and reporting to SEIU leadership while working independently to achieve organizing and other strategic goals. Benefits: SEIU staff enjoy excellent employer-sponsored benefits to include comprehensive health benefits (major medical, dental and vision coverage) for employees and eligible dependents; domestic partner benefits; competitive compensation; generous holiday and vacation leave policies; and both a pension retirement plan and a 401(k) retirement savings plan.   Contacts: SEIU staff and others related to airport organizing issues.   Direction and Decision Making: This position may report to a Property Services Division Coordinator II, Coordinator III, Campaign Director and/or Property Services Division Director while work independently.   Qualifications Requirements:   At least three (3) years of supervisory or team management experience and five (5) years of organizing campaign experience to include: - Working knowledge of organizing planning, development and execution processes and best practices required. - Working knowledge of strategies and tactics used by SEIU to organize, develop and lead workers that win union campaigns required. - Working knowledge of team or organizational management and leadership skills. - Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. - Working knowledge of unions and collective bargaining units. - Writing campaign plans, reports and other relevant documents. - Proficiency with the use of Microsoft Office Suite applications: Word, Excel and Voter Activation Network databases (NGP VAN). - Supervising, developing and managing organized teams made up of people from diverse backgrounds and cultures. - Working effectively with elected leaders and staff in complex and sometime political situations. - Creating and conducting  training sessions and staff development plans. - Effectively and objectively evaluating staff and assisting  in developing a proactive corrective performance plan.   Physical Requirements: Must be available to work long and irregular hours, weekends and travel, potentially over large geographic areas.  The position often requires temporary assignments away from home.  Work is generally performed both in an office setting and in the field, but may be required to work in other settings conducive to performing the tasks required to complete assignments.    SEIU is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
ID
2020-2941
Job Locations US
Posted Date 8 months ago(9/18/2019 5:59 PM)
SEIU Local 49 Job Title: Bilingual Union Organizer—Internal Organizing Grade:  Annual Salary Range is $51,896 to $90,038/YR Location:  Portland, Oregon and Southwest Washington   Organization Overview: The 2 million members united in the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) are at the forefront of a movement to build power for working people and empower all workers to form unions, no matter what job they do. SEIU members are from every walk of life, every political party, every background, every faith. They come from communities with their own stories and strengths, and that makes the Union all the more powerful because there’s strength in numbers. SEIU members work across the healthcare spectrum providing high quality care and services. They are the workers who keep our nation’s airports running and make sure landmark buildings are clean and secure. They provide essential public services and give a foundation of learning to our youngest and brightest. SEIU members believe in and are fighting for a Just Society where all workers are valued and all people respected—no matter where they come from or what color they are; where all families and communities can thrive; and where we leave a better and more equitable world for generations to come.    Primary Responsibilities: - Identify, recruit, and develop work-site leaders and move workers into action. - Develop and implement effective contract campaign plans. - Motivate and inspire workers to build their union in the face of heavy employer opposition. - Analytical skills necessary to interpret contract language, investigate and process grievances, prepare contract proposals and bargain, and assist in joint employer/union committees. - Engaging workers to support our union’s political program and our external organizing program. - Lead & conduct demonstrations, pickets, marches, trainings, meetings, and other events/actions. - Working long and irregular hours, often including nights and weekend and travel. - Work in an environment of supportive and challenging supervision that focuses on both winning for our members and developing staff’s skills and potential as an integral part of what we do. - Work on a team that builds the most possible power for our members and conduct internal organizing campaigns that require you to stretch your skills and grow as an organizer. - Developing work-site leaders’ skills to do all of the above. Benefits:  SEIU staff enjoy excellent employer-sponsored benefits to include comprehensive health benefits (major medical, dental and vision coverage) for employees and eligible dependents; domestic partner benefits; competitive compensation; generous holiday and vacation leave policies; and both a pension retirement plan and a 401(k) retirement savings plan.   Contacts: SEIU staff and others related to Organizing issues.   Qualification Requirements:   Experience: - Minimum one year of experience in mobilizing or recruiting others in a union or comparable social justice organization and a minimum of 6 months experience working in an internal setting, to include internal union experience: contract enforcement, bargaining, and experience with grievance procedures. - Must have a valid driver’s license and automobile for work use. - Computer literacy - Bilingual (Spanish) required. - Must be willing to travel regionally and nationally for extended periods of time. - Passionate dedication to improving the quality of life of working people and enthusiasm to participate in a wide range of activities including external organizing and politics. - Excellent interpersonal & communication skills, including the ability to successfully relate to people from a wide range of backgrounds and cultures. - Enthusiasm and energy for working with worker leaders to develop their confidence, hope, and skills as worksite leaders. - Ability to solve problems creatively and think on your feet. - Must have strong judgment and strategic sense. - Must be able to perform successfully in both independent and team settings; - Must be able to succeed in an environment of accountability in meeting the goals of the campaign and Union. - Must be willing to participate in a strong program of staff development that fosters and challenges you to develop your skills, experience, and leadership. SEIU is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
ID
2019-2843
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Posted Date 2 months ago(3/11/2020 12:30 PM)
SEIU (Service Employees International Union) Job Title: Digital Impact Coordinator                             Grade: MGT C - Salary: $84,466/YR                                                                   Location: Washington DC, NYC, Chicago, St. Louis, Detroit, Raleigh/Durham, Miami   Organization Overview:    The 2 million members united in the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) are at the forefront of a movement to build power for working people and empower all workers to form unions, no matter what job they do. SEIU members are from every walk of life, every political party, every background, every faith. They come from communities with their own stories and strengths, and that makes the Union all the more powerful because there’s strength in numbers. SEIU members work across the healthcare spectrum providing high quality care and services. They are the workers who keep our nation’s airports running and make sure landmark buildings are clean and secure. They provide essential public services and give a foundation of learning to our youngest and brightest. SEIU members believe in and are fighting for a Just Society where all workers are valued and all people respected—no matter where they come from or what color they are; where all families and communities can thrive; and where we leave a better and more equitable world for generations to come.    Purpose:   SEIU’s National Organizing Department drives the central mission of our union to win for working people on the job, in our communities, and in our economy and democracy. This position manages SEIU organizing department’s digital communications operations and staff to promote the union’s narrative and organizing work, to further campaign objectives, and to expand the Fight for $15 and a Union and SEIU’s online audiences and presence. The position reports to the Deputy Director of Organizing.   Primary Responsibilities: - Devises national social media strategy and goals as part of the union’s overall digital communications strategy. - Manages implementation of national and/or organizing social media efforts. - Manages development of digital strategies for campaigns and projects to ensure that they advance both individual project goals and the union’s overarching goals and strategic direction. - Creates and oversees the creation of digital content. - Serves as a key contact for communications with allies, partners, and vendors. - Manages and creates event digital communications – strategy, message, look and feel, materials, marketing, outreach, various technologies and social media. - Ensures that sophisticated choices are made about appropriate vendors and support services. Management and Administration: - Manage digital work for the department focusing on the national organizing work, including planning and project management, and coordinates with other departments and campaigns on those issues. - Assists with vendor management and oversight for the department. - Prepares, manages and monitors digital ad budget. - Recruits, reviews and recommends hiring for digital staff. - Manages the work of digital team staff, directly supervising individuals on team as assigned. - Directly responsible for retention of staff, including training, feedback, reviews, skill and career development. - Represents Organizing Department as assigned and performs other duties as assigned in support of the work of the department. Benefits: SEIU staff enjoy excellent employer-sponsored benefits to include comprehensive health  benefits (major medical, dental and vision coverage) for employees and eligible dependents; domestic partner benefits; competitive compensation; generous holiday and vacation leave policies; and both a pension retirement plan and a 401(k) retirement savings plan.    Contacts:  Must be able to represent the International Union with local leaders, members, staff and outside organizations, utilizing independent judgment and a high level of professionalism. Interfaces with high level organizational and external contacts, including: - SEIU officers, International senior staff, project and program managers, field, political and organizing directors, local union officers and staff. - External: news media, politicians, government officials, partners and allies. - Vendors: design and production companies, consultants, pollsters, freelancers, video and multi-media producers, advertising agencies. Direction and Decision Making: Reports to the Deputy Director of Organizing and works with extreme independence.   Qualification Requirements:    Experience: 5 to 8 years of directly related work experience that would provide for the following knowledge, skills and abilities: - Developing and implementing strategy on a wide range of campaigns, including organizing, contract, political, and legislative, as well as experience working with community allies. - Executing digital strategies, including list-building on various platforms, online advertising techniques, web content management, multivariate testing to optimize results, and online organizing. - Proficient use with electronic media systems. - Working knowledge of advertising techniques to include all aspects of literature, audiovisual, and online production processes. - Excellent writing, verbal, and analytical skills. - Working knowledge of unions or other advocacy organizations. - Ability to manage own work and work of others, without supervision. - High level of judgment skills and ability to take initiative and work independently. - High level of judgment and discretion in resolving problems within the Organizing Department and throughout SEIU. - Ability to maintain high level of confidentiality in handling SEIU affairs. - Ability to work with International and local union elected leaders and senior staff in complex and sometimes politically sensitive situations. - Ability to act and organize time with extreme independence. - Ability to handle multiple “priority” projects simultaneously and set and meet deadlines, and ensure that staff team does the same. - Proficiency with the use of technology including online organizing and communications platforms. - Working knowledge of CRMs, Adobe Creative Suite, and other web development tools and applications.   Desired: Strong consideration given to proficient speakers and writers of a language other than English (Spanish strongly preferred).   Physical Requirements: Work is generally performed in an office setting but can be remote.  Job may require work in the field or in other settings to perform the tasks required to complete assignments. Must be available for frequent travel with overnight stays and able to work long and irregular hours.   Application Requirements: 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 SEIU, 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.   Relocation costs are not covered by SEIU.   SEIU is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
ID
2020-2924
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Posted Date 2 months ago(4/9/2020 11:04 AM)
SEIU (Service Employees International Union) Job Title:   Organizer Training & Development Coordinator                  Grade: MGT  Annual Pay : $94,601/YR Location:  Work from home office + travel required   Organization Overview:   The 2 million members united in the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) are at the forefront of a movement to build power for working people and empower all workers to form unions, no matter what job they do. SEIU members are from every walk of life, every political party, every background, every faith. They come from communities with their own stories and strengths, and that makes the Union all the more powerful because there’s strength in numbers. SEIU members work across the healthcare spectrum providing high quality care and services. They are the workers who keep our nation’s airports running and make sure landmark buildings are clean and secure. They provide essential public services and give a foundation of learning to our youngest and brightest. SEIU members believe in and are fighting for a Just Society where all workers are valued and all people respected—no matter where they come from or what color they are; where all families and communities can thrive; and where we leave a better and more equitable world for generations to come.    Purpose:   The Organizer Development Coordinator is responsible for the development, execution and coordination of trainings and other learning opportunities designed to enhance organizing and campaigner skills and leadership abilities of union organizers within the SEIU IU Organizing Divisions and our affiliated local unions. The Organizer Training and Development Coordinator must be able to assess the development of organizers and identify their needs and opportunities to grow and advance to the next level of development and responsibility.  The Organizer Training and Development Coordinator must be able to conduct and facilitate trainings and learning opportunities in both classroom, online and other settings.     Primary Responsibilities:    - Developing and executing trainings for union organizers that align with new (external) organizing campaign goals and strategies and SEIU's overall goals. - Creating and writing relevant and effective training materials, including curricula, hand-outs, PowerPoint presentations, and interactive exercises. - Learning and utilizing creative training techniques and approaches to teach concepts, skills, and best practices of union organizing and staff development. - Adapting teaching strategies according to the training audience and applying the best approaches to maximize the learning opportunities of trainees. - Work in coordination with IU Division and/or local union leadership to develop and implement strategic trainings and other staff development components. - Work in coordination with IU Divisions on their staff development programs, evaluating their needs and supports implementation. - Provides leadership in upholding SEIU’s overall staff development standards. - Facilitating and providing feedback in large and small group training discussions, exercises and practice labs to support trainees’ development and enhance their understanding of and ability to utilize training information and materials in the classroom and field. - Conducting new hire trainings and orientations to acquaint new organizing staff to the SEIU and its policies and procedures. - Assisting in the recruitment, screening and assessment of organizer candidates; conducting phone and in-person interviews; facilitating group candidate screenings; and assisting with hiring recommendations to SEIU locals and IU Divisions. - Assisting in oversight of SEIU Organizers-in-Training (OITs) and coordinating with appropriate field/campaign managers to ensure each OIT is receiving appropriate training and feedback, and reviews are completed in accordance with relevant SEIU CBA. - Working closely with the Center for Organizer Development administrative team to ensure training logistical requirements and needs are successfully executed and met. - Additional responsibilities, as may be required, including but not limited to: Maintaining and updating training materials in training database; maintaining and monitoring a training budget; researching conferences and external training events that would benefit individuals or group staff development. Benefits: SEIU staff enjoy excellent employer-sponsored benefits to include comprehensive health  benefits (major medical, dental and vision coverage) for employees and eligible dependents; domestic partner benefits; competitive compensation; generous holiday and vacation leave policies; and both a pension retirement plan and a 401(k) retirement savings plan.  Conctacts: SEIU staff and others related to organizing issues.   Direction and Decision Making: The Organizer Training and Development Coordinator is a member of the staff development team of the Center for Organizer Development (within the SEIU National Organizing Program) and reports directly to the Center for Organizer Development Director and/or the Deputy Organizing Director.   Qualification Requirements:   Education: Graduation from a two- or four-year college is not necessary but helpful.   Experience: Minimum five (5) years of new (external) labor organizing experience; or a combination of a minimum of two (2) years external labor organizing and three (3) years of internal (member) organizing or relevant issue-based community organizing.  A minimum of two (2) years of campaign management experience, including supervising, leading and developing organizing staff or teams.  Three (3) years of experience in developing curriculum and training and demonstrated experience with adult education or training a plus.     Equivalency: A combination of relevant educational and work experiences that would provide for the following knowledge, skills and abilities.   - Extensive experience in developing and executing union and/or community organizing issue campaigns (if you have no experience in community organizing or union organizing, please do not apply). - Extensive experience in developing training curricula that is learner-centered, participatory, and incorporates popular education approaches. - Demonstrated commitment to progressive social and economic justice. - Demonstrated experience in designing, writing, conducting and facilitating classroom and field-based trainings.   - Demonstrated experience and ability to exercise good judgment, working independently in complex political situations. - Excellent written and verbal communication skills. - Proven ability to train and manage effective organizing teams, and to incorporate effective staff development best practices, tools and techniques in their work managing teams. - Proven leadership skills and ability to work with a diversity of people. - Ability to understand and analyze organizational, campaign training and staff development needs to effectively align the same with training curricula, materials and practice labs.  - Excellent listening skills.  - Ability to effectively utilize Microsoft Word, Power Point, Zoom, and other computer software in order to produce effective training materials. - Ability to handle multiple “priority” projects and meet established timelines. - A self-starter with proven ability to work independently. - Ability to work effectively within a team environment. - Driver’s License and the ability and willingness to travel by airplane. - The ability and willingness to travel and work long and extended hours. The job involves regular travel, away from home, for days at a time.   Physical Requirements: Work is generally performed in an office or training/conference room setting, but may be required to work in other settings conducive to performing the tasks required to complete assignments.  Long and extended hours are sometimes required as well as regular travel is required.    Application Requirements: 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 SEIU, 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.        Relocation costs are not covered by SEIU.     SEIU is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
ID
2020-2932
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(5/1/2020 11:34 AM)
SEIU (Service Employees International Union) Job Title: Organizing Coordinator I                                                   Grade: MGT B, Starting Salary: $75,415/YR Location:  Washington, D.C./ Maryland/ Virginia   Organization Overview:   The 2 million members united in the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) are at the forefront of a movement to build power for working people and empower all workers to form unions, no matter what job they do. SEIU members are from every walk of life, every political party, every background, every faith. They come from communities with their own stories and strengths, and that makes the Union all the more powerful because there’s strength in numbers. SEIU members work across the healthcare spectrum providing high quality care and services. They are the workers who keep our nation’s airports running and make sure landmark buildings are clean and secure. They provide essential public services and give a foundation of learning to our youngest and brightest. SEIU members believe in and are fighting for a Just Society where all workers are valued and all people respected—no matter where they come from or what color they are; where all families and communities can thrive; and where we leave a better and more equitable world for generations to come.    Purpose:   The Organizing Coordinator is responsible for representing and assisting the International Union in carrying out its overall organizing programs with special emphasis on a particular Division industry.  S/he is also responsible for helping to manage multiple organizing campaigns and/or major elements of the SEIU Division Organizing Program; organizing resources offered to locals and/or projects and assisting with overall management of field administration.   Primary Responsibilities: - Supervise, lead, assign, and evaluate staff, including developing individual work plans with staff and overseeing their implementation and evaluation. - Design and implement staff training and development plans and programs. - Recruit, interview and recommend hiring staff. - Review and make recommendations on appropriate allocation of International Union staff and resources. - Formulate and administer organizing plans and campaign budgets including strategic planning, budget development and office administration. Authorizes expenditures within the campaign budget. - Works with Regional Organizing Coordinators to coordinate Division organizing goals with the Organizing and Field Services Regional Program. - Integrates organizing plans with all other headquarter and Field Services programs. Works cooperatively in collaboration with other SEIU local union and International Union staff. - Maintain day-to-day contact with SEIU leadership; works independently to integrate strategies. - Performs other duties as assigned in support of the work of the department. Benefits: SEIU staff enjoy excellent employer-sponsored benefits to include comprehensive health  benefits (major medical, dental and vision coverage) for employees and eligible dependents; domestic partner benefits; competitive compensation; generous holiday and vacation leave policies; and both a pension retirement plan and a 401(k) retirement savings plan.  Contacts: Include SEIU staff, elected leadership; local union leaders; and staff and members; International Union staff and officers.  Change to Win staff; state federation and central labor council leaders and staff; staff of other unions; public officials; and key staff; and leaders.   Direction and Decision Making: This position reports to the Strategic Campaign Coordinator and works independently.   Qualification Requirements:   Education: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.   Experience: At least three (3) years of supervisory experience and five (5) years' of directly related work experience.    Equivalency: A combination of education and experience that would provide for the following knowledge, skills, and abilities:   - Thorough knowledge of labor program planning and development. - Working Knowledge of strategies and techniques used by SEIU to organize and lead division workers. - Knowledge of unions and their issues. - Working Knowledge of bargaining, organizing, and organizational management - Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; ability to make formal presentations and write advocacy papers. - Ability to use personal computer. - Ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds and cultures. - Ability to handle multiple “priority” projects and meet established timelines. - Ability to work effectively with elected leaders and staff in complex and sometime political situations. - Ability to conduct training sessions. - Ability to communicate political and policy priorities to SEIU members.     Physical Requirements: Work is generally performed in an office setting, but may be required to work in other settings conducive to performing the work required to complete the assignment, such as field assignments. Long and extended hours and travel required.     Application Requirements: 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 SEIU, 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.
ID
2020-2945
Job Locations US-NH-Concord
Posted Date 3 months ago(3/6/2020 1:33 PM)
SEIU (Service Employees International Union) Job Title:  Organizing Manager                Grade:  L31 -  Annual Pay: $71,752.51- $103,215.84 Location: Concord, NH (Local 1984)   Organization Overview:   The 2 million members united in the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) are at the forefront of a movement to build power for working people and empower all workers to form unions, no matter what job they do. SEIU members are from every walk of life, every political party, every background, every faith. They come from communities with their own stories and strengths, and that makes the Union all the more powerful because there’s strength in numbers. SEIU members work across the healthcare spectrum providing high quality care and services. They are the workers who keep our nation’s airports running and make sure landmark buildings are clean and secure. They provide essential public services and give a foundation of learning to our youngest and brightest. SEIU members believe in and are fighting for a Just Society where all workers are valued and all people respected—no matter where they come from or what color they are; where all families and communities can thrive; and where we leave a better and more equitable world for generations to come.    Purpose:     Responsible for planning organizing campaigns and other actions local-wide campaigns and be able to direct assigned staff to carry out this plan. Supervise staff in their efforts to  organize new jurisdictions and/or organize internally. To provide services including, identify and develop rank & file leaders, perform field visits, provide education and training to    leaders and members, to do related work as required.   Primary Responsibilities:   - Coordinates and supervises the organizing activities of the organization at all levels. Supervises and assists subordinate organizers and field staff when assigned. Responsible for formulation of policy, strategy, research, campaigns, training, implementation and maintenance of the Association’s Organizing Program. - Represents the organization on matters before the Public Employee Labor Relations Board, and the National Labor Relations Board, including preparation and submission of petitions for election, briefs and pleadings etc., affecting organizing efforts. Represents the organization before the Executive and Legislative branches of state, county or municipal government and other official bodies regarding organizing efforts. - Responsible for Campaign Organizing Plan development, implementation, coordination and monitoring, overseeing and lead a team of field staff and member-organizers to achieve specified organizing goals. - Coordinates staff work loads, program responsibilities, training, communications and other related duties with the President and other designated staff or management personnel. - Assists the Chair of the Organizing Committee to ensure Chapter Elections are conducted in accordance with Federal Law and Association Policy and Constitution.  Works with the Chair of the Organization Committee to determine the necessity of dissolving chapters in Accordance with Association Policy and Constitution. - Responsible for submitting annual department budget and monitoring of same.  - Attends meetings of chapters, committees, the board, the council and the convention and any other relevant body as required to inform and educate the membership and the public on the policies and programs of the association. - Responsible for conducting and winning representation votes, maintaining accurate worksite (building and worker) information, and track worker assignments. Benefits: SEIU staff enjoy excellent employer-sponsored benefits to include comprehensive health  benefits (major medical, dental and vision coverage) for employees and eligible dependents; domestic   partner benefits; competitive compensation; generous holiday and vacation leave policies; and both a pension retirement plan and a 401(k) retirement savings plan.  Contacts: SEIU staff and others related to organizing issues.    Direction and Decision Making: This position works under the general supervision of the Chief Operating Officer.    Supervision Exercised: Directly supervises reviews and evaluates the work product and activities of organizing staff.  Exercises some supervision over clerical regarding special projects, the completion of correspondence, and dissemination and gathering of information     Qualification Requirements:   Education: Four years of college education.   Experience: Four years of practical experience as an Organizer. Proven ability to work with Local Union Leaders or any combination of education and experience, plus five years in a supervisory position. A high level of judgment, leadership and commitment to the goals of the SEA, SEIU Local 1984 along with experience that would provide the following knowledge, skills, and abilities:   - Excellent written and verbal communications skills a must. - Maintain work files and comply with administrative reporting. - Computer competency (Microsoft Office Suite) preferred. - Must be able to work independently with elected leaders.  - Experience in all elements of an organizing campaign, internally and externally, including leading staff, staff supervision, planning, and budgeting. Special Qualifications:   - Requires a driver’s license, auto insurance and automobile. - Willingness to work irregular and long hours and attend required evening and weekend meetings. - Knowledge of NHPELRB and NLRB rules and regulations - Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, including Word and Excel, and Access Physical Requirements: Work is generally performed in an office setting, but may be required to work in other settings conducive to performing the work required to complete the assignment, such as field assignments. Long and extended hours and travel required.   Application Requirements: 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.
ID
2020-2923
Job Locations US-NH-Concord
Posted Date 2 months ago(3/24/2020 2:43 PM)
SEIU (Service Employees International Union) Job Title: Political Director           Annual Pay: $70,345 - $101,192 Location:  Concord, NH (Local 1984)     Organization Overview:   The 2 million members united in the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) are at the forefront of a movement to build power for working people and empower all workers to form unions, no matter what job they do. SEIU members are from every walk of life, every political party, every background, every faith. They come from communities with their own stories and strengths, and that makes the Union all the more powerful because there’s strength in numbers. SEIU members work across the healthcare spectrum providing high quality care and services. They are the workers who keep our nation’s airports running and make sure landmark buildings are clean and secure. They provide essential public services and give a foundation of learning to our youngest and brightest. SEIU members believe in and are fighting for a Just Society where all workers are valued and all people respected—no matter where they come from or what color they are; where all families and communities can thrive; and where we leave a better and more equitable world for generations to come.    State Employees’ Association of NH, Inc., SEIU Local 1984, the largest union in New Hampshire, is looking for candidates who are outgoing, self-directed, organized, intellectually curious, and driven to succeed to fill the Political Director position   Purpose: State Employees’ Association of NH, Inc., SEIU Local 1984, represents over 10,000 public and private sector workers in New Hampshire, all committed to defending and improving the varied and critical services we provide for our state’s citizens.  We work to build a stronger voice for our members.   Primary Responsibilities:   Performs work of a professional and specialized nature related to legislative activity and political education.  Work involves presentation before legislative committees and monitoring of the legislative and executive branches. Performs such other duties consistent with the individual's competency as may be assigned from time to time by the President.  Works closely with President, and Board of Directors, and advises the organization on matters related to legislative and governmental activities.   - Advises Union leadership and management on matters concerning legislative and political issues. - Responsible for the development, coordination and execution of the activities of the Member Political Organizers. - Leads the development coordinates the execution of the Political Action and Legislative plans. - Assists in staff and member leaders in building capacity and membership engagement around political programs. - Supports, provides objectives, and advises the political education committee. - Establishes and maintains relationships with union members, coalitions of elected officials, community leaders, local agencies, and community residents, to increase empowerment and awareness through educational and systematic campaigns. - Attends and participates in meetings involving union staff, Board and Chapters and other meetings as may be required. - Plans and coordinates meetings between members and elected officials to discuss legislative issues and proposals and allow officials to respond to membership concerns. - Confers with legislators and elected officials to emphasize weaknesses or merits of specific bills to influence passage, defeat, or amendment of measure, or introduction of legislation more favorable to Union’s interests. Studies proposed legislation to determine possible effect on interest of Union. - Contacts individuals and groups having similar interests in order to encourage them to also contact legislators and present views. Works in concert with the Communications staff to help shape and prepare news releases, messaging, political communications, and informational pamphlets and may conduct news conferences in order to state Union’s views and to inform public of proposed legislation considered desirable or undesirable. - May attend and represent the Union at state and national association meetings. May instruct individuals or organization members in lobbying techniques.  Encourages Union members and chapters having similar interest to contact elected officials and present views. - May contact regulatory agencies and testify at public hearings to enlist support for union’s interests. - May be legally required to register with governmental authorities as lobbyist and to submit reports of regulated expenditures incurred during lobbying activities.   Benefits: SEIU staff enjoy excellent employer-sponsored benefits to include comprehensive health  benefits (major medical, dental and vision coverage) for employees and eligible dependents; domestic partner benefits; competitive compensation; generous holiday and vacation leave policies; and both a pension retirement plan and a 401(k) retirement savings plan.    Contacts: SEIU staff and others related to political issues.   Direction and Decision Making: Works under the direct supervision of the President.   Supervision Exercised: Exercises some supervision over staff in directing political and lobbying efforts.   Qualification Requirements:   Preferred Qualifications: Juris Doctor or Master’s degree in Labor Employment Relations, Political Science, or Governmental Relations. Three to five years of prior experience in a related field. Experience/ knowledge of NH political and/or legislative landscape and officials. Knowledge of labor employment law and/or State and local governmental and legislative functions.   Minimum Qualifications: Four years of college education leading to a Bachelor's Degree in political science, government history or other comparable field and three years of practical experience as a legislative advocate and/or similar work or any combination.  Ability to effectively communicate with individuals regarding legislation and the legislative process.  Excellent written and verbal communications skills a must.  Computer competency (Microsoft Office Suite) preferred.  Valid driver’s license required.     Application Requirements: 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 SEIU, 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.
ID
2020-2933
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Posted Date 7 months ago(11/7/2019 8:02 AM)
SEIU (Service Employees International Union) Job Title:  Regional Director, Southern California  {Committee of Interns and Residents  (CIR)}       Annual:  $90,000-$100,000/YR                                    Location: Los Angeles, CA (Local 1957 CIR)   Organization Overview:  The 2 million members united in the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) are at the forefront of a movement to build power for working people and empower all workers to form unions, no matter what job they do. SEIU members are from every walk of life, every political party, every background, every faith. They come from communities with their own stories and strengths, and that makes the Union all the more powerful because there’s strength in numbers. SEIU members work across the healthcare spectrum providing high quality care and services. They are the workers who keep our nation’s airports running and make sure landmark buildings are clean and secure. They provide essential public services and give a foundation of learning to our youngest and brightest. SEIU members believe in and are fighting for a Just Society where all workers are valued and all people respected—no matter where they come from or what color they are; where all families and communities can thrive; and where we leave a better and more equitable world for generations to come.    Overview of the Committee of Interns (CIR): The Committee of Interns and Residents (CIR) is the largest House Staff Union in the United States. We are a local of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), representing over 17,000 resident physicians who are dedicated to improving residency training and education, advancing patient care, and expanding healthcare access for our communities. CIR’s mission is to empower our nation’s interns, residents and fellows to fight for excellence for our patients.   Purpose: The Southern CA Regional Director drives and implements CIR’s national agenda at the regional level, developing a regional political and policy program, values-based programming, and assistance with the Union’s organizing program.   Primary Responsibilities: - Oversee membership engagement in the region’s hospital worksites, development of member leaders, negotiation and enforcement of the collective bargaining agreement and development of strategic relationships within the hospital and the community. - Supervised worksite organizers and other staff. - Develops, plans and leads campaigns to address workplace issues affecting our members, patients, or healthcare workers. - Develops and maintains member leader development, membership engagement, and organizes members around contract enforcement at the worksite - Leads collective bargaining in private and public sector chapters through the development of the bargaining team, researches proposals and trains staff on the process. - Provides written communications and reports quarterly to Members, Union Leaders,  Executive Board and CIR staff, as needed - Tracks and maintains accurate records and databases for existing and incoming members. - Supervises, develops and ensures organizing staff are achieving local, statewide and national goals. - Leads and coaches Organizers in membership sign up,  in a challenging open shop environment. Benefits: SEIU staff enjoy excellent employer-sponsored benefits to include comprehensive health benefits (major medical, dental and vision coverage) for employees and eligible dependents; domestic partner benefits; competitive compensation; generous holiday and vacation leave policies; and both a pension retirement plan and a 401(k)retirement savings plan.   Qualification Requirements:   Experience: Four (4) years or more of organizing experience in the labor movement with 2 years of experience managing and supervising staff, to include: - Collective bargaining, contract enforcement, and grievance procedures - Excellent communication skills to connect with highly-educated professionals in pursuit of a common goal - Managing conflict and adversarial situations. - Developing, leading and supporting Organizers on the implementation of strategic campaigns. - Working independently, meeting deadlines and juggling a large workload in a fast-paced campaign environment - Balancing time in the field and day to day administrative work - Possess a valid driver's license and a car; regional travel by car is required - Flexible working outside normal business hours, ability to work in the evenings and weekends, as needed. Application Requirements: A resume and cover letter are required.  Cover letter should explain your reason for wanting to work for CIR, 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 affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. 
ID
2019-2868
Job Locations US-CO-Denver
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(4/28/2020 3:39 PM)
SEIU/Colorado WINS  Job Title: Union Organizer             Annual Salary Pay range: $45,000- $55, 000 Job Location: Denver, Colorado   Organization Overview:   The 2 million members united in the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) are at the forefront of a movement to build power for working people and empower all workers to form unions, no matter what job they do. SEIU members are from every walk of life, every political party, every background, every faith. They come from communities with their own stories and strengths, and that makes the Union all the more powerful because there’s strength in numbers. SEIU members work across the healthcare spectrum providing high quality care and services. They are the workers who keep our nation’s airports running and make sure landmark buildings are clean and secure. They provide essential public services and give a foundation of learning to our youngest and brightest. SEIU members believe in and are fighting for a Just Society where all workers are valued and all people respected—no matter where they come from or what color they are; where all families and communities can thrive; and where we leave a better and more equitable world for generations to come.    Purpose:                                                                     Colorado WINS has been on the cutting edge of building the power state employees in Colorado and fighting for economic, racial, immigrant and environmental justice. We are now hiring organizers in Denver, Colorado for this campaign that will establish collective bargaining rights for 30,000 state employees.      Colorado state employees preserve and protect the things Coloradans love about the state. They are Black, brown, white and Asian and make life better for families and communities. They care for veterans and those with disabilities; maintain the safety and use of state roads and bridges; protect the quality of drinking water and air; provide stewardship to public lands and boost tourism; and provide many other essential services to keep Colorado communities secure and safe.   Primary Responsibilities:   - Conducting broad and intensive outreach efforts to state workers. - Building one-on-one relationships with workers. - Identifying and developing leaders to guide and lead campaigns. - Conducting individual/group meetings with workers to discuss and plan organizing campaigns. - Motivating individual workers and groups of workers to become union members, take action to build their union, and lead other state workers to do the same. - Coordinating with workers to gather information that is useful in identifying opportunities for membership growth and mobilization. - Other duties as assigned Benefits: SEIU staff enjoy excellent employer-sponsored benefits to include comprehensive health  benefits (major medical, dental and vision coverage) for employees and eligible dependents; domestic partner benefits; competitive compensation; generous holiday and vacation leave policies; and both a pension retirement plan and a 401(k) retirement savings plan.    Contacts: SEIU staff and others related to organizing issues.   Qualification Requirements:   Experience: Experience that would provide the following knowledge, skills, and abilities:   - Willingness to work long and irregular hours, including nights and weekends. - Ability and willingness to travel on an occasion basis. - Capacity to work independently and with a team. - The ability to make and follow through on a work plan. - Sharp communications skills. - Basic writing and computer skills. - The ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds. - Willingness to conduct house visits and site visits. - Previous experience in union or community organizing is desirable. - A demonstrated commitment to social justice is required - A car for work purposes, a valid driver’s license and auto insurance are required. - Ability and willingness to travel, as needed.    Application Requirements: A cover letter is required for all applications.  Your cover letter should explain your reason for wanting to work for Colorado WINS, 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.    If offered a position, you will be required to relocate to Denver, Colorado, if you currently do not reside in Denver. Relocation costs are not covered by SEIU.    
ID
2020-2942
Job Locations US-CO-Pueblo
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(4/28/2020 3:39 PM)
SEIU/Colorado WINS  Job Title: Union Organizer            Annual Salary Pay range: $45,000- $55, 000 Job Location: Pueblo, Colorado   Organization Overview:   The 2 million members united in the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) are at the forefront of a movement to build power for working people and empower all workers to form unions, no matter what job they do. SEIU members are from every walk of life, every political party, every background, every faith. They come from communities with their own stories and strengths, and that makes the Union all the more powerful because there’s strength in numbers. SEIU members work across the healthcare spectrum providing high quality care and services. They are the workers who keep our nation’s airports running and make sure landmark buildings are clean and secure. They provide essential public services and give a foundation of learning to our youngest and brightest. SEIU members believe in and are fighting for a Just Society where all workers are valued and all people respected—no matter where they come from or what color they are; where all families and communities can thrive; and where we leave a better and more equitable world for generations to come.    Purpose:   Colorado WINS has been on the cutting edge of building the power state employees in Colorado and fighting for economic, racial, immigrant and environmental justice. We are now hiring organizers in Pueblo, Colorado for this campaign that will establish collective bargaining rights for 30,000 state employees.      Colorado state employees preserve and protect the things Coloradans love about the state. They are Black, Brown, White and Asian and make life better for families and communities. They care for veterans and those with disabilities; maintain the safety and use of state roads and bridges; protect the quality of drinking water and air; provide stewardship to public lands and boost tourism; and provide many other essential services to keep Colorado communities secure and safe.   Primary Responsibilities:   - Conducting broad and intensive outreach efforts to state workers. - Building one-on-one relationships with workers. - Identifying and developing leaders to guide and lead campaigns. - Conducting individual/group meetings with workers to discuss and plan organizing campaigns. - Motivating individual workers and groups of workers to become union members, take action to build their union, and lead other state workers to do the same. - Coordinating with workers to gather information that is useful in identifying opportunities for membership growth and mobilization. - Other duties as assigned Benefits: SEIU staff enjoy excellent employer-sponsored benefits to include comprehensive health  benefits (major medical, dental and vision coverage) for employees and eligible dependents; domestic partner benefits; competitive compensation; generous holiday and vacation leave policies; and both a pension retirement plan and a 401(k) retirement savings plan.    Contacts: SEIU staff and others related to organizing issues. Qualification Requirements: Experience: Experience that would provide for the following knowledge, skills, and abilities:   - Willingness to work long and irregular hours, including nights and weekends. - Ability and willingness to travel on an occasion basis. - Capacity to work independently and with a team. - The ability to make and follow through on a work plan. - Sharp communications skills. - Basic writing and computer skills. - The ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds. - Willingness to conduct house visits and site visits. - Previous experience in union or community organizing is desirable. - A demonstrated commitment to social justice is required - A car for work purposes, a valid driver’s license and auto insurance are required. - Ability and willingness to travel, as needed. Application Requirements: A cover letter is required for all applications.  Your cover letter should explain your reason for wanting to work for Colorado WINS, 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.  If offered a position, you will be required to relocate to Pueblo, Colorado, if you currently do not reside in Pueblo.  Relocation costs are not covered by SEIU.
ID
2020-2943
Job Locations US-MO-Kansas
Posted Date 3 months ago(2/18/2020 4:34 PM)
NFFWU/SEIU Job Title: UNION ORGANIZER, Fight for $15 and a Union Campaign Salary: $48,000/YR Location: Kansas City, Missouri   Organization Overview:   The 2 million members united in the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) are at the forefront of a movement to build power for working people and empower all workers to form unions, no matter what job they do. SEIU members are from every walk of life, every political party, every background, every faith. They come from communities with their own stories and strengths, and that makes the Union all the more powerful because there’s strength in numbers. SEIU members work across the healthcare spectrum providing high quality care and services. They are the workers who keep our nation’s airports running and make sure landmark buildings are clean and secure. They provide essential public services and give a foundation of learning to our youngest and brightest. SEIU members believe in and are fighting for a Just Society where all workers are valued and all people respected—no matter where they come from or what color they are; where all families and communities can thrive; and where we leave a better and more equitable world for generations to come.    Purpose:   SEIU National Fast Food Workers Union (NFFWU) is seeking energetic and passionate individuals interested in starting social justice careers in labor organizing.   NFFWU is working to expand the movement and deepen the successful fight to raise employment standards and unite workers in organizing their union in the fast food industry through national, state and community campaigns.    NFFWU is affiliated with the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), which has more than 2 million members in the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico, and is united with those union members in a shared belief in the dignity of workers and a commitment to a more just and humane society.   Primary Responsibilities:  - Conducting broad and intensive outreach efforts to fast food workers and other non-union workers. - Building one-on-one relationships with workers. - Identifying and developing worker leaders to guide and lead campaigns. - Conducting individual and group meetings with workers to discuss and plan organizing campaigns. - Motivating individual workers and groups of workers to engage in actions to build their union. - Engaging workers in broader union efforts to bring pressure to bear on industry sectors. - Coordinating with workers to identify opportunities for membership growth and mobilization. - Working to involve community allies in organizing campaigns. - Additional duties and responsibilities, as needed, to raise employment standards and unite workers in organizing their union.   Compensation: Salary and benefits are set by collective bargaining agreement.  Salary is $48,000 annual and benefits include $550/month car allowance, a cell phone allowance, comprehensive health benefits, major medical, dental and vision for employee and eligible dependents, generous holiday and vacation policies, and a 401(k) Plan. This position is a salaried, over-time exempt position.    Required Qualifications:    - Demonstrated commitment to social justice and grassroots organizing. - Excellent listening skills and the ability to comprehend the concerns of others. - Develop and carry out work plans. - Strong verbal communication skills. - Basic writing and computer skills. - Work with people from diverse backgrounds. - Willingness to conduct home and worksite visits. - Manage your time independently and carry out required responsibilities with minimal supervision. - Work long and irregular hours, including nights, weekends and holidays. - Motivate and activate others. - Strong problem-solving skills. - Possession of a valid U.S. driver’s license, proof of auto insurance and automobile for business use. - Basic map navigation skills a plus. - If offered an SEIU NFFWU Kansas City-based position, you will be required to relocate to Kansas City, Missouri.   Application Requirements: A cover letter is required for all applications.  Your cover letter should explain your reason for wanting to work for SEIU NFFWU, provide an example of how you demonstrated success in a similar position, and describe how this position fits into your long-term career plan.      The SEIU NFFWU is an Equal Opportunity employer that values and respects the diversity of its staff.  Women and people of color are encouraged to apply.
ID
2020-2911