Georgia Organizing Coordinator

Website Poder Latinx

The Georgia Organizing Coordinator will manage staff, develop strategy, implement programming, foster relationships as it pertains to the mission and vision of PL. This will include managing the various organizing campaigns PL has in this particular region. The position also entails fostering relationships with community leaders, key institutions, and elected officials.

The Georgia Organizing Coordinator reports directly to the State Director but may include reporting to other national staff through a matrix management approach.

 

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Manage organizing campaigns;
  • Manage assigned organizers with organizing campaigns by way of coaching, guidance, and interpersonal development
  • Conduct and/or facilitate leadership development trainings, power mapping, strategic planning, and relevant organizing tools to strengthen on the ground base building
  • Grow Poder Latinx Membership
  • Create and foster partnerships with a variety of individuals, organizations, media, and other entities as necessary to advance Poder Latinx agenda
  • Work with English and Spanish media
  • Provide input and content for PL for social and web media formats
  • Act as a representative of PL in coalition, C3, and C4 groups as needed and requested
  • Assisting with fundraising efforts for PL under the supervision of management
  • Work on additional tasks and opportunities that may arise during the year
  • Prepare and submit reports of job activities on a daily, weekly or monthly basis as required
  • Prepare and manage administrative matters such as but not limited to HR, payroll, accounting, and other types of reports required under

Qualifications

  • Proven successful record of setting and achieving goals
    Multiple community organizing campaigns experience is necessary
  • Experience designing direct actions and mobilizations with directly impacted community
  • Experience directly managing a team of up to 5
    Demonstrated experience building, nurturing, and maintaining diverse and effective alliances and collaborations; proven ability to work collaboratively and foster collaboration, trust, and partnership in the high-pressure environment of campaigns
  • Excellent organizational skills and communication (written and oral) skills in both English and Spanish, as well as cultural competence and the ability to communicate effectively with people representing diverse interests, styles, and backgrounds;
  • Proficiency with MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Experience in utilizing VAN or other online voter file tools and online networking and collaborative tools a plus.
  • Ability to be flexible and understanding with changes
  • Reliable transportation

Salary
USD 50,000 – USD 60,000

Benefits
Benefits package including health, dental, and vision insurance, paid time off, a 401K plan with an employer match, and a COVID-19 telework stipend.

 

To apply for this job please visit www.idealist.org.