About Firelands Workers Action/Acción de Trabajadores & Firelands Workers United/Trabajadores Unidos
Firelands Workers Action/Acción de Trabajadores and Firelands Workers United/Trabajadores Unidos are multiracial, multilingual working-class organizations building power in rural Washington State. We organize for an economy that benefits workers and the lands and waters we call home. We are in an exciting period: expanding our base, leaders and staff capacity, solidifying our membership structures, and growing our campaigns. We are hiring three new staff members to bring vision, drive, warmth, wisdom, and experience to help grow our organization into a force to be reckoned with.
We are seeking passionate and skilled candidates for the following positions:
- Organizing Director: coaching and guiding the organizing team to develop member-leaders who build the base and carry out campaigns; partially remote & partially in person. 32 hours/week as full time.
- Director of Organizational Health: directs development, finance and operations to steward our resources and organizational structure; partially remote & partially in person. 32 hours/week as full time.
- Narrative & Media Strategist: designs and manages an exciting new project to shift narratives across multiple regions in rural WA state; partially remote & partially in person. 32 hours/week as full time.
- Donor Organizer: a part-time temporary contract position to build and maintain relationships with our amazing donors; option to be remote.
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More about us: Once a region with powerful worker organizing, the timber counties on Washington State’s rural coastline have seen decades of disinvestment and decline. We face high unemployment, housing shortages, health disparities, living-wage job shortages, divisive politics, and crumbling infrastructure. Our livelihoods, lands, and waters are at risk. The rich and powerful in our state rake in billions while we wonder how we’ll pay for rent or healthcare. We are organizing for an economy and good jobs caring for our people and place - and our people have a fire in the belly. Our base is primarily low-wage workers who work in mills, canneries, healthcare, childcare, logging, and more. We organize in Spanish and English to unite workers across sector, race, and generation to build power and campaign for transformational policies and programs – healthy, affordable housing, childcare and healthcare, dignity for workers, tenants and immigrants, good jobs in natural resource sectors, and righting our state’s rigged tax system to invest in communities.
Firelands and our fiscal sponsors are equal opportunity employers; we do not discriminate in employment on the basis of actual or perceived race, religion, color, national origin, age, sex, genetic information, the presence of a sensory, physical, or mental disability, marital status, honorably discharged veteran or military status, citizenship or immigration status, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking, political ideology or any other status or characteristic protected by local, state or federal law. People of color, immigrants or first-generation citizens, formerly incarcerated people, people with disabilities, women and LGBTQ people are strongly encouraged to apply.