Firelands Workers United/Trabajadores Unidos and Firelands Workers Action/Acción de Trabajadores build multiracial working class power in Washington state’s rural timber counties to campaign for a fair economy. Firelands’ base of hundreds of working families throughout the region includes mill workers, cannery workers, house cleaners, nurses, school workers, mothers, seasonal and unemployed workers, tenants and mobile homeowners who are Spanish speakers and English speakers. Our campaigns advance programs and policies that benefit workers, including union jobs caring for people and the land, healthy and affordable housing, healthcare, childcare, and a fair tax system. Firelands’ organizational structure is one of shared leadership with wages and benefits in line with our values and in relationship with working-class people in rural Washington.
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About Firelands Workers Action/Acción de Trabajadores & Firelands Workers United/Trabajadores Unidos
The Development Manager innovates and carries out Fireland’s fundraising efforts and participates in shaping Firelands’ strategy together with staff and member leaders, developing a culture of pride and collective ownership for Firelands’ mission and resourcing needs. Firelands' approach to fundraising is rooted in our values of economic justice. The Development Manager is a full-time, exempt position that reports to the Executive Director.