Hiring Immediately – $31-$50/hr, Full-time & Part-time
Fight for affordable housing in San Francisco! No Fundraising!
San Francisco is home to one of the worst housing crises in the country. In order to dramatically increase access to affordable housing in the city, we will be collecting signatures to get a measure on the ballot in November. This charter amendment will increase the supply of affordable housing units and ensure that contractors pay their workers reasonable wages.
We’re urgently hiring campaign staff to gather petition signatures from voters! Petitioners are paid hourly to canvass at busy public places and ask voters to sign a petition saying they want the chance to vote on the issue.
Our team’s success and wellbeing is essential to the work we do. That’s why we invest in our people with industry-leading pay and benefits, rigorous training and support, great advancement opportunities, and an equitable workplace that values each person’s humanity and voice. We believe when you invest in people, they thrive. This is not a contract position.
Get paid well! Petitioners earn a range of $31-50/hr. We offer generous bonuses for attendance and performance (up to an extra $750 a week) and also offer unlimited overtime opportunities. Additionally we offer transportation and data stipends (up to $120 a week) to help offset the cost of commuting, access to 100% company-covered healthcare benefits and opportunity for rapid advancement.
Stay Safe! We have strict health and safety protocols that include a vaccine policy and contactless approach to campaign work. We provide all of the training and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) you will need. We offer opportunities to collect signatures with teammates and do not require staff to petition after dark.
Apply here: https://www.theoutreachteam.net/interest-form-tot/?SC=MovementBuildersPetition
Locations: San Francisco, CA
We are committed to equity, inclusion, and anti-racism. We are an equal opportunity employer and we strongly encourage Black, indigenous, people of color, women, people with previous felony convictions, members of the LGBTQIA+ community, and others who identify with underrepresented groups to apply.