Communications Organizer

Position Description

Our power is in our stories. Over the past two years, NOC’s organizing has grown exponentially, driven by the commitment, authenticity, and vision of our communities.  As we look towards 2017, NOC is hiring a new communications organizer to work with our team in building intersectional public narratives that reflect the lives, brilliance, priorities, and leadership of people of color and Native and Indigenous peoples. This position will report to the communications director and work closely with field organizers to develop digital presence for our campaigns and help build leaders who can develop media skills and share their stories.

Successful candidates will have strong written and verbal communications skills and basic computer proficiency. Preferred skills include photography, videography, graphic design, and experience with HTML and databases.

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Political Director

Position Description

Neighborhoods Organizing for Change (“NOC”) is hiring a full-time political director to lead on the front-lines of building political power towards justice in under-resourced communities and communities of color. NOC is in a moment of extraordinary growth and momentum, and we seek a high-level, experienced individual with a commitment to movement-building and grassroots leadership.

The NOC political director will harness the energy of NOC’s dynamic community work to build a political program that integrates and connects issue campaigns, electoral politics and grassroots organizing. We seek a long-term strategic thinker who understands politics as a means to build power for under-resourced communities and communities of color. This political director will be responsible for co-visioning, designing, and winning leader-driven campaigns to elect accountable community members to office, directing an efficient and fiscally sound PAC infrastructure and broadly advancing issues of racial and economic justice.

This is a full-time senior staff position with competitive compensation relative to experience and ability and to include excellent benefits. To apply please send electronic cover letter, resume and three references attention Anthony Newby, Executive Director, care of danyale@mnnoc.org with the subject line POLITICAL DIRECTOR.

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Development Director

Position Description

Neighborhoods Organizing for Change (“NOC”) is hiring a full-time development director to lead the sustainable resourcing of NOC’s work on the front-lines of building power towards justice in communities of color. NOC is in a moment of extraordinary growth and momentum, and we seek a high-level, experienced individual with a commitment to movement-building and grassroots leadership.

This is a full-time senior staff position with competitive compensation relative to experience and ability and to include excellent benefits. To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter to Anthony@mnnoc.org and info@mnnoc.org.

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