SEIU Local 503

SEIU Local 503

Worker Organizing Campaign Coordinator

Based in Portland, OR

SEIU Local 503 is Oregon's union of 72,000 nursing home, homecare, child care and other care providers, public and non-profit workers. We are part of the 2 million member Service Employees International Union (SEIU), committed to building power for low-wage workers and engaging in social and economic justice issues facing working families, from accessible, affordable housing to immigrant rights. We wage big campaigns to win better wages, healthcare and more secure jobs to help ensure that workers--not just corporations and CEOs--benefit from today’s global economy.

Organizing Campaign Coordinator
The Campaign Coordinator supervises the union’s worker organizing staff as part of an innovative new campaign to unite thousands of private sector homecare workers across Oregon in our union. This is a statewide position that could be based in Portland, Eugene or Salem.

Required Skills and Experience:
5-7 years of union and/or community organizing experience; demonstrated success as a supervisor, including training and developing staff and a history of holding staff, leaders, and self-accountable to high standards of performance; experience waging comprehensive campaigns utilizing worker, political, regulatory, communications, legal and community components; the ability to work effectively with other departments within the union and with minimal supervision; and a demonstrated commitment to organizational equity and inclusion. Bilingual (Spanish, Vietnamese or Russian/Ukrainian) preferred.

Comprehensive fully paid health, dental and vision benefits for employee and eligible dependents, domestic partner benefits, generous holiday and vacation policies, a monthly car allowance ($335-$450) and cell phone allowance ($80), and a 15% employer-paid defined contribution 401K. Compensation range is based on experience, $70,380 - $93,744.

How to Apply:
Submit a cover letter describing your interest in the position and a résumé in one attachment (PDF preferred) by e-mail to Lisa Hubbard, Organizing Director: HubbardL@seiu503.org. Label your document(s) as follows: Your Last Name, Your First Name and Coordinator. (Example: Parks, Rosa Coordinator)

SEIU 503 is committed to increasing racial equity in our movement and organization, integrating racial justice and equity in to the work we do, and ensuring an inclusive organizational culture. We strongly encourage and seek applications from people of color, as well as members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer communities.

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