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Gender Justice LA Hiring Announcement
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Job Title: Campaign Coordinator
Status: Full-Time, Non-Exempt (40 hours/week)
Pay Rate: $30/hr
Location: Los Angeles, CA (hybrid work-from-home, local travel required)
Reports To: Program Director
Projected Start Date: TBD
Two year contracted position
13 paid holidays, sick leave, 10 days PTO, 403(b) retirement plan with employer match after 2 years, medical/dental/vision/life/AD&D/LTD insurance, FSA, EAP, pet insurance.
The Campaign Coordinator will lead and implement campaign activities, programming, communications, objectives and grant deliverables through our Health & Wellness initiative.
Primary responsibilities include:
- Design and planning of campaign projects; or planning to enhance and expand an existing campaigns.
- Implementation of project activities designed to meet project goals and outcomes.
- Work with evaluation contractors and contractors to develop and complete requirements of project evaluation plans.
- Participate in program requirements, including TA sessions (related to program evaluation and additional areas for capacity building, as determined based on project needs).
- Maintaining project documentation and fulfilling reporting requirements for contractor and CDPH. Complying with all legal and regulatory requirements in terms of data and information privacy and program administration.
- Strong campaign organizing background. Ex: policy campaigns, community initiatives, health campaigns, advocacy campaigns, etc . Not voting or political parties campaigns, or 501c4 activities.
- Excellent organization skills along with the ability to prioritize tasks and meet deadlines.
- Experience with project management and up to date software.
- Access to teleworking hybrid virtual tools.
- Existing relationship and experience with the transgender, gender non-conforming and intersex community, 2S, non-binary, gender expansive community.
- Excellent communication skills
- Ability to pivot as needed
- Takes and leads direction
- Experience with project management and teleworking software (such as Zoom, Monday.com, Google Drive, etc)
- Regular access to a car or another form of reliable transportation
- Fluency in Spanish or other language related to our work preferred
About Gender Justice LA:
Gender Justice LA (GJLA) is a grassroots social justice organization led by and for gender non-conforming, two spirit, Black, Indigenous, trans people of color in Los Angeles. GJLA is building a strong grassroots multi-racial coalition of transgender people and allies to advocate for our rights, win concrete improvements in our lives, and challenge oppression.
We do our work so that our communities can: resist oppression, develop community responses to violence, heal from present & historical trauma, and come together in ways that feel brave & affirming.
GJLA is a fiscally sponsored project of Community Partners.
About Community Partners:
Community Partners’ mission is to accelerate ideas into action to advance the public good by offering expert guidance, essential services, and a strong dose of passion to help foster, launch, and grow creative solutions to community challenges. For almost 30 years, hundreds of individuals, groups, foundations and other institutions have worked with Community Partners to create new nonprofit projects, establish coalitions, and manage major philanthropic initiatives to benefit the region.
As a condition of employment, all employees must be up to date on COVID-19 vaccinations to be in compliance with Community Partners’ COVID-19 Vaccination Policy. New employees must provide documentation as to their vaccination status 48 hours before their start date unless they are approved for an accommodation due to a medical reason or a sincerely held religious belief.
Community Partners® is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce. In addition, the organization will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring.