California Organizer, Jobs to Move America

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We seek a talented and motivated organizer to join the team as the California Organizer for Jobs to Move America. Jobs to Move America is a national non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring that the billions of public dollars spent on public transit systems create better results for our...

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TEAMSTERS LOCAL 2010 UNION REPRESENTATIVE – SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

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Union Overview Teamsters Local 2010 is pleased to announce the Union Representative – Southern California position to be filled as soon as possible. This position offers a unique opportunity to represent administrative and allied staff workers employed by the University of California. The...

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Exciting Opportunity for Development Director for Social Justice Publication

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Labor 411 - www.labor411.org Labor 411, the nation's #1 savvy shopping guide that makes it easy for consumers to live their values with every dollar they spend, is seeking to hire a Director of Development to provide strategic direction, oversight, and coordination of efforts to establish and...

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Administrative Position/Representation Department

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UNITE HERE Local 11 represents approximately 20,000 workers in the hospitality industry throughout Southern California.  They are housekeepers, food servers, cooks, dishwashers, bartenders and many other employees in the tourism and food service industries. Local 11 has a proud history of...

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EXCITING OPPORTUNITY FOR CAMPAIGN DIRECTOR

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The Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy (LAANE) has been at the forefront of the economic justice movement in L.A. since 1994.  LAANE is recognized as a national leader in the effort to address the challenges of working poverty, inadequate health care and polluted communities through a...

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DEFENSE REPRESENTATIVE II (APPRENTICE)

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The Association For Los Angeles Deputy Sheriff’s Inc. (ALADS) is seeking to fill the position of DEFENSE REPRESENTATIVE II SALARY RANGE: $5,168 - $6,402/Monthly DEFINITION: Under general direction, performs a wide variety of administrative staff work requiring specialized knowledge of the...

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DEFENSE REPRESENTATIVE I (TRAINEE)

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The Association For Los Angeles Deputy Sheriff’s Inc. (ALADS) is seeking to fill the position of DEFENSE REPRESENTATIVE I SALARY RANGE: $4,649 - $5,760/Monthly DEFINITION: Under general direction, performs a wide variety of administrative staff work requiring specialized knowledge of...

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EXCITING OPPORTUNITY FOR NATIONAL ORGANIZING DIRECTOR

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Jobs to Move America (JMA) is a national campaign that aims to maximize the value of U.S. tax dollars spent on public transit investments to create good U.S. jobs, investments in strong apprenticeship and training programs, career opportunities for people facing barriers to employment, and access...

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

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BRANDING AND WEBSITE REDESIGN PROJECT Jobs to Move America (JMA) seeks a motivated marketing and communications consultant to produce branding guidelines, print and online graphics, and basic website pages. The ideal candidate should be able to produce a wide variety of graphics, and maintain...

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Field Services Director

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JOB TITLE: Field Services Director FLSA STATUS: Full-Time, Exempt POSTING DATE: 03/07/2016 CLOSING DATE: Until Filled EXPECTATION FOR ALL EMPLOYEES Support the organization’s mission, vision, and values by exhibiting the following behaviors: excellence, competence, collaboration,...

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