Press Secretary, Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO

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The Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO, is the second largest labor council in the country representing more than 300 local unions and hundreds of thousands of rank-and-file union members. The Federation is a model for the nation of how a central labor body can transform the labor...

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Organizing Apprentice for Immigrant Organizing Project

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The Immigrant Organizing Project is for individuals interested in a career working for social justice as a Union Organizer, particularly with immigrant workers. Selected applicants will be on the front lines of the LA labor movement’s efforts to engage immigrant workers who may be eligible for...

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Part Time Communications Specialist, LAANE

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Jobs to Move America seeks a Communications Specialist for a part-time, one year position (continuation depending on available funding).  We are hiring a talented communicator to assist with our campaign for good jobs in transportation and manufacturing, by developing external and internal...

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Contract Administrator, Unite Here

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Description:   CONTRACT ADMINISTRATOR Job Responsibilities (include but are not limited to the following): ●  Update and maintain contracts ●  Maintain contract files ●  Maintain strict deadlines ●  Manage translations of contracts ●  Complete multiple responsibilities on a...

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Port Trucking Legal Fellow, LAANE

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The Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy (LAANE) is seeking a qualified attorney to work on the Campaign for Clean and Safe Ports as the Port Trucking Legal Fellow. Founded in 1993, LAANE is a leading advocacy organization dedicated to building a new economy for all. Combining in-depth...

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Workforce Development Specialist, Jobs to Move America

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Jobs to Move America seeks a full-time Workforce Development Specialist. We are hiring a talented and motivated person to assist in developing and implementing workforce development program focusing on transportation manufacturing jobs. We are seeking a qualified professional who will be able to...

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Organizer Representative, AFSCME Local 1902

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AFSCME Local 1902 recognizes that the Water Sector has vast opportunities for organizing throughout Southern California.  We are looking for a driven individual who shares our desire to ma Local 1902 the leader in the Water Sector worker representation.  See link for full job...

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Lead Organizer, LAANE

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Lead Organizer Jobs to Move America seeks a full-time Lead Organizer with a background in manufacturing. We are hiring a talented and experienced organizer to assist in leading our organizing campaigns in transportation manufacturing. We are seeking a qualified professional who will be able to...

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Regional Director, California, Unite Here Health

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Unite Here Health is searching for a Regional Director for California- based in the Los Angeles Office Brief Description of Role: This bilingual, mission driven, empathic leader is engaged in all aspects of the California region. The Director meets regularly with and presents to staff,...

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Campaign Researcher, Unite Here 11

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UNITE HERE Local 11 is recruiting a full-time Campaign Researcher to conduct research, develop strategy, and move campaigns to win justice for low wage workers. This is an entry to mid-level position available in Los Angeles.   UNITE HERE Local 11 represents more than 20,000 workers employed in...

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