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Position Title:     Community Organizer
Location: ​   Cleveland and other Ohio Communities
Classification:        Exempt    
Compensation:     Base $35,000 - $42,000 salary/yr
Benefits:    Eligible for health and retirement benefits after 3 months           
Reports To:        Organizing Director
Rev. Date:        March 22nd, 2017

Overall Position Summary
The Community Organizer is responsible for establishing relationships within a nuclear plant staff community. The Community Organizer will be expected to engage the staff one-on-one in informal and formal settings, as well as in group settings and through various plant affiliations, societies, and organizations. Through engagement, the Community Organizer will cultivate a culture of activism and volunteerism and translate that - primarily through the Atomic Action app - into direct constituent advocacy. The Community Organizer will report directly to the Organizing Director.

Specific Responsibilities & Authority
  • Identify and coordinate with  ANS, NAYGN, organized labor, and other plant social groups
  • Establish communication and leadership structures
  • Provide excellent front-end training and ongoing development of volunteers
  • Cut turf, coordinate resources, maintain superb volunteer follow up, and provide excellent real-time leadership for student canvasses
  • Provide clear and consistent data weekly to analyze effectiveness of action tactics and evaluate project progress
  • Maintain appropriate social media presence to support community outreach efforts

General Responsibilities
  • Become proficient in pro-nuclear talking points and organizational messaging
  • Deliver training curriculum to volunteers; provide feedback on the volunteer training curriculum.
  • Participate in and oversee on-ground organizational field activities
  • Other duties as assigned by the Organizing Director

Qualifications
  • Flexible, motivated, self-starting; able to work with limited supervision
  • Strong planning and organizational skills, with the ability to multi-task and prioritize requests to meet deadlines
  • Strong moral character and sound judgement; must be able to work scrupulously with volunteers
  • Polished interpersonal and oral communications skills
  • High level of attention to detail and accuracy
  • Familiarity with database and CRM software; proficiency in spreadsheet and word processing software
  • Some experience in social media platforms and curating web content
  • High school diploma required, bachelor degree or prior election/movement building experience strongly preferred

Work Schedule
40 hours per week; schedule will be varied as the work dictates

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