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Office and Project Manager – Oakland, CA

Organization: Earth House

Position Title: Office and Project Manager

Location: Oakland, CA

Hours & Compensation: 10 to 40 hours per week, still being determined

Application Deadline: Open until filled

Organization Overview:

Earth House ( is especially focused on creating and implementing models for strategic communication, authentic leadership, and transformative systems to foster responsible solutions to social, political, economic and environmental problems. Our Breakthrough Communities Initiative ( is committed to building healthy, just, and sustainable communities in an age of global warming — through education, training and multi-media communication tools, as well as fostering multiracial, multicultural leadership for sustainable metropolitan communities in California, the US, and globally. We work with the private sector, government officials, NGOs, community leaders, and faith-based groups to foster metropolitan regional equity. We promote innovative approaches and policies to ensure that all communities in a metropolitan region share equitably in its resources and opportunities, and engage communities in planning for future generations. Our work demonstrates that a viable economy, a healthy environment, and social equity are mutually reinforcing, and provide the framework for planning and resource allocation to achieve truly sustainable communities.


The Office and Project Manager is the primary support staff member at Earth House as well as the initial contact for people outside the organization, including funders, partners and members of the media. This individual is responsible for receiving, creating, disseminating, and guaranteeing team access to a broad spectrum of reports, project materials, and communications assets. The Office and Project Manager must be able to juggle multiple priorities while managing contractors and vendors and working collaboratively to meet deadlines. A broad and working knowledge of environmental and economic justice issues is a plus. The person in this position is the right hand of and reports directly to the Executive Director.


This position will require strong project management skills for overseeing production processes associated with the timely creation of print and web versions of varied communications materials and assets. Project management will also apply to the movement of various grants through the process of application, delivery on target outcomes, and timely reporting. Courtesy and a professional presentation are paramount.


  • Associates or Bachelor’s degree a plus, but equivalent experience equally valuable
  • 1-2 years’ experience working in a non-profit, union or community-based organization
  • Proven excellence in writing, editing and designing communications materials
  • Capacity to establish goals and priorities along with the ability to manage multiple projects to achieve deadlines
  • Demonstrated expertise in computer applications and business process listed herein
  • Prefer social and environmental justice experience and an understanding of the political and media landscape of the San Francisco Bay area

How to Apply: 

Please complete our application form at

and make sure to describe your experience with the Highrise CMS, and any use of project management tools, like Gantt Charts or Smartsheets. Candidates will be asked to demonstrate experience in creating both written and visual communications materials using desktop and common cloud-based internet software tools such as MS Word and Excel, Photoshop, Gmail, Google Docs and Calendar, Constant Contact, Facebook, and Twitter.

Contact Information:

5275 Miles Ave, Oakland, California, 94618

Job URL:

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