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Mar 27 / BARD CEP

Campaign Organizer-Baltimore, MD

Organization: Food & Water Watch

Position Title: Campaign Organizer

Location: Baltimore, MD.

Hours and Compensation: $425-600 per week; $85+ per day for part time schedules.

Application Deadline: Not listed.

 

Job Description:

Since 2005 Food & Water Watch has advocated for common sense policies that will result in healthy, safe food and access to safe and affordable drinking water. We have utilized original research and grassroots organizing to effectively change both corporate and governmental policies to better protect the public. To help bolster public participation in the legislative process we are hiring field organizers. We are looking to add to our team of passionate, highly motivated activists to help fight hydro-fracking along with number of other public health issues!

Duties & Qualifications

The duties of the campaign organizer will be to educate the public on critical consumer and environmental issues and to help build strength in numbers to effect policy changes. We are looking for exceptional candidates with excellent verbal communication skills, a background in environmental, public health, or consumer issues, and a passion for social justice and progressive change. We offer leadership training and advancement opportunities for qualified individuals and ensure that all staff members develop valuable political advocacy skills.

Hours 2-10pm Monday through Friday Part time schedules are available for the same hours 3-4 days per week.

Compensation and Benefits $425-600 per week; contingent on performance and leadership responsibilities. $85-120 per day for part time schedules. Excellent benefits package including medical, dental, and vision insurance as well as paid sick and vacation days available after six months of employment. Advancement and career opportunities are available for qualified individuals

How to apply:

Call our office at (410) 394-7654 to schedule an interview or email our staff director at scompton@fwwatch.org.

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