Communications Coordinator

The Advocacy Communications Coordinator works closely with the Poverty Action Director to implement our legislative and advocacy-focused communications and media efforts, with a special focus on engaging community members in our activities. This position leads our efforts to change the narrative about what it means to live in poverty in Washington state, ensuring that our campaign messaging strategies build toward our long-term goal of a more systemic narrative about poverty. Poverty Action organizes with a racial equity lens and believes that those most impacted by poverty should lead our work. Our communications efforts are core to our organizing strategy; this position is responsible for creating and coordinating opportunities for community members to engage in our communications work throughout the year.

The Communications Coordinator is a full time (40 hours per week) Union position starting at $26.39 per hour plus benefits

Community Organizer

The Community Organizer at Poverty Action is a motivated self-starter who also works collaboratively to develop and implement the grassroots organizing strategy for the Statewide Poverty Action Network – coordinating our electoral work, our statewide listening sessions, and our civic engagement campaigns. This position also leads our volunteer recruitment and intern and coordination efforts, building a network of people and organizations taking action to eliminate root causes of poverty. This position is an integral part of our team, helping ensure that our legislative and electoral campaigns resonate with low-income communities and communities of color, and creating opportunities for action and leadership.

The Community Organizer is a full time (40 hours per week) Union position starting at $24.09 per hour plus benefits.

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