Neighbor to Neighbor is hiring!

Neighbor to Neighbor is hiring 2 Regional Coordinator positions: Centeral/Eastern Massachusetts Regional Field Coordinator & Western Massachusetts Regional Field Coordinator

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Neighbor to Neighbor Central/Eastern Massachusetts Regional Field Coordinator Job Description

Neighbor to Neighbor is seeking a Central/Eastern Massachusetts Regional Field Coordinator to co-develop, lead on strategies, and tactics to advance the organization’s priority campaigns in our Central/Eastern Massachusetts chapters in Worcester,  and Lynn. 

The successful candidate will be a proven community, labor, or political organizer. The successful candidate is adept at the art and science of leveraging time, resources, and relationships into concrete campaign victories that build power with and for LGBTQ+, women, immigrants, the working class, and communities of color. The Central/Eastern Massachusetts Regional Field Coordinator will directly supervise the Worcester, and Lynn Area Organizers. They will work with the organizers to set basebuilding metrics, troubleshoot organizing issues, and collaborate with the organizers to build power in the two cities, and in the region. This position reports to the Co-Executive Directors. 

About Neighbor to Neighbor 

We are the New Majority: people of color, immigrants, women, and the working class on a path to liberation. N2N’s statewide membership organizes to put people, and the planet before profit. In an era of income inequality, environmental degradation, and racism, our chapters build power to confront this triple crisis in Massachusetts. We fill the ballot boxes with our votes. We fill the streets with our voices. We seed the new alternatives that put power, and decision-making in our hands. We are certain that a new world is possible, and that we are the ones to build it. Our website.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Supervising, and supporting the Worcester, and Lynn Area Organizers.
  • Leading direct organizing work, co-creating strategic campaigns with the Area Organizers, and developing workplans, and benchmarks in collaboration with the Area Organizers.
  • Representing the organization in regional coalition spaces. 
  • Work with the Development Director to set annual fundraising goals, and to cultivate a list of 30 donors.
  • Collaborate with the Co-Executive Directors, and Development Director in providing information for grant writing, and reporting.

Qualifications: We’re seeking candidates who excel in relationship-building, come from an organizing background, and have strong management and supervision skills. This includes:

  • Working for racial, economic, gender, and environmental justice. You consistently integrate a deep understanding of key racial, economic, gender, and environmental equity concepts into work projects and interactions. You address the structural implications and disproportionate impacts of policies, activities, and decisions on race, class, and other group identities within the context of job responsibilities and projects.
  • Proven success as an organizer, and movement builder. You have a history of building alignment based on values and long-term vision that has resulted in advanced campaigns that have won, or moved the issue to the forefront. Your previous work includes conceptualizing, building and playing a leadership role in transformative organizing campaigns, field expansion efforts, and/or collaborations designed to make strategic interventions in a field or sector 
  • Ability to align and move people into action. You communicate your ideas, and plans in ways that build credibility, inspire, align people, and motivate action. You have experience with identifying the appropriate asks of individuals, creating commitments, and mutual accountability. 
  • Ability and desire to work in a fast-paced environment, and manage workflow across teams and the region. You prioritize and switch gears quickly between multiple projects. You successfully plan and coordinate workflow across teams, consistently meeting deadlines, and motivating others to do the same. 
  • Great sense of humor. You complement rigor, and high standard with an ability to encourage fun, and laughter in a team environment. 
  • Three to Five years experience in community, labor, environmental, or grassroots electoral organizing – including member recruitment, leadership development, and campaign organizing strongly preferred.
  • Experience managing organizing teams preferred.
  • Fluency in Spanish or Portuguese preferred.

Salary and Benefits: The salary range for this position is $50,000-$60,000. We make a particular effort to recruit LGBTQ+, women, and BIPOC (black, indigenous, people of color) folks to apply for open positions.

How to apply: Please email a cover letter, and resume with references to n2nma@n2nma.org with the title of the position in the subject line.

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Neighbor to Neighbor Western Massachusetts Regional Field Coordinator Job Description

Neighbor to Neighbor is seeking a Western Massachusetts Regional Field Coordinator to co-develop, lead on strategies, and tactics to advance the organization’s priority campaigns in our Western Massachusetts chapters in Springfield,  and Holyoke. 

The successful candidate will be a proven community, labor, or political organizer. The successful candidate is adept at the art and science of leveraging time, resources, and relationships into concrete campaign victories that build power with and for LGBTQ+, women, immigrants, the working class, and communities of color. The Western Massachusetts Regional Field Coordinator will directly supervise the Springfield, and Holyoke Area Organizers. They will work with the organizers to set basebuilding metrics, troubleshoot organizing issues, and collaborate with the organizers to build power in the two cities, and in the region. This position reports to the Co-Executive Directors. 

About Neighbor to Neighbor 

We are the New Majority: people of color, immigrants, women, and the working class on a path to liberation. N2N’s statewide membership organizes to put people, and the planet before profit. In an era of income inequality, environmental degradation, and racism, our chapters build power to confront this triple crisis in Massachusetts. We fill the ballot boxes with our votes. We fill the streets with our voices. We seed the new alternatives that put power, and decision-making in our hands. We are certain that a new world is possible, and that we are the ones to build it. Our website.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Supervising, and supporting the Springfield, and Holyoke Area Organizers.
  • Leading direct organizing work, co-creating strategic campaigns with the Area Organizers, and developing workplans, and benchmarks in collaboration with the Area Organizers.
  • Representing the organization in regional coalition spaces. 
  • Work with the Development Director to set annual fundraising goals, and to cultivate a list of 30 donors.
  • Collaborate with the Co-Executive Directors, and Development Director in providing information for grant writing, and reporting.

Qualifications: We’re seeking candidates who excel in relationship-building, come from an organizing background, and have strong management and supervision skills. This includes:

  • Working for racial, economic, gender, and environmental justice. You consistently integrate a deep understanding of key racial, economic, gender, and environmental equity concepts into work projects and interactions. You address the structural implications and disproportionate impacts of policies, activities, and decisions on race, class, and other group identities within the context of job responsibilities and projects.
  • Proven success as an organizer, and movement builder. You have a history of building alignment based on values and long-term vision that has resulted in advanced campaigns that have won, or moved the issue to the forefront. Your previous work includes conceptualizing, building and playing a leadership role in transformative organizing campaigns, field expansion efforts, and/or collaborations designed to make strategic interventions in a field or sector 
  • Ability to align and move people into action. You communicate your ideas, and plans in ways that build credibility, inspire, align people, and motivate action. You have experience with identifying the appropriate asks of individuals, creating commitments, and mutual accountability. 
  • Ability and desire to work in a fast-paced environment, and manage workflow across teams and the region. You prioritize and switch gears quickly between multiple projects. You successfully plan and coordinate workflow across teams, consistently meeting deadlines, and motivating others to do the same. 
  • Great sense of humor. You complement rigor, and high standard with an ability to encourage fun, and laughter in a team environment. 
  • Three to Five years experience in community, labor, environmental, or grassroots electoral organizing – including member recruitment, leadership development, and campaign organizing strongly preferred.
  • Experience managing organizing teams preferred.
  • Fluency in Spanish or Portuguese preferred.

Salary and Benefits: The salary range for this position is $50,000-$60,000. We make a particular effort to recruit LGBTQ+, women, and BIPOC (black, indigenous, people of color) folks to apply for open positions.

How to apply: Please email a cover letter, and resume with references to n2nma@n2nma.org with the title of the position in the subject line.