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Seeking Campaign Nonviolence Outreach Assistant

Posted by Ryan Hall
03.23.18

Seeking Campaign Nonviolence Outreach Assistant

Pace e Bene Nonviolence Service is a non-profit organization working to foster a just and peaceful world through nonviolence education, community-building, and action.  We are seeking to contract with an experienced self-starter qualified to carry out systematic outreach via phone and email to help Campaign Nonviolence meet its goal of a minimum of 2,000 nonviolent actions (marches, rallies, demonstrations, etc.) to take place in all 50 states during the fifth annual Campaign Nonviolence Action Week, September 15-23, 2018.

Position requirements and responsibilities: The outreach organizer will report to Campaign Nonviolence’s Outreach Coordinator.  Using Campaign Nonviolence’s contact lists and database, the contractor will reach out to CNV’s local promoters and action organizers to secure commitments to organize one or more nonviolent actions in their area. Applicant would need to provide their own computer.

Preferred qualifications: Passion and support for the Pace e Bene mission and vision to foster a just and peaceful world through nonviolence education, community-building, and action; Commitment to nonviolence; Self-motivated; detail oriented; familiarity and ease with computers including working with Microsoft office products and Google Docs. They must be based in the United States and available for weekly check-ins with the Executive Director and our outreach coordinator via phone or video chat.  Ability to work remotely and independently is a must.

Hours/Pay: This is a part-time six-month independent contractor position from roughly April 1 to October 1, 2018, in which the contractor will work 10 hours/week at $15.00/hour.  No other benefits or compensation is available and as a contractor no taxes will be withheld from paychecks.

If you are interested in being part of our small, dynamic, and growing organization committed to nonviolence and social change, applicants should send the following to info+cnvorganizer@paceebene.org by April 1, 2018:

  • A few paragraphs explaining why you are right for the position including any experience you have in nonviolent movements.
  • A resume including past work and organizing experience.
  • What is your current commitment toward nonviolence?
  • Two references we may talk to about your qualifications.
  • Provide relevant contact information, name, address, phone, email and be available for several phone/skype interviews.

About Campaign Nonviolence

A project of Pace e Bene Nonviolence Service, Campaign Nonviolence is a long-term initiative to foster a culture of nonviolence connecting the dots between peace, economic equality, racial justice and environmental healing.  Campaign Nonviolence programs include the Nonviolent Cities Project, the Thousand Nonviolence Training Project, and the annual Campaign Nonviolence Action Week.

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