Leadership recruitment, development, and training
Turnout to membership events and activities
Organizing membership meetings
Supporting contract campaigns
Community support; developing relationships with neighborhood or advocacy organizations
Electoral and political organizing
Other duties as assigned
A strong commitment to social justice and the goals and principles of our union
Ability to travel and work long and irregular hours, including weekends, early mornings and evenings as needed, and to work away from home for extended periods.
Ability to develop and carry out work plans with minimal supervision
Ability and skill to assist SEIU HCII to meet its goals of organizing and representing workers successfully
Ability to balance conflicting demands successfully to complete duties in a broad range of areas and to carry out assigned and required tasks in a competent and professional manner, in keeping with SEIU HCII's overall goals and expectations.
Ability to work with local union leaders and directors on organizing programs
A willingness to move according to the needs of the organization
An ability to work well with people of varied background
Must be able to handle multiple “priority” projects simultaneously and meet established deadlines
A high level of judgment, ability to take initiative, to work with a team
Ability to work extremely independently while remaining accountable and responsible to member leadership, senior staff, and organizational goals
The ability to strategize and implement plans in the context of a campaign
General computer literacy with the ability to be trained as needed
Preferences: Bilingual English/Spanish is a plus
Compensation: Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. Benefits included.
With 1.9 million members, the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) is the fastest-growing labor union in North America. Together...