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During this time of COVID-19 (coronavirus), OneAmerica will be embracing a creative spirit and adapt our hiring practices to all job openings by going virtual. Job applications and interviews will be reviewed and scheduled to accommodate social distancing measures. All positions listed here will continue to remain open until filled. Check out the positions and become a part of our power building movement.

We currently have 4 open positions:

Yakima Organizer

Employment Type: Full-Time
Salary Range: $42,712.80-$49,278

OneAmerica is seeking an organizer based in the Yakima Valley to successfully support our Yakima organizing and base-building work, developing leaders who will harness collective power to shape and inform policies that impact agricultural workers and rural immigrant communities in Washington. The Yakima Organizer plays a key role in OneAmerica’s mission by identifying, recruiting, and training leaders in the Yakima community who will generate people-led political power for progressive change.

The Yakima Organizer will report to the Organizing Director, co-direct the Democracy Campaign Team, and be
responsible for recruiting and developing leaders to help drive OneAmerica’s regional and state-wide campaign
and electoral work, working in close partnership with other members of the organizing team and education
campaign team. While OneAmerica’s work is always responsive and adaptive to the interests of our members,
this base of leaders is currently supporting Washington’s Voting Rights Act, noncitizen voting, and equitable redistricting, among other issues.

The ideal candidate will bring a strong anti-racist and power analysis to this work, using their relational
leadership skills to build trust while also challenging others to grow into their power. This position is based in
Yakima, WA with some travel to Seattle, Olympia, or other areas in the state.

Read the full job description and learn how to apply here. 

Organizing Fellowship Manager

Employment Type: Full-Time
Salary Range: $50,000-$60,000

Reporting to the Organizing Director and supervising the Early Learning Organizer, the Organizing Fellowship Manager will lead and help the continued development of OneAmerica’s David Ayala’s Fellowship with a focus on building the movement around Early Learning Education and Care.

The successful candidate will be a strong project manager with a deep understanding of organizing. This person will be dedicated, self-motivated, creative, and eager to join a results-oriented team to advance immigrant communities’ power.

Read the full job description and learn how to apply here. 

Education Coalition Manager

Employment Type: Full-Time
Salary Range: $50,000-$60,000

OneAmerica is seeking a new Education Coalition Manager to successfully launch, nurture, grow, and activate a broad state-wide coalition of early childhood and K-12 education leaders to harness their power and drive systemic change in Washington’s education systems from cradle to career. The Education Coalition Manager will play a key role in OneAmerica’s mission by expanding a coalition of education leaders and providers, community-based organizations and grassroots leaders to be the leading voice on issues at the intersection of education and immigrant justice. The Education Coalition Manager will work to integrate and merge shared interests and outcomes from early childhood to K-12 education and grow this coalition into a robust state-wide force of power brokers, ensuring accountability by legislators and decisionmakers in developing equitable, anti-racist policies for all children in Washington state.

The Education Coalition Manager will report to the Senior Policy Manager and will be responsible for the organizing, facilitation, staffing, coordination, and continued growth and impact of OneAmerica’s new statewide Education Coalition. Building upon an initial King County cohort of 20-40 K-12 education leaders, the Coalition Manager will work toward a vision of cradle-to-career with a robust, powerful, state-wide coalition led by immigrant and cross-racial BIPOC communities in driving more equitable policies and outcomes for young children and students in Washington state.

The ideal candidate will bring a strong anti-racist and power analysis to this work, using their skills as a confident, relational leader to build authentic relationships while navigating the challenges of coalition work with precision and clarity. This position is based in our Seattle, WA office and may include frequent travel across the state to engage stakeholders in coalition work.

Read the full job description and learn how to apply here.

Early Childhood Policy Manager

Employment Type: Full-Time
Salary Range: $50,000-$60,000

OneAmerica is seeking an Early Childhood Policy Manager to drive and implement the organization’s newly expanded state-based early childhood advocacy agenda. The Early Childhood Policy Manager will play a key role in OneAmerica’s mission by building the organization’s expertise and influence to identify, analyze, advocate for, and win equitable,
policies rooted in racial equity for all children in Washington state. Working in close collaboration with members of the early childhood campaign team, the Early Childhood Policy Manager will effectively drive priorities that emerge at the nexus of OneAmerica’s grassroots and grasstops strategies.

The Early Childhood Policy Manager will report to the Senior Policy Manager and will be responsible for developing and analyzing OneAmerica’s Early Childhood policy priorities among elected officials, public agency leadership, grassroots leaders and other partner agencies. Working in close collaboration with the Education Coalition Manager, Early Learning Organizer and OneAmerica’s Early Childhood fellows, the Early Childhood Policy Manager will effectively
translate priorities from OneAmerica’s base of leaders as part of co-leading the early learning campaign team to ensure that these are reflected in policy solutions. This position will work at the intersection of immigration and early childhood policy.

The ideal candidate will be a savvy policy professional who is able to anticipate opportunities and roadblocks and effectively strategize a path forward. Leading with a strong racial equity and power analysis, this person will bring a disciplined and creative spirit to the work, centering relationships while also driving accountability of elected and public officials. This position is based in our Seattle, WA office but will include frequent travel to Olympia, WA, particularly during legislative session.

Read the full job description and learn how to apply here.

 


About us and our benefits:

OneAmerica is a Seattle-based nonprofit whose mission is to advance the fundamental principles of democracy and justice by building power in immigrant communities. Our strategies include grassroots organizing, policy advocacy, immigrant integration programs and civic/electoral engagement. Our family of organizations consists of OneAmerica (501(c)3), OneAmerica Votes (501(c)4), OneAmerica Votes Justice Fund and the OneAmerica Justice for All PAC (our State and Federal PACs). Our work today is more important than ever, and OneAmerica is growing and becoming stronger to meet our current political challenges.

OneAmerica is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We strongly encourage women, people of color, people with disabilities, and LGBTQIA candidates to apply. We are committed to being a responsible, ethical employer and offering strong benefits, including:

  • Comprehensive health, vision, dental, life, short- and long-term disability and supplemental AFLAC insurance;
  • Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
  • 403(b) retirement plan
  • 5 weeks paid time off
  • Paid family leave
  • ORCA transit card or vehicle stipend
  • Opportunities for sabbatical
  • We are committed to employee growth and advancement, including opportunities for professional development.