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OneAmerica is hiring! Check out these positions and become a part of our power building movement.

Current Openings:

TEMP: Development Administrative Assistant

OneAmerica is seeking a Temporary Development Administrative Assistant. The Temporary Development Administrative Assistant will be responsible for entering gifts in the organization’s donor database, producing gift receipts, and general administrative support of the Development team as assigned.

The position is based in our Seattle office and reports to the Development Manager and will conclude April 7, 2020. OneAmerica is also hiring a Part-Time Development Assistant and the Temporary Development Assistant would be welcome to apply for the long-term position.

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Senior Political Manager

OneAmerica is looking for an experienced political organizer who is passionate about developing relationships and building grassroots political power in immigrant and refugee communities. The Senior Political Manager will drive an ambitious program to build a base of leaders including candidates, elected and grassroots leaders to fight for bold progressive political and policy change at the local, state and national. The Senior Political Manager will lead the strategy and work of the organization political strategy including supporting our 501 C4 arm, OneAmerica Votes and will directly lead our candidate recruitment and training program in partnership with the New American Leaders program and develop the strategy and focus of our electoral and civic engagement field work. This is an exciting opportunity to develop a long-term political agenda that advances power in immigrant and refugee communities in Washington State with a focus on organizing for political power and leadership development.

Reporting directly to the Deputy Director, this position will manage and oversee our Civic Engagement Manager and a team of canvassers derived from our base communities while serving on the Senior Management Team in order to ensure the political strategy is deeply tied to OneAmerica and OneAmerica Votes organizing, communications and policy advocacy work.

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Development Administrative Assistant

OneAmerica is seeking a part-time Development Administrative Assistant to join the Development team. The Development Administrative Assistant will be responsible for entering gifts in the organization’s donor database, producing gift receipts, and general administrative support of the Development team as assigned. You will have opportunities to learn skills around nonprofit fundraising and participate in organizational training activities. The position is based in our Seattle office and reports to the Development Manager.

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English Innovations Coach

The English Innovations Coach is a leader who facilitates classes and instructs adult learners using the English Innovations curriculum. The position is 20 hours a week for one class cycle (March-June 2020). The English Innovations Coach increases access to economic and leadership opportunities for low-income adult immigrants. This position is based in Des Moines, WA, partnering with Midway Elementary School to implement classes that integrate English language acquisition, digital literacy, and community engagement for immigrant parents. The English Innovations Coach facilitates and leads classes for low-income, immigrant adults who are looking to gain the necessary skills to further their integration in the U.S. The EI Coach will also conduct student outreach, intake and referrals to other OneAmerica activities and leadership opportunities for EI participants. The member will recruit and coordinate volunteer tutors who support the classes. This position is contingent upon funding.

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English Innovations Coordinator

OneAmerica seeks a creative, self-motivated, and relational project manager to support the implementation and expansion of the established English Innovations model as an organizing strategy in Washington State. The ideal candidate is a confident, conscientious leader who has the commitment and ability to build relationships, and manage multiple priorities with impeccable follow-through. The English Innovations Coordinator plays a key role in OneAmerica’s mission by implementing an adult literacy model that integrates community building with language learning while supporting a constituency of English learner leaders who will advocate for change. This position coordinates the implemenClick tation of classes, develops curriculum, conducts assessments and evaluation, and ensures fidelity to an integrated model aligned with OneAmerica’s strategic vision. This position is based at OneAmerica’s Seattle office and works with the OA team to build an integrated model that builds power in immigrant and refugee communities in King County, and across Washington State. The English Innovations Coordinator will be responsible for the overall implementation and coordination of a successful program that increases the participation of immigrants and refugees in OneAmerica’s vision.

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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 and encourages women and people of color 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.