America Votes is the coordination hub of the progressive community, leading collaborative efforts among a diverse coalition of more than 400 state and national partner organizations to advance progressive policies, win elections, and protect every American’s right to vote. America Votes works nationally and in more than 20 states to provide a range of services to partners, including strategic planning, advocacy and electoral campaign coordination, data tools and targeting services, and on-the-ground leadership in key states. For more information about America Votes, visit www.americavotes.org .
COMMITMENT TO RACIAL EQUITY
America Votes is committed to advancing racial equity through organizational systems and policies that are consistently tested, evaluated, and updated. Some organizational priorities include:
Building reflective and equitable state and national networks and partnerships.
Increasing engagement of state-based groups building power in communities of color in the planning process.
Expanding the Community Power Builders program, designed to support organizations led by and working in communities of color as they emerge into the 501(c)(4) space.
America Votes sees its commitment to racial equity as an integral part of its success. Applicants are encouraged to reflect on how they see themselves contributing to America Votes’ work on advancing racial equity.
America Votes Florida is seeking a well-organized self-starter for the 2020 election cycle as a full-time position as Program and Data Manager. The Florida Program and Data Manager plays a key role in the advancement of the progressive movement in the state. America Votes utilizes and offers its partner organizations a range of voter file, data, and targeting services. We seek an individual with a combination of technical and political skills to join the growing data team to support the management of these services and work with state partner groups and stakeholders. America Votes is also responsible for the year-round coordination and alignment of electoral, organizing, advocacy, and policy work among partners and allies. This position will also support program implementation and reporting across the state coalition, including working directly with America Votes partners and allies in the state. This position works closely with the State Data Director and reports to the State Deputy Director.
This position is based in Florida, office location negotiable.
Work with partner organizations using the voter file and other technologies to support, enhance, and execute programs.
Support the Data Director in data presentation development. Must be comfortable visualizing data and summarizing findings using a variety of tools for a wide range of audiences.
Work with consultants and other AV staff responsible for the acquisition, enhancement, manipulation, and management of voter and member data.
Work with the Data Director to manage voter file access for AV partner organizations. This includes administration and security, training end-users, and providing technical assistance as needed.
Strategic planning assistance – support coalition partners through the development of campaign plans (electoral, voting rights, and issue campaigns), providing technical and organizing assistance, responding to programmatic requests, and participating actively in long-range strategic planning for the Florida progressive movement.
Support coalition coordination by tracking organizational programs, monitoring benchmarks, providing technical assistance, and identifying gaps in collective strategy.
Support events of America Votes partners and allies including coalition meetings, trainings, and direct voter contact activities.
Support the creation and development of written reports and products to tell the story of Florida and support the coalition.
Spirit of service and problem-solving attitude.
Other responsibilities as assigned.
Experience working with underrepresented and/or historically marginalized communities, preferably in campaign or organizing settings.
Candidates should have an understanding of common direct voter contact programs and experience using data to inform plans.
Strong VAN or other database skills are required.
Must be comfortable using spreadsheets, and should have a working knowledge of: pivot tables, filters, text to columns, and creating simple charts using Excel or a similar tool.
Candidates must have a willingness and aptitude to seek out and learn new technical skills.
Excellent communication and time management skills, with attention to detail.
Must be a self-starter willing to work long irregular ‘campaign-style’ hours and to travel as needed, especially during campaign season. The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated history of persistence and resourcefulness in solving technical and data problems.
Positive attitude and a sense of humor.
Standout candidates will have experience with at least one of the following: mapping tools (QGIS, etc), visualization tools (Power BI, Tableau, Periscope, etc), SQL (comfortable with SELECT, WHERE, GROUPBY), R, Python, advanced Excel functions (VLOOKUP, SUMIF, INDEX(MATCH)).
Knowledge of and experience with Florida political landscape and/or independent expenditure political campaigns.
Experience implementing field campaigns.
Experience implementing digital campaigns.
This position runs through December 31, 2020. Salary is commensurate with experience, $4,100 - $5,000 per month. Benefits include health, dental, vision and 401(k).
Please submit a copy of your resume, a cover letter and three references to the application form found here: https://americavotes.org/jobs/?job_id=85d13449-4323-40f3-a929-47fbaef32686
If you experience any technical difficulties with our application form, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that only applications received through the application form will be considered; please do not email us your application materials.
America Votes is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse, inclusive and equitable workplace. America Votes does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, veteran status or any other protected category under local, state or federal law.
University of Wyoming - Dept. of Family & Consumer Sciences
The Department of Family and Consumer Sciences at the University of Wyoming invites applications for an Assistant Lecturer in Family and Consumer Sciences with a Human Development and Family Science focus; a nine-month academic year, non-tenure track position with eligibility for a fixed-term with rolling contract appointment.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Primary responsibilities include teaching undergraduate courses in areas such as child development, intimate relationships, family relationships, professionalism and communication in family and consumer sciences, and family decision making and resource management. In addition, the individual will be expected to advise/mentor undergraduate students and provide service to the department, college, university and discipline.
Complete the online application and upload the following for a complete application:
Letter of application/statement of interest
Contact information for three professional references (name, title, address, phone, and email)
Start date: January 2021 or as negotiated.
Review of applications will begin September 7 and continue until position is filled. Nominations and expressions of interest will be held in confidence.
Contact information: Alyssa McElwain, PhD Search Committee Chair
email@example.com or 307-766-5248
HIRING STATEMENT: UW is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Educator and Employer. We are committed to a multicultural environment and strongly encourage applications from women, minorities, veterans and persons with disabilities. In compliance with the ADA Amendments Act (ADAAA), if you have a disability and would like to request an accommodation to apply for a position, please call 307-766-2237 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Oregon Health Authority
Job number: REQ-44318
NOTE: To be considered for this position you must complete an online application at the link provided below under “HOW TO APPLY”.
This is a full-time, permanent management service position and is not represented by a union.
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), HIV, STD and TB Section in Portland, OR is recruiting for an exciting opportunity to help people live healthy lives. The AIDS Drug Assistance Program Manager will lead Oregon’s AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP). The ADAP is a state administered public health program authorized under the US Health Resources and Services Administration, Ryan White Part B Program. Oregon’s ADAP provides financial assistance to people living with HIV to ensure access to life saving medications, medical services and dental care. Oregon’s ADAP is referred to as the CAREAssist Program.
What will you do? As the AIDS Drug Assistance Program Manager , you will lead a diverse team of 14 dedicated caseworkers, and fiscal operations and administrative staff to provide equitable CAREAssist services throughout Oregon; improve or establish program processes, guidelines, standards and policies to achieve program goals; and assure compliance with state and federal rules and laws as required by funding entities. You will assess systems and identify and carry out initiatives, which aim to improve health outcomes and assist persons in achieving HIV viral suppression. You will monitor budgets and contracts and ensure fiscal controls. You will share responsibility and oversight of the CAREAssist 340B Drug Pricing Program. As a member of the HIV/STD/TB leadership team, you will collaborate with peers and other public health professionals to achieve the goals of End HIV Oregon .
In addition, you will maintain, build and strengthen program partnerships inside and outside of the organization to ensure coordination of service delivery and access for diverse populations. You will lead and participate in planning with team members within the Public Health Division, local health departments, community-based partners, medical and pharmacy providers, and most importantly, persons living with HIV to develop and improve programs that meet vital community needs and have measurable impact across Oregon’s HIV continuum of prevention and care.
What are we looking for?
Minimum requirements: Six years of supervision, program management, or professional-level experience managing a public health program. This experience must have included at least two years of supervision and management of a public health program, section, or unit which included: A) development of program rules and policies, B) development of long- and short-range goals and plans, C) program evaluation, and D) budget preparation. (NOTE: A bachelor's degree in human and social services, public health, community health or a field related to the program may be substituted for three years of the required experience but will not substitute for the two years of specialized experience.)
Preference will be given to applicants with a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in human and social services, public health, community health or a field related to the program.
Demonstrated successful leadership experience, including an understanding of how to effectively address needs, delegate, give and receive feedback and produce exceptional outcomes.
Experience implementing employee engagement and development programs successfully.
Experience evaluating and assessing the impact of strategic fiscal and program issues.
Experience managing federal grant-funded programs; writing, negotiating and administering contracts; and overseeing budgets and other finance processes.
Preference will be given to applicants with experience working on grant programs funded by the CDC, HRSA, or experience working with Ryan White and ADAP programs.
Experience or knowledge of health systems of care (such as pharmacy benefits, medical, insurance systems or services).
Experience developing data driven initiatives that address health disparities among vulnerable or marginalized populations.
Experience working with communicable disease prevention or care programs.
Experience promoting health equity and inclusion and applying a health equity lens to policies and practices.
Demonstrated successful experience engaging stakeholders.
Experience promoting a culturally competent and diverse work environment.
How to Apply
To view the announcement and apply, please visit the following link:
Cyndi Phipps-Roman 503-945-6377
1350 13th Avenue Columbus, Georgia 31901
It's fun to work in a company where people truly believe in what they are doing!
WRBL in Columbus, Georgia is seeking a Broadcast Engineer/IT Specialist. This position will support all live Broadcast and Post Production /Editing equipment in a digital television facility. The ideal candidate must be able to excel in a fast paced environment, work well under pressure and be solution-oriented. Strong verbal and written communication skills are a critical component of this role.
Responsibilities and Skills:
Installation and Maintenance of Television Broadcast and Information Technology Equipment.
Thorough computer skills, a must.
Mac OS & Final Cut Pro experience a plus
Excellent troubleshooting and problem solving skills are essential. Applicant should be comfortable troubleshooting computer systems and electronics at the component level.
General understanding of digital video formats is important
Working knowledge of LAN/WAN/VPN networking, Video over IP and VOIP technologies is useful
Must be able to read technical drawings/documentation
Knowledge of satellite, microwave and fiber transmission technologies.
In addition to working well independently, must also work well as part of a team. Ability to work well with people at all levels, professions and disciplines
Must be well-organized, detail-oriented and possess excellent oral and written communication skills including a predisposition to providing excellent customer service.
Strong analytical and organizational skills to effectively prioritize work and resolve issues. Excellent reasoning skills in order assist in troubleshooting problems.
Ability to follow verbal instructions while involved in high-pressure situations, being pro-active and relating information in a concise manner during critical situations.
Must be able to work highly varied and flexible hours in support of live news events (i.e. nights, weekends, and holidays).
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Employee must be able to Walk, Sit & Stand for long periods of time, Lift & Carry 80 lbs, bend, squat, reach, stretch, climb up and down ladders, use fingers, hands and arms for extended periods of time in repetitive motions.
Full-time Employee Benefits include Vacation, Sick, Personal, Medical, Vision, Dental, Life, 401k etc. after a respective waiting period
Degree in Engineering, Electronics Technology, Computer Science or related Job Field.
Engineering, Electronics Technology, Computer Science experience
Television Technology is a plus
Required license or certification:
Valid Driver’s License with a Good Driving Record.
How to Apply:
EOE M/F/D/V No Calls Please.
Candidates must consent to a Background and MVR Screening.
Qualified Candidates must use this Link to Apply & Attach your resume.
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