Here is your weekly update of Wisconsin Voices Table Partners’:
Events and Announcements
- State Voices 2020 National Convening – Save the Date!
- League of Women Voters Wisconsin Needs Volunteers
- Milwaukee Riverkeepers Upcoming Events
- First Stage Presents – Gretel! and The Legend of the Paper, Rock, Scissors
- State Voices (table Wisconsin Voices) is Hiring
- African American Roundtable/Liberate MKE is Hiring
- State Voices is Hiring
- Southside Organizing Center is Hiring
- Wisconsin Conservation Voices is Hiring
- 9to5 is Hiring
- Citizen Action is Hiring
- The Progressive, Inc. is Hiring
- United States Census Bureau is Hiring
We need your help! League of Women Voters Wisconsin is recruiting volunteers from across the state to serve as election observers during the April 7 Election. Volunteer Election Observers help ensure we have a fair election by watching for signs of voter disenfranchisement and intimidation and by monitoring the way Wisconsin’s election laws and procedures are being applied. Even if you only have a couple of hours on Election Day, you can still make a difference.
You don’t need to be a League member to volunteer for this position. Sign up here to be an election observer today!
4/18 – Annual Earth Day Celebration w/ Rock the Green
State Voices is Hiring
State Voices is seeking a full-time candidates for the following positions for its table – Wisconsin Voices:
The Data Director is responsible for providing training and support for partner organizations to take a data-driven approach to integrating voter contact tools into their organizing and voter outreach work. The Data Director also supports their staff by using data to inform the collective strategic planning process. The Data Director serves at the direction of the State/Deputy Director. Compensation: $60,000 – $70,000 and includes a full benefits package. Benefits for eligible State Voices employees include but are not limited to: 100 % employer paid dental and vision insurance, 75% employer paid medical insurance, 401(k) savings plan with employer match, paid vacation, leave, sick, and parental leave. To Apply: Please send your resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to: [email protected] To ensure your submission is properly routed, your subject line should be: “Wisconsin Voices Data Director Position.” Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled. No calls please.
The Data Manager is responsible for providing training and support for partner organizations to take a data-driven approach to integrating voter contact tools into their organizing and voter outreach work. The Data Manager also provides demographic analysis and program evaluations to inform the collective strategic planning process. The Data Manager works at the direction of
the State Director, Deputy Director, and/or Data Director. Compensation: $47,000 – $62,000 and includes a full benefits package. Benefits for eligible State Voices employees include but are not limited to: 100 % employer paid dental and vision insurance, 75% employer paid medical insurance, 401(k) savings plan with employer match, paid vacation, leave, sick, and parental leave.
To Apply: Please send your resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to: [email protected] To ensure your submission is properly routed, your subject line should be: “Wisconsin Voices Data Director Position.” Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled. No calls please.
African American Roundtable is Hiring
Canvassers African American Roundtable is looking for dedicated and energized Canvassers to join our team to expand our outreach in the community with a focus on the 2020 Census and Spring elections. The ideal persons should have community engagement experience. Canvassers will have meaningful conversations in the community to engage residents and activists on local elections and the census. All work must be tracked and accounted for. This position will not require you to ask for donations or make sales pitches. There will be training and skill development opportunities for those interested in building their skill sets in community engagement, grassroots activity on legislative issues, and electoral action. This is a limited-term position that will last for 10 weeks. Salary: The hourly rate is $16/hour and gas stipends will be available. This position tentatively starts February 20, 2020 and ends April 23, 2020. The position is for 25-30 hours a week. Position is based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and reports to the Lead Organizer. To Apply: Please complete the application at http://bit.ly/AARTcanvasser.
State Voices is Hiring for several positions.
- Chief Strategy Officer
- Chief Talent Officer
- Chief Financial Officer
- Deputy Director of Resource Development Training
- Deputy Director of State Capacity Building
- Civic Engagement Data Manager
- Civic Engagement Manager
- State Capacity Building Manager
- Digital Communications Manager
Please click here to view open positions and full job descriptions.
SOC is hiring
- Living & working through Social Justice
- Working with (grassroots organizing) and for (advocacy) near Southside residents to ensure their neighborhoods are safe, livable and economically vibrant
- Ensuring residents have a voice, vote and vehicle to work together
- Working together as a wider Milwaukee community
Click here for open positions and full job descriptions.
Wisconsin Conservation Voices is Hiring
Wisconsin Conservation Voices is seeking to fill the following positions.
Candidates should have experience in program management and nonpartisan voter engagement and a passion for voter access. This person will manage a program focused on voter registration in traditionally underrepresented communities in Madison and Milwaukee. We are looking for a motivated leader who is goal-driven, detail-oriented, and able to build and maintain relationships. Open Positions:
- State Director for Registration
- Madison Voter Registration Director
- Milwaukee Voter Registration Director
Please visit here for full job descriptions and instructions to apply.
9to5, National Association of Working Women seeks an experienced bi-lingual (English/Spanish) Digital Organizer II for the Wisconsin chapter. This organizer will primarily work in Racine and Milwaukee working on our statewide paid family and medical leave insurance (FAMLI) campaign, childcare campaign, census and voter engagement work. The work includes member and leader development and civic engagement efforts. Candidates should have deep, proven roots in the social media sphere and understand how to disseminate content for maximum impact. You will focus on our 2020 Census and voter engagement work as well as local campaigns and building membership. This is currently a one-year funded project. Click here for full job description. Salary and Benefits: Full-time annual FTE salary $40,200. Excellent health and family benefits. This position is a bargaining unit position in the 9to5 staff union. www.9to5.org To apply: Send resume, letter of interest and list of references to [email protected] with WI Organizer II in the subject line. Application deadline is January 15, 2020. The interview/hiring process will begin in early January. Click here for full job description.
- Regional Canvasser
- Civic Engagement Organizer
- Statewide Field Director
- 5 Regional Field Organizer in the following regions:
- Eau Claire/Chippewa Valley Region
- Northcentral WI: Marathon/Portage/ Surrounding Counties
- Fox Cities Region
- La Crosse/Coulee/Driftless Region
- Milwaukee/Racine/Kenosha areas.
The Progressive magazine is seeking an industrious Office Manager to join our business team in publishing this historic, nationally-read print and online magazine. The office manager works under the direction of the publisher and the editor-in-chief. They perform duties as required to maintain smooth functioning of the office, including acting as front-desk receptionist, staffing phones, maintaining office equipment, handling mail, and organizing reports for the Board of Directors and for the Progressive Media Project. The office manager coordinates events in conjunction with other business staff, including Progressive Media Project workshops, Fighting Bob Fest events, and fundraisers. They maintain calendars of key projects for the organization, publisher, and editor, and assist with projects and correspondence as needed and directed. This is a full-time, union-salaried position based in Madison, Wisconsin. Compensation package includes: Starting salary $32,000 annually, fully covered health insurance, plus a generous vacation and 401K plan. To apply, please email cover letter and resumé as a single PDF- titled ‘Office_Manager – Last Name, First Name’ to: [email protected] Applications received by January 22 will be guaranteed consideration. The position will be open until filled.
United States Census Bureau is Hiring
Webinars, Trainings and Quizzes
|The Lookbook Check out the Brand new State Voices Lookbook HERE! Don’t see yourselfor your table represented? Don’t despair — contact Steven and Jordan to find out if you’ve turned in everything needed to get into the next update!|
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