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monday 28th of january 2019

Full time social justice organizers for Montreal ACORN

Published by: ACORN Canada


Offer Description

Applicants must include a CV and a cover letter 
 
ACORN Canada is looking for a Social Justice Organizer for Montreal ACORN.  Individuals must be motivated, interested in fighting and winning local, and national social justice campaigns. 
 
ACORN Canada is made up of more than 113,000 low- and moderate-income member families, in 21 local chapters of ACORN throughout the country, organized democratically through community organizing. We are Canada's largest grassroots community organization for low and moderate-income families. We have won many important social justice campaigns like Payday Lending legislation, Renter’s Rights Campaigns, stopping Disability Assistance claw-backs, Raising the Minimum Wage, Internet for All, and more!
 
ACORN Organizers build organizations in low and moderate-income communities. How? House by house, family by family, organizers hear from community residents what they want changed in their neighborhood, city, province, and country. Organizers work with community residents to hold meetings, do research on key issues, and develop campaign strategies to get these issues addressed. The ACORN organizer`s job is to work for the membership of ACORN, helping them build the power they need to win on the issues that are most important to them and their communities. 
 
Social Justice Organizer Job Description
 
- To community organize. Expand the reach of ACORN's economic justice campaigns in low to-moderate income neighbourhoods in Montreal.
- Fundraising
-The job will include direct door to door contact with people discussing local issues and getting involved in the organization.
 
What We Are Looking for from All Candidates: 
 
-We organize in the field predominantly when many people are at home; must be willing work field hours between 12noon and 9PM
-People willing to work in a grassroots setting
-Willing to handle challenging and rewarding work to help our membership grow to be strong and active leaders
-Willing to be part of a team that is building a community organization whose purpose is to build power for low- and moderate-income people across Canada. 
-Opportunity to:   identify hot issues, develop leaders, organize meetings, rallies, protests, press conferences, marches, and run campaigns
 
Experience: Professional community organizing training provided. 
 
Positions available: Full Time.
 
Room for advancement in organization is available after 2-month training period (also includes benefits, travel, vacation, sick days, and other benefits). 
 

How to contact

Send email to: fielddirector@acorncanada.org  - put “Social Justice Organizer Montreal ACORN” in the subject line.

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