We're looking to hire another community organizer - please help us spread the word!
Applications due Dec 2nd.
Kanu Hawai‘i is working to build a social movement for a more environmentally sustainable, compassionate, and economically resilient Hawai‘i through personal commitments to change and group demonstrations of kuleana. We reach out to individuals online and offline, asking them to make personal commitments that move Hawai‘i toward this preferred future. During the course of the next year, we will be focusing on group action campaigns aimed at tackling changes in government and industry.
Kanu Hawaiʻi is seeking applicants for a Community Organizer position. One primary responsibility of the Community Organizer will be to organize Kanu Hawaii members, volunteers, and others for group actions designed to influence government and industry decision-making. The Community Organizer will also play an active role in grassroots education and outreach to engage new people in the work of building more sustainable communities across Hawaii. The Community Organizer will engage people around issues of energy security, climate change, local food security, waste reduction and other topics related to building a more sustainable Hawaii. The Community Organizer reports to the Executive Director.
Areas of Responsibility
This position is based on Oʻahu. Annual salary is budgeted between $50,000 and $55,000 which includes 100% of individual medical insurance, a personal professional development fund, and a small discretionary spending fund. This position is currently funded from January 2012 through January 2013. As with all positions at Kanu Hawaiʻi, responsibilities and tenure may change depending upon future funding.
Kanu Hawaiʻi is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All are encouraged to apply. To submit your application, please send a cover letter in PDF format, a resume in PDF format, and three references to hiring(at)kanuhawaii.org by December 2, 2011.
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