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AFT-Oregon is seeking a full-time organizer to work on internal organizing campaigns. Organizers are responsible for a variety of aspects of a campaign including building relationships with workers, developing issues-based organizing plans for assigned areas, and for recruiting and sustaining motivation of organizing committee members and activists. Position is based in Portland but will require travel to locals around the state. This is an entry level position that will work under the direction of the Organizer and report to the Executive Director.
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Friday, May 6, 2016
Contact: Jan Van Tol / 585-764-4202 / email@example.com Andrew Gorry / 971-888-5665 / firstname.lastname@example.org
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