Job Announcement: CISPES, NYC (fwd)

Bill Koehnlein nyms1 at nyxfer.blythe.org
Thu Nov 30 13:47:35 MST 1995


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> From: nyms1 (Bill Koehnlein)
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> Subject: Job Announcement: CISPES, NYC
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> >Subject: Job Announcement: CISPES, NYC
> >Date: Thu, 30 Nov 1995 14:13:00 -0500 (EST)
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> Date: Thu, 30 Nov 1995 02:09:30 -0800
> From: cispesnatl at igc.apc.org
>
> NYCISPES New York Committee in Solidarity with the People of El
> Salvador 19 W. 21st St., #502 New York, NY 10010 (212) 645-5230
> Fax: (212) 645-7280 E-Mail: NYCISPES at aol.com
>
> Job Announcement Please Post
>
> Position: Part-time Chapter Co-Coordinator Available: Feb. 1,
> 1994
>
> NY CISPES is a grassroots organization which supports the efforts
> of Salvadorans to organize for social and economic justice,
> democracy, demilitarization and human rights, and works to
> transform U.S. policy. We support Salvadoran grassroots
> organizations which work to empower and mobilize people in the
> most marginalized and repressed sectors to participate in the
> political life of their country. NY CISPES directly supports the
> Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front (FMLN), the largest
> opposition force in El Salvador.
>
> CISPES is a democratic, grassroots organization and we welcome the
> participation of all members in formulating strategies, planning
> tactics and carrying out our work. We see as integral to any
> program we develop the active fight against racism, sexism, and
> homophobia.
>
> Responsibilities:
>
> The coordinator is responsible for overseeing all day to day
> chapter functioning and campaigns; works directly with volunteer
> activists to plan, implement and evaluate campaigns and on
> activist recruitment, follow up and development; works with
> volunteers on chapter fundraising; and is responsible for
> administration. *This is a part-time position, with the
> possibility of moving to full-time in the Summer of 1996.*
>
> Qualifications:
>
> commitment to and understanding of the popular struggle in El
> Salvador.
>
> - ability to work with diverse group of people and commitment to
> CISPES' goals to be a diverse, inclusive and accessible
> organization.
>
> - ability to motivate activists and to develop a sense of
> ownership for the work of NY CISPES amongst activists.
>
> - fundraising experience, such as major donor, phone banking,
> direct mail, grant writing.
>
> -    strong written and oral communication skills.
>
> -    ability to work evenings and some weekends.
>
> Salary:   $7,800/year ($650/mo.) + dependent stipend
>
> Benefits: 1/2 health care 4 weeks paid vacation/year + sick leave
> + holidays stipend for Spanish language instruction
>
> To Apply -- Send resume, cover letter, and three references to:
> NY CISPES Hiring Committee 19 W. 21st St., #502 New York, NY
> 10010
>
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