Peace and Justice Jobs

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Here are some of the job opportunities we've heard of.
Job notices are posted as they are received, and this list will be updated about once a week, so please check the application deadline before applying.
 


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UW-Madison social justice education specialist 11/26/12

SOCIAL JUSTICE EDUCATION SPECIALIST

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Degree and area of specialization:  Bachelor's degree required, Master's preferred. Acceptable degree areas: Social Justice Education, Cultural/Ethnic /Area Studies, Student Affairs/Higher Education or closely related area.

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Wisconsin Voices Executive Director 11/26/12

Wisconsin Voices Job Announcement

Our esteemed Executive Director Linda Honold is stepping down in February.  We are sad to see her leave Wisconsin Voices but are glad that she will continue to do great work in Wisconsin.  We are grateful for all she has done, especially being a pioneer for year-round civic engagement.  

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WCASA Executive Director 11/21/12

The Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault (WCASA) is hiring an Executive Director.

For a full position description, see their website.

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Community GroundWorks - Executive Director 11/09/12

Community GroundWorks, a non-profit organization that connects a diverse network of people to nature and local food, is looking for an Executive Director to lead our organization in the achievement of our mission.

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WORT community radio webmaster & plan coordinator positions 11/09/12

WORT-FM Community Radio has two job openings!

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Wisconsin Voices temporary part-time field assistant for the Latino Roundtable 09/28/12

Wisconsin Voices is hiring a temporary part-time field assistant for the Latino Roundtable!

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New Voters Project Organizer - Milwaukee 09/14/12

WISPIRG Foundation is hiring a New Voters Project Organizer in Milwaukee

WISPIRG is hiring a New Voters Project Organizer to be based at MATC, focused on registering and mobilizing the youth vote in Milwaukee through Election Day.  Qualified applicants need to be goal-driven and sharp, with good problem-solving skills.  Applicants should be driven by the idea of working on a huge, non-partisan youth voter mobilization project, capable of taking on leadership, and ready to work 50-70 hour weeks.

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Wisconsin Women's Policy Institute Lead Instructor 09/10/12

 

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Communications Director 08/02/12

REAP Food Group is seeking candidates for a 32-hour/week Communications Director.  The Communications Director will be responsible for developing and implementing the overall communications strategy for the organization, including promotion of REAP’s mission and events, public relations, member and donor communications, website management, design of printed materials, and social media outreach.  Successful candidates will have at least a bachelor’s degree, exceptional writing skills, graphic design experience, be comfortable being the face of the organization in front of the media and at events, and a passion for promoting a healthier and more sustainable local food system.  Deadline:  August 17, 2012. For a full description click here.

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Farm to School Program Assistant 08/02/12

REAP Food Group is seeking candidates for a half-time Farm to School Program Assistant.  The Program Assistant will work with the Farm to School Program Manager in implementation of Farm to School programming and development of Farm to School policy adoption in Madison schools.  Successful candidates will have at least a bachelor’s degree, exceptional writing skills, experience managing grants, good networking and meeting planning skills, awareness of institutional food service protocols, and a passion for promoting a healthier and more sustainable local food system.  Deadline:  August 17, 2012. For full description click here.

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