Employment Opportunities

COMMUNITY ORGANIZER
Tampa
POLICY DIRECTOR
COMMUNITY ORGANIZER
Orlando
REGIONAL DIRECTOR
Kissimmee

Community Organizer

Tampa

Reports to:

Sr. Lead Organizer and/or Regional Director, Central Florida

Background

Organize Florida is a progressive, community-based organization engaged in and committed to building power to effect change in times of injustice, maintain and protect our existing rights in the state of Florida whenever and wherever injustices are being committed or civil rights are being infringed upon.

The Organize Florida Education Fund is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that both trains and develops leaders and organizes families in low-to moderate-income communities in Florida. Our vision is for these communities to become critically engaged in the political system in order to create a more just and equitable society.

Opportunity

Organize Florida seeks a highly motivated, talented, and dynamic individual to serve as a Community Organizer in the Tampa Bay region. The organizer will be responsible for building a strong base of community members to build power in their assigned area. Additionally, they shall engage and recruit members and help develop leadership among members.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Represent Organize Florida in a professional manner to the community.
  • Support the development and implementation of various campaigns.
  • Build out a base of low income and people of color residents.
  • Identify and recruit members for Organize Florida.
  • Assist in identifying and developing leadership among members
  • Assist with building out issue committees.
  • Work with the Sr. Lead Organizer and/or the Regional Director to develop strategies and a vision to win.
  • Participate in and conduct trainings as a part of professional development.
  • Continuously update and maintain data related to membership, trainings and campaigns.
  • Support civic engagement work.
  • Work with Organize Florida partners for joint actions, trainings, campaigns.
  • Prepare and submit regular and ad hoc reports.
  • Coalition building and outreach to solicit participation of members into the Leadership Development Path.

Job Requirements

  • Commitment and passion for social, racial and gender justice;
  • 2 years of experience in community, labor, or grassroots organizing;
  • Understanding of issues facing low income and minority communities;
  • Comfort with the implementation of a range of organizing strategies and tactics;
  • Willingness to work on local issue campaigns along with contributing to possible statewide and national campaigns.
  • Self-motivated - proven ability to work independently
  • Ability to be a team player and work in a highly collaborative, fast-paced environment
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Dedication and ability to work flexible hours
  • Fluency in Spanish preferred.

To Apply

Apply Here

A competitive salary will be offered, with a benefits package that includes health insurance, seniority raises, 401k, paid vacation and paid time off. This position will be based in assigned region, with frequent travel to Orlando headquarters office.

Organize Florida is an equal opportunity employer. Women, people of color and LGBTQ strongly urged to apply. Bilingual candidates urged to apply.

Policy Director

Reports to:

Executive Director

Background

Organize Florida is a progressive, community-based organization engaged in and committed to building power to effect change in times of injustice, maintain and protect our existing rights in the state of Florida whenever and wherever injustices are being committed or civil rights are being infringed upon.

The Organize Florida Education Fund is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that both trains and develops leaders and organizes families in low-to moderate-income communities in Florida. Our vision is for these communities to become critically engaged in the political system in order to create a more just and equitable society.

Opportunity

Organize Florida seeks a highly motivated, talented and dynamic individual to serve as the Policy Director. Along with the Executive Director & Co-Founder the Policy Director is responsible for providing strategic vision in the areas of policy creation, government relations, policy review and public administration. The Policy Director will be tasked to develop progressive policies that strategically ensure the movement and forward momentum of Organize Florida’s vision.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Attending select coalition meetings, conferences, and other events;
  • Working with staff of elected officials to develop policies;
  • Working to research, develop and identify policies that fit within our ideology at the state and local level;
  • Developing and refining policies will hold and retain strategic value;
  • Work in deep collaboration with the Campaigns Director and Political Director to support policy needs at local and state level;
  • Closely collaborate with the Sr. Vice President & Managing Director on strategic planning, updates and needs within the position and work moving;
  • Researching the effects of ongoing policies and creating benchmarks to show movement;
  • Reading and monitoring local and state policies that affect our work or our communities;
  • Advising on potential changes to proposed policies that will make the policies more effective or lasting;
  • Responding to public policy threats and opportunities in an effective and timely manner;
  • Maintaining relationships with existing stakeholders;
  • Monitoring policy creation at government departments, institutions, think-tanks, non-profit organizations and other bodies in order to keep Executive Director & Co-Founder and/or Sr. Vice President & Managing Director informed of any developments related to their field of activity.
  • Researching, forecasting and evaluating the effects of public policy on the organization, using public sources, political intelligence and personal contacts.
  • Maintaining regular contact, in person and in writing, with politicians, civil servants, and/or staff in local authorities and regulatory bodies to brief them on policy work and concerns.

Key Qualifications

We are seeking a seasoned social justice leader with strong references who is interested in growing the organization into a credible powerhouse organization in the state and nationally. A successful candidate must believe in the core values of Organize Florida and be driven by its mission. The ideal candidate should have at least 3-5 years of policy experience, organizing experience (highly preferred), political and labor allies and strong writing skills and experience. Candidates should also have:

  • A demonstrated commitment and understanding of issues facing low income communities, minority communities, women, LGBTQ communities, low-wage workers, immigrant communities and other impacted communities;
  • Experience building broad-based coalitions;
  • Comfort with the implementation of a range of organizing strategies and tactics;
  • Excellent communication skills;
  • Excellent organizational skills - good attention to detail and well organized;
  • Self-motivated - proven ability to work independently;
  • Ability to be a team player and work in a highly collaborative, fast-paced environment;
  • 3 – 5 years experience working with local and statewide policy (experience in national policy highly preferred)
  • At least 3 years staff management experience;
  • Excellent research, writing, and analytic skills;
  • An ability to juggle multiple projects at a time and work in a fast-paced environment;
  • Excellent organizational skills and good attention to detail;
  • Self-motivated and a proven ability to work independently;
  • Ability to work well with diverse groups and populations;
  • Dedication and ability to work flexible hours;
  • Spanish/English bilingual preferred but not required.

To Apply

Apply Here

A competitive salary will be offered, with a benefits package that includes health insurance, seniority raises, paid vacation and paid time off. This position will be based in anyone of our regions with travel in and out of the state.

Organize Florida is an equal opportunity employer. Women, people of color and LGBTQ strongly urged to apply. Bilingual candidates urged to apply. Due to the high volume of interests, only applicants of interest will be contacted.

Community Organizer

Orlando

Reports to:

Lead Organizer, Orlando and/or Regional Director, Central Florida

Background

Organize Florida is a progressive, community-based organization engaged in and committed to building power to effect change in times of injustice, maintain and protect our existing rights in the state of Florida whenever and wherever injustices are being committed or civil rights are being infringed upon.

The Organize Florida Education Fund is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that both trains and develops leaders and organizes families in low-to moderate-income communities in Florida. Our vision is for these communities to become critically engaged in the political system in order to create a more just and equitable society.

Opportunity

Organize Florida seeks a highly motivated, talented, and dynamic individual to serve as a Community Organizer in the Orlando region. The organizer will be responsible for building a strong base of community members to build power in their assigned area. Additionally, they should engage and recruit members and help develop leadership among members.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Represent Organize Florida in a professional manner to the community.
  • Support the development and implementation of various campaigns.
  • Build out a base of low income and people of color residents.
  • Identify and recruit members for Organize Florida.
  • Assist in identifying and developing leadership among members
  • Assist with building out issue committees.
  • Work with the Sr. Lead Organizer and/or the Regional Director to develop strategies and a vision to win.
  • Participate in and conduct trainings as a part of professional development.
  • Continuously update and maintain data related to membership, trainings and campaigns.
  • Support civic engagement work.
  • Work with Organize Florida partners for joint actions, trainings, campaigns.
  • Prepare and submit regular and ad hoc reports.
  • Coalition building and outreach to solicit participation of members into the Leadership Development Path.

Key Qualifications

  • Commitment and passion for social, racial and gender justice;
  • 2 years of experience in community, labor, or grassroots organizing;
  • Understanding of issues facing low income and minority communities;
  • Comfort with the implementation of a range of organizing strategies and tactics;
  • Willingness to work on local issue campaigns along with contributing to possible statewide and national campaigns.
  • Self-motivated – proven ability to work independently
  • Ability to be a team player and work in a highly collaborative, fast-paced environment
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Dedication and ability to work flexible hours
  • Fluency in Spanish preferred.

To Apply

Apply Here

A competitive salary will be offered, with a benefits package that includes health insurance, seniority raises, 401k, paid vacation and paid time off. This position will be based in assigned region, with frequent travel to Orlando headquarters office.

Organize Florida is an equal opportunity employer. Women, people of color and LGBTQ strongly urged to apply. Bilingual candidates urged to apply.

Regional Director

Kissimmee

Reports to:

Vice President of Organizing & Campaigns and/or
Sr. Vice President of Operations & Managing Director

Background

Organize Florida is a progressive, community-based organization engaged in and committed to building power to effect change in times of injustice, maintain and protect our existing rights in the state of Florida whenever and wherever injustices are being committed or civil rights are being infringed upon.

The Organize Florida Education Fund is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that both trains and develops leaders and organizes families in low-to moderate-income communities in Florida. Our vision is for these communities to become critically engaged in the political system in order to create a more just and equitable society.

Opportunity

Organize Florida and Organize Florida Education Fund seek a highly motivated, talented, and dynamic individual to serve as the Regional Director, Kissimmee. The Regional Director, Kissimmee is responsible for engaging members in political and issue based campaigns and overseeing ongoing issue campaigns for the organizations, including the Fight for 15 and Climate Change work, Standing With Women & Families among others. They will ensure the achievement of short and long term goals for the organization, both programmatically and financially. This position also serves on the organizations Core Leadership Team.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Develop strategic campaign plan for local and state campaigns that promote the vision and mission of the organization;
  • Develop and implement comprehensive plan for membership recruitment, engagement, and leadership development of members;
  • Manage and motivate the team of organizers for the issue-based campaigns;
  • Collaborate with the Sr. Vice President of Operations and Executive Director & Co-Founder to ensure programmatic and campaign goals are being met;
  • Work with Political & Civic Engagement Director to build relationships with local partners as they relate to specific campaign plans;
  • Provide supervision and management to organizers, volunteers and campaign partners.

Key Qualifications

We are seeking a seasoned social justice leader with strong references who is interested in growing the organization into a credible powerhouse organization in the Kissimmee area. A successful candidate must believe in the core values of Organize Florida and be driven by its mission. The ideal candidate should have at least 3-5 years of organizing experience, experience organizing in coalition with grassroots, political and labor allies, strong writing skills, and experience in fundraising. Candidates should also have:

  • Experience leading organizing campaigns with state or local significance;
  • Understanding of issues facing low income communities, minority communities, women, LGBTQ communities, low-wage workers, immigrant communities, and other impacted communities;
  • Demonstrated experience in recruiting, motivating, and training staff, activists and volunteers;
  • Experience building broad-based coalitions;
  • Comfort with the implementation of a range of organizing strategies and tactics;
  • Excellent communication skills;
  • Excellent organizational skills - good attention to detail and well organized;
  • Self-motivated - proven ability to work independently;
  • Ability to be a team player and work in a highly collaborative, fast-paced environment;
  • Dedication and ability to work flexible hours;
  • Commitment and passion for social justice

To Apply

Apply Here

A competitive salary will be offered, with a benefits package that includes health insurance, seniority raises, paid vacation and paid time off. This position will be based in the Kissimmee office location.

Organize Florida is an equal opportunity employer. Women, people of color and LGBTQ strongly urged to apply.

REGIONAL DIRECTOR, TAMPA BAY
Tampa
IT & Data Director
PROGRAMS DIRECTOR
ACCOUNTING CLERK

Regional Director, Tampa Bay

Tampa

Reports to:

Sr. Vice President & Managing Director

Background

Organize Florida is a progressive, community-based organization engaged in and committed to building power to effect change in times of injustice, maintain and protect our existing rights in the state of Florida whenever and wherever injustices are being committed or civil rights are being infringed upon.

The Organize Florida Education Fund is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that both trains and develops leaders and organizes families in low-to moderate-income communities in Florida. Our vision is for these communities to become critically engaged in the political system in order to create a more just and equitable society.

Opportunity

Organize Florida and Organize Florida Education Fund seek a highly motivated, talented, and dynamic individual to serve as the Regional Director, Tampa Bay. The Regional Director, Tampa Bay is responsible for engaging members in political and issue based campaigns and overseeing ongoing issue campaigns for the organizations, including the Climate Change work, Standing With Women & Families among others. They will ensure the achievement of short and long term goals for the organization, both programmatically and financially. This position also serves on the organizations Core Leadership Team.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Develop strategic campaign plan for local and state campaigns that promote the vision and mission of the organization;
  • Develop and implement comprehensive plan for membership recruitment, engagement, and leadership development of members;
  • Manage and motivate the team of organizers for the issue-based campaigns;
  • Collaborate with the Sr. Vice President & Managing Director and Executive Director & Co-Founder to ensure programmatic and campaign goals are being met;
  • Work with Political & Civic Engagement Director to build relationships with local partners as they relate to specific campaign plans;
  • Provide supervision and management to organizers, volunteers and campaign partners.

Key Qualifications

We are seeking a seasoned social justice leader with strong references who is interested in growing the organization into a credible powerhouse organization in the Tampa Bay area. A successful candidate must believe in the core values of Organize Florida and be driven by its mission. The ideal candidate should have at least 3-5 years of organizing experience, experience organizing in coalition with grassroots, political and labor allies, strong writing skills, and experience in fundraising. Candidates should also have:

  • Experience leading organizing campaigns with state or local significance;
  • Understanding of issues facing low income communities, minority communities, women, LGBTQ communities, low-wage workers, immigrant communities, and other impacted communities;
  • Demonstrated experience in recruiting, motivating, and training staff, activists and volunteers;
  • Experience building broad-based coalitions;
  • Comfort with the implementation of a range of organizing strategies and tactics;
  • Excellent communication skills;
  • Excellent organizational skills - good attention to detail and well organized;
  • Self-motivated - proven ability to work independently;
  • Ability to be a team player and work in a highly collaborative, fast-paced environment;
  • Dedication and ability to work flexible hours;
  • Commitment and passion for social justice

To Apply

Apply Here

A competitive salary will be offered, with a benefits package that includes health insurance, seniority raises, paid vacation and paid time off. This position will be based in the Tampa Bay office location.

Organize Florida is an equal opportunity employer. Women, people of color and LGBTQ strongly urged to apply.

IT & Data Director

Reports to:

Sr. Vice President & Managing Director

Direct reports:

Yes

Background

Organize Florida is a progressive, community-based organization engaged in and committed to building power to effect change in times of injustice, maintain and protect our existing rights in the state of Florida whenever and wherever injustices are being committed or civil rights are being infringed upon.

The Organize Florida Education Fund is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that both trains and develops leaders and organizes families in low-to moderate-income communities in Florida. Our vision is for these communities to become critically engaged in the political system in order to create a more just and equitable society.

Opportunity

Organize Florida and Organize Florida Education Fund seek a highly motivated, talented and dynamic individual to serve as the IT (Information Technology) & Data Director. The IT & Data Director is responsible for managing all aspects of information technology including networks, systems, security and controls; as well as; managing all data related duties needed for the organization. She/He/They will all be responsible for troubleshooting issues that may arise with the IT & Data processes on a day-to-day operational setting. This position will serve on the organizations Core Leadership Team.

Primary Responsibilities

IT Management:

  • Manage and oversee all aspects of information technology. Develop and manage system security and system recovery planning.
  • Implements technology training, policies and procedures.
  • Responsible for evaluating and updating all hardware and software for the organization.
  • Manages relationships with technology vendors, partners and volunteers.
  • Collaborate with the Sr. Vice President & Managing Director to develop and implement an IT strategy and implementation plan that will further strengthen the organization.

Data Management:

  • Create policies for effective data management for to ensure digital databases are protected.
  • Support others in the daily use of data systems through regular trainings.
  • Assist with reports and data extraction when needed.
  • Monitor and analyze information and data systems and evaluate their performance to discover ways of enhancing them (new technologies, upgrades etc.).
  • Troubleshoot data-related issues and authorize maintenance or modifications.

Key Qualifications

We are seeking a seasoned social justice leader with strong references who is interested in growing the organization into a credible powerhouse organization in the Central Florida area. A successful candidate must believe in the core values of Organize Florida and be driven by its mission. The ideal candidate should have at least 3-5 years of organizing experience, experience organizing in coalition with grassroots, political and labor allies, strong writing skills, and experience in fundraising. Candidates should also have:

  • 3 – 5 years experience in leading IT and Data programming on a small to mid-size organizational level;
  • 1 – 3 years of direct management of staff;
  • Understanding of issues facing low income communities, minority communities, women, LGBTQ communities, low-wage workers, immigrant communities, and other impacted communities;
  • Expert level proficiency in Microsoft Office and G-Suite;
  • Comfort with the implementation of a range of organizing strategies and tactics;
  • Excellent communication and training skills;
  • Excellent organizational skills - good attention to detail and well organized;
  • Self-motivated - proven ability to work independently;
  • Ability to be a team player and work in a highly collaborative, fast-paced environment;
  • Dedication and ability to work flexible hours;
  • Commitment and passion for social justice.

To Apply

Apply Here

A competitive salary will be offered, with a benefits package that includes health insurance, seniority raises, paid vacation and paid time off. This position will be based in the Orlando office location with travel in and out of the state.

Organize Florida is an equal opportunity employer. Women, people of color and LGBTQ strongly urged to apply. Bilingual candidates urged to apply. Due to the high volume of interests, only applicants of interest will be contacted.

Programs Director

Reports to:

Sr. Vice President & Managing Director

Direct reports:

Yes

Background

Organize Florida is a progressive, community-based organization engaged in and committed to building power to effect change in times of injustice, maintain and protect our existing rights in the state of Florida whenever and wherever injustices are being committed or civil rights are being infringed upon.

The Organize Florida Education Fund is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that both trains and develops leaders and organizes families in low-to moderate-income communities in Florida. Our vision is for these communities to become critically engaged in the political system in order to create a more just and equitable society.

Opportunity

Organize Florida and Organize Florida Education Fund seek a highly motivated, talented, and dynamic individual to serve as the Programs Director. The Programs Director is responsible for engaging staff and members in the organizations leadership development programming, as well as, connecting them to other programs outside of Organize Florida. She/He/They will lead the overall efforts of the organization’s civic engagement and political curriculum through the Leadership Academy and General Assembly setting. In close collaboration with the Sr. Vice President & Managing Director, the Programs Director will also ensure a strategic development and implementation of the department.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Manage overall program strategy and goals in collaboration with the Core Leadership Team, community partners and stakeholders.
  • Direct and manage program development from beginning to end to ensure consistent implementation in all offices.
  • Manage day-to-day operations of all programs, including administration and logistics.
  • Develop and deliver strategic program plans, progress reports, proposals, required documentation, and presentations on current and potential programs.
  • Coach, mentor, motivate and supervise direct reports.
  • Build, develop and grow any relationships vital to the success of our programs to ensure long term program sustainability.
  • Ensure that OF and OFEF are represented effectively at community events
  • Work closely with members, volunteers and staff to design and implement innovative programs to meet community needs.
  • Conduct assessments and create recommendation reports to identify successful and unsuccessful program outcomes.
  • Develop best practices and tools for the execution and management of current and potential programs including Leadership Academy and General Assembly.
  • Draft and submit budget proposals and recommend subsequent budget changes where necessary to support promising programs or projects.
  • Collaborate with the Core Leadership Team to create and implement tools to meet grant deliverables.
  • Work closely with the Sr. Vice President & Managing Director to identify and implement leadership development practices and training’s for staff, members and community partners.
  • All other duties as assigned.

Key Qualifications

We are seeking a seasoned social justice leader with strong references who is interested in growing the organization into a credible powerhouse organization in the Central Florida area. A successful candidate must believe in the core values of Organize Florida and be driven by its mission. The ideal candidate should have at least 3-5 years of organizing experience, experience organizing in coalition with grassroots, political and labor allies, strong writing skills, and experience in fundraising. Candidates should also have:

  • 2 – 3 years experience in leading programs from small to large scale;
  • 1 – 3 years of direct management of staff;
  • Experience leading organizing campaigns with state or local significance;
  • Understanding of issues facing low income communities, minority communities, women, LGBTQ communities, low-wage workers, immigrant communities, and other impacted communities;
  • Demonstrated experience in recruiting, motivating, and training staff, activists and volunteers;
  • Experience building broad-based coalitions;
  • Comfort with the implementation of a range of organizing strategies and tactics;
  • Excellent communication and training skills;
  • Excellent organizational skills - good attention to detail and well organized;
  • Self-motivated - proven ability to work independently;
  • Ability to be a team player and work in a highly collaborative, fast-paced environment;
  • Dedication and ability to work flexible hours;
  • Commitment and passion for social justice.

To Apply

Apply Here

A competitive salary will be offered, with a benefits package that includes health insurance, seniority raises, paid vacation and paid time off. This position will be based in the Orlando office location with travel in and out of the state.

Organize Florida is an equal opportunity employer. Women, people of color and LGBTQ strongly urged to apply. Bilingual candidates urged to apply. Due to the high volume of interests, only applicants of interest will be contacted.

Accounting Clerk

Reports to:

Sr. Accounting Manager and/or Vice President of Finance & Administration

Background

Organize Florida is a progressive, community-based organization engaged in and committed to building power to effect change in times of injustice, maintain and protect our existing rights in the state of Florida whenever and wherever injustices are being committed or civil rights are being infringed upon.

The Organize Florida Education Fund is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that both trains and develops leaders and organizes families in low-to moderate-income communities in Florida. Our vision is for these communities to become critically engaged in the political system in order to create a more just and equitable society.

Opportunity

Organize Florida seeks a highly motivated, talented and dynamic individual to serve as Accounting Clerk to the Finance & Administration Department. Along with the Sr. Accounting Manager and/or the Vice President of Finance & Administration, the Accounting Clerk is responsible for a range of general accounting and bookkeeping functions. In addition, the Accounting Clerk will fill in for the Sr. Accounting Manager, as needed.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Create budgets & cash flow forecast
  • Assist in month end reporting procedures
  • Process all accounts payables and receivables, reconcile business credit cards, as needed
  • Perform filing and general administrative tasks for contract vendor
  • Manage healthcare for contract vendor
  • Report to corporate offices monthly expense report for three cities
  • Perform all necessary account, bank and other reconciliations
  • Monitor customer accounts for non-payment and delayed payment
  • Analyze discrepancies and unpaid invoices
  • Maintain vendor & HR files; issue 1099 at the end of the year

Key Qualifications

  • A comprehensive understanding of how to create and manage budgets
  • Proficient at reading financial reports; ability to perform cash flow analysis
  • Advanced knowledge of excel; proficient in Microsoft Access
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills with a customer service orientation
  • Must be Quickbooks proficient
  • Strong attention to detail; able to work on a collaborative team
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Experience in financial Human Resources practices

To Apply

Apply Here

A competitive salary will be offered, with a benefits package that includes health insurance, seniority raises, 401k, paid vacation and paid time off. This position will be based out of the Orlando Headquarters office.

Organize Florida is an equal opportunity employer. Women, people of color and LGBTQ strongly urged to apply. Bilingual candidates urged to apply. Due to the high volume of interests, only applicants of interest will be contacted.

HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR

Human Resources Director

Reports to:

Sr. Vice President & Managing Director

Background

Organize Florida is a progressive, community-based organization engaged in and committed to building power to effect change in times of injustice, maintain and protect our existing rights in the state of Florida whenever and wherever injustices are being committed or civil rights are being infringed upon.

The Organize Florida Education Fund is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that both trains and develops leaders and organizes families in low-to moderate-income communities in Florida. Our vision is for these communities to become critically engaged in the political system in order to create a more just and equitable society.

Opportunity

Organize Florida seeks a highly motivated, talented and dynamic individual to serve as the Human Resources Director. Along with the Sr. Vice President & Managing Director the Human Resources Director is responsible to ensure that all human resources (HR) operations are carried out smoothly and effectively. This position will be responsible for developing HR strategies and providing sound advice to the Senior Leadership Team (SLT) on all related subjects. The Human Resources Director must be an experienced professional with deep knowledge of all matters concerning the HR department. The position should be able to manage programs and lead staff while also possessing a strong strategic mindset.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Develop organizational plans for a variety of HR matters such as compensation, benefits, health and safety, etc.
  • Collaborate with the Sr. Vice President & Managing Director to support the human potential factor in the organization by devising strategies for performance evaluation, staffing, training and development
  • Oversee all HR initiatives, systems and tactics
  • Supervise the work of HR personnel and provide guidance (if applicable)
  • Serve as the point of contact for employment relations
  • Monitor adherence to internal policies and legal standards
  • Deal with grievances and violations invoking disciplinary action when required
  • Anticipate and resolve litigation risks
  • Inform the Sr. Vice President & Managing Director and/or the Executive Director on large HR updates, concerns and needs
  • Give bi-monthly reports to the Senior Leadership Team by analyzing data and using HR metrics.

Key Qualifications

We are seeking a seasoned social justice leader with strong references who is interested in growing the organization into a credible powerhouse organization in the state and nationally. A successful candidate must believe in the core values of Organize Florida and be driven by its mission. The ideal candidate should have at least 3-5 years of string and relevant human resources experience with expert writing and communication skill. Candidates should also have:

  • A demonstrated commitment and understanding of issues facing low income communities, minority communities, women, LGBTQ communities, low-wage workers, immigrant communities and other impacted communities
  • 3 - 5 years of proven experience in human resources;
    Certifications in the human resources field
  • Comfort with the implementation of a range of organizing strategies and tactics
  • Full understanding of the way an organization operates to meet its objectives
  • Excellent knowledge of employment legislation and regulations
  • Thorough knowledge of human resource management principles and best practices
  • Attention to the human potential element
  • Knowledge of data analysis and reporting
  • Excellent organizational and leadership skills
  • Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills
  • Diligent and firm with high ethical standards
  • Self-motivated and a proven ability to work independently
  • Ability to work well with diverse groups and populations
  • Dedication and ability to work flexible hours
  • Spanish/English bilingual preferred but not required.

To Apply

Apply Here

A competitive salary will be offered, with a benefits package that includes health insurance, seniority raises, paid vacation and paid time off. This position will be based in the Orlando office location with travel in and out of the state.

Organize Florida is an equal opportunity employer. Women, people of color and LGBTQ strongly urged to apply. Bilingual candidates urged to apply. Due to the high volume of interests, only applicants of interest will be contacted.