NOW HIRING: Engagement Coordinator to lead grassroots organizing and advocacy alongside Black community members in the Cully neighborhood
Posted: April 14, 2021. Application review begins April 30, 2021.
Hiring announcement and application instructions below.
Complete job description is available here.
Do you have questions, or want to learn more about this opportunity?
- Cameron Herrington — Living Cully Program Manager:
- Shawnda Johnson — member of the Advocates Committee that helps guide and support Living Cully’s work with the Black community (see job description for more info):
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Looking for employment? Need support with your resume? Contact Mulu Terefe, our Cully Neighborhood Employment and Training Advisor. Mulu Terefe: firstname.lastname@example.org, 971-722-2140
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