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National Advocacy Center (NAC) – Legislative Coordinator

6/23/2021

The National Advocacy Center (NAC) educates and advocates on social justice issues for the transformation of society and the benefit of all people, and reflects the spirituality, history and mission of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd. We focus on issues that primarily impact women, children, and families on the margins.
We seek a Legislative Coordinator – a senior position reporting to the Executive Director – to join us in this mission, and to advocate and develop NAC’s issues agenda, lobby Congress, and educate the Good Shepherd community.
The successful candidate would embody and convey the spirit and mission of the Sisters of the Good
Shepherd, and understand or be willing to learn the Good Shepherd philosophy and social teaching and its relationship to NAC’s work.

Americans for Tax Fairness - Field Director

6/22/2021

Americans for Tax Fairness, a national coalition of national and state organizations active on high-profile federal tax reform issues, is seeking a Field Director to mobilize coalition and grassroots support in favor of the Biden tax and investment plans. Candidates should have at least seven years of experience as a director or leader in issue advocacy and/or political campaigns and significant coalition-building experience and field mobilization experience. This is a senior, full-time exempt temporary position, which may become permanent, that reports to the Executive Director. It is preferred that the position be located in Washington, D.C. The salary is $100,000 to $120,000, depending on experience, with a competitive benefits package that includes employer-paid health, dental, and vision insurance, 3% employer match on 401k contributions, pre-tax transportation benefits, and paid holidays, vacation, sick, and volunteer time off.

Americans for Tax Fairness - Wealth Tax Campaign Director

6/22/2021

Americans for Tax Fairness, a coalition of national and state endorsing organizations active on high-profile federal tax reform issues is seeking a Campaign Director to manage a cross-cutting public education, lobbying and political program in support of a federal wealth tax, such as that proposed by Senator Elizabeth Warren. Candidates should have at least seven years of experience as a director or leader in issue advocacy and/or political campaigns and significant coalition-building experience and field mobilization experience. This is a senior, full-time exempt position that reports directly to the Executive Director. It is strongly preferred that the position be located in Washington, D.C. The position offers a salary of $100,000 to $120,000, depending on experience, and a competitive benefits package that includes employer-paid health, dental, and vision insurance, 3% employer match on 401k contributions, pre-tax transportation benefits, and paid holidays, vacation, sick, and volunteer time off.

Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy

6/2/2021

ITEP is seeking to grow its state policy team with two new policy analyst hires. One of the analysts will work to expand ITEP’s research portfolio in high-priority areas through in-depth investigation into issues such as wealth taxation and options for addressing racial inequities in state and local tax codes. The other will serve as ITEP’s go-to expert on the tax policies of a dozen states and will be the primary point of contact between ITEP and researchers and advocates in those states.

National Partnership for Women & Families: Independent Paid Leave Researcher (part-time)

5/23/2021

The National Partnership is seeking an independent researcher with strong quantitative analysis skills to assist the Economic Justice team with research and data analysis to support its paid family and medical leave campaign for six months, starting immediately.

Research topics may include economic, public health and/or gender and racial equity impacts of paid leave. The individual will work with members of the Economic Justice team to shape specific research topics and will produce results for the organization to release on a rolling basis.

The position involves 15-25 hours/week for six months. The researcher can work remotely at their convenience, with the exception of required virtual project meetings every Tuesday from 9:30-11 am ET and Thursday at 2pm ET.