Assistant Project Manager (New England), Cooperative Business Services

Job Description:

Do you want to help workers build wealth through ownership and gain a sense of hope and control over their future? Do you want to help farmers, fishermen and other food producers build a sustainable, resilient, locally controlled food system? Do you want to help preserve and grow jobs, businesses, and quality food systems throughout New England? The Cooperative Development Institute is looking for an exceptionally well organized, task-oriented person with strong database and administration skills to assist in managing multiple projects across our Cooperative Business Programs – Cooperative Business Services, Business Ownership Solutions and Cooperative Food Systems. Interested candidates should provide a cover letter, resume and three references using this webform by November 5, 2020 (deadline extended). This position is prioritizing people of color for this role!

Business Representative Based in Burbank, CA (IATSE Local 871)

Job Description:

The BUSINESS REPRESENTATIVE acts as the chief agent and representative for the Local in matters relating to collective bargaining agreements, contract negotiation and enforcement, workplace safety, membership advocacy and organizing, financial oversight and reporting, and other matters relating to the representation of its members and administration of the union. This position requires some travel as well as regular evening and weekend work.

Climate Jobs Project Director

Job Description:

The person who accepts this new full-time, salaried position will work with the Executive Director and Board of the CT Roundtable on Climate and Jobs (CRCJ) to launch a new statewide initiative supported by a multi-year grant. The project’s primary goal is engaging CT’s labor leaders in crafting and winning implementation of a comprehensive climate jobs agenda that will shape the state’s post-pandemic economic recovery through climate-friendly infrastructure investment. The broader goal is creating the opportunity for CT’s labor movement to help lead a national initiative to build a labor-led economic transformation that will address the dual crises of climate change and systemic inequality.