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Arts and Cultural Organizing Coordinator

Anna Siriano, February 6, 2018

The Peoples Climate Movement is building out our 2018 Program and we are looking for a strong, diverse, and committed senior leadership team to take our work to the next level.

The PCM 2018 Program is based on hundreds of conversations with partners across the country and combines mass mobilization work around the Global Climate Action Summit happening in September, building organizing- and movement-alignment capacity at the state and local level, and energizing and educating voters in a C3 non-partisan voter program using a climate, jobs, and justice frame.

We are currently looking to recruit a strong multi-racial and intergenerational leadership team that draws their experience from a wide array of movements, sectors, and institutions – including community and student organizing, racial and economic justice, environmental, labor, women, LGBTQ, and faith-based, to name a few – and possess a strong background in massbased mobilization, campaigns, base-building, and digital work. We are looking for candidates committed to climate action rooted in racial and economic justice who are equally comfortable leading a webinar for 5000 people online, participating in a strategy session at a faith institution or college, and/or picking up coffee and donuts for volunteers for a 9 AM training session.

We are looking to fill the following senior level positions for 2018 and beyond. PCM pays a competitive salary to attract an experienced and diverse set of applicants and ultimately to hire a diverse, multi-racial leadership team.

Arts and Cultural Organizing Coordinator:

The PCM Arts and Cultural Organizing Coordinator will oversee the integration of arts-based strategies into all of the PCM 2018 Program and beyond. The ideal candidate will have lots of ideas and experience integrating the arts across community organizing, online organizing, and mass mobilization programs. The person in this position will hire and manage artists for commissions and project-based work, and also design and support participatory-arts work engaging the creativity of many. Historically, PCM’s art program has worked primarily through visual arts, and so an ideal candidate will have some background in one or more visual forms, though candidates with cultural organizing practices rooted in performance or music may also be considered. The most important proficiency is in managing complex projects from conception through implementation. As often as this position requires creativity, it relies on persistence, collaboration, attention to detail, and an ease working in a large range of organizing contexts and sectors.

If you are qualified, interested, or have potential to fill one of these positions, please submit a resume and a cover letter stating your interest to

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