Director of Organizing
This position will be responsible for ongoing coaching, training, supervision and support to the team of Organizers, so that they can most effectively organize congregations and develop lay and clergy leaders to engage in strategic campaigns to advance POWER’s policy aims (at both the municipal and state level). At the direction of the Executive Director, the Director of Organizing helps coordinate and guide issue campaigns in areas of school funding equity, living wage policies, criminal justice reform and other campaigns. In this capacity the Director of Organizing cultivates relationships with key allies who are working with POWER on these campaigns.
Philadelphia Community Organizer
The Community Organizer has the responsibility for cultivating relationships with members of diverse faith congregations across the city, teaching them community-organizing skills and supporting them to conduct successful issue campaigns on the local, state and potentially national levels.
Special Events Coordinator
POWER is seeking a Special Events Coordinator (part time temporary) to support 10th anniversary events. There is consideration of this becoming a permanent position with our staff in the future. In that event, the special events coordinator would assist our organizers, other staff, and volunteer leaders with event planning and logistics throughout the year. Events include virtual and in-person town hall meetings, direct action, rallies, marches, training sessions, retreats, voter registration drives and other civic engagement events, and social gatherings.