Job Opportunity

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8 August 1999 Issue

Job Opportunity

Employment at FARM

FARM (Farm Animal Reform Movement) is a national, tax-exempt, educational organization advocating a plant-based diet and rights for farmed animals through six annual grassroots campaigns and other programs. It operates from the nation's capital with seven full-time staffers, through a grassroots network of over one thousand activists in all 50 states and several Canadian provinces.

FARM has the following opening at our national headquarters in suburban Washington, DC:

PUBLICATIONS COORDINATOR -Must be proficient in Quark with strong graphic design skills. Writes and design newsletter, brochures, fact sheets, fliers. Also, maintains video, slide, and image libraries.

The position requires substantial applicable experience, thorough dedication to promotion of animal rights and vegan lifestyle, knowledge of the issues, good communication skills, and ability to work in a team setting.

We offer an unparalleled opportunity for professional growth, and personal fulfillment, along with modest pay and housing, if needed. The office is located in a safe and pleasant residential neighborhood of Bethesda, MD, 20 minutes from downtown Washington. We have a staff of ten capable, congenial, and dedicated people.

FARM is a national organization promoting planetary survival through plant-based eating. Our programs include the Great American Meatout, World Farm Animals Day, National Veal Ban Action, Letters From FARM, CHOICE (for school children), Industry Watch, and occasionally, a national convention like Animal Rights 2000.

To apply, send resume and a letter noting position(s), special qualifications and interests, availability, and salary requirements to: [email protected] or
Employment, FARM, 10101 Ashburton Lane, Bethesda, MD 20817

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