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From 16 March 2003 Issue

Job Opportunity

Job Title: Coordinator(s), Grassroots Animal Rights Organization based in the Pacific Northwest.

Commitment: One full- or two part-time positions available beginning in July or August, 2003.

Compensation: DOE, competitive salary-based compensation.

Responsibilities:
* Organize and direct all activities of a medium-sized grassroots organization with about 30 active members and a mailing list of 1,600.
* Work with and encourage volunteers to implement and manage campaigns, events, demonstrations, and other actions.
* Educate and engage the public regarding issues relating to animals, including vegetarianism and veganism, as well as the inherent cruelty involved in testing of medical or cosmetic products, killing animals for fur, animal circuses, trophy hunting, and so on.
* Serve as a liaison for support of and collaboration with other animal advocacy groups in the Pacific Northwest.
* Coordinate all outreach and volunteer management tools, including a weekly HTML-based email list, a website, and monthly meetings.
* Manage a diverse range of animal-related projects, including publications, investigations, audio/visual exhibits, and more.
* Manage budgeting and financial matters for the organization, including yearly taxes, IRS communications, payroll, fundraising, and financial planning.

Qualifications:
* An unfaltering commitment to the belief that animals do not exist for human purposes, and therefore should not be eaten, worn, experimented on, or used for entertainment.
* Minimum 5 years experience as a grassroots animal activist, including at least some experience organizing. Experience as a formal coordinator or organizer is preferred, but not required.
* Ability to multi-task. Qualified applicants will be able to cover a lot of ground -- from public outreach to financial management to writing HTML -- and will possess an ability to learn quickly.
* Strong leadership skills and ability to motivate and effectively work with volunteers.
* Excellent listening, oral, and written communication skills.

Reports To: Board of Directors

Deadline for Resumes: April 30, 2003

Contact: Ché Green
cgreen@armedia.org
P.O. Box 17607
Seattle, WA 98107

Northwest Animal Rights Network (NARN)
Website: www.narn.org Email: info@narn.org Phone: (206) 250-7301

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