Community Organizer

Overview of Responsibilities:
The Community Organizer is primarily responsible for working with a team to identify, train, and develop families and parents to be leaders in their communities. The ideal candidate will be a strong community organizer, with a passion for educational equity and a knack for developing people as leaders in their communities. 


The Community Organizer will work with families to identify, develop and execute political and advocacy campaigns aligned with the organizational mission of Denver Families for Public Schools. The ideal candidate would possess excellent interpersonal skills and experience on political and/or advocacy campaigns; experience developing volunteer leaders a plus. A sense of humor, knowledge of the public school policy and advocacy landscape, and a passion for social justice make the candidate a good fit for the team and position. Excellent project management and written/verbal communication skills are required. 


The is a project-limited position, with opportunity to extend based on performance and organizational growth. Compensation based on project scope and applicant’s qualifications. This position will be based in the Denver area; candidates from outside Denver willing to relocate should also apply.

Digital and Community Organizer 

Overview of Responsibilities:
The Digital and Community Organizer is primarily responsible for working with a team to identify, train, and develop families and parents to be leaders in their communities, both online and offline. The ideal candidate would have strong digital engagement skills, community organizing experience, and have a passion for educational equity. 


The Digital and Community Organizer will work with families to identify, develop and execute political and advocacy campaigns aligned with the organizational mission of Denver Families for Public Schools. The ideal candidate would possess excellent digital skills, interpersonal skills and experience on political and/or advocacy campaigns; experience developing volunteer leaders a plus. A sense of humor, knowledge of the public school policy and advocacy landscape, and a passion for social justice make the candidate a good fit for the team and position. Excellent project management and written/verbal communication skills are required. This position will be 70% digital organizing and 30% direct community organizing.


The is a project-limited position, with opportunity to extend based on performance and organizational growth. Compensation based on project scope and applicant’s qualifications. This position will be based in the Denver area; candidates from outside Denver willing to relocate should also apply.

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