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The California Native Vote Project is working towards justice and self-determination for Native American communities through multigenerational power building, organizing and civic engagement.
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Communications Manager

The Communications Manager will report to the Executive Director to oversee and direct the flow of information between CNVP, our base, partners, media, funders, and the public. The Communications role will lead communications strategies, direct public relations campaigns and may serve as the face of the organization at media events. The Communications role will also serve as a key support to CNVP’s local and statewide organizing and campaigns through creating internal and external communications strategies for digital organizing campaigns, events, coalition and alliance work, electoral organizing, and may represent CNVP in local and/or statewide coalitions. The position is full‐time and exempt. 

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Youth Organizer

The Youth Organizer will support, lead and coordinate CNVP’s grassroots organizing work through social justice campaign development and implementation, base building, leadership development and other activities with 14-24 year olds. The organizer will also participate in CNVP’s local and statewide organizing and campaign work through action research, coordinating campaign events, delegations, alliance work, electoral organizing, and will represent CNVP in local and/or statewide coalitions.  

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Development Director

The Development Director’s primary role is to strategize and execute California Native Vote Project’s fundraising plan. This fundraising strategy will include the expansion of outreach and engagement of our grassroots operation (online), major/high net worth donors, partnerships/sponsorships and grants. In addition, this position is responsible for designing and launching an events-based fundraising strategy. 

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Community Organizer

The Community Organizer will lead and coordinate CNVP’s grassroots organizing work in Los Angeles through base building, leadership development, campaign development and implementation, coalition building, and action research, amongst other change strategies aligned with vision and mission of CNVP. The position is full-time and exempt. 

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Director of Programs and Capacity Building

CNVP’s Director of Programs and Capacity Building is a leadership position created at a pivotal moment in the organization’s growth, and is part of the senior leadership team that is responsible for ensuring that the organization has the internal leadership, systems, and culture in place to support its vision and mission. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director of Programs and Capacity Building will be responsible for managing the organization’s programs and program staff, overseeing the growth and quality of effective programs across the state, and manage operational and financial stability of programs. 

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Executive Assistant

The Executive Assistant is responsible for supporting the Executive Director (ED) and Senior Leadership Team with administrative functions such as scheduling, planning, record keeping, and in-person event, meeting and office support. The position will also work closely with CNVP’s Operations Coordinator to ensure strong back-end support of CNVP programs and office. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills are a must along with a strong knowledge of computer technology and general office equipment. 

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Statewide Community Organizer

The Statewide Organizer will lead the next phase of the CNVP’s statewide organizing strategy. This position requires someone with significant political and/or community organizing, strategic campaign development and supervisory experience. This role will serve as a support in strategies for local and statewide organizing and campaign work; support on projects and initiatives; and represent CNVP at partner and coalition tables. This position will also build and execute statewide/local organizing training and mentorship programs for both internal and external audiences. The position is full‐time and exempt.

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Statewide Outreach Manager

The Statewide Outreach Manager is responsible for the overall outreach of the California Native Vote Project. The Outreach Manager will report to the Director of Programs and Capacity Building and will work with team to develop and execute community engagement activities to support base-building efforts throughout the state. The Manager will play a lead role in implementing community engagement across CNVP program areas. Sample program examples include COVID-19 community outreach, redistricting, organizing campaign outreach, redistricting, get-out-the-vote elections efforts, and base building.

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