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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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To apply, email your resume and cover letter to info@canativevote.org. Please include the job position you are applying for in the subject line

IEN Manager

Position: Project Policy Director Exempt Status: Y Effective Date: Immediately Department: CNVP Organizing Team Reports to: CNVP Director of Organizing — ABOUT COALITION AND PURPOSE The Indigenous Education Now Coalition

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Project Policy Director

Position: Project Policy Director Location: Hiring in greater Los Angeles and Sacramento Areas Work Setting: In-person and Remote Required — ABOUT US The California Native Vote Project (CNVP) is the

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Grants Manager

Position: Grants Manager Location: Hiring in greater Los Angeles and Sacramento Areas Work Setting: In-person and Remote Required — ABOUT CNVP The California Native Vote Project’s (CNVP) mission is to

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Canvasser (Temporary Part-time)

The CNVP Canvasser is a temporary seasonal position that will be focused on conducting in-person, phone and text-based outreach to American Indian/Alaska Native peoples throughout California. Canvassers will be expected to attend mandatory trainings on topics that might include community organizing, integrated voter engagement, and other topics regarding building Native political power. Canvassers will also be asked to conduct outreach on a range of issues, including education, housing and houselessness, and decarceration. They will also be expected to educate Native voters on the 2022 November election, and issues that are on the ballot. Lastly, the canvasser position will be required to track their outreach progress through forms, participate in weekly canvasser meetings, and conduct other administrative tasks. 

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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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