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13 days ago

Digital Communications Organizer

Working America Washington, DC

The Digital Communications Organizer is responsible for the development and implementation of online organizing programs that lead to offline… Working America

12 days ago


Working America Washington, DC

and campaigns for Working America. Reports to: Communications Director Duties: • Draft Working America emails, online action pages, blog… Working America

23 hrs ago

Office Manager – new

Working America Seattle, WA

Working America, the community affiliate of the AFL-CIO, is the fastest growing organization for working people in the country. With more than… Working America

14 days ago

Organizing Manager

Working America Portland, OR +2 locations

The Organizing Manager is responsible for overseeing the organizing team, as well as participating in member development and organizing activities in… Working America

30+ days ago

Field Manager

Working America United States

Supervise and train canvass staff. Lead teams of canvass organizers into neighborhoods every night, help them analyze their work, and offer training… Working America

30+ days ago

Canvass Organizer

Working America United States

You'll recruit new Working America members, mobilize them to action, and collect dues. Debrief with Field Managers on effective messaging techniques… Working America

18 days ago

State Program Director

Working America Anchorage, AK

Working America organizes crucial issue and electoral campaigns at the national, state and municipal level on behalf of working families. Our highly… Working America

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    Union employer for the working American.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at Working America


    The pay is decent for a job requiring only interpersonal communication skills and the ability to go on long hikes.


    The employees are hot or miss, I can't say they are terrible, but the qualifications for the job aren't really high.

    The people who worked, worked well, those who don't, you knew and basically made working there somewhat miserable.

    The bosses were all young, not really something I would consider very well trained either.

    You're recognized for filling quotas, not your performance.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Be less fake and recognize that some policies are down right absurd and pointless.

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