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Voices for Vermont’s Children’s mission is to promote public policy that enhances the lives of children and youth in Vermont. The values undergirding our mission include racial, ethnic and social equity and inclusion. We are currently engaged in significant work to explicitly integrate anti-oppression principles and strategies into our mission and policies. We are building a team that is representative of and accountable to the communities most impacted by inequity, and strongly encourage members of racial, ethnic and social groups to apply for employment.
Both positions are available immediately, and applications will be accepted until we find the right people. Please submit your application as soon as possible. Please note: Applicants wishing to combine these jobs into one full time position will need to demonstrate the appropriate experience and skills to perform the full range of duties.
Part-time, 20-25 hours/week
Working as an integral member of the Voices team, the administrative coordinator performs a wide range of administrative, light bookkeeping and office management duties that are key to Voices’ ability to advance our policy and advocacy goals.
Compensation and Benefits: salary negotiable; range $18,000-24,000. Benefits include a cafeteria plan with choices including medical, dental, dependent care, 403(b) retirement account; generous vacation, holiday, paid family leave, and sick leave.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: To apply, email a cover letter and resume to email@example.com. Include in the subject line of the email: your last name and Administrative Coordinator.
Part-time, 20-24 hours/week
Working as an integral part of the Voices for Vermont’s Children team, the Communications Coordinator will help to articulate our values, priorities, and mission using multiple platforms—print, broadcast, and digital media. The Coordinator will guide strategic communication throughout our research, policy advocacy, and fund development efforts, including strategies to increase the influence and presence of Voices, and to maintain Voices’ reputation as a leading source of independent policy research and analysis about children and youth in Vermont. The successful candidate will have at least three years’ experience in political or issue advocacy communications, and demonstrable success in the impact and engagement outcome of your work.
Compensation and Benefits: salary negotiable; range $24,000-30,000. Benefits include a cafeteria plan with choices including medical, dental, dependent care, 403(b) retirement account; generous vacation, holiday, paid family leave, and sick leave.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: To apply, email a cover letter, resume, a traditional writing sample (i.e. a press release, blog post, op-ed, etc.), and a social media post sample to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include in the subject line of the email: your last name and Communications Coordinator.