The role of the Training Associate is to facilitate capacity-building, strategy development, and technical assistance for external social and economic justice organizations, as part of SCOPE’s commitment to movement-building beyond our own organization. Additionally, the role is to support ongoing internal political education for SCOPE members and staff. The Training Associate will coordinate, (co-)facilitate, and evaluate training and technical assistance to an emerging local, regional, and national client base. SCOPE’s training clients have traditionally included: social justice organizations and coalitions; labor unions; service-providers; foundations; and networks. The Training Associate will provide direct training services to a range of participants including organizational staff, grassroots/rank-and-file members, academics, and executive teams. SCOPE’s training modules include, but are not limited to, Power Analysis, Social Change Spectrum, Community Organizing, Campaign Strategy Development, and Integrated Voter Engagement. The Training Associate reports directly to the Co-Executive Director and collaborates with all directors and staff to seamlessly integrate training with SCOPE’s overall work.
Part-time Staff Accountant
SCOPE seeks an experienced Staff Accountant to maintain and support sound financial and administrative systems that support the organization’s work and staff. The Staff Accountant will facilitate the financial and administrative activities of the organization, including accounting operations and reporting, analysis, budgeting, and maintaining the organization’s financial and administrative policies and procedures. The Staff Accountant will work closely with the Executive Leadership (Co-Executive Directors), Development Manager, Operations and HR Coordinator, outside accounting firm, and collaborate with all staff, to help achieve the organization’s goals.
As a key leader within the organization, the Organizing Director directs, develops, and manages SCOPE’s community outreach, base-building efforts, grassroots leadership development, and Neighborhood Education Action Teams. In addition, the Director will work closely with the Integrated Voter Engagement staff to create organizing opportunities among identified supportive voters. The Director is responsible for leading SCOPE’s multiracial organizing strategies to advance community-led policy solutions and campaign outcomes while building relationships and capacity among grassroots adult and youth members, staff, and allies in the social change movement. The prime candidate is an experienced professional organizer and natural relationship-builder, who leads with vision, integrity, and self awareness
The Campaign Associate is an exciting opportunity to coordinate and support campaign efforts among SCOPE teams and grassroots leader spaces. The Campaign Associate will: assist in the implementation and tracking of campaign strategies and tactical plans; develop and implement plans to support Membership Committees; support development of coalitions and strategic partnerships in assigned campaigns; conduct political analysis; deepen relationships with key decision-making bodies; build the capacity of SCOPE staff and membership to wage and win strategic campaigns by providing strategic analysis and advise; and support the Policy Director in the overall evaluation of campaigns as strategic vehicles for systemic social change. The Campaign Associate will work closely with the Policy Director and the policy and program teams to play a key role in building regional power in SCOPE-led campaigns and contributing to organizational direction-setting and capacity-building.