Work with CURB! Seeking PT Development and Media Coordinator

CURB is excited to announce that we are seeking a part-time Development and Media/Communications Coordinator to help support the work of our growing coalition!

Please read full job posting here

Applications Due Friday September 28th

The Development and Media/ Communications Coordinator will support the development needs of the coalition in addition to providing media and communications support to CURB’s local and statewide campaigns. The coordinator will be responsible for helping maintain the fiscal sustainability of the coalition through fundraisers, grants and our individual donor base as well as supporting CURB’s Statewide Coordinators and CURB members in amplifying the work of the coalition through social media and traditional media. On any given day, the coordinator’s responsibilities may include working with dedicated CURB leaders around the state, writing and tracking grant applications, creating and disseminating press releases, fielding press at direct actions and generating digital content.

CURB is committed to investing in the leadership of formerly incarcerated and convicted people. People who identify as Black, Brown, Indigenous, women, queer or trans are encouraged to apply. CURB does not discourage or discriminate against people with convictions. There will not be a background check or fingerprinting of applicants, and you will not be asked if you have ever been convicted of a crime on the application or interview.

CURB is also seeking passionate candidates for our Fall / Winter Internships! Applications for the internships will be accepted until positions are filled.

Please share the job posting and internship opportunities widely!

Thank you for helping us grow our resilient coalition!

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