Fw: [LALS] San Diego Justice for Janitors Campaign Research Position
- This position is available in San Diego.
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From: "Julie Monroe jamonroe@...
Sent: Friday, August 30, 2002 11:51 AM
Subject: [LALS] San Diego Justice for Janitors Campaign Research Position
San Diego Justice for Janitors Campaign Research
SEIU Building Services Division
The Service Employees International Union, the nation's fastest growing labor organization with more than 1.5 million members, seeks
campaign-oriented researchers to support the Building Service Division's Justice for Janitors/security officers campaigns.
Justice for Janitors and the security officer organizing campaigns are exciting national drives to win significant wage gains,
health insurance, full-time work and organizing rights for low-wage building service workers. This position is available in San
The Campaign Researcher will work as a member of the research center team, together with organizing leads, to develop and
implement corporate, legal, legislative, and regulatory strategies and tactics to advance
organizing and bargaining goals. Work will include tracking real estate trends, key real estate players; doing industry, company and
individual research. Competitive salary; excellent benefits. Send resume, writing samples and list of references. Women and persons
of color encouraged to apply. SEIU is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
· Enthusiastic commitment to building a strong building service union.
· Strong commitment to progressive social change and activist experience.
· Strong technical research skills and ability to apply research to strategic organizing campaigns.
· Experience in participating in strategic/corporate campaigns in support of organizing and/or bargaining.
· Excellent writing ability; experience with a variety of computer-based research tools and good quantitative skills.
· Excellent political and internal organizational skills.
· Ability to work well under tight deadlines and in a team environment.
· Ability to speak Spanish a plus.
Send cover letter and resume to:
SEIU 1877 Attn: Eddie Iny
1247 W. 7th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90017
Or send by email to: eddieiny@...
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