Peace Action is the largest grassroots peace and disarmament organization in the country. We are currently working towards a diplomatic solution with North Korea, restricting arms sales and support for the Saudi-led war in Yemen, and working to ease tensions with Iran and Venezuela. Peace Action is looking for people with all levels of political organizing experience to connect with our 100,000 supporters and members on the phone, advance our peace agenda, and rebuild the peace movement. Flexible daytime and evening hours. Women, People of Color and LGBTQ people strongly encouraged to apply. Strong interest in peace/foreign policy issues is a plus. Please attach a cover letter explaining what draws you to this organization.
to find out more about our organization visit www.peaceaction.org
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PRC’s mission is to help people affected by HIV/AIDS, substance use, or mental health issues better realize opportunities by providing integrated legal, social, and health services that address the broad range of social risk factors that impact wellness and limit potential.
PRC is a $30 million agency, with a staff of 270. The agency addresses the critical issues of housing, employment, and lack of opportunity, serving over 5,400 clients annually, the vast majority of whom are living with HIV or at high risk for HIV. PRC is the only organization in San Francisco with both HIV services, such as emergency financial assistance, legal advocacy, and workforce development, under the same roof as residential behavioral health treatment.
PRC’s services address social risk factors that impact personal and public health. With PRC’s support, clients have the opportunity to move from crisis to stability, positioning themselves to effectively manage their health. Services include emergency financial assistance, eviction prevention and housing stabilization, legal advocacy, residential behavioral health treatment, and workforce development. This combination of services that reach the target population on multiple levels are effective in preventing and reducing homelessness, improving public health, and increasing and enhancing the workforce.
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The Chief of Policy and Government Affairs is a member of the Executive Leadership Team. This position directs government affairs and advocacy activities for the agency. Manages staff involved in advocating for government policies and laws supporting the agency’s friends of interest. This includes research and analysis of proposed and current legislation, budgets, ballot initiatives, and local, state and federal programs. Directs agency’s community activities including building and participating coalitions. Develops and maintains effective working relationships with local, state and federal elected officials and advocates on behalf of the agency’s interests and strategic goals. The Chief of Policy must have a passion for and be knowledgeable about local, state and federal health and social policies that impact historically marginalized and disenfranchised communities, with a focus on mental health, substance use disorder, HIV and homelessness.
The ideal candidate will have the following competencies and characteristics:
Internal: Ability to communicate effectively with executives, peers, and direct reports; and
External: Ability to build trusted relationships with partner organizations, build consensus across a broad range of stakeholders, respond quickly and calmly in a variety of situations. Frequent contact with elected local and state officials and government agencies.