Work for Justice

Quarter-Time Program Manager Position Now Open

Washington UU Voices for Justice (Voices) and Northwest UU Justice Network (NWuuJN) seek an energetic, committed manager to lead the evolution of these two organizations into one new, more effective, more inclusive state action network for UUs engaged in justice work in Washington and beyond. This quarter-time program manager position is grant-funded as of January 2018. The position will remain open until filled.

The evolution will be led by the to-be-chartered WASAN Evolution Leadership Team, under the general oversight of the combined boards of Voices and NWuuJN. The program manager will chair the Leadership Team and will oversee work on the project as well as the staff and volunteers who implement that work. The program manager is the primary spokesperson for the project. The project is administered by NWuuJN.

The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree (or equivalent), experience in justice work with UUs and other religious activists, involvement in anti-racism work, demonstrated success in project/program management, and skill in working with people of all ages in a loosely-structured environment. The candidate must be comfortable with UU principles and values. For more information, please email DD Hilke here.