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Social Media and Content Coordinator

About RAN: 

Rainforest Action Network (RAN) is an environmental and human rights organization that believes individuals and communities can confront corporate power together to create the world we want and need. RAN uses nonviolent direct action, grassroots organizing, and strategic communications to challenge corporations to stop destructive operations, respect human rights, and adopt comprehensive policies to reduce their contributions to climate change. We take leadership from grassroots and Indigenous movements and are currently developing our organization-wide racial justice lens.

Position Summary:

Available now, RAN has an opening on our Digital Engagement Team for a Social Media and Content Coordinator. This is a full time position with benefits listed below. You’ll join a team of digital savvy activists and help launch and sustain innovative, strategic and highly effective campaigns to preserve rainforests, protect the climate and uphold human rights. In this role you will be building an online narrative on social media, blogs, and email around campaigns and frontline communities leading the fight around important issues.

The job will have two core areas of focus for the first 6-12 months.

1) Creating, coordinating and scheduling social media across multiple RAN campaign priorities as well as for institution generally. This includes organizing and leveraging content created from the global RAN team as well as archival RAN content. We are also looking for incisive reporting and analysis of RAN's social media profile and impact.

2) Creating, coordinating and scheduling content for RAN's Community Action Grants, one of RAN's three major program areas. This program supports frontline and Indigenous communities around the globe leading the fights to keep fossil fuels in the ground, forests standing, and communities intact and healthy. This role will play a lead role in content creation and coordination for this program, working closely with program and communications staff.

It will be a fast moving role that will take someone who is good at finishing projects on time and be able to think big picture about engagement and supporter/user experience.

The Social Media and Content Campaigner will directly report to the Digital Engagement Director. This person will also directly work with wide range of campaigners, digital, membership, and communications staffers to plan projects and execute on their delivery. Anyone in this role will need to be able to self-manage priorities and deadlines.

Details:
Location: Flexible; main offices are in San Francisco, CA.
A successful applicant outside of San Francisco must be comfortable and effective working in a distributed team from a remote office.

Specific Duties:

  • With assistance from the communications team, the Digital Campaign Strategist will write email blasts, social media content, and other written materials for online production.
  • Create and test emails and other online communications.
  • Create social media content;
  • Manage followers on social media and implement strategies to grow reach;
  • Create and co-manage content calendars;
  • Communicating best practices and training on those for RAN staff to use our social media platforms with consistency for campaigning;
  • Coordinate and create content related to Community Action Grants;
  • Use online tools such as Share Progress, Brigade, Causes, and MoveOn Petitions to increase reach and growth for RAN’s campaigns;
  • Create forms and surveys using NationBuilder;
  • Use Google Analytics, Facebook Insights, and other data reporting tools to track all communications and their impacts;
  • Provide analysis of online performance and recommendations for changes when needed;
  • Support other aspects of RAN’s work (e.g. helping during major fundraising events, grassroots trainings, or campaigns priorities as requested by supervisor);
  • Work openly and cooperatively within a high functioning team dynamic;
  • Participate in weekly team meetings and bi-weekly RAN staff meetings;
  • Share office responsibilities to maintain a healthy and safe workplace.


Required Qualifications:

  • 2-3 years of managing social media accounts and running intentional social media campaigns;
  • 2-3 years of experience writing for online advocacy or marketing campaigns;
  • 1-2 years of experience using email tools such as NationBuilder, Blue State Digital, Action Kit, Salsa, Convio, Constant Contact, Mail Chimp etc;
  • Strong interpersonal skills;
  • Comfortable with basic use of photoshop or other photo editing software;
  • Strong organizational, time management and project management skills, ability to work to tight deadlines;
  • Commitment to RAN’s mission and vision including the preservation of rainforests, protection of the climate, and the upholding human rights and RAN’s theory of change including corporate campaigning and non-violent direct action;
  • Basic understanding of HTML;
  • Experience using social media, such as Twitter and Facebook, for campaigning;
  • Experience using basic reporting tools to analyze and track data;
  • Ability to work independently from a remote location, to follow instructions, and complete tasks across time zones with a minimal amount of supervision if necessary;
  • Strong commitment to and belief in the power of using online resources to help empower communities and activists.
  • Knowledge and commitment to advancing racial justice;


Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience with graphic and video design.
  • Experience using A/B testing in an advocacy or marketing capacity.

RAN is committed to advancing equity and justice, educates staff on issues including privilege and oppression, and integrates these values into our work. We are in the process of building out our racial justice lens and are seeking candidates who have a commitment to engage in this process and work with us to create a just and inclusive work environment and world.  RAN provides all people with equal employment and volunteer opportunities.

Compensation:

The salary for this position is competitive for the small non-profit San Francisco Bay Area market.  Benefits include full health coverage for the employee and their partner/family (plus an employer funded HSA), VSP & dental insurance, 4 weeks PTO (increases to 5 weeks after 2 years), and a Simple IRA retirement plan with a 3% fully vesting employer match.  Additionally, after 5 years, staff are eligible for a 3 month fully paid sabbatical.

How to Apply:

Please send resume and letter of interest to resumes@ran.org with job title and your name in the subject line.  If possible please include online portfolio, personal website, LinkedIn page or any other online resume you update. No phone calls, please.

 

 


Deputy Executive Director

For 30 years, Rainforest Action Network (RAN) has campaigned for the forests, their inhabitants and the natural systems that sustain life. Called one of the “most savvy environmental agitators in the business” by The Wall Street Journal, RAN runs creative campaigns to protect forests, stem climate change and uphold human rights by pressuring and inspiring corporations doing the most environmental harm.

RAN has experienced significant growth over the past few years, and is looking for an extraordinary person to work in partnership with the Executive Director, Lindsey Allen, to take the organization to a new level of influence and effectiveness. We are a seven million dollar organization with a team of 45 people. Our home office is in San Francisco and we have staff members in Indonesia, Japan, the United Kingdom and other parts of the U.S. This position will report to the Executive Director and will be based in San Francisco. The position is designed to eventually take the lead in managing day-­‐to-­‐day operations of RAN while the Executive Director increasingly focuses externally with a significant amount of time spent out of the office. We have a flexible and collaborative work culture, a comparative salary and excellent benefits.

Unlike any other organization, RAN works at the intersection of deforestation, climate change and upholding human rights through the lens of corporate accountability. We believe that lasting solutions require us to challenge what is currently considered politically feasible and instead aspire to do what is necessary for people and planet. Our three programmatic areas are: Forest, Climate and Energy and Community Action Grants.

Our Forest Program seeks to keep threatened forests intact; stop the irresponsible conversion of natural forests and peat lands for corporate profits; secure rights for forest communities; and hold industrial agribusiness and financiers accountable for negative impacts on forests, human rights, and local sustainable food systems. One of our most recent campaigns has targeted the devastating impact of the palm oil market on forests. As part of that campaign, RAN has targeted The Snack Food 20 — some of the biggest and most well-­‐known snack food companies and brands on the planet, including Kellogg Company; Mars Inc.; Mondelez International, Inc.; The Hershey Company; General Mills, Inc.; ConAgra Foods, Inc.; The J.M. Smucker Company; Krispy Kreme Doughnut Corporation; and Dunkin’ Brands Group, Inc. Since the launch of our campaign, all of those companies have released strengthened palm oil commitments. We continue to pressure laggards, such as PepsiCo, in order to convince producers connected to deforestation, climate change, and human rights abuses that there is no market for Conflict Palm Oil. We have also convinced Disney and other top children’s book publishers to eliminate their use of paper products connected to deforestation and land grabbing.

Our Climate and Energy Program targets extreme energy production and holds the fossil fuel industry accountable for negative impacts on communities, local environments and the climate. We have been pressuring the finance industry to shift from fossil fuels to renewable energy production as well as fighting to prevent the extraction of fossil fuel on public lands. In the past few years we’ve had significant success in convincing Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo, Morgan Stanley, and Citigroup to phase out their financing of the coal mining sector. Our annual report card that ranks financial institutions on a variety of criteria has proven a powerful leveraging tool (download report) — and we are expanding this work in 2016 to target broader fossil fuel financing. We have also launched a national campaign, Keep It In the Ground, to stop all fossil fuel extraction on federal lands.

Our Community Action Grants program provides direct and rapid funding for people fighting in their own communities across the globe. These small grants are designed to help frontline communities protect millions of acres of forest, to keep millions of tons of carbon in the ground, and to defend customary rights.

RAN has a commitment to upholding Indigenous rights and addressing structural racism in our programmatic work and operational practice. Our theory of change recognizes that our strength is operating as a network and being accountable to partners. Ours is a culture of learning, feedback, and continual self and organizational improvement.

The Position

The Deputy Director is a new position responsible for overall day-­‐to-­‐day management of the organization and supervision of directors in key departments in the organization. This person will work closely with the Executive Director as senior leadership on all aspects of organizational development and strategy, operations, management and drive best practices across the organization. The ideal candidate has organizational development and management experience, is fluent in fundraising and is eager to be a confident and persuasive representative for RAN’s mission, values and programs. The ideal candidate will also have fluency in issues related to racial equity and a commitment to supporting a racial equity analysis in RAN’s operations and programs. Direct experience supporting organizations transitioning to a more intentional and operational approach to racial justice and racial equity — including experience in recruitment and hiring; staff orientation and retention; or management and leadership training — is greatly desired.

The Deputy Director will be appointed by and report to the Executive Director. The Deputy Director will be a key member of RAN’s Leadership Team.
The Deputy Director will oversee:

  • A Human Resources, Finance and Operations Department with three full-­‐time employees.
  • A Digital Department with six employees who manage the organization’s web presence, email action lists, online fundraising and social network campaigns.
  • A Development and Fundraising Department with six full-­‐time employees.
  • The organization’s racial justice and racial equity working groups charged with coordinating and supporting the implementation of RAN’s evolving racial justice analysis

Responsibilities

Organizational Development and Planning

  • Work closely with the Executive Director and Board to develop, articulate and implement overall organizational strategy. This position is responsible for integrating and aligning the program, department and overall organizational strategies. The Deputy Director will also identify key staff engagement opportunities for strategy development and planning.
  • Lead the annual planning process (in coordination with the E.D. and the Board) and track plan progress throughout the year.
  • Manage the implementation, review and modification of the organization’s strategic plan.
  • Lead the annual goal setting inside the organization by supporting the development of annual department plans.
  • Support the vision and strategy of the organization and help to lead RAN in the achievement of its mission and goals. This includes communicating a clear and compelling strategy to funders, staff, partner organizations, the media and the public.
  • Support the preparation of the annual budget and ensure that the organization operates within budget guidelines. Responsible for overseeing the development and maintenance of sound financial practices.
  • Work with staff and Board of Directors to raise funds necessary to carry out the mission and to strengthen the organization. Support the development and implementation of the annual fundraising plan and engage directly in donor cultivation and solicitation.

Supervise Management and Organizational Leadership

  • Manage and empower staff.
  • Participate on RAN’s Leadership Team.
  • Through own modeling and development of shared team practices, help create a culture of constructive accountability within the Leadership Team.
  • Implement systems that facilitate timely decision making between departments and areas of work. Define what issues the Executive Director needs to address and help prepare for quarterly Board meetings.
  • Ensure implementation of strategic decisions made by the senior management teams in a timely manner.
  • Lead comprehensive planning and assessment of overall program work across the organization, needs, and priorities both internally and externally.
  • Ensure that the overall conduct and work of the organization is of high quality.

Staff and Culture Management

  • Support an organizational culture that attracts, sustains and motivates a diverse staff of top quality people devoted to the mission.
  • Oversee planning and execution of staff-­‐wide initiatives, meetings and staff development. Oversee and manage day-­‐to-­‐day operational functions of program and staff operations of the organization 
  • Lead cross functional teams to plan, coordinate and deliver program staff development and planning efforts, coordination of bi-­‐ weekly staff meetings and staff retreats, leadership team retreats, including leading on design of meeting and agenda with input from senior leadership team and sign off from ED.
  • Partner with senior leadership across the organization to embed the organizational values into work and contribute to the evolution of cultural changes across the organization.
  • Develop and implement comprehensive employee communication strategy to grow and sustain a values-­‐driven culture, engage and inform employees a communicators and accelerate change adoption  across  the organization.
  • Help to build a relational, transparent culture of excellence, including creating learning opportunities for all staff and timely, regular internal communications.
  • Coordinate internal manager training two times a year.

Collaboration with the Board of Directors

  • Work jointly with the Board and ED to develop programmatic and organizational strategy, manage implementation of Board-­‐ identified deliverables, staff and serve on critical Board committees, and organize  presentations  at  Board Meetings.
  • Coordinate and facilitate committee meetings that feed Board Meetings.
  • Manage Board evaluation process, support governance process, budget process and tighten internal controls and systems in relations to overall Board Management.

Developing Organizational and External Relations

  • Manage a mutually agreed upon set of external allied relationships and donor relationships, and represent the organization with a variety of audiences.
  • Bring in new organizational relationships and deepening existing ones.
  • Establish, coordinate, and track programmatic base relationships with key stakeholders in coordination with program teams.
  • Represent organization to external parties.
  • Strengthen collaborative opportunities with a range of organizations.

Qualifications

This position is an influential and high profile position in the national and international environmental community.  RAN’s new Deputy Director will have:

  • At least ten years of demonstrated success in managing complex organizations as a CEO or senior leader in a national nonprofit or directly analogous experience.
  • An inspiring and collaborative leadership style that engages the support and talents of the staff, leads by example, and encourages creativity and productive, high-­‐quality  work.
  • A commitment to racial diversity and an ability and interest in working with people from different and diverse backgrounds inside and outside the organization.
  • Proven experience in preparing budgets and in financial and operations management.
  • A clear public commitment and track record that demonstrates understanding and alignment with the issues, goals and style of RAN’s campaigns.
  • The charisma and energy to engage with and create enduring partnerships with individuals and institutions that can support and further RAN’s agenda.
  • Outstanding communications skills and a deep understanding of media and public relations.
  • A superb ability to create a vision and to chart strategic directions that result in clear operational goals.
  • Experience with and success in developing and implementing strategic public campaigns on social and/or environmental issues.
  • Demonstrated understanding of the principles of environmental justice.
  • A nuanced understanding and experience with the dynamics of working with local and regional groups, and developing campaigns that create alliances with a variety of stakeholders.
  • The ability to lead in a fast-­‐paced environment where flexibility and team effort are essential.

RAN works to advance racial justice, educates staff on issues including privilege and oppression, and integrates these values into all of our work. We are seeking candidates who have a commitment to engage in this process and work with us to create a just, inclusive, and sustainable work environment and world. RAN provides all people with equal employment and volunteer opportunities.

Salary is competitive for the non-­‐profit Bay Area market and benefits include full health insurance coverage (including a employer funded Health Savings Account), vision insurance, and dental insurance. We offer four weeks of Paid Time Off (PTO), which increases to five weeks of annual PTO after an employee has been on staff for two years. We have a Simple IRA retirement plan with an annual 3% fully vesting employer match. After five years of employment all staff are eligible for a three-­‐month fully paid sabbatical. At RAN we encourage team members to maintain a positive work/life balance and offer flexibility where needed to make this possible.

Please send resumes and letters of interest to DD@ran.org. No phone calls please. Status: Exempt, Full Time

Location: San Francisco, CA preferred

Application Deadline: While this position will be posted until hired, and applications are accepted on a rolling basis. 

Climate Digital Campaign Strategist (full-time)

About RAN: 

Rainforest Action Network (RAN) is an environmental and human rights organization that believes individuals and communities can confront corporate power together to create the world we want and need. RAN uses nonviolent direct action, grassroots organizing, and strategic communications to challenge corporations to stop destructive operations, respect human rights, and adopt comprehensive policies to reduce their contributions to climate change. We take leadership from grassroots and Indigenous movements and are currently developing our organization-wide racial justice lens.

RAN’s Climate and Energy Program fights alongside people directly impacted by dirty energy, challenging corporate practices that place profits above people and the planet. In the 21st century, we should not be using deadly and outdated technology to power our communities. We are currently tackling the world’s dirtiest fossil fuels, coal and oil, and the leading banks that make their expansion possible, to address the root causes of climate change

But the path forward is not only about stopping the worst impacts of climate change. It is also about envisioning and planning for the future that we want to live in. The fossil fuel industry and their political allies are pushing us towards climate catastrophe. RAN believes that people acting together can change this, as we have seen time and again throughout history.

Position Summary:

RAN has an opening for a full-time position on our Digital Engagement Team for a Digital Campaign Strategist for the Climate and Energy Program. The Digital Campaign Strategist will work closely with RAN’s Climate Program to provide the technical backbone necessary for effective online campaigning. The successful candidate will know how to utilize online tools to compel offline action. They will be experienced and strategic in leveraging both in-house resources such as our email list and digital platform, NationBuilder, as well as social media to leverage supporter muscle and provide concrete results for the campaign. The Digital Campaign Strategist will plan and implement a range of digital strategies and tactics, some tried-and-true and some innovative. The Digital Campaign Strategist will be responsible for evaluating data, testing, and reporting back on insights and knowledge gained from each online action completed. In addition to the utilization of online assets in strong and effective campaigning, the Digital Campaign Strategist will be responsible for assisting with growth of RAN presence across social media channels, including but not limited to Facebook and Twitter. The ideal candidate will have strong writing skills—for example, they will be able to craft an excellent advocacy email, and create effective social media copy.

This position is full-time, salary with excellent benefits and reports directly to the Digital Director.  This location is flexible, San Francisco preferred. A successful applicant outside of San Francisco must be comfortable and effective working in a distributed team from a home office.

Specific Duties:

  • Working with campaigners, the Digital Campaign Strategist will plan and execute all aspects of robust campaigns in the digital space to move corporate targets.

  • With assistance from the communications team, the Digital Campaign Strategist will write email blasts, social media content, and other written materials for online production.

  • Build, test, and deploy online action pages.

  • Create blogs or other news releases.

  • Create and test emails and other online communications.

  • Use online tools such as Share Progress, Brigade, Causes, and MoveOn Petitions to increase reach and growth for RAN’s campaigns.

  • Create forms and surveys using NationBuilder.

  • Use Google Analytics, Facebook Insights, and other data reporting tools to track all communications and their impacts.

  • Provide analysis of online performance and recommendations for changes when needed.

  • Manage followers on social media and implement strategies to grow reach.

  • Create content highlighting regions impacted by fossil fuel extraction and/or climate change.

  • Support other aspects of RAN’s work (e.g. helping during major fundraising events, grassroots trainings, or campaigns priorities as requested by supervisor);

  • Work openly and cooperatively within a high functioning team dynamic;

  • Participate in weekly team meetings and bi-weekly RAN staff meetings;

  • Share office responsibilities to maintain a healthy and safe workplace.

Required Qualifications:

  • 2-3 years of experience using online advocacy tools such as NationBuilder, Blue State Digital, Action Kit, Salsa, Convio, etc;

  • 2-3 years of experience writing advocacy content for online use;

  • Strong interpersonal skills;

  • Strong organizational, time management and project management skills, ability to work to tight deadlines;

  • Passionate commitment to climate protection, human rights and/or corporate campaigning;

  • Basic understanding of HTML;

  • Experience using social media, such as Twitter and Facebook, for campaigning;

  • Experience using basic reporting tools to analyze and track data;

  • Ability to work independently from a remote location, to follow instructions, and complete tasks across time zones with a minimal amount of supervision if necessary;

  • Strong commitment to and belief in the power of using online resources to help empower communities and activists.

  • Knowledge and commitment to advancing racial justice;

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience as an organizer or campaigner with an advocacy non-profit;

  • Experience using A/B testing in an advocacy or marketing capacity.

RAN is committed to advancing equity and justice, educates staff on issues including privilege and oppression, and integrates these values into our work. We are in the process of building out our racial justice lens and are seeking candidates who have a commitment to engage in this process and work with us to create a just and inclusive work environment and world.  RAN provides all people with equal employment and volunteer opportunities.

Compensation:

The salary for this position is competitive for the small non-profit San Francisco Bay Area market.  Benefits include full health coverage for the employee and their partner/family (plus an employer funded HSA), VSP & dental insurance, 4 weeks PTO (increases to 5 weeks after 2 years), and a Simple IRA retirement plan with a 3% fully vesting employer match.  Additionally, after 5 years, staff are eligible for a 3 month fully paid sabbatical.

How to Apply:

Please send resume and letter of interest to resumes@ran.org with job title and your name in the subject line.  If possible please include online portfolio, personal website, LinkedIn page or any other online resume you update. No phone calls, please.



Executive Assistant

For 30 years, Rainforest Action Network (RAN) has campaigned for the forests, their inhabitants and the natural systems that sustain life. Called one of the “most savvy environmental agitators in the business” by The Wall Street Journal, RAN runs creative campaigns to protect forests, stem climate change and uphold human rights by pressuring and inspiring corporations doing the most environmental harm.

RAN has experienced significant growth over the past few years, and is looking for an extraordinary person to support the Executive Director, Lindsey Allen, to take the organization to a new level of influence and effectiveness. We are a seven million dollar organization with a team of 45 people. Our home office is in San Francisco and we have staff members in Indonesia, Japan, the United Kingdom and other parts of the U.S. This position will report to the Executive Director and will be based in San Francisco. We have a flexible and collaborative work culture, a comparative salary and excellent benefits.

The Position
RAN is looking for a motivated, passionate and self-directed person to support our Executive Director, the Board of Directors, the Development Department and overall organizational function. The ability to interact with staff at all levels—while remaining flexible, proactive, resourceful, and efficient—is essential. A high level of professionalism and confidentiality is crucial. The ideal candidate must have excellent oral and written communication skills in English. Attentiveness to detail and strong decision-making and organizational abilities are equally important. This person should have strong interpersonal skills and the ability and willingness to represent RAN and its mission. This is a full-time, non-exempt position.


Specific Duties

Complete a broad variety of administrative tasks for the ED including:

  • Manage an extremely active calendar of appointments;
  • Manage email, and answer correspondence when appropriate;
  • Complete expense reports;
  • Compile documents for travel-related meetings;
  • Manage verbal and written correspondence with a diverse community of RAN members--including activists, environmental justice partner organizations and major donors;
  • Manage end-to-end travel processes, including arranging strategic meetings, providing appropriate briefings, setting itineraries, and managing expenses;
  • Attend meetings, collect agenda items, and take and produce the minutes when requested;
  • Prioritize conflicting needs; handle matters expeditiously, proactively, discreetly with kindness and respect, and follow-through on projects to successful completion, often with deadline pressures;
  • Plan, coordinate and ensure the ED’s schedule is followed and respected. Provide “gatekeeper” and “gateway” role, creating win-win situations for direct access to the ED’s time and office;
  • Must be prepared to assist in any aspect of RAN’s work as requested by the ED with precision and the utmost respect for confidentiality.

Provide Development and Communications support for the Executive office, including:

  • Create and execute communications strategies for the executive office
  • Manage online presence of ED through social media and email outreach; keep abreast of current issues, create content for online channels, and analyze engagement metrics
  • Provide publicity support for the ED, in particular securing invitations to speak at key events and conferences;
  • Organize executive press and major donor outreach, including drafting correspondence, arranging meetings, conducting research and identifying new prospects;
  • Collaborate with the Development Department to raise the profile of the annual fundraising gala, house parties, and other special events.

Work directly with the Board of Directors, with tasks including:

  • Collaborate with individual board members and manage special projects to ensure the board is as effective as possible
  • Coordinate all meetings of the Board and the Executive Committee of the Board; prepare notices, agendas, and materials for members; take minutes at all meetings and prepare summary reports for publication;
  • Maintain RAN’s policy files and records and assist the Board Chair to ensure adherence to these policies
  • Provide Board related materials in response to annual reporting requirements;
  • Coordinate annual new Board member orientation and prepare and provide orientation materials;
  • Assist with Board Committee projects.


Required Qualifications:

  • 3 years direct experience assisting a high-level executive, ideally in a non-profit environment;
  • Experience with or interest in fundraising and development;
  • Excellent writing and verbal communication skills in English;
  • Excellent administrative skills – typing, filing, phone, email etc.;
  • Impeccable follow-through and task management;
  • Highly organized, able to prioritize and multi-task;
  • Commitment to or interest in social justice causes.

RAN works to advance racial justice, educates staff on issues including privilege and oppression, and integrates these values into all of our work. We are seeking candidates who have a commitment to engage in this process and work with us to create a just, inclusive, and sustainable work environment and world. RAN provides all people with equal employment and volunteer opportunities.

Salary is competitive for the non-­‐profit Bay Area market and benefits include full health insurance coverage (including a employer funded Health Savings Account), vision insurance, and dental insurance. We offer four weeks of Paid Time Off (PTO), which increases to five weeks of annual PTO after an employee has been on staff for two years. We have a Simple IRA retirement plan with an annual 3% fully vesting employer match. After five years of employment all staff are eligible for a three-­‐month fully paid sabbatical. At RAN we encourage team members to maintain a positive work/life balance and offer flexibility where needed to make this possible.

Please send resumes and letters of interest to EA@ran.org. No phone calls please.
Status: Exempt, Full Time
Location: San Francisco, CA preferred
Application Deadline: This position will be posted until hired. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.