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''Contract Job Description - Applications being accepted now through Friday, June 3, 2011.
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''Diverse Community Outreach Leader Contract Job Description - Resumes/letters being accepted now through Friday, June 3, 2011 to: [mailto:team@e-democracy.org  team@e-democracy.org] - Subject line: Community Outreach Leader
  
E-Democracy.org is hiring a number of part-time very focused '''one to two month contract positions''' geared specifically to lead special outreach to diverse communities on our [http://tcneighbors.org Neighbors Issues Forums in St. Paul and Minneapolis].
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E-Democracy.org is hiring a number of focused part-time '''one to two month contract outreach positions''' over the summer in 2011 to specifically recruit diverse communities in our [http://tcneighbors.org Neighbors Issues Forums across St. Paul and Minneapolis].
  
We seek resumes or indications of interest from those who can help us lead direct outreach to the:
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Do you care passionately about building community? Do you believe in inclusion and raising diverse voices? If yes, then join our digital ground breaking [[Inclusive Social Media]] effort and team.
* Latino community - Focused on Powderhorn and Phillips in Minneapolis and potentially the West Side in St. Paul
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* Somali and East African communities - Focused on Phillips, Seward, and Cedar Riverside (forum successfully ~half East African today)
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We seek resumes and/or letters of interest from those who can help us lead very grass roots outreach to the:
* Native American community - Focused on Phillips (we also will have a larger [[Community Outreach and Information Leader]] position in [http://e-democracy.org/cl Leech Lake] in 2011)
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* Latino community - Focused on Powderhorn and Phillips in Minneapolis as well as potentially the West Side in St. Paul
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* Somali and East African communities - Focused on Phillips, Seward, and Cedar Riverside (Cedar Riverside is a model where the forum is successfully ~half East African today)
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* Native American community - Focused on Phillips (we also be posting a [[Community Outreach and Information Leader]] position for [http://e-democracy.org/cl Leech Lake] later as well)
 
* Hmong and SE Asian communities across St. Paul with special emphasis on the North End, East Side, and Frogtown
 
* Hmong and SE Asian communities across St. Paul with special emphasis on the North End, East Side, and Frogtown
 
* African American communities - Minneapolis and St. Paul generally, special work in Summit-U, the East Side and Frogtown in St. Paul
 
* African American communities - Minneapolis and St. Paul generally, special work in Summit-U, the East Side and Frogtown in St. Paul
 
''We also have volunteer positions available with a gift card thank you stipends available for those assisting our general tabling outreach at community events, libraries, and festivals. (A single $20 gift card for at least 2 hours of active assistance.)''
 
  
 
'''Duties:'''
 
'''Duties:'''
* Recruit  
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* Recruit diverse communities in-person - community events, festivals, door-to-door in target areas, libraries, parks, computer access centers, ethnic shopping malls, etc.
 
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* Recruit diverse community leaders and cultural organizations - whether recruiting in-person, via e-mail, or telephone - if you have deep connections to the communities above securing new members is the goal
* Meet with and train cultural organizations and community groups on how to join, post, and generally use the forum to reach out to the community.
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* Post (multi-lingual) signs and fliers in cafes and other public locations
* Lead ongoing outreach and at least quarterly recruitment drives mostly in-person using our standard paper sign-up sheets. Reasonable recruitment goals will be negotiated with E-Democracy.org.
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* Promote participation in the forum via locations that provide public Internet access such as the local library and community centers that cater to diverse communities
* Promote participation in the forum via locations that provide public Internet access such as the local library and community centers.
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'''Skills Desired:'''
 
'''Skills Desired:'''
* Good communication and writing skills
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* Good communication and organizing skills
* Outgoing personality and a wiliness to engage and involve others
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* Outgoing personality and a willingness to engage and involve others - in short you are shy about asking people to sign-up on paper forms but will only sign-up people who express some interest
* Multi-lingual speaking ability in Spanish, Somali, Oromo, Hmong, etc. per your primary neighborhood preferred
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* Multi-lingual speaking ability in Spanish, Somali, Oromo, Hmong, etc. per your primary diverse community focus
* Self-directed - As part of the contract process we will ask invited candidates to outline their simple own work plan.
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* Self-directed - As part of the contract process we will ask invited candidates to outline a simple work plan
* Comfort with online technologies including online forums/social networking, digital cameras, uploading video to YouTube
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'''Duration:''' February, 2010 through December 31, 2010
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'''Duration:''' One to two months within June, 2011 to the end of September, 2011. As a contractor, you are responsible for your self-employment tax (1099) and any insurance.
  
'''Rate:''' Depending upon experience, the contract rate is $15/hour with approximately 100 hours in each contact. There will be a bonus available for those who sign-up at least 100, and then 200 new forum members on our paper sign-up forms. As a contractor, you are responsible for your self-employment tax (1099) and any insurance.
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'''Rate:''' Depending upon experience, the contract rate is up to $15/hour with approximately 100 hours in each contract. There will be a sizable bonus available for those who sign-up at least 100 new members, and again at every 50 new members signed up on our paper sign-up forms. This will be clearly detailed in the contract.
  
 
'''To Apply:''' Send a short letter to Steven Clift, Executive Director, E-Democracy.org [mailto:team@e-democracy.org team@e-democracy.org] describing your interest, community activities, and contact information. Attach a resume if available. If you do not receive a confirmation with 48 hours that you applied for this position, please call 612-234-7072 during business hours.
 
'''To Apply:''' Send a short letter to Steven Clift, Executive Director, E-Democracy.org [mailto:team@e-democracy.org team@e-democracy.org] describing your interest, community activities, and contact information. Attach a resume if available. If you do not receive a confirmation with 48 hours that you applied for this position, please call 612-234-7072 during business hours.
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''We also have volunteer positions where we will provide a limited number of gift cards to those assisting our general tabling outreach at community events, libraries, and festivals. (A single $20 gift card for at least 2 hours of active assistance will be available at key events.)'' These important volunteers will assist our Outreach Coordinator, Corrine Bruning and our diverse community outreach leaders. Let us know if you are interested in being on a list of potential outreach volunteers: [mailto:team@e-democracy.org team@e-democracy.org]

Latest revision as of 19:55, 17 May 2011

DRAFT - May 16, 2011 - Edits to come

Back to Inclusive Social Media

Diverse Community Outreach Leader Contract Job Description - Resumes/letters being accepted now through Friday, June 3, 2011 to: team@e-democracy.org - Subject line: Community Outreach Leader

E-Democracy.org is hiring a number of focused part-time one to two month contract outreach positions over the summer in 2011 to specifically recruit diverse communities in our Neighbors Issues Forums across St. Paul and Minneapolis.

Do you care passionately about building community? Do you believe in inclusion and raising diverse voices? If yes, then join our digital ground breaking Inclusive Social Media effort and team.

We seek resumes and/or letters of interest from those who can help us lead very grass roots outreach to the:

  • Latino community - Focused on Powderhorn and Phillips in Minneapolis as well as potentially the West Side in St. Paul
  • Somali and East African communities - Focused on Phillips, Seward, and Cedar Riverside (Cedar Riverside is a model where the forum is successfully ~half East African today)
  • Native American community - Focused on Phillips (we also be posting a Community Outreach and Information Leader position for Leech Lake later as well)
  • Hmong and SE Asian communities across St. Paul with special emphasis on the North End, East Side, and Frogtown
  • African American communities - Minneapolis and St. Paul generally, special work in Summit-U, the East Side and Frogtown in St. Paul

Duties:

  • Recruit diverse communities in-person - community events, festivals, door-to-door in target areas, libraries, parks, computer access centers, ethnic shopping malls, etc.
  • Recruit diverse community leaders and cultural organizations - whether recruiting in-person, via e-mail, or telephone - if you have deep connections to the communities above securing new members is the goal
  • Post (multi-lingual) signs and fliers in cafes and other public locations
  • Promote participation in the forum via locations that provide public Internet access such as the local library and community centers that cater to diverse communities

Skills Desired:

  • Good communication and organizing skills
  • Outgoing personality and a willingness to engage and involve others - in short you are shy about asking people to sign-up on paper forms but will only sign-up people who express some interest
  • Multi-lingual speaking ability in Spanish, Somali, Oromo, Hmong, etc. per your primary diverse community focus
  • Self-directed - As part of the contract process we will ask invited candidates to outline a simple work plan

Duration: One to two months within June, 2011 to the end of September, 2011. As a contractor, you are responsible for your self-employment tax (1099) and any insurance.


Rate: Depending upon experience, the contract rate is up to $15/hour with approximately 100 hours in each contract. There will be a sizable bonus available for those who sign-up at least 100 new members, and again at every 50 new members signed up on our paper sign-up forms. This will be clearly detailed in the contract.

To Apply: Send a short letter to Steven Clift, Executive Director, E-Democracy.org team@e-democracy.org describing your interest, community activities, and contact information. Attach a resume if available. If you do not receive a confirmation with 48 hours that you applied for this position, please call 612-234-7072 during business hours.


We also have volunteer positions where we will provide a limited number of gift cards to those assisting our general tabling outreach at community events, libraries, and festivals. (A single $20 gift card for at least 2 hours of active assistance will be available at key events.) These important volunteers will assist our Outreach Coordinator, Corrine Bruning and our diverse community outreach leaders. Let us know if you are interested in being on a list of potential outreach volunteers: team@e-democracy.org

 

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