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SOA Watch is Hiring: Employment & Internship

SOA Watch is Hiring!

Are you passionate about the struggle for human rights? Do you think
our government should be held accountable for its deeply flawed and
oppressive foreign policy towards Latin America? Do you believe that change
and a better world are possible?

Then we need YOU at SOA Watch.

WORK AT SOA WATCH: School of the Americas Watch is hiring for the
Development & Operations Coordinator and Communications Coordinator
positions to be based in Washington, DC. The positions are full-time with
health benefits, paid vacation and holiday time. Salary is negotiable, and
there are opportunities for skills development. Our staff is made up of
paid, unpaid, full-time, and part-time activists who are all dedicated
to this work.

Development & Operations Coordinator

Some of the responsibilities are:

– Produce donor appeals; grant applications, and other fundraising
materials
– Develop and pursue new ways to raise money
– Maintaining database
– Process donations and maintain records on donors
– Stock, promote, sell and distribute SOA Watch books and video
resources
– General office management functions
– Manage daily operation of computers; providing information on
problems to consultants for repairs
– Recruit and coordinate interns and office volunteers
– Directly coordinate some logistics for all national SOA Watch events

Click here to view the complete job description, requirements and
instructions on how to apply

Communications Coordinator

Some of the responsibilities are:

– Develop a proactive media campaign
– Update and maintain a database of Spanish- and English-language media
outlets and reporters
– Monitor news and respond to stories with an SOA/ WHINSEC connection
– Send out news releases; host press conferences; develop messaging
strategies
– Coordinate a volunteer media working group to assist with events and
other ongoing media work
– Compose and send out mass emails to grassroots base
– Maintain and update the SOA Watch website

Click here to view the complete job description, requirements and
instructions on how to apply

Internships at SOA Watch: SOA Watch is accepting applications for
full-time Spring Internships. These positions can be focused on a particular
area of work or more general in nature.

(1) Organizing Intern
(2) Legislative Intern
(3) Communications Intern
(4) Fundraising Intern

Click here for more information on internships and volunteer
opportunities at SOA Watch
. You can also contact SOA Watch at
info(at)soaw(dot)org or 202-234-3440.

School of the Americas Watch is a nonviolent grassroots movement that
works to stand in solidarity with the people of Latin America, to close
the U.S. Army School of the Americas (SOA, now renamed the Western
Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation or WHINSEC), and to change
oppressive U.S. foreign policy that the SOA represents. We are grateful
to our sisters and brothers throughout Latin America for their
inspiration and the invitation to accompany them in their struggle for economic
and social justice.

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