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JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Current Open Positions

Director

The Director assists with managing the overall operations of an educational and racial justice non-profit organization, including, but not limited to, organizational and financial management, personnel administration, short- and long-range planning, public relations, communications, and external relations. The Director is also responsible for the quality and effectiveness of all services and will report to the President & CEO.

Communications & Program Specialist

The Communications & Program Specialist assists with developing and implementing communication, marketing, and outreach campaigns and programs on behalf of BLU. The Communications and Program Specialist works collaboratively with staff to help advance BLU’s digital and in-person engagement and public participation. This position brings skills in marketing, communications, and creative community engagement to build multi-faceted relationships with the community through various media sources, including social media, special events, volunteerism, and programming.  This multi-facet position provides program and administrative support to BLU Educational Foundation and other staff as assigned.

Closed Positions

Executive Administrative Assistant

The Executive Administrative Assistant’s (EAA) primary role is to support/organize the CEO, ensuring they are focused on leadership and strategic priorities.   The EAA reports directly to the CEO and serves as the right-hand; keeps them abreast of their management priorities on a daily basis and makes sure they are prepared for all key responsibilities and interactions.

Community Organizer

The Community Organizer (CO) will engage, recruit, and train parents, students and community members to increase the power, voice and leadership of Black and other Communities of Color to advance educational and social justice. The CO will develop, implement and supervise policy/issue campaigns, field organizing and civic  engagement activities (virtually and in-person) throughout Inland Empire communities, schools, and colleges. The CO will also serve as a key liaison to partner organizations regarding local, regional and statewide advocacy initiatives.

Career Partnerships Coordinator

Career Partnerships Coordinator will assist students in obtaining employment and experiential opportunities in business and industry. They will be responsible for developing relationships with employers, senior executives, start-up owners, nonprofit leaders, among others, and successfully place participants into jobs and provide ongoing retention services to support both the employer and the BLU student. This position requires someone that has experience in workforce development, case management and/or sales and marketing.

College Access & Community Engagement Advisor

The College Access & Community Engagement (CACE) Advisor will engage Black and other
People of Color to increase the power, voice and leadership in their communities to advance
educational and social justice. CACE Advisor will survey community members via phone and
door-to-door canvassing regarding education, economic, social, and racial justice issues
throughout the Inland Empire.

Civic Engagement Coordinator

The Civic Engagement Coordinator (CEC) will engage, recruit, and train youth and adults to
increase the power, voice and leadership of Black and other Communities of Color to advance
educational and social justice. The CEC will develop, implement, and supervise voter/issue
campaigns, community canvassing, field organizing and civic engagement activities (virtually
and in-person) throughout Inland Empire communities, schools, and colleges.

College Success Advisor (student position)

The College Success Advisor (CSA) will assist with implementation and case management of a college access program for Inland Empire students. The CSA will provide college and career planning support to students and parents virtually (via phone, email, text and online) as part of a regional College Success Initiative.

Community Outreach Associate

The Community Outreach Associate will engage parents, students and community members to increase the power, voice and leadership of communities of color to advance educational and social justice. The Associate will conduct outreach to parents, students and community members via phone, email, text and door-to-door canvassing regarding education, college & career access and parent/community involvement in schools throughout the Inland Empire.

Please send all documents to the email address below.

info@bluedfoundation.org

Interviews for OPEN positions will begin immediately.

If you have any questions or need any additional information contact us via email.