We are the Brooklyn Movement Center, a Black-led, membership-based organization of Central Brooklyn residents. We build power and pursue self-determination in Bedford-Stuyvesant & Crown Heights by nurturing local leadership, waging campaigns, and winning concrete improvements in people’s lives. Over the years, our intersectional-issue organizing has included police accountability, food and environmental justice, anti-street harassment and education equity.
We’re looking for a dynamic organizer who can lead campaigns to resist displacement and build resilience among vulnerable, long-term Central Brooklynites residents. A competitive candidate is someone who is a fearless recruiter and has strong people and communication skills, including using digital organizing tools.
You’ll be responsible for:
Experience and skills needed for the job include at least two years’ experience in tenant organizing that included base-building, volunteer management, campaign management, and leadership development. Experience in Central Brooklyn issues and/or racial justice organizing are all advantages, but not required.
Salary and benefits include $55,000 with full benefits for a one-year, full-time position with the possibility of long-term employment.
Ready to apply? Do it here! BMC is an inclusive and equitable work environment. Central Brooklynites, Black organizers and people of color in general are highly encouraged to apply.