Available Positions

One Pennsylvania is a statewide base-building organization that promotes economic justice with a racial justice analysis. We believe justice is inclusive and interconnected, and that we only win together. Our motto is to follow the money, confront the power, and make real change. We unite low income and working class activists with the support of a broad coalition of community, labor, faith, and students’ organizations. Our members are workers, students, parents, seniors, people with disabilities, and retirees who are excited to learn, collaborate, and build power. Together, we tackle the fundamental economic justice and political participation problems of our community.

One Pennsylvania campaigns for good jobs, strong and healthy communities, and corporate accountability. Together, we fight for social justice and tackle the racial, gender, and economic inequality that holds back working families. Working with us is demanding and exciting. Come help build a movement to change Pennsylvania.

One Pennsylvania is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, LGBTQIA people, and people of color are strongly encouraged to apply.

Available Positions:
Eastern PA Political Associate
One PA Field Director
Western PA Political Associate

Eastern PA Political Associate

The Eastern PA Political Associate will report to One Pennsylvania’s Political Director and work in partnership with One Pennsylvania’s Eastern PA team. Major responsibilities include:

  • Implement yearly political plan by working with the political team in the planning and evaluation of voter engagement and political programs;
  • Implement a member engagement and advocacy program to hold elected officials accountable with measurable impact on education and policy.
  • Coordinate with other departments within the organizations to ensure that the political program aligns with One Pennsylvania’s broader strategy, particularly close coordination with issue campaign leads and organizing team.
  • Raise and leverage relationships to support political programs;

Job Requirements

  • A demonstrated commitment to social and racial justice issues and understanding of challenges facing immigrant communities, communities of color, and low and moderate income families;
  • At least 1 years’ experience in electoral, civic engagement, or political campaigns, with some relevant connection to community, labor, or other non-candidate politics;
  • Experience managing political or voter engagement campaigns;
  • Familiarity with political data, latest technologies, and best practices in the field;
  • Independent and strong leader that is able to drive project and programs to completion in a fast-paced environment;
  • Ability to work within a coalition of diverse organizations and partners;
  • Experience working in diverse communities and with grassroots organizations;
  • Excellent writing and communication skills;
  • Results-focused and organized;
  • Self-motivated – proven ability to work independently; and
  • Willing to have significant travel schedule (Up to 20% travel monthly)

Bonus Points

  • Creative, effective at solving complex problems, and a strategic thinker who can evaluate a competitive landscape and craft a multi-year plan.
  • Experience with successful grassroots lobbying campaigns.
  • Well organized and able to work on multiple legislative and administrative proposals.
  • Strong field organizing experience.
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment and to handle multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Knowledge of the current education, political and legislative issues at the local, state, and national levels.
  • Experience organizing in under resourced communities (particularly communities of color) and prior training in anti-oppression, equity, and inclusion organizing

Location

Position is based in Philadelphia but occasional travel within the state of Pennsylvania can be reasonably expected.

Compensation

Competitive salary ($48,000- $58,000) commensurate with experience. Benefits package includes fully paid health insurance, optional 401K with a generous employer match. Professional development opportunities. Generous paid time off allowances.

Travel 

Owning and operating a car is required, willingness to travel and the ability to competently navigate the city with activists are required. Occasional in-state travel is required, opportunities to travel across the country for training or with members can be reasonably expected. One Pennsylvania provides mileage reimbursement at the Federal rate, per diem and lodging when working away from home.

Positions are open until filled, but priority is given to applications received by January 16th.

To apply, please send your resume and a message about why you are interested in this position to OnePennsylvania@Gmail.com.

One PA Field Director

Primary Responsibilities

The Field Director is a statewide position that will report to One Pennsylvania’s political director and work in partnership with One Pennsylvania’s political team.  The Field Director is responsible for the overall success and growth of One Pennsylvania’s field programs. Major responsibilities include:

  • Build on our existing field leadership development work, develop a program to foster strong integrated voter engagement programs to build a strong, engaged base for advocacy and design and lead electoral work to mobilize voters.
  • Implement yearly political plan by working with the political team in the planning and evaluation of voter engagement and political programs;
  • Develop and Implement a member engagement and advocacy program to hold elected officials accountable with measurable impact on education and policy.
  • Coordinate with other departments within the organizations to ensure that the political program aligns with One Pennsylvania’s broader strategy, particularly close coordination with issue campaign leads and organizing team.
  • Represent One Pennsylvania in key tables, coalitions, and meetings with allies and national partners;
  • Raise and leverage relationships to support political programs;
  • Develop new staff and leadership.
  • Provide high-level strategic advice to senior leadership on program development including long-term strategy and growth, targeting, electoral, legislative and ballot initiative opportunities;

Job Requirements

  • A demonstrated commitment to social and racial justice issues and understanding of challenges facing immigrant communities, communities of color, and low and moderate income families;
  • At least 3 years’ experience in electoral, civic engagement, or political campaigns, with some relevant connection to community, labor, or other non-candidate politics;
  • Experience working across departments or teams within an organization;
  • Experience managing medium to large scale or statewide political or voter engagement campaigns;
  • Familiarity with political data, latest technologies, and best practices in the field;
  • Independent and strong leader that is able to drive project and programs to completion in a fast-paced environment;
  • Ability to work within a coalition of diverse organizations and partners;
  • Experience working in diverse communities and with grassroots organizations;
  • Excellent writing and communication skills;
  • Results-focused and organized;
  • Self-motivated – proven ability to work independently; and
  • Willing to have significant travel schedule (Up to 30% travel monthly)

Bonus Points

  • Creative, effective at solving complex problems, and a strategic thinker who can evaluate a competitive landscape and craft a multi-year plan.
  • Experience with successful grassroots lobbying campaigns.
  • Well organized and able to work on multiple legislative and administrative proposals.
  • Strong field organizing experience.
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment and to handle multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Knowledge of the current education, political and legislative issues at the local, state, and national levels.
  • Experience organizing in under resourced communities (particularly communities of color) and prior training in anti-oppression, equity, and inclusion organizing
  • Experience working remotely.

Location

Position is based in Pittsburgh with extensive travel (up to 50%) within the state of Pennsylvania.

Compensation

Competitive salary ($58,000- $70,000) commensurate with experience. Benefits package includes fully paid health insurance, optional 401K with a generous employer match. Professional development opportunities. Generous paid time off allowances.

Travel

Owning and operating a car is required, willingness to travel and the ability to competently navigate the city with activists are required. Occasional in-state travel is required, opportunities to travel across the country for training or with members can be reasonably expected. One Pennsylvania provides mileage reimbursement at the Federal rate, per diem and lodging when working away from home.

Positions are open until filled, but priority is given to applications received by January 16th.

Western PA Political Associate

Primary Responsibilities

The Western PA Political Associate will report to One Pennsylvania’s political director and work in partnership with One Pennsylvania’s Western PA team. Major responsibilities include:

  • Implement yearly political plan by working with the political team in the planning and evaluation of voter engagement and political programs;
  • Implement a member engagement and advocacy program to hold elected officials accountable with measurable impact on education and policy.
  • Coordinate with other departments within the organizations to ensure that the political program aligns with One Pennsylvania’s broader strategy, particularly close coordination with issue campaign leads and organizing team.
  • Raise and leverage relationships to support political programs;

Job Requirements

  • A demonstrated commitment to social and racial justice issues and understanding of challenges facing immigrant communities, communities of color, and low and moderate income families;
  • At least 1 years’ experience in electoral, civic engagement, or political campaigns, with some relevant connection to community, labor, or other non-candidate politics;
  • Experience managing political or voter engagement campaigns;
  • Familiarity with political data, latest technologies, and best practices in the field;
  • Independent and strong leader that is able to drive project and programs to completion in a fast-paced environment;
  • Ability to work within a coalition of diverse organizations and partners;
  • Experience working in diverse communities and with grassroots organizations;
  • Excellent writing and communication skills;
  • Results-focused and organized;
  • Self-motivated – proven ability to work independently; and
  • Willing to have significant travel schedule (Up to 20% travel monthly)

Bonus Points

  • Creative, effective at solving complex problems, and a strategic thinker who can evaluate a competitive landscape and craft a multi-year plan.
  • Experience with successful grassroots lobbying campaigns.
  • Well organized and able to work on multiple legislative and administrative proposals.
  • Strong field organizing experience.
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment and to handle multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Knowledge of the current education, political and legislative issues at the local, state, and national levels.
  • Experience organizing in under-resourced communities (particularly communities of color) and prior training in anti-oppression, equity, and inclusion organizing

Location

Position is based in Pittsburgh but occasional travel within the state of Pennsylvania can be reasonably expected.

Compensation

Competitive salary ($48,000- $58,000) commensurate with experience. Benefits package includes fully paid health insurance, optional 401K with a generous employer match. Professional development opportunities. Generous paid time off allowances.

Travel

Owning and operating a car is required, willingness to travel and the ability to competently navigate the city with activists are required. Occasional in-state travel is required, opportunities to travel across the country for training or with members can be reasonably expected. One Pennsylvania provides mileage reimbursement at the Federal rate, per diem and lodging when working away from home.

Positions are open until filled, but priority is given to applications received by January 16th.