Neighbor to Neighbor Massachusetts (N2N): N2N is a member-led, community based, civic engagement organization dedicated to achieving economic and environmental justice. Transformative work is at the heart of our mission and cuts across all our work. We have Chapters in Lynn, Springfield, Holyoke and Worcester.

Main Responsibilities of the Position:

  • Build a strong Chapter by recruiting members through door to door canvassing, organizing public events and conducting one-on-one meetings
  • Invest in members’ leadership by holding and facilitating regular member meetings designed to elevate members’ political analysis
  • Manage and support membership, provide skill trainings, and create opportunities for members to take on leadership roles in campaigns, actions and other activities
  • Identify and lead with members local campaigns that respond to local needs and build members’ leadership and strengthen the Chapter
  • Coordinate and integrate the Chapter work with N2N’s statewide campaigns alongside other chapters
  • Enter and maintain organizing related information in the Voter Activation Network and Action Builder
  • Coordinate local media campaigns together with the Communications Director, and foster local/statewide media relations 
  • Represent our position and values in ally spaces
  • Implement voter engagement and electoral campaigns
  • Manage donor portfolio through donor cultivation and solicitation as assigned by the Development Director
  • Early on, significant focus on door to door canvassing multiple times a week to identify the issues and concerns of neighbors

Qualifications and Experience

  • Preferred Languages: Spanish and English  
  • Demonstrates passion for social, economic and environmental justice
  • Demonstrates understanding of the struggles of class and racial inequities and their root causes
  • Strong political analysis of social justice oppression and/or direct, personal experience with the issues N2N organizes under: i.e. Housing, Climate, Criminal Justice Reform, Solidarity Economy, Health Reform  
  • Experience doing outreach work in culturally diverse communities        
  • Canvassing experience (required)
  • Able to take initiative, work independently AND be able to collaborate within various teams
  • Strong writing, computer, and interpersonal communication skills
  • Demonstrated commitment to building unity in a multi-racial community 
  • Experience in issue, labor, electoral or community organizing  
  • Willingness to work flexible hours; some late nights and weekends
  • Ability to work remotely, out in the field and within an office/meeting environment

Learn more at Interested applicants please email with your resume and cover letter.

Salary & Benefits: $55,000 – $70,000 for this full-time position. Benefits include 5 weeks vacation, sick days, fully paid health and disability insurance, travel reimbursement, a pension program, and opportunities for career growth.