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Full-time Program and Administrative Assistant
Hollaback! is an international movement working to end harassment in public spaces, with a focus on street harassment and online harassment of women and LGBTQ individuals.
We are powered by a global activist network that stretches from New York City to the Bahamas, and from London to South Korea. Our local activists use mobile and web-based technology to gather data on where, when, and how harassment is taking place in public space. We work together on a global scale to ignite a public conversation surrounding street harassment and to create strategies that will ensure equal access to public space for all. We are also undergoing an expansion to address the urgent issue of online harassment through our newest initiative HeartMob.
Hollaback! has expanded rapidly over the past ten years and we are looking for a dynamic Program and Administrative Assistant to join our small team in our Brooklyn office.
The main goal of this position is to provide overall support to a small team of social justice innovators and advocates. The person in this position will spend approximately 50% of their time doing administrative work, 30% of their time doing communications, and 20% of their time organizing locally in New York City. The job will entail the following:
Skills Based Requirements (you must have at least 80% of the following):
Hollaback! is an equal opportunity employer. People of color, women, LGBTQ people, and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. Health and dental benefits are offered.
To apply, please email a PDF resume to [email protected] (as an attachment) and include the cover letter in the body of the email. The cover letter should include, but is not limited, to answering the following questions:
1) How does your experience align with the list of skills based requirements?; 2) Describe the types of teams you have worked on and what you saw as your role on that team; and 3) Talk about a time when you identified something as wrong/broken/unjust in life, at school or at work, and what steps you took to change it.
Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.
Please include salary history for the past five years. Incomplete applications will not be considered. No phone calls please.