For nearly two decades, the Building Movement Project (BMP) (www.buildingmovement.org) has cultivated the potential for nonprofit organizations to effectively partner with movements for progressive social change. The SolidarityIs project, part of BMP’s Movement Building track, creates narratives, provides trainings and tools, and convenes social justice leaders.
The Building Movement Project is fiscally sponsored by TSNE (www.tsne.org).
The Manager of SolidarityIs will be responsible for creating and shaping movement education which can include curricula and resource development, providing trainings and workshops, developing Solidarity Schools, and training a cohort of affiliate trainers. The Manager will also lead and support efforts to shape the SolidarityIs program’s networks of social justice leaders, curate the learnings and connections of the Solidarity Summit, and identify opportunities for utilizing solidarity-based narratives. The Manager will lead efforts to build the public profile of SolidarityIs through media tools, platforms, and strategies to inspire followers to take collective action. This position will work closely with the Director of Movement Building and other BMP staff to integrate a solidarity lens into BMP as a whole. The position will also support BMP work related to movement building.
Essential Job Functions
We will consider exceptional candidates who demonstrate a strong combination of the specific qualifications and skills described below.
TSNE/Building Movement Project envisions a society grounded in the principles of social and economic justice. As such, we strive to achieve excellence through a diverse and inclusive workplace that honors the unique talents and lived experiences of each person. Our vision and values are reflected in all our employment-related decisions, including hiring practices. Accordingly, TSNE actively seeks people who bring diverse backgrounds and perspectives to join us in our work.
As an EOE/AA employer, TSNE/Building Movement Project will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant’s race, color, religion, sex, national origin or ancestry, age, sexual orientation, gender identification, genetic information, veteran or disability status or any other factor prohibited by law.