SEIU 1021

External Organizer
Northern California (Posted: 05/22/2019)

RESPONSIBILITIES: Will work with the Organizing staff to implement the organizing plan of the Local Union. Identify and recruit worker leaders who want to organize to join the union; direct contact with unorganized workers; development of leadership and structure of organizing campaigns, as well as conduct organizing drives and representation elections. Mobilize union members to support new organizing. This is not a 9 to 5 job, and includes long and varied hours, with early morning, evening and weekend work, as necessary. May require travel and periods of overnights.


Personnel Director
based in Oakland, CA (Posted: 01/15/2019) California

RESPONSIBILITIES: Under general supervision of the Head of Operations; the Personnel Director directs the activities of the union’s human resource function with responsibility for all related activities, including recruitment, classification and salary administration, labor relations and negotiations, employee development, employee relations, worker’s compensation, benefits and risk management, employee records maintenance, the development of personnel policies and procedures and assisting and advising local management staff on personnel problems.


Field Team Supervisor
based in the East Bay, CA (Posted: 6/1/2018) California


RESPONSIBILITIES: Under the supervision of the Area Field Director, this position has the following responsibility:

Train and assist staff in identifying, recruiting, developing, and partnering with leaders to successfully implement the mission, goals and work of the union

Coordinate teams of staff and members in developing and implementing industry vision, programs, and campaigns

Challenge staff and assist to embrace change in all aspects of their work


Strategic Coordinator to the Executive Director Based in Northern California
based in Northern California (Posted: 6/15/2018) California

LOCATION: Northern California

RESPONSIBILITIES: Reporting directly to the Executive Director (Lead Director), this position assists, advises and represents the Local on behalf of the Executive Director; and the successful candidate will:

Work with the Executive Director to build organizational capacity for strategic planning, growing the union, building internal and external relationships and advancing SEIU programs consistent with the local’s Vision for Power.

Act as liaison between the Executive Director and others within the organization.