Careers

We are currently hiring for these positions:

Executive Director

Location: Miami, Florida   Employment Type: Full-time

Are you someone who is deeply moved by a vision of social justice, believes in the power of diverse communities to leverage positive change, is invigorated managing great teams of staff and constituencies, and as committed to transforming yourself as you are to changing the world? If so, here is your next challenge—come join Florida’s social movement change agent. The New Florida Majority (NewFM), an independent organization working to increase the voting and political power of marginalized and excluded constituencies toward an inclusive, equitable, and just Florida, seeks a dynamic, visionary and strategic Executive Director.

NewFM’s Executive Director will provide strategic leadership to fulfill the organization’s vision for growth and help catalyze broader movement building in Florida. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director is the strategic visionary, management guru and political leader of the New Florida Majority and subsidiary organizations (New Florida Majority-Education Fund & Florida Freedom PAC).

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Climate Justice Organizer

Location: Miami, Florida   Employment Type: Full-time

The Climate Justice Organizer will be responsible for implementing NewFM’s climate justice program within South Florida’s vulnerable frontline neighborhoods. The Climate Justice Organizer will be responsible for building/coaching NewFM’s base of grassroots climate activists and for providing strategic vision & direction for NewFM’s county-wide climate policy efforts. The Climate Justice Organizer reports to the South Florida Regional Director.

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New Florida Majority is an equal opportunity employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration without discrimination because of sex, marital status, race, age, creed, national origin or the presence of disabilities.  False or misleading statements during an interview and/or on the application form are grounds for terminating the application process or, if discovered after employment, terminating employment. A felony conviction will not necessarily bar an applicant from employment.