Jobs in the YO! Cali Network

Visit this page regularly for exciting job opportunities with organizations in the YO! California network.

Communications Coordinator – Californians for Justice and YO! California

(Flexible location – Oakland, San Jose, Fresno or Long Beach)

Californians for Justice and Youth Organize! California (YO! Cali) are growing and seek additional communications staff to add to our capacity and take our communications work to the next level. The Communications Coordinator position will split their time 50/50 between Californians for Justice and YO! Cali communications duties. The Communications Coordinator will oversee Californians for Justice social media postings, schedule email content, and write regularly for our blog and newsletters. They will also will work directly with the YO! Cali team to coordinate communications, messaging, and social media for the YO! Cali statewide network. This is a great opportunity for a self-starting and highly organized person who knows how to support the communications work of respected social justice organizations.

Click here to view the full Communications Coordinator job description and find out how to apply.

Events Associate – Californians for Justice and YO! California

(Flexible location – Oakland, San Jose, Fresno or Long Beach)

The Events Associate has two key roles. They ensure that all Californians for Justice (CFJ) events run smoothly and efficiently, from statewide and regional campaign events to fundraising and donor engagement events, staff retreats, and board meetings.  They also provide key events and administrative support to Youth Organize! California Network, a statewide network of grassroots youth organizations co-led by Californians for Justice and the Movement Strategy Center. The Events Associate also plays a support role on the CFJ Development and Operations teams.

Click here to view the full Events Associate job description and find out how to apply.

CFJ and YO! California are equal opportunity, affirmative action employers. People of color, women, lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender/gender nonconforming, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.