Our Education team is hiring!
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Position title: Educator
Accountable to: Anthony Forrest, brontë velez, and Haleh Zandi
Roles and Responsibilities include:
Facilitate workshops using the Plant! Cook! Organize! Curriculum at Planting Justice sites including Fremont, McClymonds, MetWest, Mandela Park Academy, Keller Plaza Apartments, San Quentin State Prison, Alameda County Juvenile Facilities, and at our 2-acre Nursery and 4-acre Farm sites.
Maintain relationships with community partners at each site and demonstrate a clear ability to work with diverse staff and student participants (race, gender, class, sexuality, ability, citizenship status).
Demonstrate a clear commitment to healing-centered/transformative justice approach in a facilitation role
Recruit new participants at these sites and gather emergency information forms, liability and media release forms
Purchase and prep materials for each workshop and return materials to the PJ office
Maintain a clean and clutter-free workspace
Ensure the gardens at each site are well-maintained and productive
Contribute to the development of Plant! Cook! Organize! The Planting Justice Curriculum
Remain in communication with co-workers regarding scheduling and lesson planning
Take photos and document the work we are doing
Contribute to our monthly newsletter, Facebook, Instagram, blog, and website
Develop Workplace Justice trainings
Participate in collaborative partnerships with other local, regional and national social justice organizations including conferences, meetings, and solidarity work
Keep your own timesheet updated for payroll purposes
Preferred Skills, Experience, and Qualifications:
At least 2 years of applied agro-ecology, permaculture, or gardening experience
At least 2 years of facilitation in popular education or other pedagogies of liberation
Compensation and Benefits:
Salary begins at $35,000/year for full-time employment (36 hours/week) with increases based on PJ’s transparent pay structure
Benefits include 4 weeks paid time off (increases to 5 weeks in Year 3 and 6 weeks in Year 5); 5 more paid annual holidays; and unpaid time off for sick leave or extended vacations with prior coordination
Kaiser health care package plus dental, vision, life insurance and chiropractic coverage begins 60-90 days after date of hire.
Nature of Employment
Planting Justice is an equal opportunity employer and employment is at-will.
Please submit your resume and a cover letter to email@example.com