The Outreach Team specializes in face-to-face fundraising for nonprofits that defend human rights here in the U.S. and around the world. In our Seattle office, we are managing outreach and fundraising campaign efforts on behalf of Amnesty International, the world’s largest human rights advocacy organization. Our work is focused on making a global impact and fighting for refugee rights with Amnesty International’s “I Welcome” campaign!
Our base pay is $17 an hour with a bonus system in place which directly rewards hard work! We also have professional development opportunities and leadership positions available. Full-time and part-time available for students.
Position Summary: We are seeking Membership Engagement Staff to join our Seattle team working on behalf of Amnesty International and human rights. Our team members:
About you. You want to work somewhere that shares your values, rewards great work, provides you with a fast track to career advancement, and is open to new ideas. You'd love to work in a campaign job to make an impact. Above all else, you believe that when people come together, we can change the course of history. The best part of your day is working with people. You have a passion for non-profits and a heightened entrepreneurial spirit. You want to get in on the ground floor of a dynamic company who is changing social change. More specifically, you:
$16 to $19.00 per hour plus generous performance-based bonuses
Medical Coverage (after 90 days)
Paid time off for sick, vacation, and personal leave (after 20 shifts)
The Outreach Team is an exciting, progressive company dedicated to delivering high quality results for some of the best groups in the world today . We build, evaluate, and perfect scalable models to advance today’s critical issues from human rights to child poverty. We work in a fast-paced and fun environment with a network of non-profit partners across the country.
The Outreach Team is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from people of color, LGBTQIA individuals, women, and individuals with disabilities.