We are hiring an Organizer!

Neighborhood Partnerships is seeking a new team member who will help us bring housing opportunity to more Oregonians. Together, we know we can implement policies at the state level which will expand access to affordable housing, bring stability to people who rent their homes, prevent and end homelessness, and help people access safety and stability through housing. To do this work, we are building a movement of concerned housing providers, service providers, allies, and others across Oregon who know that opportunity begins with a safe, stable place to call home. We are hiring an organizer who can bring together and empower people impacted by our housing crisis, people who have access to opportunity through affordable housing, and people experiencing housing instability and homelessness, to help bring their voices to the state Capitol to create meaningful and lasting change.

About Neighborhood Partnerships:

Neighborhood Partnerships (NP) works across Oregon to increase access to opportunity. Founded in 1989, Neighborhood Partnerships is a statewide 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that sits at the intersection of program delivery and policy change across a range of issue areas. We work collaboratively to catalyze and manage research-backed initiatives, systems, and policy changes that help Oregonians achieve housing stability and build financial security. We work as advocates, connectors, and program managers to increase resources, improve public policy, and spark innovation and collaboration.

Since 2004, NP has convened the statewide Oregon Housing Alliance. The Housing Alliance is a coalition of more than 80 organizations who come together with the belief that everyone needs a safe, stable, and affordable place to call home. The Housing Alliance is a legislative advocacy coalition, which works to advance housing opportunity at our state capitol in Salem, and at the federal level.

Download the full position description here. Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to Alison McIntosh at amcintosh@neighborhoodpartnerships.org.

Consideration of candidates will begin July 2, 2018 and will continue until the position is filled.