Join our team! We are currently hiring for the following positions:
Deputy and Political Director
Hometown Action / Hometown Organizing Project (HA/HOP) seeks a Deputy and Political Director to drive the organization forward in our mission to develop place-based solutions to communities' most pressing challenges and to build power to run and win campaigns to transform politics for our movements. The Deputy and Political Director will work directly with the Executive Director and HA/HOP’s organizing staff to expand Hometown Action’s political power-building program, develop campaigns, and activate leaders to transform Alabama’s political system for the public good. The Deputy and Political Director will also manage HA/HOP’s Data and Organizing Team, providing coaching and support to staff on the ground throughout the State. Apply by Sept. 29, 2023.
Community Resilience Organizer
Hometown Action / Hometown Organizing Project (HA/HOP) seeks a Community Resilience Organizer to drive the organization’s disaster recovery & mutual aid programming. This means building a base of people impacted by climate disasters (tornadoes, hurricanes, hail, flooding, etc) in targeted communities through community outreach, team-building, and leadership development to ensure disaster readiness and response. Apply by Sept. 29, 2023.
Hometown Action is a 501c4 nonprofit advocacy organization building a multiracial, working class, trans/queer-affirming movement for racial, gender, economic, and climate justice in rural and small town communities across Alabama.
Hometown Organizing Project is an affiliated nonpartisan 501c3 nonprofit organization building inclusive and sustainable communities where everyone can thrive through programs that protect our people, share our stories, and build a better future in the rural South.
Equal Employment Opportunity: Hometown Action / Hometown Organizing Project provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, religion, national origin, pregnancy, marital or family status/makeup, genetic information including family medical history, physical or mental disability, military or veteran status, child or spousal support withholding, citizenship and/or immigration status, any other protected class, in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws.