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Job Description: All In Denver Coordinator 

All In Denver is a non-profit advocacy organization that believes an equitable city where all people prosper and thrive is within our reach. Together, we support equitable policies and civic investments that grow prosperity for all, and we identify and launch bold leaders that advance the greater good. For more information on our organization, please visit

The Opportunity: All In Denver is seeking an organized, passionate, and enthusiastic community member to join our small but mighty team of volunteer experts in housing, education, transportation and mobility, youth development, arts and culture, and public policy. Together we’ll work to make Denver a home where all people can thrive. As the only paid position at AID, you’ll have the opportunity to share our community correspondence, formalize our internal communications and process, and share your policy suggestions with our board of Directors as a non-voting member. Denver has very few 501(c)4 organizations who are advocating for racial and social justice for all community members. As the AID coordinator, you will be part of creating lasting change where we live. 

All In Denver is seeking a part-time (10 to 20 hours per week) coordinator to perform a variety of research and communications tasks: 

• Maintain and populate social media platforms, including Facebook and Twitter

• Maintain and update the All In Denver website 

• Ongoing communications with All In Denver members, founding members and partner organizations 

• Help coordinate member events, including planning, logistical support and execution 

• Undertake research on policies and issues that All In Denver may be pursuing; help organize and write drafts of position papers and other PR/educational materials 

• Represent the organization at and/or monitor policy and planning meetings (attendance and virtual participation at some evening community meetings may be necessary) 

• Take minutes at monthly AID board meetings and distribute minutes to board 

• Maintain AID’s digital filing system 

• Schedule AID board committee meetings 

• Support AID board chairs with digital communication to fellow board members and the community 

We are seeking a candidate that is passionate about supporting progressive change in Denver, including advancing social equity and racial justice. Desirable qualifications for the position include: 

• Demonstrated experience with a variety of social media platforms 

• Demonstrated writing abilities, including research to support civic policies and issues 

• Experience with event planning and production, or similar proven organizing/implementation skills 

• Job experience in a related field or organization, which can include communications, public relations, civic activism, city planning, etc. 

• Outgoing personality that enjoys communicating with a variety of individuals 

• Detail focused, strong follow-through, and ability to work independently 

• Bilingual (Spanish) language and writing capabilities are preferred, but not required 

What can AID’s Coordinator expect to gain from this experience, aside from monetary compensation? 

• The opportunity to work with seasoned professionals in a variety of fields 

• Increase your understanding of the City and County of Denver’s political processes, and how things get done (or not get done) in the real world of politics, divergent interests, and compromise! 

• A deeper understanding of the various ways to advocate and make lasting change. 

This will be a contract position initially earning $15/hour. We can offer a flexible schedule and work around other obligations, whether school, other employment, family life/kids, etc. An initial 90-day contract period is anticipated with the opportunity to renew and extend. 

Interested candidates should submit a brief cover letter and one-page resume to: Deadline for submission of resumes is 5:00 PM MDT on August 30, 2020. 

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