The Center for Media Justice is hiring!
People of color, Indigenous people, formerly incarcerated people, women, non-binary, and LGBTQ individuals, are encouraged to apply.
The Center for Media Justice (CMJ) is in an exciting period of growth and seeks an Associate Director to join our dedicated and passionate team. The Associate Director will be a mission-focused, strategic, and process-minded leader with experience scaling an organization, leading a team, and developing a high-performance oriented culture among a diverse group of talented individuals. Working collaboratively and sharing leadership with the Executive Director, this position will work with the Leadership Team to chart CMJ’s future growth and strategy and will lead our staff in fostering a culture of accountability and teamwork while ensuring all staff are supported to align their work to our strategic plan and priorities.This position will co-supervise the Leadership Team members, including Administration, Organization, Communications and Network Directors. In addition, the Associate Director will share responsibility of working with the Board to expand the breadth of fundraising, community support with a clear vision for growth.
If you’re an experienced racial justice advocate, with a background in coalition strategies and deep familiarity both culturally and strategically with movements for racial justice, Black liberation, queer, trans and migrant rights — you might be the experienced leader we’ve been waiting for. The Center for Media Justice (CMJ) is looking for an eloquent organizer-at-heart with a real understanding of how to build a national network, with a passion for building relationships that bring diverse individuals and organizations together to collaborate so we can all win. As a senior leader at CMJ, our new Network Director will galvanize and represent our media justice network while being a leading voice on media justice among racial and economic justice organizations. This exciting new senior leadership position at the organization is an opportunity for the right leader to make CMJ more visible and scale our presence in a networked way.