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Community Outreach Manager

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End of Life Washington
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Mercer Island, WA
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Published 22 days ago

The Opportunity:

• At End of Life Washington (EOLWA), we envision a world where people understand their end-of-life choices and can die on their own terms without barriers.

• End of Life Washington upholds your right to the full range of end-of-life choices, including Death with Dignity (DWD), through advocacy, education, and support.

• EOLWA provides free end-of-life counseling and client support services throughout the State of Washington to qualified clients who desire a peaceful death. We encourage advance planning and set a new standard in Washington for advance planning documents with our End of Life Washington Advance Directive.

• EOLWA was a key player leading the coalition that passed Initiative 1000--the Washington Death with Dignity Act--into law in 2008. We now steward, protect, and uphold the law.

• Our work is focused on (1) providing volunteers to meet with clients who are making end-of-life choices, including using the Death with Dignity Law in the State of Washington, (2) Advocacy to improve Washingtonian’s end-of-life choices, (3) Education and Outreach to ensure that all Washingtonians know about their end-of-life choices and how to access them.

• Together, our community strives to be genuinely inclusive, equitable, and welcoming in our service to Washingtonians who are considering their end-of-life options.

The Community Outreach Manager has a personal commitment to EOLWA’s mission. They will manage EOLWA’s education and outreach strategies to increase awareness of end-of-life choices available throughout Washington. The ideal candidate is a motivated, collaborative, results-oriented educator and community-builder with a can-do attitude and an established commitment to amplifying the need for equitable, diverse, and inclusive end-of-life choices. They will also bring strong instincts for online and in-person education and training, an eye for detail, a keen appreciation for end-of-life choices and conversations about death and dying, a passion for strategy, results, and analytics, and well-honed skills to engage a highly invested pool of volunteers. This position also uses EOLWA’s databases. Some administrative duties are also part of this position.


Responsibilities:

Training/Education 90%

• Coordinate campaign to pro-actively reach Washingtonians across the state from all communities and share introduction to Advance Directives, Death with Dignity/Medical Aid in Dying and Voluntary Stopping Eating and Drinking (VSED).

• Develop and implement long-term and project-based training and outreach strategies amplifying the need for equitable, diverse, and inclusive end-of-life choices.

• Develop and produce educational and outreach content for use by staff, volunteers, and board members.

• Recruit, train, coordinate with, and support a vibrant team of volunteers to give in-person and digital presentations that effectively inform identified target audiences.

• Respond to and proactively reach out to organizations and community groups to schedule training opportunities. Examples: CME (Continuing Medical Education), hospices, community centers, medical schools.

• Partner with other staff to organize online educational events and presentations.


General 10%

• Prepare periodic goals, project plans, and reporting for internal and external stakeholders that highlight the results of the projects.

• Support agency-wide initiatives.

Additional duties as assigned.


Reports to:

Executive Director


To Apply:

Please send a cover letter and resume to: jkinney@endoflifewa.org. Put “Community Outreach Manager” as the “Subject.” Candidate selection may begin September 15, 2020. Open until the right candidate is found.


END OF LIFE WASHINGTON strictly follows personnel procedures that will ensure equal opportunity for all people without regard to race, color, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, ancestry, marital status, or disability.

The Opportunity:

• At End of Life Washington (EOLWA), we envision a world where people understand their end-of-life choices and can die on their own terms without barriers.

• End of Life Washington upholds your right to the full range of…

Details at a Glance

  • Time Commitment
    Part Time Schedule
  • Start Date
    November 1, 2021

Salary

USD 26,000 - USD 46,800$25.00 - $30.00 per hour. 20-30 hours weekly.

Benefits

Current benefits available to staff working 20 or more hours weekly include: flexible work hours, a very generous benefits package of health care, vision, and dental insurance at no cost to the employee; annual retirement contribution; 16 days per year of PTO to start, increasing yearly; 12 paid holidays, paid jury duty, parental leave, and bereavement leave.

Current benefits available to staff working 20 or more hours weekly include: flexible work hours, a very generous benefits package of health care, vision, and dental insurance at no…

Level of Language Proficiency

Fluency in English (speaking and writing) is required

Proficiency in another language spoken in Washington State a plus

Fluency in English (speaking and writing) is required

Proficiency in another language spoken in Washington State a plus

Location

Remote
Work may be performed anywhere in United States
Associated Location
9311 Southeast 36th Street, Mercer Island, WA 98040, United States
Suite 110

How to Apply

Please send a cover letter and resume to: jkinney@endoflifewa.org. Put “Community Outreach Manager” as the “Subject.” Candidate selection may begin September 15, 2020. Open until the right candidate is found.

Please send a cover letter and resume to: jkinney@endoflifewa.org. Put “Community Outreach Manager” as the “Subject.” Candidate selection may begin September 15, 2020. Open until the…

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