Centro de Trabajadores Unidos en Lucha (CTUL) is a worker-led organization where workers organize, educate, and empower each other to fight for a voice in their workplaces and in their communities. We partner with other organizations and leaders to build a movement to win racial, gender, and economic justice. We identify the root causes of injustice and work to shift the balance of power between those who have it and those who don’t to improve the lives of our communities for present and future generations. Visit our website at https://www.ctul.net to learn more about our work.
The Data and Grants Coordinator with CTUL will contribute to organizational success by leading the development and implementation of our data and grant reporting systems. This will include effectively developing, maintaining, and managing the administrative side of our growing program relationships, including our existing worker-driven co-enforcement contracts in Minneapolis and St. Paul through the Labor Standards and Enforcement Division (LSED) and administering funds for Co-Enforcement Collaborative, an alignment of poor people of color led organizations in the Twin Cities.
Salary & Benefits
CTUL has a tiered salary range set by the Staff and Board based on the principles of economic justice and inclusion. This full-time, salaried position is currently compensated at $52,514.55 or $54,105.90 per year, contingent on experience, with an annual raise of 3%. Benefits include paid time off including 15 vacation days, 12 sick days, and 13 paid holidays per year, an annual 5% bonus which can be used towards a retirement fund, medical and dental insurance for you and your immediate family at a 10% cost, and others. This position will be a hybrid position with a mix of time available for off-site and location flexible work and time that requires in-office meetings. This position requires occasional work on evenings and weekends.
This position is represented for purposes of collective bargaining by Minnesota Newspaper & Communication Guild, TNG-CWA Local 37002.
Duties and Responsibilities
Essential duties & responsibilities include but are not limited to the following
- Develop grants administration system for CTUL that includes tracking and reporting for budgets, invoices, hours, contracts, and funds within CTUL and with partner organizations.
- Manage data collection, invoicing, monthly reports, contracts, memoranda of understanding, and financial tracking for municipal co-enforcement contracts. Includes reporting, invoicing, and fund allocation for CTUL and partner organizations.
- Develop ongoing narrative for municipal co-enforcement organizing within CTUL and with partner organizations. Meet regularly with staff leads to support narrative building.
- Manage and convene relationship building meetings and opportunities with municipal partners, organizational co-enforcement partners, CTUL members, workers, and other stakeholders.
- Develop organization-wide grant reporting and data program that implements best data practices for a movement building and power building organization dedicated to economic justice.
- Lead organizational data practices by streamlining and improving organization-wide data systems. Introduce best data practices, refinements in data systems and implementation, and new ways that data and reporting can strengthen our organizing, fundraising, and campaign goals.
- Support CTUL fundraising team and engage in CTUL’s overall organizational life and activities.
- Minimum of 3 years of relevant data management and/or grant administration experience.
- Demonstrated technical skills using databases as an organizing and fundraising tool.
- Concrete experience developing and implementing best practices in data use and reporting for social movement organizations.
- Familiarity with financial management, reporting, and accounting procedures for a nonprofit organization.
- High level of computer literacy.
- Strong attention to detail.
- Exceptional writing skills.
- Ability to network and build collaborative relationships with multiple stakeholders partners, leaders, and organizations.
- Bilingual English/Spanish is a plus.
- Previous experience working with administration or fiscal sponsorship programs, or city contracts.
- Commitment to social, racial, and economic justice work as an integral part of a multi-racial team.
- Excellent communication and relationship building skills with an ability to use diplomacy and negotiation.
- Commitment to a culture of vulnerability and loving challenge for both personal growth and the growth of the organization.
- Capable of working both independently and cooperatively.
- Flexibility to attend events outside normal business hours that from time to time may include evenings and weekends as well as extended hours to accomplish requirements of the position.
- Highest standards of accuracy and precision; highly organized.
- Ability to deal with ambiguity, cope with change, and comfortably handle risk and uncertainty.
How to Apply
Send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org using the subject line “Data and Grants Coordinator.” Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, and the position will be opened until filled. Priority application deadline is May 3rd, 2023.
CTUL is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from people of color as well as persons with disabilities, LGBTQ individuals, women, immigrants, folks from working class backgrounds, and formerly incarcerated people.