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Title Communications and Policy Liaison
Categories Communications, Legislative
Salary $60,893.30
Location Harrisburg at the State Council Office, 1500 N. Second Street, Harrisburg, PA

The Communications and Policy Liaison is a communications generalist position responsible for recommending and implementing communications tactics that support membership mobilization efforts, organizing campaigns, administrative functions, and other external initiatives. It is also a research generalist position, with responsibilities including research on both legislation relevant to SEIU Local 668 members as well as research supporting organizing campaigns.

This is a full-time position with considerable responsibility and great benefits. This position includes occasional travel, irregular hours and a deep commitment to the labor movement. It is a collective bargaining unit position. The Communications and Policy Liaison reports to the Legislative and Political Director.

Responsibilities Include

  • Coordinate a range of marketing and communications programs, including event management, social media/online marketing, and content management.
  • Manage inbound media requests and develop and maintain good working relationships with the press. Write media alerts/media email pitches/blog posts/press releases, write and edit bylined articles/columns, and pitch stories. Monitor and track press clips.
  • Produce flyers, brochures, scripts and other collateral material that meet the needs of organizational and member activities and events. Record and edit audio, video and digital images as needed from events and activities for use in collateral materials.
  • Publish content on our website. Maintain the online events calendar, and provide support to the maintenance of internal collaborative online tools. Assist in publishing content to SEIU Local 668 branded social media channels and monitoring social media and online interactions to gather member insights.
  • Recommend and implement legislative advocacy strategies and tactics designed to help our Local to accomplish its legislative goals. Conduct legislative research. Monitor and track important legislation. Help develop communications materials that mobilize members to advocate for or against legislation, as necessary.
  • Help design our Local’s annual political plans and coordinate our political endorsement activities.
  • Assist in both external and internal organizing campaigns, by providing both communications and legislative research support.


  • Strong writing skills essential
  • At least one to two years prior research experience
  • Prior experience with legislative advocacy
  • Prior experience developing and implementing electoral field plans
  • Prior experience using MemberVAN
  • Familiarity/proficiency with Adobe Creative Suite
  • Familiarity/proficiency with photography and/or videography
  • Able to rapidly learn new technologies, such as web programming languages, social media networks, online collaborative tools, and others as applicable
  • Ability to juggle multiple projects simultaneously
  • Passion for politics, social justice, and/or progressive activism
  • Familiarity with web and/or social media analytics
  • Familiarity with WordPress or similar content management systems

Preferred Qualifications

  • Four-year degree from an accredited college
  • Familiarity with web and/or social media analytics
  • Familiarity with WordPress or similar content management system

Salary: $60,893.30 plus a generous benefits package.

Please send cover letter, resume and three references to

Deadline for Resumes is August 15, 2018

SEIU Local 668 is an Equal Opportunity Employer


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Title Servicing Staff Director
Categories Management
Salary $69,221.93 plus a generous benefit package

Description of the Position

The Servicing Staff Director is a statewide position that is responsible for coordinating the activities of Business Agents, who provide direct servicing to the Stewards and Members of the Local. This is a professional, administrative, management position. The Servicing Staff Director works under the direct supervision of the Chief of Staff. The Servicing Staff Director must be knowledgeable in areas of labor law, both Pennsylvania and Federal; labor board policy; employee rights under law; general labor agreement administration; contract negotiations; general organizing skills; Local and International constitutions; general Labor Movement issues and procedures; the political process as it relates to both Members and the Labor Movement; and general problem solving skills.

The Servicing Staff Director must have good analytical abilities, writing skills, and be articulate as a spokesperson for the Union. The Servicing Staff Director is a statewide position and the successful candidate is expected to work in the field, and thus must have a car or access to a car, adequate liability insurance, and a valid Pennsylvania Drivers License. This field work will require the direct supervision, training, and support of staff located across Pennsylvania.

Examples of Work:

  • Primary resource for Business Agents with questions concerning contract interpretation, negotiations, member queries, policy issues of the Local, Labor Law including Labor Board processes, grievances, arbitrations. Makes referrals as necessary.
  • Coordinates and provides direct training to newly hired Business Agents in the areas of labor law, contract interpretation, arbitrations, unfair labor practice hearings and employee rights under the law.
  • Plans, develops, and trains staff and implements special projects at the direction of the Chief of Staff.
  • Assists Business Agents in planning training programs for Stewards and Members of the Local.
  • Reviews time sheets for Business Agents under their supervision to ensure compliance with both the policies of the Local and Federal reporting laws.
  • Approves vacation, sick leave, and personal leave requests from Business Agents under their supervision.
  • Directly assists Business Agents in performing their functions during periods of leave, and during periods of excessive work.
  • Ensures compliance by Business Agents of policies of the Local.
  • Holds regular Staff meetings for Business Agents.
  • Coordinates the completion by Business Agents of Local unit negotiations budgets as part of the annual budgeting process for the Local.
  • Performs other duties as required to support the Local, its staff and Members.
  • Handles labor arbitrations, including writing legal briefs, and contract negotiations, either working with Business Agents or independently when necessary.
  • Responds to member phone calls and advises Business Agents, takes and responds to phone messages, responds to email and correspondence.
  • Attends weekly management team meetings, Statewide Executive Board meetings, staff meetings and other ad hoc meetings.
  • Attends member meetings at worksites and other locations.
  • Travels to offices and worksites of the Business Agents in order to assist, coordinate and train Business Agents.
  • Completes annual evaluations of their assigned Business Agents.
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