Community Organizer

BOLD Justice

About the organization

BOLD is a diverse and multi-faith coalition of 22 congregations fighting for racial and economic justice in Broward County. Our shared faith values call us to work collectively for systemic change, transforming Broward County into a community that reflects the dignity of all people.

BOLD has worked on a variety of community problems including the lack of affordable housing and unemployment. As a result of the organization’s efforts over 2,300 new units of affordable housing were built and a local hiring ordinance has been passed. BOLD also joined with 10 other local community organization in Florida to fight the trend of criminalizing children for minor mistakes. Over 23,000 children have not been given a criminal record as a result of the coalition’s work.

BOLD Justice is part of the DART network of organizations, one of the largest networks of faith-based community organizations in the country.


We're hiring a full-time community organizer who will build relationships with faith leaders and community members from diverse backgrounds, train and develop their organizing skills, and deepen their participation in the work of the organization.

During your first five months, you will receive intensive on-the-job training through the DART Organizers Institute. You will learn basic organizing principles and develop key organizing skills including: finding and developing leaders, issue research and strategy, power analysis, and one-to-one meetings. Ongoing professional development will continue through individualized coaching and mentoring, as well as local, regional, and national staff trainings and retreats.

Starting salary is $40,000 annually plus health benefits, with regular cost of living increases and performance based raises. For candidates relocating more than 50 miles, $250 is paid to help cover relocation costs. Employer retirement contributions begin after one year of employment.


People of color and fluent speakers of Spanish are strongly encouraged to apply. No prior organizing experience is necessary. Qualities we look for include:

• Core passion for justice and equality
• Excellent relationship-building skills
• Exceptional work ethic
• Willingness to be trained to work with religious institutions

By January 11, 2021 you'll also need a bachelor's degree or equivalent professional experience, access to a car, and proof of US citizenship, permanent residency, or deferred action for childhood arrivals.

Fluency in Spanish preferred, but not mandatory.



Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]
We also encourage you to attend an informational webinar to learn more about careers in community organizing in the DART network. RSVP at

We are accepting applications on a rolling bases. It is in your interest to apply sooner rather than later as we will offer the position before the deadline if we find the right person.

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