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SAVE Dade seeks 'qualified Field and Communications Specialist' for 2012 elections

Posted by SAVE Dade Executive Director C.J. Ortuño to Facebook:

We're hiring! SAVE Dade is looking for a qualified Field and Communications Specialist to help us achieve our ambitious goals leading up to the 2012 elections. Please submit resume and cover letter to savedade@savedade.org

From the SAVE Dade website:

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SAVE is currently looking to fill a full-time Field and Communication Specialist position through December of 2012 to help successfully implement its ambitious 2012 elections plan.

Compensation will be in-line with current not-for-profit positions of this type, and the successful candidate will create opportunities for career advancement within the organization.

Reporting to the executive director, the Field and Communications Specialist will play a key role in organizational marketing and communications strategy; and will work directly with the Field Director in implementing the 2012 Campaign and Elections Field Plan.

Click here for more information about the open position.

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