TOGETHER WE FACILITATE HONEST DIALOGUE TO RESOLVE CONFLICT AND ADVANCE RACIAL & SOCIAL JUSTICE.

RESOLUTIONS NORTHWEST HAS A TEAM OF DEDICATED EMPLOYEES MANAGING OUR CONFLICT RESOLUTION AND SOCIAL JUSTICE PROGRAMS. THIS TALENTED TEAM REPRESENTS DIVERSE COMMUNITIES, BACKGROUNDS, EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCES. BE A PART OF THE MOVEMENT.

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JOB OPPORTUNITIES

[R]NW is seeking a Director of Training and Consultation to lead our fee-based work in racial equity primarily with non-profits and public agencies. We have been building this work for the past five years. As we move forward, we are looking for someone who can collaborate with staff across our programs to continue to grow an effective, sustainable consultation model and to seamlessly integrate RNW’s strengths in restorative justice, conflict resolution, and facilitation.

See full position description here.

Please submit a resume, cover letter, and answers to the following questions: 

  1. What are YOUR definitions of equity and racial justice?
  2. What is your personal relationship to racial and social justice?

Deadline

October 28, 2019

Submit To

info@resolutionsnorthwest.org

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OTHER OPPORTUNITIES

Resolutions Northwest offers a limited number of community volunteer mediator and facilitator slots in its annual basic mediation and facilitator training workshops. Volunteer mediators commit service immediately following successful completion of their basic training. More information can be found on our volunteer opportunity page.

Resolutions Northwest offers a limited number of unpaid internship opportunities. If you are interested, please download and return this application to info@resolutionsnorthwest.org.

Your completed form will remain in our file. If the opportunity to host an intern arises, we will contact you directly for more information.

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What’s different about RNW’s youth internship project? Interns at RNW aren’t filing papers or making copies. Youth get experience developing ways to support their high school peers. The program and activities are youth driven. More information can be found on our youth internship page.