We are currently seeking a bilingual Community Organizer to join our team! Check the job description below and respond by April 15, 2021.

SOC is now hiring for multiple full and part-time positions to serve our community!

If you are genuinely committed to the following, apply for our job opportunities now:

Earn and Learn Program

Apply for the Earn & Learn Program with the City of Milwaukee

EARN & LEARN is a summer youth employment program initiated by Mayor Tom Barrett in partnership with local business, non-profit, and community- and faith-based organizations.

This year SOC is celebrating its 30th anniversary of service to the near Southside and wider community, there is the US Census & there are local and national elections – this is the year to join us in making an impact! 


EMPLOYMENT TYPE: full-time, part-time, temporary, and permanent positions available; many positions are grant funded as is typical for most nonprofits; and Wisconsin is an at-will employment state where either the employee or employer may end employment without notice or reason

HIRE DATE:  Current positions to be hired as soon as a matching candidate is selected. Please respond immediately and by the dates listed in the employment opportunities list. SOC is constantly recruiting and interviewing for new positions, vacancies, and to keep candidate leads prepared for unexpected opportunities.

SALARY AND BENEFITS: SOC is committed to at least a minimum living wage of $15 per hour for all permanent employees (youth/student/intern/trainee wages/stipends may be lower). Most positions fall within a salary range from $15 to $25 per hour (with some positions qualifying for performance bonuses). Salary is based on the range and in consideration of the requirements and the track record of demonstrated achievements for the position. 

A generously subsidized individual health insurance is offered with options for employee to add on family insurance. A generous paid time off package is provided (including two weeks of vacation, 12 PTO days, and holidays).



How to Apply:

Please send the following application components to the email SOC@SOCmilwaukee.org with an email subject line titled “Hiring Team”:

1. Introduce yourself and why you are a match for the position.

2. Submit a resume (three page both sides limit) and you are welcome to also provide a link to your LinkedIn profile include:

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