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The Gamaliel network has exciting opportunities for women and men to lead congregation-based organizing efforts in the United States and other parts of the world.

Please see Current Openings below. Those interested in full-time employment in other cities where Gamaliel works may express interest via e-mail to careers [at]

Interested applicants may wish to:

Candidates may be invited to attend Gamaliel's National Leadership Training to learn more.

Current openings

Lead Organizer at Rochester Alliance of Communities Transforming Society, Inc. (Roc/ACTS

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Roc/ACTS is searching for an experienced Lead Organizer to play an important role in building the organization and guiding its growth and effectiveness in faith-based community organizing. The Lead Organizer will carry out a faith-based program of leadership development, training, organizing, and mobilization, working with and bringing together diverse faith communities to further Roc/ACTS’ vision and mission and achieve its goals. 

The Lead Organizer will work to engage and develop leaders in member congregations and organizations, and will train leaders and members to identify problems and issues in the community, research potential solutions and secure commitments from political leaders and others to implement these solutions to address the issues and improve the community.  Roc/ACTS seeks an experienced, energized, and self-motivated person dedicated to promote social and economic justice.  The position is a full-time, exempt position located in Rochester, New York. The Lead Organizer reports to and works closely with the Board of Directors. The Roc/ACTS website is:
Compensation depends on experience. This position includes health, holiday and vacation benefits. Roc/ACTS is an equal opportunity employer.

Application Procedure:
All Applicants must send an e-mail with your:

  1. Resume
  2. Cover letter
  3. Three references, and
  4. A writing sample (demonstrating your ability to think critically and communicate effectively)
Please send the above application documents to Marilyn Thaler at Applications are due by October 1, 2014.