Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon has an exciting job opening:
The primary focus of this position is to develop and initiate an interfaith health justice campaign targeted at Oregon’s diverse religious communities, in order to educate, engage, and mobilize religious Oregonians to speak out for state and federal level health care reform that increases health care access and that reduces racial, income, and geographic disparities in access to health care.
This campaign is based on a unique partnership among a religious organization (Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon), a health reform advocacy organization (The Archimedes Movement), and an advocacy group for social and economic justice that organizes under-represented communities (Oregon Action). This education, engagement, and advocacy campaign will give special emphasis on outreach to the following three constituencies: congregations whose members are largely drawn from low or moderate income communities of color; congregations located in rural areas of Oregon, especially rural areas East of the Cascade Mountains, in the Willamette Valley, in Southern Oregon and along the Oregon coast, and small business owners in any of the above or other congregations.
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