SEIU is comprised of dynamic and diverse professionals dedicated to the ambitious work of supporting working people as they fight for better wages, healthcare, and increased job security. We recruit and retain committed employees who have varied backgrounds and skills from across the professional spectrum, who join our organization to make a real difference in the lives of workers and their families. As communicators— strong campaigners and storytellers—we are committed to authentic, worker-centered narratives that build power with working people to win Unions for All and amplify workers’ clear demands.
We use our collective talents and strength to support working people as they build the power to negotiate for more favorable working conditions and other key benefits through collective bargaining to help ensure that working people—not just corporations and CEOs— benefit from today's global economy.
Assistant Director of Communications for Politics, Annual Salary $120,449
Directs and provides overall leadership to all SEIU political communications and media work to support priorities for growth and improving working families’ lives and communities, to involve members and the public in achieving those goals, to run campaigns that help elect pro-union leaders to office, and to brand SEIU as the national union on key political issues.
Senior Digital Communications Manager, Annual Salary $107,543
SEIU’s National Organizing Department and the Fight for $15 and a union drives the central mission of our union to win for working people on the job, in our communities, and in our economy and democracy. This position manages SEIU organizing department’s digital communications operations and staff to promote the union’s narrative and organizing work, to further campaign objectives, and to expand SEIU’s online audiences and presence. The position reports to the Assistant Director of Organizing.
Communications Program Manager, State Power Campaign, Annual Salary $96,020
This position will act as part of the State Power communications team to develop, manage, and execute strategic communications plans and materials including external media relations, ongoing communications with SEIU members and nonunion workers, and ongoing communications coordination with other stakeholders. This is a demanding position requiring a communicator experienced in movement building, advocacy and organizing communications, and media relations, with the ability to work across a multi-disciplinary team.
The Communications Department is committed to achieving SEIU’s Vision for a Just Society: where all workers are valued and all people respected, no matter where we are from or the color of our skin; where all families and communities can thrive; and where we leave a better and more equitable world for the generations to come.
SEIU staff enjoy comprehensive health benefits (major medical, dental and vision) for themselves and eligible dependents, domestic partner benefits, generous holiday and vacation leave along with 401(K) and pension plans.
*Keep in mind, due to COVID-19 the DC HQ office is open on a voluntary basis only*