Help Nurses Heal America
Organize and represent nurses on the frontlines of healthcare justice
The National Nurses United is now hiring committed staff for ground breaking organizing campaigns and dynamic representational efforts nationwide. Bring your skills to the leading progressive union that is organizing to make a real difference:
Across the country, we seek experienced organizers and labor representatives, dedicated directors, skilled educators, who want to return to the values that started them working in the labor movement, as well as activists who want to learn to become union organizers.
We are especially seeking experienced organizers for exciting union organizing drives to develop strong nurse leaders and build an effective organization with the power to fight and win improvements both inside the hospitals and outside on Main Street.
Mobilize for member-based power, with a union that rejects corporate partnerships that sell out members, and opposes sweetheart deals with management.
Do the work that you love, with a supportive team of highly competent staff who treat each other with respect and pitch in to build a movement for healthcare justice and a fair Main Street Contract for the American people.
Excellent salary depending on experience. Generous benefits package, family and domestic partner coverage. In your cover letter please indicate your ability to travel, geographic preferences and restrictions. Submit your résumé and cover letter today.
Watch NNU Executive Director RoseAnn DeMoro outline the need for the Robin Hood tax and our vision for a progressive labor movement in an interview with legendary journalist Bill Moyers which aired nationally on PBS:
For far too long, the healthcare industry has ignored the needs of nurses and patients, focusing instead on generating wealth for corporate investors. According to the National Institute of Health, 98,000 patients die annually in US hospitals due to avoidable errors and staff shortages.
When nurses have a voice in health care, we all benefit. Nurses from the California Nurses Association/National Nurses Organizing Committee, United American Nurses, and Massachusetts Nurses Association launched the nation’s largest nurses union the 170,000-member-strong National Nurses United.
**NNU is committed to Equal Opportunity, and considering applicants of all ages, races, sexual orientations, national origins, ethnicities, and religions. We urge people of color and women, experienced activists, organizers, labor representatives and directors of all backgrounds, to apply.
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