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Power California harnesses the energy of young voters of color and their families to create a state that is equitable, inclusive and just for everyone who calls California home. We are a statewide multi-racial civic engagement organization leading electoral movement building work with on-the-ground community partners in urban, suburban and rural communities throughout the state. We began our work in 2004 as Mobilize the Immigrant Vote (MIV), launching the first ever multi-ethnic, immigrant-based coalition to build the electoral campaign capacity of community-based organizations in California. In 2016, MIV partnered with Movement Strategy Center to co-lead YVote, an electoral movement building project aimed at building a community-based network to transform young Californians of color into a powerful new voting bloc. This year, YVote came aboard MIV, and our organization transformed into Power California. Power California is a nonpartisan 501(c)3 charitable organization with an affiliated 501(c)4 social welfare organization. Working together across several California offices, we foster a collaborative working environment that values high-quality work.


Regional Field Lead, NorCal

The Regional Field Lead, NorCal (RFL) is responsible for propelling our networks’ civic engagement campaigns and electoral movement building work, in Northern California. Working in collaboration with the Statewide Field Manager (this position’s direct supervisor) and data strategy staff, the RFL develops and manages implementation of the civic engagement campaigns, capacity building and regional power building and supervises a seasonal canvasser team. This position manages the relationships, logistical, scheduling and administrative workflow between our organization and partner organizations, and works closely with communications and cultural strategy staff to weave those strategies into field team work. The ideal candidate will be passionate about capacity-building training and field campaign coordination for grassroots groups to make bigger and bolder electoral impact as we secure a California that values all our communities. Join our team!




The Bookkeeper is responsible for day-to-day accounting tasks for both Power California and its sibling 501(c)4 social welfare nonprofit, working closely with this position’s supervisor, the Finance & Benefits Manager, and within the policies set by the Associate Director, Operations, the Co-Executive Directors, and the Board of Directors. The person in this position must be able do their work independently, on time and with precision, while maintaining proper documentation for all financial activity and procedures; creating and updating procedure lists and finance materials for staff; and insuring consistency, clarity, and effectiveness of systems. The Bookkeeper works closely with other finance staff and the Associate Director, Operations; coordinates finance filings from staff; produces 1099 forms and audit papers annually; and communicates with the outside bookkeeping consultant, as well as other outside vendors regarding accounting matters when needed.