Fellowship of Reconciliation-USA is looking for a researcher and content writer to help build the resources section of a campaign to challenge Christian nationalism – what it is, who it applies to, who is working on countering, and how people of faith can Reclaim the Name of God.
The Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR-USA) is part of a global network of 50 branches, groups, and affiliates, with a national base of more than 80 chapters, faith allies, and grassroots affiliates. As an interfaith organization, FOR-USA’s mission is to organize, train, and grow a diverse movement of people of conscience committed to using the transformative power of nonviolence to create peace, end structures of violence and war, and build the beloved community.
For more than 100 years, FOR-USA members have courageously and relentlessly addressed the most pressing social issues of our times. Originally founded as a pacifist movement to support the rights of conscience in resistance to war and military conscription, through the decades we have tackled such diverse and intersectional issues as labor rights, environmental degradation, mass incarceration, extending the voting franchise to all, ending the death penalty, combatting religious hatred, gun violence, nuclear abolition, and much more. Our work, which currently involves the building of a flagship campaign to overcome Christian nationalism, is typically done in coalition with trusted partners.
This is a short-term contract position to be supervised by FOR-USA Executive Director Ariel Gold and FOR-USA Director of Communications, Bill McGarvey.
Writer/researcher responsibilities will include conducting thorough research on Christian nationalism and initiatives to counter it and designing digestible online resource pages to be created.
The ideal candidate will be a self-starter who needs only minimal supervision and works well in small teams. Candidates should be familiar with and interested in faith-based social justice work, interfaith work, anti-racist work, and/or the building of grassroots movements.
- Research Christian nationalism – what it is, who is working on the issue, where in the U.S. it is most prevalent, etc.
- Write clear, easily digestible copy to create resource pages online.
- Work with the Executive Director and other members of the team on content development
- Generate ideas, working in a team, for the resource web pages
- Proofreading and editing
- Create and update website content
Requirements and skills
- Proven work experience as a researcher and content Writer
- Experience doing research using multiple sources
- Familiarity managing web pages
- Excellent copywriting skills
- Excellent communication skills
- Ability to meet deadlines
- Knowledge of and interest in faith-based work, interfaith work, and anti-racist social justice work
Pay will begin at $20/hour with higher pay being commensurate with skills and experience.
To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to email@example.com. Feel free to share samples of your work or portfolio of your published articles, along with your application.
Fellowship of Reconciliation-USA is a safe, inclusive workplace. We strongly encourage you to apply if you are from a marginalized or underrepresented group. We welcome applications from people of all races, religions, national origins, genders, sexual orientations, gender identities, gender expressions, ages, and various abilities, or challenges. FOR-USA takes affirmative action to give priority to the recruitment and placement of qualified persons from underrepresented groups. FOR-USA also embraces the New York Fair Chance Act, which supports the reentry of formerly incarcerated people by ensuring a fair chance at employment. Pursuant to the Act, we do not discourage and will consider, qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records from applying.