California Domestic Workers Coalition

Job Title:       Household Workers’ Program Coordinator

Status:            Full time: exempt

Reports To:   Executive Director/ Associate Director

Who We Are:

The mission of the Pomona Economic Opportunity Center (PEOC) is to strengthen and empower the low-wage, immigrant community in Pomona, CA and the Inland Empire. Our core work is to provide tools and resources for all immigrant workers and immigrant residents to improve their quality of life. We provide an opportunity for day laborers, household workers, street vendors, warehouse workers and other low-wage immigrant workers in the community to find safe work at a fair wage, to organize and advocate for themselves in relation to policies that impact their lives, to obtain new trades and skills that improve their quality of life, and to improve the overall conditions for all immigrant workers and immigrant residents in the IE.

To achieve these goals the PEOC engages in a variety of activities including job development, providing educational opportunities on workers’ rights and immigrant rights, leadership development, immigration document preparation and grassroots advocacy to promote or change policies that impact low-wage immigrant workers. In addition to its main site in Pomona, the PEOC organizes day laborer corners in the Inland Empire in the cities of Rancho Cucamonga, San Bernardino, Corona and Riverside. Since 2015, the PEOC has connected with household workers to develop the CLEAR program. CLEAR (Compañeras, Lideres, Emprendedoras, Aliadas, y Revolucionarias) are a group of women workers who are partners, leaders, entrepreneurs, allies, and revolutionaries in our communities and skilled in various jobs. The CLEAR program provides women from the city of Pomona and the surrounding regions access to greater job options and economic self-reliance while also providing opportunities for their growth in professional and leadership development.

Job Description

We are seeking a full-time Coordinator for our CLEAR Household Workers’ program to grow and support our household workers membership base. The program manager will take the lead in working with CLEAR to meet the goals, plans, activities, evaluations and performance of CLEAR projects and grants. Areas of focus include maintaining and strengthening partnerships with coalition partners such as CDWC (California Domestic Workers Coalition), IC4IJ (Inland Coalition for Immigrant Justice), NDLON (National Day Laborer Organizing Network), and NDWA (National Domestic Workers Alliance).  Areas of focus include in-house services, educational outreach, community organizing,and  grassroots advocacy to advance household worker campaigns.


Desired Qualifications

Salary and Benefits: 

Work Environment

The CLEAR Coordinator will work primarily at the PEOC offices and/or remotely (due to COVID) with workers and community members. The CLEAR Coordinator will also be in the field (various Zoom calls) in connection with community organizations, participating in coalition-building opportunities and coordinating outreach with household workers. This outreach will be across the Inland Empire which will include driving throughout the region, so it is preferred that a suitable candidate be in possession of a vehicle and a valid driver’s license. (Applicants without a car or valid drivers’ license will not be turned down).

To Apply

Please send a cover letter summarizing your qualifications and interest along with a résumé that includes education, work history, two employment and one personal reference to:

Please, no phone inquiries.

Submission Deadline:  Monday, November 16, 2020

The PEOC is an equal opportunity employer. We strongly encourage immigrant women of color, ethnic and religious minorities, and members of the LGBTQI community to apply to reflect the growing and thriving diversity of our community.