We’re hiring!

We’re hiring!

New Jersey Citizen Action has several immediate job openings! Get paid to fight for progressive policies!

We’re a great place to work with competitive salaries commensurate with experience and attractive benefits packages.

Please click on the links below to view job descriptions.

Small Business Organizer (Highland Park)
Organizer (Cherry Hill)
Field Coordinator/Director
Bilingual Intake Coordinator (Highland Park)

 

Email cover letter and resume to:

Ann Vardeman – ann@njcitizenaction.org

Amanda Smith (for Intake Coordinator position) – amanda@njcitizenaction.org

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Could confusion over ACA lead to lower enrollment?

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Could confusion over ACA lead to lower enrollment?

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NJCA’s A Home of Her Own: Free First-time Homebuyer Seminar

Healthcare Vigil video

Healthcare Vigil video

Below is a video of Resisters at one of Healthcare Vigils earlier this year. This video was narrated, filmed, and produced by Paul D’Amico.

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Obamacare is still the law of the land, despite repeal efforts

Rep Lance’s chief of staff defends town hall ticketing distribution

MacArthur to hold in-person town hall in Ocean County

Obamacare supporters urge Christie: ‘Be brave – stand up to Trump’

Obamacare supporters urge Christie: ‘Be brave – stand up to Trump’

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Gov. Chris Christie must speak out against the proposed repeal of the Affordable Care Act, which would jeopardize the health coverage of 566,000 New Jerseyans on Medicaid, protesters at a Statehouse rally said Monday.

While the Republican governor and confidante of President Trump sat inside his office, nearly 200 protesters — many from public and private labor unions — appealed to Christie’s desire to leave a legacy of helping to dramatically reduce the number of uninsured people.

“To our governor — be brave. …

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Protests to Continue in Front of Lance’s Office

Protests to Continue in Front of Lance’s Office

Op Ed by Phyllis Salowe-Kaye: Don’t let consumer watchdog be defanged

Op Ed by Phyllis Salowe-Kaye: Don’t let consumer watchdog be defanged