Careers at CIR

Regional Director - Northern California

You will drive and implement CIR’s national agenda at the regional level, developing a regional political/policy program, values-based programming, and assistance with the union’s organizing program. You will be responsible for overseeing membership engagement in the region’s hospital worksites, development of member leaders, negotiation and enforcement of the collective bargaining agreement and development of strategic relationships within the hospital and the community. You will supervise worksite organizers and other staff.

Political Coordinator - Long Island City

The Committee of Interns and Residents is looking to fill a Political Coordinator position. CIR is committed to fully engaging our physician-members on hospital worksite and CIR issues. To accomplish this, we need a highly driven and committed individual who has strong interpersonal communication skills and can effectively solve problems. This role will implement the Political Education (COPE) program. You will work closely with the Public Affairs Director to ensure an understanding and active participation in the political process. You will engage with field staff and members to plan campaigns, lobbying, and attend events for our public endorsements at a city, state and federal level. The Political Coordinator reports to the Public Affairs Director.

New Organizer - Boston, MA

CIR is committed to the growth of the organization through strategic organizing campaigns. To accomplish this, we need highly driven and committed individuals who have strong interpersonal and communication skills and can effectively solve problems.

Worksite Organizer - Southern California

CIR is committed to fully engaging our physician-members on hospital worksite and CIR issues. To accomplish this, we need a highly driven and committed individual who has strong interpersonal communication skills and can effectively solve problems. Organizers are responsible for building a strong CIR presence in the hospital worksite, developing member leaders, negotiating and enforcing the collective bargaining agreement and developing strategic relationships within the hospital and the community.

Communications Coordinator - Long Island City

The Communications Coordinator will be responsible for building our online presence and communicating directly with our members, and the public using multiple online platforms. This position will create and design social media and communications campaigns addressing resident physician issues.

The Committee of Interns and Residents (CIR) is the largest housestaff union in the United States. We are a local of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU). CIR is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified candidates, regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, marital status, religion or disability.