Job Opening – NWTRCC Coordinator

NWTRCC Coordinator

The National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Committee (NWTRCC) is looking for applicants for its Coordinator position, to start May 2018.

NWTRCC, founded in 1982, is a national coalition of organizations and individuals who work together to support, coordinate, and publicize war tax resistance efforts.

The Coordinator is the primary administrator for NWTRCC (responsible for office management, financial management, coordination with volunteers and other consultants, preparation for meetings, and fundraising). Other responsibilities are field organizing, counseling, and public relations.

A successful applicant has strong administrative and managerial talents, is skilled at working independently, enjoys working with a wide variety of personalities, has demonstrated fundraising skills, and has experience in and commitment to war tax resistance.

The position is 25 hours per week, scheduled flexibly, and includes paid vacation, holidays, and sick time. All administrative expenses are covered except for office space. The Coordinator is responsible for providing office space. Compensation is about $20 per hour (a package with health care reimbursement of about $27,000 per year).

NWTRCC expects a minimum commitment of three years.

For detailed information,
request an applicant’s packet by email or write:

NWTRCC, PO Box 150553
Brooklyn, New York 11215

Application February 15, 2018

NWTRCC is actively committed to affirmative action/equal opportunity criteria in hiring.


The National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Committee (NWTRCC) is a coalition of groups and individuals from across the U.S. founded to facilitate networking among organizations involved in war tax resistance and to provide information and support to individuals who refuse to pay for war. NWTRCC sees racism, sexism, homophobia, poverty, economic exploitation, environmental destruction, and militarization of law enforcement as integrally linked with the militarism which we abhor. NWTRCC promotes war tax resistance within the context of a broad range of nonviolent strategies for social change, and is firmly embedded in the peace movement.