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Digital Director

Position Summary

As a key member of the senior staff, the Digital Director will work collaboratively across departments to design, implement, and maintain a digital program that takes advantage of the online ecosystem to boost the campaign’s fundraising, communications, and organizing programs and advance the campaign’s strategic goals. The ideal candidate is a creative self-starter with demonstrated digital communications and organizing experience. The Digital Director will report to the Campaign Manager.

What You Will Do

Primary responsibilities:

      • Design, implement, and manage a digital program to expand reach, engagement, and influence among key audiences on digital channels.
      • Manage the campaign’s digital ecosystem, working collaboratively with the rest of the senior staff to bolster the campaign’s fundraising, communications, and organizing programs using digital tools and strategies.

• Digital fundraising:

      • Work with the finance director and digital firm to manage and grow our digital fundraising program, via email, text, and social media.

• Digital communications:

      • Produce graphics and copy for social media channels, post content to those channels, and monitor performance.
      • Work with the communications team, policy team, and allied organizations to coordinate rapid response, and create and help disseminate content online.
      • Work with our web designer to manage our campaign website, updating content regularly and developing and implementing a SEO-optimized content strategy.
      • Work with our digital firm to find creative ways to spread our message online, particularly in the absence of traditional digital advertising opportunities.
            • Recruit and manage influencers and content creators (paid and organic) to help spread our message on TikTok, Instagram, YouTube, and other key platforms.

• Digital organizing:

      • Work with the organizing director to implement and manage our digital organizing program, utilizing tools like Reach, to recruit and support volunteers (online and off).

• Collaborate with allies to leverage reach and coordinate online actions. Provide digital support, content, and training to allies.

• Identify and track key performance indicators.

• Monitor best practices and trends and experiment with creative ways to present content across the digital ecosystem.

• Manage relevant consultants, vendors, related accounts, volunteers/interns, and billing.

• Generate regular reports on KPIs for internal audiences.

What You Bring

Our priority is to find the best candidate for the job, so we encourage you to apply, even if you don’t believe you meet every one of our qualifications as described below:

  • At least two years of related experience in campaigns, issue advocacy, or a related field.
  • Deep understanding of digital organizing strategy, tactics, and tools.
  • Demonstrated ability to create and implement a large-scale digital communications & marketing strategy, including developing content across a digital communications eco-system for issue-based or political advocacy-focused nonprofit organization(s).
  • Understanding of trends and best practices in messaging and digital communications. Ability to collect and analyze data to inform strategy.
  • Experience and interest in social media management.
  • Familiarity with digital advertising tools, including web analytics (e.g. Google Analytics), SEO, and website management and email marketing systems.
  • Intermediate graphics/video editing and production skills; experience in Adobe Creative Cloud and Canva.
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, prioritize tasks, and learn quickly.
  • Willingness to work campaign hours, including evening and weekends.
  • Project management experience and an ability to multitask.
  • A willingness to pick up pieces of projects when needed, as well as take ownership of projects and see them through to completion.
  • Flexibility and access to transportation to travel around the state.
  • Ability to work and communicate well with teammates across multiple teams.
  • A passion for protecting progress in Washington State.
Compensation and Benefits

Salary: $6,000 to $8,000 per month
Benefits: Health care and paid sick leave. Additional incentives and benefits may be available.

How to Apply

Please email (1) a resume (2) at least three relevant samples of professional work and (3) three references to the No on 2117 campaign at wellesley@no2117.com using the subject line “Digital Director: No on 2117.” Cover letter optional.

Consideration of applications will begin immediately and will be ongoing until the position is filled.

About No on 2117

At a time of extreme political division, the No on 2117 campaign is bringing together Washingtonians from across the state to fight pollution and protect our air and water, forests and farmlands, jobs and transportation investments. We’re an unprecedented coalition of over 100 environmental and business leaders, Tribal nations, labor unions, and community organizations coming together to fight I-2117 because so much is at stake. Join us to fight for your community: no2117.com.

No on 2117 is an equal opportunity employer, and employs without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), parental status, family medical status or genetic information, military service, age, national origin, ancestry, marital status, height, weight, creed, economic status or disability.

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