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Field Organizer

Position Summary

The No on 2117 campaign is seeking experienced and motivated organizers to manage community-based campaign activities to defend Washington state’s leading-edge climate policy. The campaign is supported by environmental and business leaders, labor unions and environmental justice advocates, Tribal Nations, and many others.

The Field Organizer will be responsible for executing a robust organizing plan in their assigned communities in the state. They will work closely with an extensive and diverse coalition to achieve the voter outreach goals of the campaign. The position will report to the Field Director. The position will require campaign hours, including evenings and weekends, and is based in Washington state. Ideally, the organizer will live in the assigned community.

What You Will Do
  • Drawing from the statewide field plan, localize and implement a localized field plan that includes both relation and traditional organizing tactics
  • Work closely with the outreach team, local leaders and coalition partners to recruit, train, and manage volunteers
  • Meet the voter contact metrics laid out in the field plan
  • Collaborate with organizing teams from partner campaigns and coordinated campaign offices
  • Build and maintain relationships with community leaders
  • Analyze data to track progress in voter contact universes and make voter outreach data-informed decisions
  • Utilize innovative voter contact tools
  • Plan and execute campaign events, rallies, and other grassroots activities to build momentum and visibility for the campaign
  • Additional duties as assigned
What You Bring

Qualified candidates must be highly organized, able to multitask and manage multiple deadlines, and able to work in a fast-paced, dynamic environment. An ideal organizing director candidate will have:

  • At least 1 cycle of campaign organizing experience or equivalent volunteer experience
  • Both traditional and relational organizing experience
  • Familiarity with other campaign software (Google Suite, Mobilize, texting platforms, Every Action, Action Network, relational organizing apps, etc.)
  • Quick problem-solving skills and a solution-oriented mindset
  • A growth mindset and ability to take and implement feedback
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines at once and keep calm in stressful situations
  • Willingness/eagerness to get creative and try new approaches and tactics to reach and connect with voters
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Reliable transportation for travel around the state
Compensation and Benefits

Salary: $4,500 to $5,500 per month
Benefits: Health care and paid sick leave. Additional incentives and benefits may be available.

How to Apply

Please email (1) a resume and (2) a list of three references to the No on 2117 campaign at using the subject line “Field Organizer: 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:

The No on I-2117 campaign 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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