Senior Campaign Organizer
Compassion & Choices is seeking a Senior Campaign Organizer to help advance our medical outreach and education efforts across the country.
This position is primarily responsible for working closely with the Regional Campaign Manager to provide key support for outreach activities and events, particularly around volunteer activities and issue-based campaigns. The Campaign Manager will also formalize and streamline grassroots activities while building capacity and infrastructure. In addition, the NW/SW Organizer will staff the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Paciifc Islander Leadership Council.
This is a full-time, remotely-located, paid position reporting to the Regional Campaign Manager. Compensation offered will be commensurate with experience.
This position will primarily be responsible for:
- Provides oversight to C&C volunteers including managing volunteers to implement C&C’s grassroots organizing activities within the region.
- Provides technical assistance and support to Action Teams throughout the region (such as: trainings on and sharing of C&C toolkits).
- Drafts effective advocacy alerts for activist activities and events.
- Coordinates C&C involvement in public/healthcare outreach events (such as: putting together volunteers for booths and presentations).
- Recruits volunteers and leads volunteer trainings and educational talks to build broader support for the aid in dying movement. Cultivate relationships with local community groups.
- Mobilizes individuals throughout the region to voice support for our legislative goals and full access to end-of-life choice for the following actions: letter writing campaigns, phone banking, canvassing, days of action, visibility events, legislative lobbying, public health committee hearing, etc.
- Staffs the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Leadership Council. Serves as liaison to the Council. Organizes meetings and assists with needs of the Council.
Preferred Qualifications (You will be a good fit):
Education and Experience:
- Bachelor degree highly desired in political science/public health/management or other related field – or equivalent education and/or experience in a similar position
- A minimum of 3 years of work experience or strong internships and political campaign experience
- Experience doing outreach to the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Leadership communities.
- Experience with forms of social media, such as Facebook.
- Exceptional interpersonal, organizational and communication skills, including writing skills.
- Ability to earn the confidence of a wide range of internal and external constituents.
- Ability to demonstrate public speaking and training skills preferred.
- Ability to gracefully manage multiple projects and to meet multiple deadlines.
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team.