ABOUT THE POSITION
The Campaigner will:
- Work with coalition partners to develop, maintain, and share campaign strategy and resources
- Implement fast-paced advocacy, grassroots, digital, and communications tactics to save the Post Office
- Help coordinate a large and diverse coalition
- Maintain and build relationships with state and local partners on grassroots and grasstops outreach, mobilization, and advocacy strategies
- Work with TOWS coalition and other stakeholders to reimagine USPS as a hub for community services like postal banking
The ideal candidate will be a highly motivated self-starter with a passion for economic, racial, and gender justice, and have a demonstrated ability to work well with a diverse team of colleagues and allies. Additional strongly preferred experience and qualities include:
- At least 4 years of experience in issue or candidate campaigning, labor or campus organizing, or on the Hill
- Comfortable working in coalition
- The ability to manage multiple projects and navigate complex policies and relationships
- Strong writing and communication skills, including ability to distill complex topics into accessible and compelling formats
- Proficiency with social media
- Strong attention to detail
Salary range: $60,000 - $80,000 commensurate with experience. Generous benefits, including medical, dental, vision, and 401K. This is a one year fixed-term position.
HOW TO APPLY
Click here for more information or to apply. The Take on Wall Street campaign is housed within Americans for Financial Reform. Please submit your application with a letter of interest and resume.
AFREF is committed to a workplace that reflects the diversity of America defined broadly and where the talent, skills and uniqueness of each staff member are respected. We are committed to a policy of equity for all employees and to equal opportunity for all applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, family responsibilities, and disability.
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