Warren for President is hiring top-quality Deputy Organizing Directors to help Elizabeth Warren work to secure the Democratic Party’s nomination for President in 2020. Deputy Organizing Directors will report to State Organizing Directors and assist them in the planning and implementation of programs to build the grassroots organization necessary to persuade and mobilize voters for 2020 presidential nominating contests.
These positions will be filled on a rolling basis throughout the fall and will be based in states across the country.
- Work with the Organizing Director to develop and implement a statewide Organizing plan
- Manage a team of Regional Organizing Directors to meet regional voter contact and capacity-building goals
- Conduct extensive coaching and development with staff on best practices for managing a team of organizers and interns
- Work with Organizing Director to conceive and execute regular trainings for organizing staff
- Other responsibilities as assigned
- Three cycles of organizing experience and at least two cycles of staff management experience is preferred, with a further preference for experience managing managers.
- Strong commitment to Democratic politics and ideals and enthusiasm for electing Elizabeth Warren.
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written.
- Willingness to manage a diverse team with different experiences and perspectives, and a commitment to helping them grow and succeed.
- Good sense of humor and ability to adapt to a fast paced, changing work environment.
- Ability to work long and irregular hours, including nights and weekends.
- A valid driver’s license and reliable motor vehicle.
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