Ohio Deputy Field Director – Top Targeted Statewide Campaign

For Our Future Action Fund and For Our Future, is seeking a full-time Deputy Field Director for an aggressive organizing, communications, and paid canvassing program. They will be responsible for executing the statewide field plan, political organizing, regional communications, and supervision of paid canvasser operation(s) within their assigned region. They will report directly to the Field Director.

For Ohio's Future is a project of For Our Future Action Fund (“FOFAF”), a non-profit social welfare organization, & For Our Future (“FOF”), a federally registered independent expenditure political action committee that incorporates both issue advocacy and electoral programming, respectively.

We do things differently! We are a people-driven organization committed to serving progressive values and causes. We are committed to investing and growing the progressive infrastructure. We do this by providing support to our local community partners to build lasting progressive political power in their communities. Some of that support included providing them with the training, tools, and resources necessary to empower their community and cultivate leaders. We are also strongly committed to standing in solidarity with our union brothers and sisters by mobilizing working families on creating shared economic prosperity, building strong public schools, addressing climate change and supporting racial justice.


  • Managing and training statewide staff to execute a comprehensive field program.
  • Monitoring metrics at regularly assigned intervals. These metrics include but are not limited to knocks per shifts, flake rate, completion rate, confirmation rate, hiring metrics, etc.  
  • Creating and sending out detailed priority lists as directed by the senior staff to ensure that our regional staff is meeting goals, metrics, and assignments each day.
  • Developing and coaching field staff on operating a paid canvass including recruitment and training.
  • Developing and coaching field staff on working with regional and local partners on a coordinated field campaign.  
  • Implementing systems to ensure regionally assigned metrics are met or exceeded.
  • Responsible for timely and accurate reporting utilizing VAN & Google Suite.
  • Working with state leadership to implement the state plan in the region and giving feedback to improve the quality of our operations in the region.
  • Assisting statewide, regional, and local partners to build strong long-term progressive strength.
  • Positively representing our organization at community events and meetings.


  • Access to reliable transportation with a valid driver's license required.
  • Availability to work long and irregular hours in a fast-paced, metrics-driven environment
  • Adaptable to changing conditions requiring critical thinking skills.
  • Good judgment and sound decision-making skills
  • Commitment to For Our Future’s mission to build long-term progressive infrastructure.
  • Possess a passion for community organizing and movement building.
  • Proven experience managing and coaching a team with hitting electoral goals.
  • Two cycles of electoral or issue-based field management experience required.  
  • Communications experience preferred, but not required.
  • Proven experience building community relationships through individual and group-based meetings.
  • Advanced knowledge of Votebuilder/VAN.
  • Basic knowledge of Google Suite and Microsoft Office Suite
  • Record of organizational skills that demonstrate the ability to meet deadlines while working on multiple projects.
  • Possess a winning mentality.


  • Health Insurance Coverage - 95% Employer Paid and 5% Employee
  • Retirement Savings Plan with matching contributions up to the first 5%
  • $100 Monthly Cellphone Bill Reimbursement
  • 10 Days Paid Time Off granted at the start of every new calendar year, as well as all paid federal

For Our Future is an equal opportunity employer and it is our policy to recruit qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital or parental status, creed, national origin, citizenship status, disability, ancestry, military service,  veteran status or any other protected category under local, state, or federal law.

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