Canvass Coordinator with  For Nevada’s Future

For Nevada’s Future is seeking a full-time Canvass Coordinators in the Las Vegas and Reno area for an aggressive organizing and paid canvassing program. The Canvass Coordinator will be responsible for executing the statewide field plan and supervising paid canvass operations across the state. As a Canvass Coordinator you will report directly to the Field Director.

About For Our Future

For Our Future is a 501(c)(4)/ Super PAC that incorporates issue advocacy and a robust electoral program in key battleground states to mobilize working families on creating shared economic prosperity, building strong public schools, addressing climate change, and supporting racial justice.

Our model is to respect, empower and include communities of color and organizations across the country who want to work with us on a shared agenda and shared electoral goals.

Job type: Full time, limited term

Salary Range: Starting at $36,000/year


Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Ensuring that all staff is properly trained and consistently productive throughout the day
  • Ensuring that daily, weekly, and monthly goals are met and exceeded.
  • Conducting extensive coaching and development with staff on best practices fororganizing, paid canvassing recruitment, and retention.
  • Ensuring that all required reporting is accurate and timely and that all regional data is entered on time.
  • Ensuring data quality
  • Monitoring metrics within each assigned region including knocks per shift, flake rate, completion rate, confirmation rate.
  • Implementing rigorous systems to meet assigned goals. 


  • At least 1-3 cycles of competitive field experience
  • Strong knowledge of Votebuilder/MiniVAN Manager/VAN, preferred, but not required
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Excel, basic computer literacy,and database skills
  • Access to a reliable portable computer.
  • Ability to work long and irregular hours in a fast paced, metrics driven work environment
  • Reliable access to a vehicle and a valid driver’s license
  • Ability to meet deadlines under pressure while handling multiple projects
  • Ability to work independently and in team settings
  • Strong coaching skills and abilities
  • Winning mentality 
  • Familiarity with Nevada politics and experience in the Battle Born state is a plus, but not required. 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran

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