Organize NH, the 2022 New Hampshire Democratic Party Coordinated Campaign, is hiring a Deputy Operations Director. This is a crucial role and will focus on supporting the day to day HR and operational needs of the coordinated team.  New Hampshire is a critical state in 2022 at all levels of the ballot - join us to reelect the U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan, Reps. Annie Kuster and Chris Pappas, and regain the governorship and state legislative majorities in next year’s elections.

This position will report to the Operations Director and is based in New Hampshire.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Work closely with the Operations Director to manage day to day HR needs for the coordinated team, including recruitment, onboarding and other personnel needs
  • Identify, evaluate and provide support for hiring challenges.
  • Maintains personnel records and ensures accuracy and completeness in Zenefits.
  • Ensure compliance with federal, state and local employment laws and regulations, and recommends improvements to personnel policies and procedures
  • Other responsibilities as assigned. 

Required Knowledge, Skills and Attributes

  • Prior experience in operations and/or HR
  • Strong organizational skills, communication skills, attention to detail, responsiveness, and passion for the work.
  • Dedicated team player and comfortable working in fast paced environment
  • Self starter and comfortable owning projects.
  • Ability to to collaborate with a diverse group of stakeholders.
  • Strong commitment to Democratic principles and Party.

Preferred, but not required

  • New Hampshire experience or ties to the state
  • Prior political organizing or campaign experience, particularly experience in operations and/or HR.
  • Prior experience using ADP, Zenefits and Greenhouse recruiting systems.

How to Apply:

To apply, please complete an application. We will ask you to provide a resume, two references, and a short paragraph explaining why you are applying for this position and how your skills meet the description above. No calls, please.

Applications improperly submitted will not be accepted. Positions will be open until filled. The salary for this role is $6,000 per month, commensurate with experience, and includes a full benefits package, including health, vision and dental insurance coverage at no cost to the employee. 

Background - Our Party

New Hampshire Democrats stand for policies that support strong, healthy communities and families, a strong economy with opportunities for growth and a fundamental system of fairness and justice. Democrats are committed to spurring job creation, building our infrastructure, and bringing fairness and opportunity to our economy and our civic life.  We believe that healthy communities and strong families are essential to the well- being of our citizens and to our ability to foster business development and a vibrant economy.  We are committed to upholding the right of every eligible voter to cast their ballot free from unnecessary restrictions. We pledge a government that works collaboratively across the aisle to address the issues that matter to the people of New Hampshire.

 

The New Hampshire Democratic Party is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating an inclusive workplace. Women and Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) are strongly encouraged to apply.

 

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