5 years of social justice organizing experience
Experience working with volunteers
Experience in public speaking, training, and facilitating
Knowledge of digital organizing and how to use technology to scale organizing and advocacy initiatives
Knowledge of national and state legislative systems
Knowledge of global and domestic human rights issues
Valid drivers license
You understand the fundamentals of organizing, the difference between organizing and mobilization, and deeply believe your job is to help people step into leadership and drive change in the issues that affect their lives.
You’ve got strong organization and tracking skills. You keep projects moving, pay attention to detail, make sure things don’t slip through the cracks, and meet deadlines.
You get that ultimately, organizing is about building connections and relationships. You believe that technology should be in service of organizing, not the other way round.
Strong written and oral communication skills.
Demonstrate proficiency in organizing offline and online.
Fluent in Microsoft Office, Excel, Google Sheets, and CRMs (customer relationship management), texting (Thrutext, Hustle)
Excellent organizational skills with attention to detail.
Ability to work under pressure and on multiple projects.
Ability to speak a second language is preferred
Must be able to travel up to 25% of the time and work on weekends and evenings as needed.