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Rally NC : Deputy Director - Rally NC

Job Post

Job Post

North Carolina, USA
Posted on Friday, March 8, 2024

Rally NC : Deputy Director - Rally NC

Location

NC

Salary

7000 / Monthly

Company

Rally NC

Department

Campaign Management

Employer Type

Non-Profit

Application Link

Contact

Application Instructions

To Apply: Please apply using this short application (https://forms.gle/wpVFtN6jbk4qnTjJ7).

Application Link

https://forms.gle/wpVFtN6jbk4qnTjJ7

Job Description

**About the Race** North Carolina is home to over 560,000 college students across over 100 college campuses, including 10 HBCUs. Young voters have the numbers and the power to shape the future of our state through leadership in the electoral process. And in a state like North Carolina, even a small increase in student voter turnout could shape our state for years to come. That’s why we’re building **Rally NC** - an entrepreneurial and innovative operation to protect and expand democracy by elevating youth leadership across the state in order to empower thousands of college students to take control of their futures, get organized, and vote in the 2024 elections. We're done waiting for change. We're ready to make it happen. Rally NC is part of a collection of state-based organizations working to mobilize student voters through creative, student-driven tactics. The North Carolina organization will build on work done by similar teams in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. **What Will You Do?** The Deputy Director will be the State Director’s thought partner on all aspects of Rally NC. In addition to developing internal strategy, campaign guidance, and thought leadership, this senior level position will work closely with the State Director to: - Execute special projects as directed by the State Director. - Cultivate community and political relationships that expand the reach, inclusion, and cultural competency of our work and improve the efficacy of any assigned special projects. - Contribute to statewide planning for constituency and coalition work that is inclusive of BIPOC, queer, & rural youth voters as well as students at tech, trade, community colleges, and HBCUs. - Work collaboratively across departments to ensure our systems, from hiring to campus outreach, are inclusive and accessible. - Manage key partner and political relationships across NC. - Support the State Director in goal setting, goal achievement, and organizational success. - All other duties as assigned. **Who Are You?** A successful candidate for this role will have: - At least three cycles of campaign experience, at least one in a Director role - Strong organizational and communication skills, attention to detail, responsiveness, and a passion for the work - Proficiency with VAN, including experience with VAN as an administrator (e.g., managing user profiles and scripts, creating targets, and utilizing and interpreting scores) - Experience managing budgets and/or vendors - Prior staff management experience is a plus **Job Details: **Compensation for this role is $7,000 per month and includes health benefits, 401K, and a technology stipend. This is a full time, exempt role. **To Apply**: Please apply using [this short application](https://forms.gle/wpVFtN6jbk4qnTjJ7). _We are an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse, inclusive, and equitable workplace. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, veteran status or any other protected category under local, state or federal law._ _We see diversity of all kinds as essential to doing our work well. We strive to build a team that reflects the diverse composition of America itself. We strongly encourage applications from structurally marginalized and under-represented communities and experiences to apply._