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Human Rights Campaign : Temporary Digital Organizers (AZ, MI, PA, WI): 4 Positions

Job Post

Job Post

United States · Remote
Posted on Friday, April 5, 2024

Human Rights Campaign : Temporary Digital Organizers (AZ, MI, PA, WI): 4 Positions

Location

Remote

Salary

5384.62 / Monthly

Company

Human Rights Campaign

Department

Digital

Employer Type

Non-Profit

Application Link

Application Instructions

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Application Link

https://secure6.saashr.com/ta/6170001.careers?CareersSearch

Job Description

**Position Summary:**
The Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest LGBTQ civil rights organization, is hiring multiple Campaign Digital Organizers for the 2024 election cycle. While this position reports to the State Director and is an integral part of the organizing work in-state, they will also have the support and collaboration with HRC’s Digital Communications and Strategy team. This is the ideal role for a high-caliber campaign organizer who has served on multiple campaigns, is proficient with all forms of social media and understands the symbiosis between digital and field organizing. The right candidate will bring a creative lens to the in-state organizing work and be responsible for managing the creation and successful implementation of campaign activities across a wide range of platforms, including Facebook, X, Instagram, TikTok, LinkedIN and other social properties. The position is based in-state, requires attendance at in-person events and works arm-in-arm with HRC’s on-the-ground campaign organizing team. The Campaign Digital Organizer is a temporary, full-time position, **eligible for employer-paid medical insurance**, ending November 8, 2024, with possible election related extensions. **These positions are located in Detroit, Philadelphia, Phoenix or Milwaukee. **

**Position Responsibilities:**

- Work towards state-specific digital organizing metrics in support of state electoral campaign plans and track, report on progress to goals, and recommend future strategy
- Use digital tools to recruit new supporters, move them up a ladder of volunteer engagement, and deepen their relationship with HRC
- Develop and implement targeted digital outreach strategies to engage diverse communities and marginalized groups within the state
- Seek out and create new spaces for HRC to engage in and build community online in each state, from subreddits to Facebook Groups to online forums
- Help HRC’s audience of supporters in your assigned state share their stories through videos, images, blogs, and more.
- Draft and execute state-based and electorally focused social media content, such as blogs, emails, social media tool kits and posts for Facebook, X, Instagram, TikTok and LinkedIn
- Train and support highly engaged volunteers and partners in state on digital organizing and digital advocacy
- Coordinate virtual events and online actions to mobilize supporters and drive participation in campaign activities
- Cultivate relationships with key influencers and organizations within the state to amplify campaign messaging and expand reach
- Monitor online conversations and trends related to relevant political issues and adjust digital outreach tactics accordingly
- Other duties as assigned

**Position Qualifications:**
- Commitment to LGBTQ+ equality, and to racial justice and equity, with an understanding of how intersecting identities impact LGBTQ+ individuals and communities.
- Knowledge of current LGBTQ+ issues and challenges at the local, state, and national levels.
- Strong organizing skills, **demonstrated by at least three cycles of volunteer or paid organizing experience in an issue campaign or candidate campaign.**
- **Experience as a digital organizer in at least one campaign cycle preferred.**
- Experience working with or supporting grassroots organizations, advocacy groups, or community-based initiatives focused on LGBTQ+ rights and social justice.
- Experience with event planning and coordination, including virtual events, webinars, and online training.
- Experience making live calls to voters, hosting phone/text banks, or call-center experience is a strong plus.
- A skilled writer and creative, empathetic thinker who can take complicated issues and translate them into plain language suited for communicating online.
- Ability to adapt quickly to changing circumstances and priorities, and to thrive in a dynamic and fast-paced campaign environment
- Ability to identify strategic opportunities for HRC and partner organizations to engage online to advance LGBTQ+ equality, and have a sense for when those opportunities could be enhanced with offline and direct action.
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills, especially in seeking collaboration and finding consensus among diverse stakeholders.
- Familiarity with online relational organizing efforts.
- Interest and experience using organizing and digital tools or engaging with digital campaigns. We don’t expect an expert on all of these. Specific tools you will engage with at HRC include, but are not limited to:
- VAN
- Hustle
- Mobilize
- State-specific social media accounts
- Comfort with managing by metrics and a familiarity with organizing important data. Experience with VAN is a strong plus.
- Must be highly organized, detail-oriented, and able to handle multiple projects simultaneously in a fast-paced environment.
- Must be willing to work campaign hours, including most evenings and weekends.
- Access to reliable transportation to events across the state.
- Must have a valid driver's license and full time access to a car.