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North Shore Strategies: Organizing Director for a Congressional Race in GA14

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Job Post

Cobb County, GA, USA · Gaithersburg, MD, USA
Posted on Saturday, April 20, 2024

North Shore Strategies: Organizing Director for a Congressional Race in GA14


Cobb County / Georgia's 14th Congressional District GA


$4000 - $6000 / Monthly


North Shore Strategies



Employer Type

Consulting Firm



Application Instructions

Please send your resume to eric@shawnforgeorgia.com with the subject line "(YOUR NAME) RESUME FOR ORGANIZING DIRECTOR GA14"

Job Description

A Democratic congressional campaign in Georgia’s 14th Congressional District based in Cobb County is currently hiring an Organizing Director. The Organizing Director is responsible for day-to-day recruitment, instruction, and management of volunteers and interns. Successful applicants will possess at least 1 year of field organizing experience on a candidate or issue advocacy campaign. Canvassing experience is preferred.

Ideal candidates should be highly organized, efficient, and capable of showing leadership in a fast-paced environment.

- The Organizing Director will be operating within the entire GA14 Congressional District, not just Cobb County.
- Implement all aspects of the volunteer and intern voter contact program in assigned areas.
- Train, recruit, and manage volunteers and interns.
- Attend local events to recruit volunteers and interns, build new community relationships, and strengthen existing relationships.
- Submit regular reports of voter contact and volunteer / intern recruitment numbers.
- Meet daily and weekly voter contact and volunteer recruitment goals.
- Attend public events with the candidate.
- Coordinate and perform the delivery of lawn signs.

**Job Qualifications:**
- Organizing or management experience in a campaign environment, or a history of issue advocacy and activism.
- Strong interpersonal skills, especially the ability to build relationships, listen, collaborate, and lead with respect and professionalism.
- A strong ability to demonstrate cultural competence and the skills needed to work meaningfully with those who are culturally different from oneself; a commitment to fostering a positive working environment grounded in the ideals of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
- Highly organized and independent work style; a strong ability to multitask and communicate.
- Willingness to work nontraditional hours
- Must have a car.