Overview

Build and execute campaigns (60% of time):

Work closely with external partners and internal departments to develop campaigns to pass and implement state-level health care policy, hold politicians accountable for their health care stances, and elect health care champions into public office
Liaise with internal CTP departments to seamlessly and speedily execute campaign programming; examples include: interviews with state and national reporters, organized press events, grassroots lobbying and testimony, and ad campaigns
Help CTP’s communications team generate media coverage within the region
Keep multiple databases up-to-date; provide regular written and verbal updates on regional progress

 

 

Organize, grow, and maintain membership (25% of time):

Identify and recruit medical professional volunteer prospects for various campaigns; prioritizing women, people of color, members of the LGBTQIA+ community, members of other underrepresented communities, as well as diversity of specialty and geographic locations
Build and execute virtual events to organize and retain large volumes of medical professionals
Develop and execute plans to increase the number of medical professional members within assigned region
Serve as CTP’s primary point of contact for members within assigned region; ensure members are updated regularly on action items and reports of campaigns in their state

Reporting, internal projects, and events (15% of time):

Submit reports on the progress of regional campaigns and partner support weekly
Identify surfacing political trends, good stories, and other anecdotes that would benefit the broader organizational interests
Represent CTP at public events like trainings, conferences, and relevant state table meetings
Ad hoc reports as needed

About Committee to Protect Health Care

The Committee to Protect Health Care (CTP) is a 501(c)4 advocacy organization that seeks universal, quality health care for all Americans. Led by frontline physicians and medical workers, and supported by a full staff of campaign professionals, the Committee effects change in health care public policy through medical professional organizing, paid media, lobbying, and earned media strategies.

CTP Campaign Managers develop and execute campaigns and programs in a portfolio of states. Campaign Managers design and implement education campaigns, advocate for and pass state and federal level health policy, hold politicians accountable for their health care failures, and elect a pro-patient health care majority in Congress and in states.

Some of the key responsibilities for this role include: creating plans to support the passage of legislation, identifying, preparing and retaining, medical professionals for participation in CTP’s campaigns, and the cultivation of state and local level partnerships across the assigned region.

Campaign Managers are expected to have organizing and campaign management expertise and experience. Qualified candidates often have experience in ballot initiatives, labor unions, candidate campaigns, or legislative caucus experience. Ideal candidates for this position will also have a passion for health care politics, strong communication skills, and demonstrated commitment to CTP’s core mission.

The Campaign Manager will join a talented team of professionals committed to a high degree of achievement and a positive, no-drama, fast-paced work environment.