Overview

Campus Organizing Manager

 

Status: Full-time, exempt. This position is guaranteed until December 31, 2024.

There may be a possibility for extension based on availability of funding and success of this program.

 

Salary:  $71,000-$76,000 with benefits

 

Benefits: All full-time employees are offered health, dental, and vision insurance benefits, paid time off for vacations and sick leave, and the option to join our 401k plan to assist in saving for retirement. In addition, employees are able to work from home two days a week and are offered flex time for weeks that they may work in the evening or weekend. To support the professional development goals of our employees we offer a yearly $500 professional development stipend; $450 stipend towards an Asian language course; and ongoing training opportunities.

 

Location: Main office in Raleigh, NC; position is hybrid (3 days in office and 2 WFH), must be local or intend on moving to the area to be considered; requires frequent travel across the Triangle and other parts of the state

 

About the organizations:

North Carolina Asian Americans Together (NCAAT) is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization committed to supporting equity and justice for all by fostering community among Asian Americans and allies in North Carolina through civic engagement, leadership development, grassroots mobilization, and political participation.

 

NCAAT in Action (NCAATIA) is committed to supporting equity and justice for all by building political power among Asian Americans and allies in North Carolina through voter education, progressive advocacy, and leadership development.

 

About the position:  NCAAT is seeking a full-time Youth Campus Organizing Manager to broaden our work by planning and implementing our voter engagement and education efforts on college and high school campuses with a focus on BIPOC youth throughout North Carolina. The ideal candidate has experience working in an election cycle, making connections with youth, and a deep passion for voter engagement and education. The Campus Organizing Manager will report to the Head of Voter Engagement.

Role Responsibilities:

Build connections and mobilize college and high school students with an emphasis on BIPOC youth outreach and voter engagement
Manage and track the voting engagement work and progress of our core campuses throughout 2024
Frequently travel to sites such as campuses or the state board of elections to collect and drop off voter registration forms
Own and manage our high school class raps with a focus on our 10 key counties and ensuring our goals of having a presence at  35 Schools and collecting 30 voter registration cards at each is met
Assist heavily in our National Voter Registration Day (NVRD) Week by supporting all staff efforts to collect voter registration cards and meet our goals on college and high school campuses
Connect with students and teachers in classrooms and provide education on the importance of voting while collecting voter registration cards
Create content for and host panel discussions with BIPOC youth on relevant and important voter issue areas
Manage our College Ambassadors program
Work collaboratively with our Youth Engagement Coordinator to outreach to student groups and build relationships with youth
Collect pledge cards and voter registration forms through clipboarding at events and college campuses in North Carolina
Execute data-driven college campus campaigns to meet or exceed our voter registration and engagement goals through various direct contact tactics, including door-to-door field canvassing, phone banking, text banking, and online actions
Hold volunteer events for youth voter engagement and GOTV efforts
Engage with other GOTV organizations and work on cross collaborations on voting efforts

 

Core competencies:

Must have experience working in an election cycle
Experience using VoteBuilder and Minivan to cut turf and track canvassing efforts
Experience managing, organizing, and working with canvassers
Experience with Google Suite, especially Google Sheets
Willingness to work non-traditional hours including weekends and evenings during election season
Technical fluency and comfort in learning digital tools to collaborate remotely with a team
Interest in keeping a pulse on local, state, and federal policies that impact Asian American communities
Demonstrated commitment to social justice and equity
Demonstrated interest in political and civic engagement
Driver’s license and reliable access to a car

 

 

NCAAT is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, gender, gender identity, age, or disability. Women, people of color, LGBTQ+ individuals, and others from historically marginalized groups are encouraged to apply.